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One of my favorite movie scenes is in Ten Things I Hate About You, a remake of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew, when Kat visits the school counselor who pauses in writing her romance novel to offer droll advice. As a romance-writing future school counselor, reality has begun to mimic fiction.

I believe the world would be a better place if we could all enjoy a happily-ever-after through a romance story. In preparation for that day, I've been busy writing romance stories since I was a teenager. But it took a breast cancer diagnosis to jumpstart my motivation to get published. Now, I'm one year cancer free and still motivated.

While the world continues to spin, as a wife, mother, and school counselor-in-training, I make time to bring to life the characters meandering around in my brain and hope to bring a happily-ever-after to readers for years to come.

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Range of Mercy
Price: Free! Words: 9,420. Language: English. Published: October 1, 2013 by Timbercreek Press. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy, Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
Charlie disguised herself as a boy, but Thomas knew the truth, and though it put them all in danger, he kept her secret from the others. She didn’t stand a chance against the schemes of the self-appointed leader, Jonas Bannon, if he ever figured out the truth. Doing the right thing didn’t make Thomas a hero. But it did keep him human, and it did put him in range of mercy.
Price: Free! Words: 9,810. Language: English. Published: March 29, 2012 by Timbercreek Press. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
Charlie’s identity is secret. Her very presence places all in danger. In this dystopian romantic short story where a friend might be an enemy and an enemy might be a friend, seventeen-year-old Charlie protects her baby sister and herself from grotesque monsters outside the community as well as human ones inside. Will the truth save her or ultimately doom her to a fate worse than death?

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apocalypse    cherie marks    disguise    disguises    dystopian    hidden    hide    hiding    horror    identities    identity    into the fire    mercy    monster    monsters    paranormal    post apocalyptic    postapocalyptic    romance    romantic    suspense    teen    vampire    vampires    young adult    zombie    zombies   

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  • Writing Between the Sexes on March 31, 2012

    Very useful resource for writing from a feminine or masculine point of view. A must-have for authors of all genre. Great examples and usable information. Highly recommended.