My novella Shutter will be released
March 8th February 22nd!
Antonio has passion for two things: photography and women. My adorable Lothario meets his match in Lucy, an artist and set designer at the community theater, when he decides to visit his friend Felix in a sleepy Seattle artist community.
If you enjoyed the chemistry and banter between my couples Evan & Natalie and Seth & Morgan, then Antonio & Lucy won’t disappoint! Hope to see you
March 8th February 22nd!
Book cover coming soon!
Giveaways will include a copy of my photo book Dreamscapes!
Dreamscapes is a compilation of my travels around the U.S!
So don’t forget to enter to win!
Until Next Time
I love the west coast, particularly California! Each time I visit I bring back a boat load of story ideas. Ebb Tide is the result of one of those California trips and a ride down the Pacific Coast Highway sealed the deal. Imagine pulling over onto a shoulder and that (see pic) is your view! Cali was definitely going to be the backdrop for my story about a self-made, adventurous playboy and his unique relationship with his straight laced attorney.
Let’s see…light, crisp, contemporary jazz inspired me for this one. On the surface Griffin and Evan have a light and breezy relationship. Listening to Najee, David Sanborn, Paul Hardcastle, and Boney James while cruising down that scenic highway is sublime. These are a few of the songs that helped me bring clarity to Griffin and Evan.
What You Do To Me – Najee
Blue Beach – David Sanborn
Lost Summer – Paul Hardcastle
Aint No Sunshine – Boney James
Sailing – Christopher Cross
My novella Shutter is being published! I received word yesterday that my 3rd installment of what I hope to be a series one day, The Invisibles, will be published with Etopia Press! This is a pleasure for me to introduce you to Antonio De Soto. Antonio is a photographer that is about to embark on a journey of self discovery when he visits an old friend to help him with a project at the community theater in town. Antonio is near and dear to my heart because he and his brother Alejandro, a protagonist in a novel that I will hopefully have published one day soon, pushed to me to my limits about how I perceived men. They helped me break out of the pattern that male heroes had to be cookie cutter types who served the purpose of helping me conjure up a happy ending for my female protagonist! I think you will appreciate me introducing you to Antonio first. Like all little brothers, I don’t want him to get lost in the shadows of his big brother Alejandro!
Will keep you posted!