Category Archives: ThrowbackThursday

#ThrowbackThursday A Visit to the Turn the Page Bookstore & Nora Roberts

I’ve had the immense pleasure of not only visiting the Turn the Page Bookstore, but also being able to sign there next to the amazing Nora Roberts! What a lovely person and an immense writing talent. Her IN DEATH series is one of my favs of all time.

This is a picture of Nora, me and little Spottie. Spottie was the hero’s beagle in THE LOST and this was taken the year THE LOST was nominated for a RITA. Spottie was with me for the whole journey that year!

If you get a chance, it is truly worth it to go to the bookstore or maybe even splurge for a night at the Inn at Boonsboro.

P.S. – Don’t forget to check out the ONE SUMMER NIGHT Pre-order Blog Tour & Giveaway and also take a moment to pop by my buddy Lois Winston’s blog for a behind the scenes look at ONE SUMMER NIGHT and an ARC Giveaway.

#ThrowbackThursday – Midwest Book Lovers Unite Conference

A couple of years back I had the pleasure of attending the Midwest Book Lovers Unite Conference. I had a truly amazing time and got to meet so many nice people. There was a costume party to end the event and I had a run-in with this SWAT guy and managed to get the upper hand on him. Actually, maybe more than one hand on him, LOL!

Have a great day! Also, take a moment to visit with my buddies Maria Lokken and Jenn Nixon who are hosting an ARC Giveaway for my new release, ONE SUMMER NIGHT.

#ThrowbackThursday #TeamDonald

I love going to Disneyworld! I just get caught up in the escape factor of being in their made-up worlds which is why I guess one of my favorite movies is Beauty and the Beast (the animated version). And while I love Mickey, I have to say that my favorite is Donald Duck. Don’t know why, but I just love his crazy moods and mumbling to himself kind of speech. I find it endearing. So here’s a picture of my clan with none other than the duck himself, say hello to #TeamDonald!

#ThrowbackThursday Mr. Met and Me!

A year that promised to be so much turned into an injury-prone nightmare for us Mets fans and the team. It’s hard to believe just how many players went out with serious injuries almost before the season got started. Oh well. There is always next year!

So here I am with Mr. Met. He was at one of local bank branches and I couldn’t resist getting a photo with him. I hope Mrs. Met doesn’t get jealous.