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Wow, its been a while since my last post. I have to admit without internet its been beyond difficult to access the internet long enough to update my sites...but I've got it back and I'm going to be posting on a regular basis.

Today I thought I'd update everyone on what's been happening in my crazy, whirlwind life. Its been mostly good stuff - I've gotten numerous books in contract with two coming out within the next three months.

Master's Mistress made the #1 bestseller list for Champagne Books in May, and has been selling quite well. I ordered books from the publisher and sold out within hours of their arrival!!! I was amazed - especially considering the economy and everything. Alas, everyone loves a good book to curl up with.

Borderline Sin is coming out September 7, 2009 and I'm super excited about it. It's my first foray into multiple nations. She's Canadian and he's a US Marshal in the late 1880's. I'm hoping all goes well and it sells steadily.

Love thy Neighbor is coming out in October 2009 from Champagne and I've already got people waiting for a copy!

I've started back to work and am working full time 40 hours a week. A rather daunting task since I'm also writing three novels at the same time - two full length and one anthology. I've found that the amount of research has increased expentially - in fact I'm bogged down with researching PTSD for one of the novels.

Keep you eyes out for upcoming details of contests and special freebies that will be making an appearance in the coming weeks...

Happy reading and good writing. Until next time.

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