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Author Note, August 1, 2015

Wow... I can't understand that I haven't written a single blog post since May. Where did June and July go? Oh... right... I've been working... Yep, that's right, I've been working like crazy to get 'Lost' out on deadline date, and believe it or not, but I actually beat the date - with two whole days!!! I feel pretty awesome!!! I even gave myself three whole hours before I sat down and started writing on book three in the series... Yeah, I know... I think I went a bit mad there for a short time, especially since we're flying to France in a week and nothing is fixed, not even my daughter's passport, and I have books to read and beta-read, and one scifi-book with an awesome heroine to write a review on. You should definitely check it out on Amazon:, and when you're at it, go and check out the authors' website, as well:

But now, go and check out my book under 'Books' here on my website (or on Amazon, or Kobo, if you prefer that).

And if you haven't read it yet, go and get the first book in the series; 'In the Hands of the Unknown', as well. If you like horror set in a gritty urban reality, combined with realistic characters and relationships, I'm sure you'll love my books.

Have a wonderful time tonight. Watch the blue moon and hug someone you love, even if it's your old, worn-out teddy.

Hugs and kisses,


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