Tag Archive | goodreads

A Book About Youth Changing the World: Review

This series should be in high school classrooms everywhere as a literary example of Margaret Mead’s quote: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” Okay, so I’m still excited that my book series has officially come to a conclusion […]

Texas Earth Day Tour Update

  Just a quick update post. San Antonio has been added to the Texas Earth Day tour. I will be visiting four Half Price Books stores in San Antonio, mostly on Earth Day (April 22). So if you are in the area, come and see me! The specifics can be found on my Book News […]

Cover Reveal: Seconds Before Sunrise

Today it is my pleasure to be a part of Shannon Thompson’s cover reveal! Two nightmares. One memory. “Chaos within destiny. It was the definition of our love.” Eric has weeks before his final battle when he’s in an accident. Forced to face his human side, he knows he can’t survive if he fights alone. But […]

After-Thanksgiving Specials

I decided against saying Black Friday. I’m tired of the hype. And I can’t tell you how many years ago I stopped shopping on the day after. It was before the term Black Friday came into vogue. It was after standing in a line for so long that people were abandoning their shopping carts and […]

Seed Savers Book 2 Update

I am happy to announce that Seed Savers, book 2, Lily is on its way! It will be available soon both in paperback and kindle versions. In Lily, we find out what really happened to Ana and what Lily does after she discovers Clare and Dante have left town. GRIM becomes more personal, and Lily […]

Seed Savers – a series to be treasured

Originally posted on Anakalian Whims:
I haven’t been this in love with a young adult series since Harry Potter.  I haven’t been this in love with an individual young adult book since Lois Lowry’s The Giver, unless you count How To Buy A Love Of Reading by Tanya Egan Gibson (but her book, though it…

Fine Weather

With weather that is finally warm and dry, I’ve gotten much of my garden in during the last few days.  I put in the tomato plants I grew from seeds, more onions (these I started from seeds), put out the cabbage I started earlier, and planted seeds for two rows of corn.  I hope to […]