As for me, my newest book, Cassethea of Mercia, was released by Flashpoint Publications (who now owns Regal Crest Enterprises) on July 1, 2021. I can't believe how much time has passed since its release. It doesn't seem that long ago. I hope you've had a chance to read the book and enjoyed it. And if you enjoyed it, or any book you read, please pass along the recommendations. :-)
So, why do I write? I write because I love to read and to create positive realities that bring enjoyment to others.
My first novel, Love Another Day, was published by Regal Crest Enterprises and was recognized in 2012 with an Alice B. Readers Lavender Award certificate (Alice B. Awards). The story takes place in Grand Teton National Park where Park Ranger Samantha Takoda Tyler meets photojournalist Halie Walker and sparks fly, but not in the way you might imagine, or do they? For more information, click on Love Another Day.
White Dragon is the sequel to Love Another Day and picks up a year after Sam and Halie first met, but all is not rosy. Troubles build. Danger looms. The couple faces hate, but also unexpected support. To read an excerpt, please click here.
My third novel, A Deeper Blue, which is unrelated to my first two stories, takes place in sunny Florida and Captiva Island. The part-owner of Island Water Adventures, Alexandra Jean Rey, finds her life changing in unexpected ways--all triggered by the sound of one woman's laughter.
For me, besides enjoying reading, the outdoors, and writing, I love healthy foods. If you're a vegetarian or looking to reduce the amount of meat in your diet, drop by the Veggie Corner for a few tasty vegetarian recipes. And better yet, if you have a recipe to share, please do so and I'll post it for everyone to delight in.
My deepest heartfelt thanks to all of you, and as always, stay safe and happy reading!
If you'd like to contact me, please do so at: waggintails3 at verizon dot net (spelled out to prevent spam). Also, I'd love to know what else you might like to see on the website or whether a newsletter would be of interest. I'm still throwing the idea around.