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Putting Myself On My Own To-Read List

Anyone who has known me for more than half a second will be aware that I love my lists. In addition to my monthly, weekly, and daily To-Do lists there's my To-Paint list for new artwork and my To-Write/Edit list for new publications. But my favorite list of them all is my To-Read list to … Continue reading Putting Myself On My Own To-Read List

Behind the Book: Hercules’s Eleventh Labor (aka “How D’ya Like Those Apples?)

Ever feel like you're never going to finish a job you set out for yourself? Well, that's nothing to what Hercules has to endure. In the original decree that got Hercules started on all these labors, Herc was to complete ten labors to atone for murdering his children. Well, remember back in Labors Two (the … Continue reading Behind the Book: Hercules’s Eleventh Labor (aka “How D’ya Like Those Apples?)

Behind the Book: Hercules’s Tenth Labor

  Last Friday I told you of my pirate attack having left me feeling quite dismayed and very cynical about writing and publishing. I have to give a sincere thank you to the kind and helpful words my followers here and various places across the Interwebs have sent me. You've given me insight and encouragement … Continue reading Behind the Book: Hercules’s Tenth Labor

Behind the Book: Hercules’s First Labor

I know it's Tuesday and you're expecting another interview with a character from my upcoming novel The Trials of Hercules: Book One of The Osteria Chronicles, but I've decided on a change in the regularly scheduled program. Don't worry, I'll still be interviewing characters, but only every week. "Oh no!" I hear you gasp, "How … Continue reading Behind the Book: Hercules’s First Labor

Share Your World: Interview with Maxinia

A couple weeks ago I interviewed Hera as part of the Share Your World blog event. I had so much fun with it and think it's such a great way to give my wonderful readers an inside scoop on the characters in my upcoming novel The Trials of Hercules, that each week until the book's … Continue reading Share Your World: Interview with Maxinia