Tag Archives: Daughter of the Howling Moon

Demon Fighters

In my book, Daughter of the Howling Moon, my hero, Bethany Ann is half mortal, half spirit. She is a demon fighter for God. In case you haven’t figured it out, the heroes in my books, be they from a … Continue reading

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The Importance of Hope

</ Ever read a book and hate it? I have. Chapter 1: I’m pretty sure the story isn’t one I want to hear. But. I stick with it. Hoping it will get better. Chapter 2: Not much better. Kinda interested … Continue reading

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VOICE AND STYLE NEVER GO OUT OF FASHION

I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately. I’ve fallen in love with Dean Koontz’s Odd Thomas books. For those of you not familiar with Odd Thomas, here is a nutshell rendition: Odd Thomas likes to think that he’s just … Continue reading

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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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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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Louisiana Swamp Smackdown

Here is my fourth picture from my new book, Daughter of the Howling Moon. I call it Lousianna Swamp Smackdown. According to Lady Tabitha, “Evil often times takes the shape of a dragon.” A fact that Benjamin Sol knows only … 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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