8 Writing in the Time of Coronavirus

All the way back in October, a million weeks ago, a writer friend of mine posted on Facebook that she was already working on her 2021 planner. I commented that I was still trying to get a handle on organizing 2020. She responded with a sad face. But I wasn’t kidding, and I wasn’t looking… Read More

2 Fur Babies

We all love our fur babies right? I’m a huge animal lover, and we sadly had to put down our beautiful Chocolate Labrador retriever, Jersey, a few years ago when she was 13. I tend to write animals into my stories as much as I can. I did a whole military series on K9 Dogs… Read More

2 The Tea Cake Connection

When my sister and I were young, my maternal grandmother used to make tea cakes all the time.  They weren’t really sweet, but they were round, rich and buttery. Most of the time I couldn’t wait until they came out of the oven. I remember watching my grandmother as she hummed her favorite hymn while… Read More

Modern Royals, Modern Problems

There’s no denying that life in the digital age has its advantages—online shopping, video chats with loved ones (looking at you 2020), and let’s not forget the endless supply of cat memes to cheer you up when you’re feeling down. But all this technology and instant access to information isn’t without its price. Just ask… Read More

A Dog’s Tale

How do you make a romantic story even better? You add in a dog. Reading about a couple finding their way to their happily ever after with a furry friend by their side is an added bonus. Many authors weave canines into their stories as a way of softening a character who may come off… Read More

3 The Supporting Cast

My Dark Desires series takes place in the distant future where man has fled to the stars. It’s a mixture of science fiction, paranormal, and romance and it follows the adventures, romantic and otherwise, of the crew of the spaceship, the Blood Hunter. It’s always been my favorite series to write, mainly because absolutely anything… Read More

The Thorns of Success by Harmony Williams

In July 2020, in the midst of a pandemic, I wrote the first drafts of three books back to back. It was the first time since I’d lost the function of my wrists that I’d been able to accomplish a feat of that magnitude. It felt incredible. The obsession with my books, always thinking about… Read More

Polyamorous Relationships: What’s the Deal?

These days it’s challenging to understand all the relationship rules between two people. Add a couple or more people into the mix and it’s enough to make your head spin. But what is polyamory exactly? Is it just a free for all? Something to avoid commitment? What about sanctity of marriage or being in a… Read More

1 Our Christmas Bell

The last ornament to go on every Christmas tree I put up—the Christmas bell. Let me take you back many years.  I had graduated from Texas Tech in May and by the end of August was teaching my first year in Amarillo, Texas. My husband of less than a year was in the army at… Read More