Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Listen to my Radio Show from December 1st, 2014

If you missed my radio interview last night, here's the link. Host, Doug Dahlgren, managed a very professional interview during which I was able to talk in-depth about A RED, RED ROSE and EAGLEBAIT, as well as the sequel to ROSE, publication date TBA: BENEATH THE STONES. I'd love some comments!

Super holiday wishes for all!

Monday, November 10, 2014


Check out Elaine Black's log today where I am guest author. A quick fun read that tells you how I look at writing romance.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Christmas is closer than you think!

I am pleased to announce my guest blog about Christmas in Hawaii. Please check this out! Love your comments!

Monday, September 8, 2014

My Guest Blog with Wild Women x2

Please join me and my protagonist Ashby Overton from A RED, RED ROSE as we blog on WildWomenAuthorsX2 today. I'd love your comments!

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one of our own is visiting my dual author blog this week with Ashby Overton, female protagonist of her recent release out of The Wild Rose Press, A Red Red Rose.
We hope you'll stop by and say hey at: 
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Thursday, May 22, 2014

EAGLEBAIT revised to include e-book and updated with cyber-bullying

Please take a look at the new, revised EAGLEBAIT, now available in both print and e-book:


Check out my guest blog on bullying

Alan Eisenberg posted my blog on using fiction for anti-bullying programs. Please read and I would love to hear some responses!


Wednesday, April 16, 2014

FRAMED by Nikki Andrews

Worldwide Release for FRAMED by Nikki Andrews

 Framed is a quick, fun read.
When a lost painting by local artist Jerry Berger surfaces at the Brush & Bevel, a New Hampshire art gallery, the owner, Ginny Brent, sets out to gather facts about the ten-year old mysterious death of Berger and his model Abby. As Elsie Kimball and Sue Bradley, employees at the Brush & Bevel, aid Ginny in her efforts to track the provenance of the Berger painting, they unearth some surprising and damning evidence about the deaths of the artist and his appealingly-nude model. The mystery lies not only in the cause of the deaths, but in the life of the painting itself.
Andrews’ intimate knowledge of the framing and art industry provides fascinating background information for the mystery.  She fleshes out the novel with quirky New Englanders—from a fishmonger to a local policeman, a jeweler who is deathly afraid of frogs, a customer with terrible taste in art and several bar (that’s bah) owners.
Framed propels the reader to the last page with just enough light-touch humor to soften the edges of a grisly double death. The novel is surely artfully framed.