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At Last ...
My daughter Kat was always ridiculously precocious. She said her ABC's at 10 months (Honest! I have video to prove it!), and taught herself to read at two. She wrote her first stories--about her faithful Beanie Baby cats picnicking and losing a collar--before she turned three. She was hooked on writing the first time she read those stories aloud, and she's been writing ever since. Prolifically. Brilliantly. She wrote a 30,000 word story at eight, and at sixteen, she won two awards for her fiction and poetry, competing against adults. She's nineteen now, and I'm proud to say that she's as at skilled as I am, now. It's been crazy-fun to watch her grow as a writer. All the while, I've harbored a secret hope that she'd want to collaborate with me someday. So I'm very happy to announce that Not a Lady, the first book we've collaborated on, is now available. It was so much fun writing this book with her. I have favorite lines and scenes in every book, but in this one, my favorite line, "Dance, fool! Dance!" came from Kat. I know I'm her mama, and I'm supposed to be biased, but she's really good, and I know you'll enjoy her work.
Beginning with Not a Lady, I'm offering two different versions of each of my books--one with overt sensuality and one without. I respect my readers' choices and assure you that both versions contain all of the emotional punch of a great romance. For more on my decision, see my blog post here.
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