Category Archives: Howling Moon

Behind the Scenes

My new novel, Daughter of the Howling Moon is out!  Available from both Amazon and Pen-L Publishing.  So, what’s next?  My book launch of course. Not to ruin or give away secrets, but I’m busy rehearsing my presentation for the … Continue reading

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Split-in-Halves

One of the many reasons I love the movie, The Da Vinci Code is the relationship between Langdon and Sophie. Thankfully Dan Brown did not make their relationship a romantic one. I heard he was criticized for this, the public … Continue reading

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Caroll O’Connor = Sheriff Buford Tate

One of the most asked questions I get as a writer is, “where do you come up with your ideas?” If you were in a room of 100 writers and asked this question, odds are you’d get 100 different answers. … Continue reading

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The Voodoo Queen of New Orleans

A few years ago I took a Caribbean cruise. It was a Carnival cruise and the ship docked in New Orleans. I had one day to explore this City. OMG! What a wild time. Yes, Bourbon Street is wild and … Continue reading

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Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition

Here is my fourth painting inspired by my novel, Daughter of the Howling Moon due out this November from Pen-L Publishing. The Bible represents the villan in the story, Reverend Jedidiah Wayne. Ol’ Jed and Ol’ Scratch are partners in … Continue reading

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The Long Island Medium-Theresa Caputo

When book-hunting, the first thing that draws my attention is the cover. Next to a great title, the book cover grabs by attention and makes me pick up the book. Then I flip it over to read the blurbs on … Continue reading

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Painting My Words-Take 2

This is the second picture I painted inspired by my new book, Daughter of the Howling Moon. This drawing portrays the essence of the novel as opposed to an actual scene. Benjamin Sol is the co-protagonist (like that term? I … Continue reading

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