Writing 300 Words Everyday

Writing 300 Words Everyday

  Hi friends! So much for my I’m Back! post, right? I haven’t posted here in so long … again. But I have a good explanation for that, I think … In October, when I said I was back and I published my Halloween themed novella, I had a babysitter who came to my house 3 times a week for about 1.5-2 hours at a time. She stayed with my baby girl in the toy room while I worked in my office. But then, the babysitter, who is in college, said her classes were too demanding plus the drive here then back to campus were too long and took time from her study time. So she quit. It took me… Read more »

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Midnight Kiss!

Midnight Kiss!

Did you miss last year’s MIDNIGHT KISS? Midnight Kiss was a collection of four New Adult Paranormal novellas centering around Halloween night in New Orleans. Four bestselling authors. One City. One Night. Each story features a completely different set of characters who find themselves drawn to the same voodoo shop on Bourbon Street. Midnight Kiss was only available for a short time, but if you missed it, I have great news for you!! Each of these novellas have been published separately and are now available for purchase or download. Here’s a little more about each one:   AFTER MIDNIGHT by Sarra Cannon ($0.99) Amazon Barnes & Noble Google Play iBooks Kobo From the outside, Becca Goldberg looks like any normal… Read more »

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I’m Back! With a New Book!

I’m Back! With a New Book!

  Hi friends!! Haven’t seen you all in a while, uh? I know. I’ve been way too quiet. I still am, actually, but I’ll try to be better at updating the website/blog, and also at being on facebook and twitter. My baby is 9 months old now, but she’s too attached to me. She doesn’t go with anyone else … not even her own father (well, just a little bit). That makes it very hard for me to write. I have a babysitter who stays here at home twice a week (two hours each day) and takes care of my baby while I write, but 1) my baby is still not staying two full hours alone with the sitter and… Read more »

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On Why I’ve Been So Quiet Lately

  Hi friends! Long time no see! How are you doing? I’m doing great! I’ve been meaning to write an update post for the longest time now, but never got to it … then today I saw Natalie Whipple’s post and thought it related so well to why I wasn’t posting anything myself. First, the update. My 2nd daughter was born on January. She’s now 5 months old and she’s doing very, very well. I haven’t been writing much or revising much, or doing anything much, because she wants to stay with me, like literately in my arms, the entire day—which I don’t complain since she sleeps in her bed all night long! We have a big trip to Brazil coming… Read more »

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A Break

  Hi friends, So, because of the upcoming baby and some other personal matter, today I’ll begin a break from writing and publishing. Unfortunately, I don’t know how long this break will be. I’ll even take a break from social media, except to post some “hi, how are you?” tweets, and some pics of my new baby on instagram :) Anyway, so this is me going on a possibly long break. Just … don’t forget about me! lol See you soon. Be safe, friends :) Cheers,

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The new Breaking Series

The new Breaking Series

  Hi friends! A couple of weeks ago, I announced the makeover of the Breaking series and the why behind it. Today, I’m here to finally show you the gorgeous new covers:   BREAKING FREE (The Breaking Series, #1) (Previously titled BREAKING THE REINS) Genre: NA contemporary romance Warning: strong language, domestic violence, sex scene Word Count: 110,000 Release date: August/2013 Cover: Najla Qamber Designs Horses, mansions, tea parties, and lies are twenty-year-old Hannah Taylor’s life. To others, her family and her relationship with Eric is perfect. But she knows the truth. She lives it. After a fire takes her grandma’s life and kills her horse, Hannah’s immaculate life spirals out of control. Her father disapproves of her decision to run her grandma’s ranch instead of focusing… Read more »

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