Thursday, January 19, 2017

DIY Valentine's Day Wreath

Hey all,

As you may or may not know, I am sometimes crafty. Usually, I struggle to find the time for many crafts, but ever since I took down my Christmas decorations the front porch as been looking a little blah. Watching Home and Family this morning over my coffee inspired me to make a new wreath for my door that will give me a nice pop of color.

All in all, the wreath cost me less than $20. It was a bit time consuming where it came to cutting the felt for the petals, but it was simple enough anyone can do it. 
Here's how

Supplies: Wreath frame, red felt, ribbon, quilting pins, and then (optional) I bought at Michaels the little sparkly heart (they have all of their Valentine's Day stuff 40% off so it was less than $5)
Next, lay out the felt and find a cup about the right (~3 inch diameter)
Trace a circle around the cup and cut it out
Once you have the circle

Fold it in half

Then fold it in half again
Attach the material to the wreath with one of the push pins in the bottom corner
Repeat until the wreath is to your desired level of fullness 

Measure where you would like the wreath to hang on your door. Attach the heart (if you buy one) and the ribbon to the back of the wreath with the pins or hot glue. And that's it! 


Monday, October 24, 2016

Halloween Paranormal Mystery Giveaway

Today, I have a fun surprise that I’d like to share with you.

To celebrate the fall, I’ve teamed up with more than 35 fantastic paranormal mystery authors to give away a huge collection of novels, PLUS a Kindle Fire to one lucky winner! 

You can win my novel Fairytale Ambrosia, plus books from authors like Angie Fox and Dakota Cassidy.

Good luck, and enjoy!


Monday, October 17, 2016

Fairytale Ambrosia Excerpt

Hey all,

If you haven't had a chance to meet Maggie, now is a great time. There is a special going on for her series this month. The first book is free and the second is only .99 at all retailers.


There was an immediate sense of falling, though my feet were firmly planted on the ground. A too perfect, too green meadow stretched out in front of me. Lilacs danced in a breeze I couldn’t feel. A thatched roof cottage stood at the end of the meadow, just before a dark and ominous forest. Behind the woods, a tall castle loomed, the spires almost reaching to the clouds. I turned around to watch for Boone and Phoenix, but the doorway wasn’t behind me. There was only a dirt road that looked identical in both directions.
“Let go of me. Who are you?” Boone said as both guys appeared, though they looked completely different.
Boone’s dark blond hair was shorter and parted on the side into a perfectly unnatural wave. He was suddenly wearing a red cape and hat with a tan tunic and brown pants that were pretty tight. Phoenix, on the other hand, was wearing a turban, baggy pants, and an open leather vest with no shirt underneath it.
I snickered. “Did you stop for a wardrobe change?”
“Looked in the mirror lately?” Phoenix said, letting go of Boone.
Except for being too pale, Phoenix was pulling off the new look.
He caught me staring and winked, reminding me that I was mad at him. I grabbed his arm and dragged him to the side. “I thought you weren’t coming.”
“And I told you, it’s my job to protect you.”
“Maggie, I think we should hurry,” Boone said, giving me an impatient gesture, but I didn’t miss the tightening of his square jaw as his eye went to Phoenix’s hand on my arm.
“Just so we are clear, this doesn’t change anything,” I said to Phoenix then strode over to Boone, my dress swishing around my legs.
Wait. Dress? I glanced down. I was wearing a knee length blue dress with a white apron. “What the holy hell?” I reached up and touched my hair, feeling a velvety headband. I had to look a lot like…I pulled a chuck of hair forward. Yep, hair was blonde. I looked at the guys again. We were all dressed in costumes. I pictured the kids. I’d noticed they were dressed oddly, but as what hadn’t struck me.
“We’re in a fairy tale,” I said. 

Thursday, September 15, 2016

New Release: Stark Raven Mad

Book 7 in the Easy Bake Coven Series

The coven is under attack, but no one knows who’s behind it or why it’s being targeted. One by one the witches succumb to curses, each more severe than the last. As worlds collide, lives hang in the balance and a cloud of old resentments brew into a storm that even the coven can’t weather.

Friday, May 20, 2016

New Release: Ghostsnaps

Book Four in the Knead to Know series is out!!

If problems aren’t spiraling out of control, then it isn’t Maggie’s life. She should have known the moment things were finally going her way, something, or someone, would come along and change the game. 

When she was gifted an antique mirror for the bakery, she was thrilled to have a piece of history hanging on her wall—but that wasn’t all she got. Ghostly music, apparitions, and a vision of an unsolved murder make her wonder if maybe the mirror was put in her path for a reason. 

The only problem is the crime was committed in 1923 and according to her vision, she was there. Pulled between the present and the past, Maggie has to figure out how to save the ghost in the mirror without losing her future and the people she loves. 

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Instafreebie Giveaway!

Love light paranormal romances with plenty of laughs? Check out these thirteen books that are free to a good home by following the link above!


Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Catacombs - Femi Book 2 Available Now

Femi is back! Join her as she travels deep into the catacombs where she will unearth more than a few secrets.

Blurb: You know what’s worse than being blackmailed by a secret council? My family. But somehow I was roped into a mission that required me to deal with both. If it weren’t for bad luck…well you know the rest.
Shezmu, the god of ointment with a penchant for dismembering bodies, made himself known in the catacombs by chopping up fifteen innocents and putting them on display. Despite the fact that Shezmu killed my father, the council determined I was the best person to send on this “diplomatic” mission.  All I had to do was convince him to go home, thwart whatever the council’s real plan was for the contradictory god, and save the world from everyone else’s personal agendas—or as I call it, just another Tuesday. 
Everything should have been simple enough, but it wasn’t. This mission was personal and when things get personal, lives change. But not always for the better.
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