Becoming Friends With Your Favorite Characters
Sometimes it's the unlikeliest pair who form a bond, as in my new paranormal cozy series, Enchanted Inquiries. In Book[...]
Spunky Bumpkin – Releasing 7/23/19 as part of Summer Snoops Unleashed
Book 3 of my fun Country Cousin Mysteries is part of a 14 Author collection of brand new mysteries entitled,[...]
The Frog! A short excerpt from Tea & Croakies!
Something emerged from the shadows. The shape didn’t move like a cat. It wasn’t graceful. In fact, it sort of[...]
Risky Venue Chapter One
She’s got a lot more to lose now…and somebody’s determined to make sure she loses it all. Blaise is at[...]
A Chat with Flo from Silver Hills
Hi! I'm Flo from Silver Hills. I'm so glad to meet you, hun. I don't have a lot of time[...]
The More Things Change…
Come to Silver Hills. Where fowl plans can either mean dinner out, or the deadly designs of a chicken-livered killer.[...]
When Nothing’s Familiar – Everything can be Lost
When the boundary between worlds is breached, lives are at risk, balance is disrupted and nothing is the same. I[...]
So MUCK Fun!
Mucky Bumpkin is Full Throttle Country Fun! A dead Realtor, a cranky cat, an adorable, depressed pibl, and a boyfriend[...]
Help! I’m being Uslurped!
Hi. My name is Caphy, short for Cacophony. My best friend Joey named me that because I make a lot[...]
Sam’s Quick News
Mucky Bumpkin is Coming!  WATCH FOR a quick announcement email soon. Mucky Bumpkin, Book 2 of my fun Country Cousins[...]
Flo and Agnes give us Their New Year’s Resolutions
Yep, it's that time of year again. The time when everybody thinks it's a good idea to make New Year's[...]
Merry Christmas! And Here’s to a Wonderful New Year!
  From my house to yours...Have a wonderful Holiday. I'll see you next year! xo   Through my window I[...]
Wherein May was Sad out of only one Eye
I tucked the tiny bottle of fake tears more deeply into my tissue and sniffed daintily, scoping out the assembled[...]
A Strange Profession Makes Great Fiction!
    When I was asked to write Mourning Commute, I spent some time pondering the idea of hired mourning.[...]

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