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Might As Well Jump

April 12, 2018 at 5:48 pm | Author Life | Sayre | : Thumbtack

The biggest risk that I would like to take is pitching my series to a major publisher. This month I have the opportunity to do just that. Harlequin has an imprint for erotica and they are holding an open submissions call until the end of the month. My plan is to finally take that risk

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“Might As Well Jump”

Jaded Audiobook

February 19, 2018 at 2:06 pm | News and Announcements | Sayre | : Thumbtack

I am excited to announce that I have decided to release Jaded in audiobook format! This past week I have acquired a narrator, negotiated terms, and they have the manuscript. Look for updates on the process here on the blog in the upcoming weeks. The audiobook will be available on iTunes, Audible, and Amazon when

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The Audiobook Process

January 24, 2018 at 11:04 am | Author Life, Behind the Scenes | Sayre | : Thumbtack

If you follow the blog on a regular basis you have seen the very short post I put up the other day about Jaded being brought to audiobook format. It’s a super short announcement, but you can find it here. As for this post, I wanted to write a little bit about the process so

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“The Audiobook Process”

Memories of Holidays Past

December 24, 2017 at 6:00 pm | General | Sayre | : Thumbtack

Tomorrow is Christmas and I will be spending it with family like I do every year. This year since my mother hosted Thanksgiving we are doing Christmas at my house. I’m stupid excited for the day even though it’s a lot of work.  As my children have gotten older it’s been harder each year to

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“Memories of Holidays Past”

The Forgotten Cop

June 1, 2015 at 4:19 pm | Behind the Scenes | Sayre | : Thumbtack

What would the average citizen say if it were proposed the police officers be assigned to a neighborhood which was inhabited by no one but criminals and those officers would be unarmed, patrol on foot and be heavily outnumbered? I wager that the overwhelming public response would be that the officers would have to be

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“The Forgotten Cop”