Monthly Archives: September 2015

New Release and Interview – Otter Chaos – Pd Singer

Hi everyone, Check out this awesome book, which is now available for preorder on Amazon for $0.99! Lots of otter fun and werewolf scheming, and exasperated human boyfriends 🙂 Click here for fun interview

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THURSDAY MORNING COFFEE BLOG – New release! “Sire,” YA companion to “Broken Gait”

Listen up, horse lovers! If you loved Wild Horses and it’s sequel Broken Gait, you’ll be happy to know the companion book to Broken Gait, Sire, is now available for preorder! For my loyal fans – this book features teen characters, … Continue reading

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VOTE IN A BOOK COVER CONTEST! – your chance to get artsy.

Scroll down and vote for at least 3 (but as many as you want) book covers in the annual Rainbow Awards contest. Here’s the link: vote here My two books entered are Broken Gait (by Aaron Anderson) and Treading Water (by … Continue reading

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THURSDAY MORNING COFFEE BLOG – Ballet vs. Karate, part 2

Ballet Master Bob stopped the piano accompanist and walked up to me. “Where did you study before this?” My 45 classmates craned their necks, wanting to know. I was mortified with embarrasement. “North Hills Academy of Shorin Ryu,” I replied truthfully. “it’s a karate school.” Continue reading

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THURSDAY MORNING COFFEE BLOG – Pulp Speed reblog

Some of us writers are tearing our hair out, because we censor ourselves while writing. “Will the readier like this? Or will the reader like THAT better? What will sell?” We all love to write, but there’s the bills and … Continue reading

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