It's hard to think of a time when parks were more essential to life as a New Yorker than right now. In these days of mandatory indoor time even my introspective soul is climbing the walls. Walking some of the larger parks of New York City like Central Park or Hudson River Park has always… Continue reading New Yorker to the core: love notes to NYC: #3: parks and green spaces
Happy Valentine's Day! I confess ~Valentine's Day is my favorite made up holiday. It's not because of the flowers or the chocolates or Michael Buble songs or a candlelight dinner with the promise of sweaty, sheet twisting, unforgettable...um, romance. Valentine's Day is about love in all its forms, the sweet kind, the hot kind, the… Continue reading Will you be mine ? #CoverReveal & Looking for some Author Love
For me it was Dr. Seuss and once the magical key to sounding out words began, there was no turning back. What I and millions of other kids particularly loved about Seuss was that the stories were nonsense, fantastic and just plain silly. I didn't know I was learning something. I just wanted to laugh… Continue reading Happy World Book Day! What book first taught you how to read?
Since I began reading romance many years ago and certainly since I began writing romance, I've had a particular affection for the billionaire trope. When I wrote my debut romance it was a foregone conclusion. My hero is a broody, arrogant billionaire. Don't get me wrong. It's not that I don't love me a cop,… Continue reading In Praise of Billionaires, the fictional kind at least, or why I read romance
Happy Valentines's Day! On this day celebrating love it seems right for me to look back on a my first year as a romance author and sometime blogger. Almost a year ago, I started this blog in the run up to the release this past summer of my first romance, The Marriage Ultimatum. I've learned… Continue reading On #WritingRomance & Learning Curves
Hello and happy winter! I want to take this chance to say Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all who celebrate this festive and solemn winter season. My wish for all of us is that we all truly celebrate those small moments of connection with family, friends and co-workers. These moments catch us off guard.… Continue reading Sacred and Small Wishes