Wishing to join the ranks of those who tell me they are in the know, I have decided to do this website. It will help introduce my readers to me and my books. Hopefully my visitors will find a little inspiration, or maybe something of interest or share their interests. And the odd curiosity seeker might just discover a strange tidbit or two, maybe just enjoy a laugh or a smile. Feel free to contribute, join in, voice your opinion, or make suggestions. I hope to be able to offer a little something for my efforts, if nothing else, just a smile for the day.

Here's your chance to win a free copy of the book, Something Taken. Enter on Goodreads, for the chance of being one of fifteen winners. I look forward to being able to share this with others, before the sequel is released at the end of November. Good Luck to one and all!

To be released August 10, 2013 on Amazon.com

Something Taken rev fin web

Life is exciting when you’re eighteen and on your own--making a new start and leaving your past behind.
Then everything changed. When she is pulled over by the police, Terry submits to the officer’s demands, too intimidated to resist. As the cop stalks her, life becomes overwhelming. With only a stray mutt to confide in and drugs to hide her shame, everything Terry hoped to achieve is slipping away. Something has been taken from her that she can’t get back.

And now the cop is dead.

When Deputy Andy Blakely finds her incoherent and covered in blood, helping her takes a disturbing twist. Discovering evidence he never expected, Andy realizes justice is a slippery concept. With Terry’s future at stake, he struggles with his own principles.
Duty commands he turn her in.
Compassion tells him she may become a scapegoat for corruption.


If I accomplish nothing else in life, at least I can serve as an example of what not to do.

Some mistakes are just too fun to make only once.

Don't take life too seriously, its not permanent.

Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most

Dear God, Please help me to be
the kind of person my dogs think I am

Jerrie's Logic

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