Expect a love story when you read my books.  They’ll be heavy on character development and storyline with no sex or cursing.  I want the story to carry you through and keep you so engrossed that you can’t help but to keep flipping the pages!


I recently read an article that talked about how important it is for authors to clarify their brand.  As a graphic designer, I deal with branding every day and know how important it is, but didn’t always consider how this applies to authors too.

Branding basically is how a business, or author, creates a name or symbol that sets them apart from other products.  It’s the colors, logo, style, and overall feel of the business.  In this case, the ‘business’ is the books an author writes.

This thought has stuck with me as I think it’s important to clarify the types of books I write.  I’ve researched the romance heading, which is very broad, vs a love story and I’ve posted about that before. 

My books fall under the love story heading because often something besides love is at stake and the plot doesn’t revolve around the romance, but the characters (and their flaws).

I like to write about a couple’s journey, which means my books will always be heavy on the storyline as the characters move through whatever trials are set in their path.  The journey is usually not easy, and there isn’t a guarantee that everything will be hunky-dory along the way, but my hope is that you’ll cheer for and cry with the characters as they grow and hope for their own happily-ever-after.



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