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I Haz News!

Wow - I have just been the worst blogger! It's been nearly two weeks since my last post. The sad thing is, there is not a day that goes by that I don't think of something I want to blog about...
it just never makes it to an actual post!

I blame the time of year. Graduations x 2, planning for the Teen's big exodus to Europe. All that jazz....

But, I wanted to jump on today to tell you all about a little news. Some of you may have heard this on my social media sites, but in case you didn't, here's my update.

First, on the fiction front, COLLIDE, my YA paranormal spy thriller comes out next month. Yep, I finally have another book coming out. ('bout time, right!). In case you haven't heard about Collide, here's the scoop:
The most dangerous secrets are the ones that kill.When a surprising mental breakdown draws too much attention from a secret government group call the Order, 17-year-old Dakota discovers that her so-called boring life isn’t so boring after a…

Summer Is Almost Here; Let The Celebrating Begin

One of the best benefits of working in education one a traditional teaching schedule is having summer's off. For the past 16 years, I've enjoyed those long lazy days of summer, rejuvenating for the rest of the crazy year. That is, except for 2012 and 2013. Those years I worked the majority of the summers as part of my job. YUCK! No fun!!! I never realized how much I'd miss the extra month off.

This year is different! I am back to a traditional calendar, which means I get a LOT more time off. Four weeks more, to be exact. Four weeks of swimming, summer BBQs with friends, reading, day-tripping. And writing. Lots and lots of writing.

To celebrate, I thought I'd give all of you a paperback or ebook of my fiction books just in time for summer reading. All you have to do to enter - "like" my facebook page and leave a comment on the giveaway post at the top of the page. Easy, peasy.

Not on facebook? Leave a comment here telling me what book you'd like (fiction …