All those of you who have read At Any Price know that Adam and Mia’s story did not start in that cold conference room where they met to discuss the rules of the virginity auction.
They’d actually known each other for over a year and only Adam was aware of that fact. He made the mistake of keeping that secret for far too long and almost lost her because of it.
Have you ever wondered what happened leading up to the events ofAt Any Price?
Girl Geek is the story of Eloisa and FallenOne
It will be published as a serial on my blog, which you can read for free. New content will come approximately every two weeks.
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The world according to Bren… I continue one of my blog features with a description of my “happy places.’ Every creator, whether writer, visual artist or peformance artist, needs to recharge his/her batteries. Creative energy is not infinite. It is not fair for us to expect to be able to continue creating/writing/sculpting/etc. without inspiration. For me, getting […]
For the few of you who do visit this blog intentionally and not by accident while googling “deep freeze snooze,” I apologize. Things have been mighty dormant here for a while as my attentions were focussed elsewhere. But with one big burden off my back (to be discussed soon, as in probably this week), I’m […]
On Saturday, I will be signing the JANE AUSTEN MADE ME DO IT anthology for the very first time. I’m so nervous that I’ve been obsessively practicing my signature so that it’s just right. Don’t want to make any screw-ups in someone’s book! Ugh! And what if I spell a person’s name wrong… white-out just […]
I’ve been invited to guest post on several different blogs this next month. Now stop laughing, you in the back row. I know what you are thinking. “But she barely posts on this blog…” And I guess you would be right. I haven’t had much to write about until the last month or so. But […]
Winning the short story contest and being included in a wonderful anthology—aside from all the awesomeness implied in those things—also provided me with a unique opportunity to get my feet wet in the shallow-end of the publishing business without being thrust into deep, cold waters to flounder my way back to the edge. It was […]
Many authors advise against reading reviews of your own work. I can see where it could be difficult to read tactless criticism, however, I just can’t resist finding out how people are reacting to my story and the anthology as a whole. I’m pleased to say that it is getting good reviews! And the lovely […]