Fascinated with Vintage Retro? I am.

I'm not sure why, but I'm fascinated with the near past. Maybe it's because, at my age, I remember a lot of it! Or I just feel like I do. This is why I love to write history-themed books, like Ginger Gold

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Journal news, the birthday boy, and plans for this blog.

I fully intend to write more on this blog as time goes on, but I confess that I don't feel like I have a lot to talk about besides work. Canada is lagging in vaccination rollout and so we're still social

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New Release + Audiobook Sale

Murder at the Races Available Now Murder is a wreck! Rosa Reed attends a charity stock car race in Santa Bonita and expects to have an exhilarating time shared with family and friends. That ends when

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Winter fun and a Rosa Reed contest!

I don't know about where you live, but since we couldn't go to Mexico this year, Norm and I are walking on the lake in front of our condo!  Beautiful but cold. We actually ventured out to make a fun,

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February Backlist Blast + Multi-author paperback sale

I can't believe I've been indie-publishing since 2011! In that time I've written and published 44 books (not all currently available) with more coming. I'm so grateful for this job and for faithful readers

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Murder at the Dude Ranch cover reveal + High Tide sale

Murder's a wild ride!Rosa Reed takes a much needed break from her thriving private investigative work by joining her cousin Clarence and Aunt Louisa for a weekend getaway at the Black Stallion Dude

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Driving into Escapism – What does Rum Running have to do with Nascar?

If, during these tumultuous times, you feel like driving into a world of fiction, you're not alone! Sometimes a comfy, cozy escapism is just what a weary reader needs. The next book I have on offer will

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Hello 2021. I’m cautiously optimistic to meet you.

Often, this time of year, I write a blog about my year in review, but I think I'm going to pass this time. I've never been so eager to see a year leave through the back door as I have for 2020, and I know

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