It is with a heavy heart that I share with you the devastating news that my hometown of El Reno, Oklahoma was hit by an EF-2 tornado last night, leveling a budget motel and destroying a good portion of a mobile home park directly behind it. At present, two people are confirmed dead, and anotherContinue reading “Donate to the El Reno Tornado Victims Fund and WIN!”
Part 4 of “Easter Eggs” in the Edge of nowhere…Grace, Jack, Ethan, Sara and David
Over the last several days, I’ve brought to you inside information related to The Edge of Nowhere. I’ve talked about the “Easter Eggs” I’ve left for a few friends, as well as the inspiration behind a few of the characters. Today I’d like to continue this train of thought and talk more about the namingContinue reading “Part 3: “Easter Eggs” in The Edge of Nowhere””
Last week I was blessed to be invited as a Takeover Author for L.K. Kuhl’s release of Everlasting. It was a fun evening of talking to readers and hearing about the releases of other writers, as we all came together to help celebrate this new book. While there, I opened up a giveaway for aContinue reading “We Have Another Winner!”
NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK & E-BOOK! SYNOPSIS The year is 1992 and Victoria Hastings Harrison Greene—reviled matriarch of a sprawling family—is dying. After surviving the Oklahoma Dust Bowl and the Great Depression, Victoria refuses to leave this earth before revealing the secrets she’s carried for decades. Once the child of a loving family during peaceful times, aContinue reading “IT’S HERE! IT’S HERE!”
Meet Kelly Cain, author of Altered. Kelly is the 6th author to join my Author Takeover team for THE FINAL COUNTDOWN AUTHOR TAKEOVER PARTY ON JANUARY 18.
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I often tell people that the reason I got my book deal is because of the author I’m hosting today, C.H. Armstrong. In a way, it’s actually true. Cathie posted about her great experience with the process for publishing her book, The Edge of Nowhere (see my review), in…
There’ll be enough time for collegiate rivalry next week. But not tonight. Tonight, we are one. We’re Oklahomans after all. It’s what we do.