Uprooting is available on Amazon!
I’m in Colombia, South America visiting family as well as collecting a bunch of unique experiences to put into my 15th novel (yet to be titled!).
After putting a poll out on Facebook, Patreon, and Twitter, our community of readers has helped select the book cover for Uprooting, due out in March 2020. I love the cover. It symbolizes everything this story is about. It accurately depicts how Harper learns to root herself in the present moment and turn to the gentleness of nature to get past her limitations and grow to her full potential as an artist, lover, and friend. This story highlights her process to learn to forgive herself and learn that life is full of opportunities to learn and grow.
Here were some of the comments from those who choose this cover design:
“The vastness of the field/flowers makes it seem like she has her whole life ahead of her.” Emily Browning Cromer
“The field of yellow snapdragons brings a sense of peace. The color yellow represents so many things from Sunshine to happiness and loyalty. The fragrance of those flowers planted in mass brings back childhood memories. I think the pollinators would love this field!” Tammy Boughter
“I love the one with the flowers… it gives the illusion of a dream world, to me.” Natalie Wetherbee
“When I think of wellness, retreat, life coach and green witch I think of serenity and nature so definitely this one.” Cheryll Jones
“Flowers represent a world of issues that can try to define us. With all the beauty around oneself, our vision can still be blurred.” Author L L Shelton
So, here we go…
Revealing excerpts from my chapter in the new anthology, “I Bared My Chest: 21 Unstoppable Women Get Naked” show vulnerability is the best cure for fear!
Today is official book launch day for The Curvy Side of Life, and I have a swarm of butterflies taking up flight inside me.
I started writing The Dance a year ago after watching a TedTalk video with Dr. Marla Spivak about the declining honeybee populations.
I was so humbled to learn that Sandcastles was a Runner Up in the 2015 Rainbow Awards for Lesbian Contemporary General Fiction and Best Lesbian Book.
Who doesn’t love a good story around bees and dogs? I have an audiobook about dogs, A New Leash on Life, and a novel about bees, The Dance!
I’m so excited, and jumping into a bit of a happy dance because my upcoming novel, The Dance, is off to the editing team!