Tag Archives: Writing
In-between traveling with my husband, I have finally found the time to begin a new novel. This one will surprise you …it is a thriller! It won’t be finished until next year, but I will keep you updated on my … Continue reading →
Just a reminder for those of you out there who have already read my new book, and I know there are a lot of you. Please leave a review on Amazon. Just got to near the bottom of the page … Continue reading →
Congratulations to the ten winners of my new book, Surviving La Bestia. Thanks to all those almost 200 readers who entered the giveaway! I appreciate it. I will be hosting another giveaway on Goodreads in the near future and will be … Continue reading →
Only seven more days to enter the Amazon contest to win a free kindle version of my latest book Surviving La Bestia. The contest ends July 30, so get your entries in today. Just follow this link: LINK: See this … Continue reading →
My latest book and first novel, SURVIVING LA BESTIA, is now available at Amazon. I am running a free giveaway for a short time, so if you want a chance for a free copy, just go to Amazon and enter the giveaway … Continue reading →
The bad news is … it needs a lot more editing. As it always is, writing is not just writing some words down to tell a story, it is really writing and re-writing and re-writing some more. Its sort of like … Continue reading →
Thanks to my friends, family and fans voting for my book, Waiting on the Outside, it won first place in the category of non-fiction for the 2015 Preditors and Editors Readers Poll and third place for the book cover artwork that … Continue reading →
I’m thrilled. “Waiting on the Outside” is currently in first place in the Preditors and Editors Readers Poll for non-fiction books. It is running 5th for artwork book covers! The contest ends on January 14, 2016. Here is the voting … Continue reading →
There are over two million people incarcerated in the United States. What if your child was among them? What if your loved one made the wrong choices throughout their life and finally ended up in prison? What would you do? This book tells the story of my son and his journey to incarceration in a federal prison. It also tells of his gang affiliation with the Aryan Warriors and their influence in prisons across the country.
Most of his life, my son has had difficulties following the rules. For years, I tried everything I could to help him learn how to deal with his demons. Nothing worked. He could not seem to live a normal life without alcohol, drugs, and crime. The nights I spent lying awake, waiting for the phone to ring or to hear that he was injured, jailed, or dead cannot be counted. The days spent trying to find an answer spun out month after month and year after year, until my worst fears came true.
Every single person in a jail or prison has a loved one or family member who has been affected by their incarceration. This book gives a voice to all of the families out there, waiting on the outside.
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Writing is not just sitting down and writing a story. It is revision after revision and edit after edit. It is a journey, no matter how much you love to write. Every time I print out my book and review it, I … Continue reading →