Thursday, April 26, 2012

Tell A Story...

CONGRATULATIONS to Mel Bourn. She won an eBook copy of her choice from my back list. Thanks to everyone who left me a comment! I loved hearing from you!


Welcome to the Tell A Story Blog Hop! Thanks for stopping by...

Who do I have to thank for my recent Ebook success? The voices inside my head!

For as long as I can remember, the dialogue has always played out in my mind. I realize most people who hear voices in their head usually think that's a problem. I, on the other hand, think it’s a problem when I don't hear those voices. Some of my best stories come from a few lines of conversation created when I'm standing in line at the supermarket or when I'm driving to the mall. Sometimes I don't even make it to the mall because I have to turn around and start putting to paper what I've just come up with. Well, that's not entirely true, since I always make it to the mall, especially when Macy's is having a sale. But, you get my point. (I always carry a notebook in my bag for such emergencies!).

The plots and conversations keep flowing, but I'm not complaining. I'm glad I finally found a place to work them out and get the stories published. Now I don't feel so crazy!

I hope you'll get lost in my words.

I'm offering one Ebook from my backlist today. Please leave me a comment with your email address and I'll choose one random winner. You can view my books here and let me know which one you would like if you were to win. I think I have a little something for everyone.


Don't forget to check out the other authors on the hop...


  1. Nice to see that the conversations in our minds can lead to writing some fab stories. Ty for the contest.

    I would like this if I were to win: Be My Everything


  2. Hi! I cant say that i write anything, but boy do i talk to myself and have conversations in my head. I sometimes even argue with myself. No writings have came from it but i c can keep things interesting up there. lol Thank you for the great giveaway and the fun hop!! Have a great weekend! ;)

    1. Thanks for hopping in! I hear you... my voices argue with me all the time. lol

      Have a great weekend!

  3. I love coming by to visit!! I wish I had the amazing talent to write. I am fortunate enough to find great authors who tell wonderful stories!! I have enjoyed reading a few of your stories as well. Thank you!
    bournmelissa at hotmail dot com

    1. Thanks, Mel! I'm happy you've liked my stories. That makes me smile:) Have a wonderful weekend.

  4. There's nothing wrong with talking with or to yourself I do at least once or twice a week, no writing conversations as of yet and I don't hear character voices in my at least not yet.

    I'm an aspiring author and so far most of my ideas come to me either when I'm supposed to be asleep, when I'm doing something else, or when I'm just waking up.

    I guess I'm a dream writer for now, but hey it works!

    All your books sound really intriguing, I'd like Dominant The Lonely if I win.

  5. Oh, I would have a hard time deciding which book...The 3 that I really, really want are: The Lonely Dominant, Embracing the Unexpected, and Be My Everything. I have added all to my wishlist, LOL.
    manning_j2004 at yahoo dot com
    (it is a j after the _)