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I’ve been asked to CRITIQUE someone’s work before, and my answer has always been a polite version of (Because I’m a writer) (which means I’m very busy writing my own crap) But recently when I heard about a fundraiser for author Julie Butcher (whose husband damn-near took off his leg with CHAINSAW). And so, now […]

03.27.14 | Chainsaw.

I have friend named Julie Butcher. You might have read her hugely entertaining column over at BuzzyMag. This weekend, Julie’s husband lost his grip on the chainsaw and damn-near sawed through his leg. He’s in the hospital and is looking at his third surgery in five days and months of PT. The medical bills will […]

I haven’t had a proper vacation for three years. That doesn’t mean that I’ve worked every single day, it simply means that I haven’t scheduled a premeditated sloth week for thirty-six months. Which is nuts, because dear husband and I have a place in Florida. Except we never get there, at least not at the […]

BIG NEWS! I have been sitting on this news since July of last year! Okay, someone start the drum roll, because now it’s finally time for my big reveal. I was invited to submit a story for Dead But Not Forgotten, which is an anthology based entirely on characters from Sookieverse–the world built around the […]

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02.21.14 | Blog Tour!!!

Leigh Evans's blog tour for her upcoming release, The Problem With Promises, begins today!

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The Problem With Promises

Lou had never pulled me so quickly into the broken puzzle of her deteriorating brain, except when I was asleep. When I was inside her head that deep, I couldn't spit out the fear that lay heavy on my tongue.

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The Problem With Promises

Lou had never pulled me so quickly into the broken puzzle of her deteriorating brain, except when I was asleep. When I was inside her head that deep, I couldn't spit out the fear that lay heavy on my tongue.

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