YA Indie Carnival: Cover Love

This week's carnival topic is Cover Love. Can you judge a book by its...you know the old song and dance. First off, I have a group of three to recommend. These are three awesome covers that turned out to be three awesome reads. I bought them for their covers, but recommend them for the story … Continue reading YA Indie Carnival: Cover Love

YA Indie Carnival: Fiction Pie

This week at the YA Indie Carnival, the authors are serving up Fiction Pie and giving up their own special recipes for plotting great stories. With Book #3 of the Midnight Guardian series currently in development, I'm often asked if this will be it...the final one. It's been a fun series to write and I'm … Continue reading YA Indie Carnival: Fiction Pie

Dad Steps Out for Halloween

This week the YA Indie Carnival presents childhood memories of Halloween. While most of mine center around trick-or-treating, my favorite memory is actually about my Dad. My father, like most men from his generation, is always serious and professional to a fault. For him, emotion and fun are private things. My finest proof of this … Continue reading Dad Steps Out for Halloween

I’m running off to join the carnival

No, I'm not training for the flying trapeze. I am thrilled to announce that yours truly is the newest author to join the 2011 YA Indie Carnival. What's the YA Indie Carnival? That's a great question. How did you get to be so brilliant? Every Friday, participating authors will be posed a topic to blog … Continue reading I’m running off to join the carnival