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A big Aloha to my readers and whoever else is lucky enough to stumble into my website by accident. My romantic comedy, VACATIONISTA, was published in July 2013 and you can read an excerpt here and purchase it from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, Kobo and Apple.

So who am I? I’m just a girl, an American girl who writes stories that are fun and funny, sweet and sexy. Stories that let you escape for a few hours so you can  forget about that crappy day at work and that idiot boss who never gives you credit … or forget about that guy who didn’t text you back, he’s an idiot … or forget how the drive-thru server messed up your venti, skinny, four pump hazelnut macchiatto latte that you were ordering to soothe the stress of the idiot boss or idiot guy. The world is full of idiots. My goal is to make you forget them. If I succeed drop me a line.  If I haven’t, well I suggest you try either Yoga, Meditation, Xanax or Raspberry flavored Vodka… I guarantee one of the four or a combination thereof will work.**

I’m also an unapologetic fan of chick lit. Chick lit rules. All the great romantic comedy films are basically chick lit screenplays. Love Actually? Yep. Notting Hill? Yep. Sleepless in Seattle? Yep. The Holiday? Yep. Reservoir Dogs? Umm … no. Definitely not. But love Tarantino. Okay, let’s move on. 

I like to call my novels Bliss Lit – chick lit’s wiser, more self-assured big sister who is seeking her bliss – personally, professionally and romantically. And aren’t we all seeking our bliss? And you deserve to find yours. And you will. And if it doesn’t come soon enough, refer to the four remedies above.

VACATIONISTA is Book One in the Sole Mates Series. Each book is a stand alone with the lead characters connected through the fab upscale shoe boutique, Sole Mates.

I am a member of Romance Writers of America (RWA) and have served my local RWA chapter – Saguaro Romance Writers – as Vice President of Programs.

Thanks for stopping by,

Photo courtesy of Tara Simone

Photo courtesy of Tara Simone


**I do not advocate mixing prescription drugs and over the counter medicine a.k.a. alcohol as this could be dangerous and I need you alive so you can read my books. I am however a fan of mixing one or the other substance with outrageously difficult yoga moves. You have no idea how limber you really are.