Lead Up to Daughters of A Nation: Let Us Dream

Hey! In case you missed it last week, Kianna Alexander, Lena Hart, Piper Huguley, and me have another anthology coming out! Our last anthology was linked by novellas about Juneteenth, and this newest antho features suffragettes finding love while changing the country for the better. The anthology will be released on November 1st (if you’d like to … More Lead Up to Daughters of A Nation: Let Us Dream

An Extraordinary Union Cover and RT in Photos

I realize that I never posted the cover for my upcoming historical espionage romance, An Extraordinary Union! I know I’m biased, but man do I love this cover! As the Civil War rages between the states, a courageous pair of spies plunge fearlessly into a maelstrom of ignorance, deceit, and danger, combining their unique skills … More An Extraordinary Union Cover and RT in Photos

The Economic Impact of Non-Diverse Romance, Part I: The Quality “Problem”

(Disclaimer 1: this post is a general discussion of the romance industry. Personally, I’ve been lucky enough to work with an awesome agent and attentive editors and publishers, but many, many marginalized authors have not.) (Disclaimer 2: I know that publishing is hard for white romance authors, too, and that they also face rejection and income … More The Economic Impact of Non-Diverse Romance, Part I: The Quality “Problem”

Valentine’s Rewind Blog Hop: Catching Up with Sofie and Ivan

Hey! Today I have a really special treat: for the the Valentine’s Rewind Blog Hop, a bunch of authors are taking a look back at some of their favorite characters. This is one of the last stops on the blog hop, but if you need to catch up you can find the complete list of participating … More Valentine’s Rewind Blog Hop: Catching Up with Sofie and Ivan