Showing posts from March, 2010

On the Road Again

Today I'm visiting Rachel Gattuso's blog chatting about writing role models. Check it out.

On the Road Again

Today I'm at Rachel Gattuso's blog talking about writing role models and what's on my nightstand.
Check it out.

On Tour

Today I'm visiting Cate Masters' blog chatting about Howl and some of my favorite reads. Hope to see you there!

On Tour

Today I'm chatting with Karen Michelle Nutt on her blog about Howl's shapeshifters. Stop by and say hello.

The Law of the Jungle

"As the creeper that girdles the tree-trunk, the Law runneth forward and back--
For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack"

I read Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, while doing research for Howl. I loved the eloquence of the jungle citizens and decided my wolves would live by Kipling's The Law of the Jungle.

Imagine my surprise when I heard the above lines revently recited by the entire audience prior to a UNR Men's basketball game. Go Wolf Pack!

I'm thrilled to announce Howl is now available from The Wild Rose Press. http://

On the Road Again

Come visit me at Sandra Sookoo's blog for my first interview for Howl

Hope to see you there!

Howl Release

I'm so excited. Howl is going to be released this Wednesday, March 10th! As if Kate Owens doesn't have enough problems as a struggling single mom and paralegal, a brutal animal attack outside her office plunges her into turmoil. At work, she is attracted to her rescuer, Jack Walker, an attorney wary of commitment. Every morning after the attack she awakes drenched in blood beside the body of a mangled stray. Kate's days become a battle to maintain control while her nights are a disturbing blur of dreams. Will Kate's nightly madness harm her young daughter?
Lone wolf attorney, Jack Walker understands the reason for his paralegal's exhaustion and haunted demeanor. Jack has pursued the beast since law school graduation and he knows the creature's relentless thirst for revenge. Can Jack save Kate from her attacker and her own savage nature?