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Author, reader, blogger? All of the above. I've been a bibliophile since I was a little girl reading Laura Ingalls Wilder books while sitting sideways on my rocker as summer breezes blew through my window. I loved books so much, I majored in English and communications in college. A writer for more years than I care to mention, I was a journalist and magazine editor before my kids were born. During the time I took time off from work to raise my two sons, I got the idea for my first novel and have been writing fiction ever since.

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A GROOVY KIND OF LOVE nominated for 2015 Readers' Choice Award in Women's Fiction

Posted on March 16, 2015 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

I'm happy to announce that A Groovy Kind of Love has been nominated in the Women's Fiction/Chick Lit category of the 2015 Readers' Choice Awards over at the awesome BigAl's Books and Pals review blog.

Voting started on Saturday, 3/14, and will continue until…


A Sense of Place in Fiction

Posted on January 6, 2015 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Authenticity is an important part of fiction, believe it or not.

Think of some of the classics, like Jane Austen’s Meryton, Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford, or Louisa May Alcott’s Concord. Each location has its own story, and I was drawn to writing part of Naperville’s through the Bibliophiles series to chronicle this picturesque little city as I see it every day.

Surprisingly diverse in some neighborhoods on the North side and almost stuffed into its boundaries with a 144,000+…


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