The Blind Woman
Matthew appears out of nowhere to save Celeste from making the worst mistake of her life, but it soon becomes clear their chance meeting wasn’t accidental.
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Let’s start by putting your dubious mind to rest. Regardless of their prominence in the publishing world, every author has doubted the worthiness of their writing. You’re not a good writer otherwise. To determine the quality of your writing skill, the first thing you need to do is write. Write about anything and everything. Jot down whatever comes to mind regardless of the topic … Continue reading How To Know If Your Writing Is Good Enough
The Unfaithful Woman
Neither has lived the life they imagined . . . and neither can forget the passionate first love they once shared.
Get swept up in a timeless story of lost dreams and redemption. Where endless love is possible.
LOVE WILL GUIDE YOU HOME
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Millions of books go unwritten every year because writers are waiting to formulate the perfect storyline. Sound familiar? If it does, don’t wait any longer. Get yourself in front of your laptop, now, and start typing because the perfect plot, the perfect characters, the flawless manuscript will only come when you do. Every story starts with one thought, and that thought could originate anywhere. My The … Continue reading Every Story Starts With One Thought
The Guilty Woman
The priest she’s in love with is charged with killing her husband, and she vows to defend him in court.
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I’m often asked if I question the perfection of a finished novel. The simple answer is a resounding of course I do. No manuscript will ever be as perfect as you’d like. When reading your work, you will invariably find another “more perfect” word, adjective, or thought, which might have sound better if…Doubting yourself is a rational, human response. Doubt brings on perfection, drives you … Continue reading Do I Question The Perfection Of My Finished Novel?