So, I took a deep breath, Ty held the book for me, and I began to read. I got caught up in my characters' stories once again. Kind of like reuniting with old friends.
Gram never wore much makeup when I knew her, but every time before we’d leave for town, she’d reach atop the fridge where she kept a tube of bright red lipstick.
Naming 20+ fictional characters? Challenge accepted.
Misadventures in buying our first house.
It will make you think about friendship and forgiveness in new ways. About responsibility. About the freedom of embracing youth when everything around you is screaming “GROW UP!”
Any tips on talking your husband into keeping five puppies? Asking for a friend.
The second book in the Texas Sun series is coming out soon! Here's a little update on how I got started writing "Unfair Catch" and what you can expect in the coming month!
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