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Embracing my Diversity

Every once in awhile I get an itch for change. More than anything, I change my hair color and the look of this blog. Two weeks ago I added blond highlights to my hair. Today--a blog makeover. I changed the background and colors and font, added character profiles to the GVD page.

My multi-talented sister, Elle J Rossi, created the new banner above. Cool, huh? More on that in a minute. Two weeks from now I have an appointment with my fabulous website designer, Rae Monet. We're going to discus a whole new look for my website. For once, it's not just because I have an "itch". It's because, although I love the present hip, adventure, contemporary look, it no longer reflects my upcoming body of work.

In 2012 I'm debuting two new series. THE CUPCAKELOVERS--contemporary from St. Martin's Press. And THE GLORIOUS VICTORIOUS DARCYS--steampunk romantic fiction from NAL (Penguin). In 2013, I'm participating in a Christmas anthology with authors, Heather Graham, D…

New Look for E-Readers

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Every published author has a unique journey to share.  Universally writers are not offered the same opportunities nor do they make the same choices. There is no right or wrong as long as you stay true to your artistic self and somehow, some way make your stories available to the world.

Although I started my journey alone, I soon teamed up with an amazing writer, Cynthia Valero, who became, and remains, one of my best friends. We co-wrote three paranormal romances under the pen name CB Scott, all three published by ImaJinn Books. It was an exciting time and remains a great source of pride.

A few years later, I had the opportunity to publish my first solo novel--JINXED--with a new independent publishing house--Medallion Press. It was the start of something fabulous, the launch of my career as a solo author, and the basis for several long lasting professional friendships. I wrote six novels for Medallion. Three connected contemporary romances and three connected historical westerns. I lo…