1 Let a Great Book be Your Valentine

Roses are red, violets are blue, chances are great there’s a terrific new book being released this February just right for you! Just glance below to see the list of fantastic reads awaiting you this month, all written by Writerspace Top Shelf authors. Walking on Air “A Valance Family Novel” By Catherine Anderson Mass Market… Read More

15 Are Animals the Best Judge of Character?

They say animals are smarter than people, sometimes, when it comes to knowing the bad guys from the good guys. I’m sure that’s not always true—but when my dogs (two terriers who basically love all people, all the time) are wary of someone we meet, I tend to keep my distance. And I’ve never been… Read More

Familiar Faces

In my May 2013 release, A SPEAR OF SUMMER GRASS, I introduced Delilah Drummond, a heroine who is not for the faint of heart. Her story starts off in her own words and gives you a pretty good idea of who she is: Don’t believe the stories you have heard about me. I have never… Read More


Most people agree that the finest chocolate in the world comes from Belgium. There is a shop in my town that claims it comes from Venezuela, but I have made a deep study of the issue and have even managed to pinpoint the town and even the shop that has the FINEST CHOCOLATE EVER. It’s… Read More

5 The Story Behind ALL FOR YOU

When I wrote ALL FOR YOU, I was contemplating giving up writing. I was angry about a lot of things, some real life, some related to writing but all in all, I was not in a good place. I put everything I had into that book and thankfully, my editor fell in love with it…. Read More

3 I’m Just a Twit for Twitter

I’ve become quite the social media maven: I sent my first-ever tweet tonight. Since I have 0 followers and follow 0 tweeters I have my doubts about the impact my historic foray into the Twitterverse Is likely to have. Luckily, I’m good with that. See, I had no desire for my missive to enlighten, persuade… Read More

Meet Tabitha M. Brown

We recently interviewed Tabitha about her new home and the changes in her life. Her answers were heartfelt, honest and thought-provoking. Q: We understand you were devastated when your fiancé was killed in an accident. How did you cope? Tabitha: That’s just it. I didn’t cope. Oh, I continued to teach my ninth grade English… Read More

The Surrender Trilogy is Now Complete!

Readers are raving about Coming Home by Lydia Michaels! The conclusion of the savage, sensual Surrender trilogy in which betrayal, pain, and vengeance threaten to destroy a passion between two damaged souls… Evelyn “Scout” Keats thought she finally found her long-sought happiness in billionaire Lucian Patras. But even though Lucian has always treated her like… Read More

Boots Under Her Bed

Callie has done a lot of crazy things, but it’ll take one more to prove she isn’t nuts: find a husband, fast! I wanted to open my story with a girl, Callie, who is desperate to marry, so desperate that she’ll do anything to find a husband.  So the story opens with Callie and her… Read More

Ten Tips For Living With A Writer

Probably my most memorable moment during the writing of THE LION AND THE ROSE came along one evening when my husband arrived home from work, only to be greeted by a distracted and wild-eyed wife rushing down from her study. “Hi,” I said breathlessly, “do you mind starting dinner? I’ve got a guy roped to… Read More