Happy Friday!

Wow, what an awesome week! Thank you to everyone who picked up a copy of Pets in Space® 4! Release week for the anthology was amazing, and the week following has been filled with even more to celebrate.

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I’m trying to find moments to reflect on everything that’s happened and all that I’ve learned. The anthology authors have been so incredibly generous with their knowledge and experience (which isn’t surprising, given the wonderful charity we’re all working to help). Going in to this weekend, I hope to carve out a bit of time to really let this all soak in. Continue reading “Happy Friday!”

Blood Moon Progress 2019

The last two weeks have been a whirlwind of activity for me. I had the biggest (and awesomest) release EVER and am still getting my head around everything I’ve learned and continue to learn from that experience. I’ve also been thinking about my Blood Moon goals and focusing on finding areas of my life where I can cut back so I can spend more of my time and energy on what really matters.

The biggest epiphany to come from this seems so simple and obvious (as most of the best epiphanies are). Continue reading “Blood Moon Progress 2019”

Guest Blog Post from Alexis Glynn Latner!

Today, I’m hosting Alexis Glynn Latner, one of the authors in the Pets in Space® 4 anthology. Check out her post (and be sure to check out Pets in Space® 4!).


Let’s hear it for Heroes ~ Alexis Glynn Latner

My Mom and Dad were both in military service when they were younger. (So were two uncles on my Mom’s side, and an aunt on my Dad’s side.) They actually met when they were both in the Army. They left the service when they got married. It was for reasons unrelated to family on active duty that I grew up in Columbus, Georgia, the city next to Fort Benning, the largest infantry training center in the world then. Growing up there, it was the most normal thing in the world to see soldiers in fatigues running errands around town. To hear the boom-boom-boom of artillery practice. And spend the Fourth of July at Benning, with kids lining up for an exciting ride on the zip line of a parachute jump practice tower.

Continue reading “Guest Blog Post from Alexis Glynn Latner!”