Thank you Maryann Huber Allen for another excellent review. I am happy you liked book 2 and are anticipating the next up. You might kill me by the end though. This is what an author wants to see, honest feedback. Check it out on If you have read either book 1 or 2 please feel free to leave a comment, review, psalm...whatever floats your boat. If you haven't read either yet, why the hell not? Head over to Amazon today and pick up your copies. Dream on, Dream

Fun Fact Friday

: Phantom pregnancy. Also know as False pregnancy, clinically termed pseudocyesis, is the b elief that you are expecting a baby when you are not really carrying a child. People with Pseudocyesis have many, if not all, symptoms of pregnancy -- with the exception of an actual fetus. When Nadine is outed as not having Cushing's as she told her friends the doctor told everyone she has Pseudocyesis. As you can imagine, this did not make for a happy Carter. Learn more about what ha

Fun Fact Friday

Sleep paralysis is a state, during waking up or falling asleep, in which a person is aware but unable to move or speak. During an episode, one may hallucinate (hear, feel, or see things that are not there), which often results in fear. Episodes generally last less than a couple of minutes. One of the major causes of sleep paralysis is sleep deprivation, or a lack of sleep. A changing sleep schedule, sleeping on your back, the use of certain medications, stress, and other


Our family are big readers. We always have been. Doesn't really matter what it is, we just love to read. It occurred to me one day I could be on the other side of that transaction. I could be the one people could be reading. Years and years and YEARS later, here we are. Two books out for purchase and another ready for pre-order with no plans on slowing down anytime soon. So here is my little one when she began her love of reading as well. SHH!! Don't tell her the book was up

Weekly Wisdom

"Overnight success is almost always a myth. Half of this industry is luck and half is the refusal to quit." Victoria Schwab. I can personally relate to this sentiment. I am just at the beginning of what I hope to be a long career as an author. It is hard work, almost like working a second job, with little return both mentally and financially. Still, when I read the reviews of the people who had read my work, it all seems worth it. So, if you have read my work, or any authors

Topic Tuesday

Today lets discuss the wandering mystery known as the Gypsies. In Last of the Dream Warriors, the Gypsies are a band of free thinking people who travel throughout the Realm. They hold no allegiance to any one kingdom and follow their own set of rules. Both AJ and Antonio's mother had been gypsy born and returned to the lifestyle once her children were born. Nadine finds the life of a gypsy fascinating because of the freedom they seem to have. They are free to love and be as t

Manic Music Monday

It only seems fitting that this song rule the day as it is just how I am feeling today. Don't let the naysayers get you down and never stop dreaming. Dream on, Dreamers!! #lodw


This is my baby girl and her crew from 2 years ago. Time flies when you are having fun. It was 2 years ago I made the determination to finally get published. It took me another year of procrastination before I really sat down and pumped out the first three books in the series. Dream big and keep dreaming, friends. Nothing in life comes free and we all have to work toward our goals. This is my dream, seeing my girl happy with her friends. Her dream for me is to see my bo

Sneak Preview Sunday:

Here's another addition of JEALOUSY. Things start to heat up when Nadine's worlds collide. What will this do to her relationship with Carter? Find out in the third installment dropping May 1st. Dream on, Dreamers! #lodw Jealousy: Josh shook it, happily. “Hey. Thanks for letting me sit with you. It has not been easy trying to figure all this out. I thank the Great Maker for Nadine. She has been heaven sent.” I cringed when he spoke about the Great Maker. While most people woul

Quote of the Week

“Some men see things as they are and ask, why; I dream things that never were and ask, why not.” A famous quote by George Bernard Shaw. Who was George Bernard Shaw? Ah, a history lesson! He was a Irish playwright who wont the Pulitzer Prize in Literature in 1925. He belonged to the Fabian Society which fought for a better way of life. They prompted for universal healthcare, introduced the idea of a minimum living wage and a national educational system. Sounds great, right? T