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Sticks & Stones

The following post contains spoilers for SIX TO RIDE. Consider yourself warned. One of the best – and sometimes worst – parts of being a writer is being reviewed. Good reviews make your heart sing, inspire you to write more, make all of the tedious hours of self-imposed exile seem worthwhile. Indifferent reviews are can… Continue reading Sticks & Stones

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SIX TO RIDE – Deleted Scene Unlocked!

You did it! SIX TO RIDE now has 10 Amazon reviews, and 9 of them are five-star reviews, which is just awesome. Thanks so much to everyone who has reviewed!! So as promised, here is the first full deleted scene from the book. It’s not long, but I still like it and thought it was… Continue reading SIX TO RIDE – Deleted Scene Unlocked!

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SIX TO RIDE – Deleted Scenes

The process of editing means that there is always plenty of material that gets tossed onto the cutting room floor. It could be because the story changed and the scene no longer fit, or because the timeline changed, or the scene had to be moved to a different location or incorporate different characters, or because… Continue reading SIX TO RIDE – Deleted Scenes

Pony Jumpers series · Six to Ride · writing

Putting yourself out there

It’s always exciting to release a new book, but it’s a little nerve-wracking as well. It’s putting yourself out there, and every time I write another book, I get a little big nervous about how it’s going to be received. Especially when I’ve written something a bit different, or covered a different topic to something… Continue reading Putting yourself out there