Why The Golden Heart Contest Matters & How To Rescue It

Why The Golden Heart Contest Matters & How To Rescue It

Back in 2003, I was a stay-at-home mom, a former journalist with no illusions that I’d ever be able to afford going back to that career, not with four kids who would need daycare. Not possible on a newspaper reporter’s salary. so I began to write fiction....
Tuesday Tea: Morning Blend & the Power of Story

Tuesday Tea: Morning Blend & the Power of Story

When we fall in love with books as children, we fall hard, and those stories and the people who wrote them become beloved in a way that’s everlasting. But sometimes authors and books exceed our childhood memories and that’s the case with Farley and The Black Stallion and the Girl. Even more, sometimes behind a beloved story is another story, a true story that’s tragic and beautiful.

Tuesday Tea With Corrina

Tuesday Tea With Corrina

Good morning. I raise my overfull mug of red velvet tea to you this morning. It’s time, I’ve decided to have a regular report on what I’ve been doing. The first, and most important bit of work is writing the sequel to The Curse of the Brimstone...
New Year Accomplishments!

New Year Accomplishments!

I have an excuse for neglecting my personal blog. No, not running marathons or fighting crime or any of that. I’ve been writing. I’ve been writing a lot. I revised/rewrote three manuscripts this year to the point where they were new works, and wrote...
Starting Phoenix Inheritance Edits

Starting Phoenix Inheritance Edits

Phoenix Inheritance is due out in March and it’s my most personal book, due to the subject matter inspired by my family. I’m working on the first round of editors from my Samhain editor. She put in a note that she loves what the heroine is wearing in the...