Most authors when they’re starting out stick with one genre, or at least genres that are close. Me? Not so much. I like writing stories about relationships and love in all its forms, and in different ways. At the same time, I know that readers sometimes do stick with one genre, and an author’s genre-hopping can cause confusion.
My first two books fall into the general romantic suspense category: crime, mystery, passion — stuff like that — and tend to be gritty in tone and content, with a high level of sexuality. My “Christmas Dance,” on the other hand, is crime-free (depending on one’s definition of crime), has very little spilling of blood, and while I’d rate it in the “R” category, it’s not pushing any envelopes in the sexuality rating.
In a complete 180-degree shift, I released a children’s story in early 2013. “Lights of Imani” is illustrated, designed for ages 7 to 10.
Whichever your choice, I hope you enjoy!
Here are my books, in order of release date:
Love and Danger collide when FBI Agents David Owens and Anna Parker go undercover in a BDSM ring.
Read more, including an excerpt, here.
- Available in eBook at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, iTunes, and KoboBooks.
- Available in Print at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and a multitude of others distributed by Ingram and NACSCORP.
- Available in e-Book at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, and KoboBooks.
- Available in Audiobook at iTunes, Audible, and Amazon.
- Available in Print at Amazon.
- Available in e-Book for $2.99 at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, and KoboBooks.
- Available in print at Amazon.
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Short story Blood Moon, in the “Mysteries of the Macabre” anthology, tells the story of book reviewer Ronnie who gets sucked into a true-crime story, to the point where she’s convinced a serial killer has returned.
Available in trade paperback at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and more. List price $12.99.
To see details on all the stories, go here.