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This is Mt. Hood at a 7,000 foot vantage point. A gang of us stayed at Silcox Hut (Google-able) for the weekend. Tons of fun and I even got my writing in while everyone else was skiing. :-)

Photo of the month: This is Mt. Hood from a 7,000 foot vantage point. A gang of us stayed at Silcox Hut (Google-able) for the weekend. Tons of fun, and I even got my writing in while everyone else was skiing.

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What’s on my mind as April begins? I’m looking forward to a quieter month. March was hectic with Left Coast Crime, other events, and weekends away. I’m eager to hunker down with my second novel and finally iron out the current revision.

On the home front, I’ve been organizing and purging. However, now I seem to be taking that a huge step further: home ownership! I’m about to start looking around as a first-time home buyer. Exciting! Scary! But exciting!

Check out this blog post from March. I hit my one-year anniversary as a published author on St. Patrick’s Day.

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Family secrets, betrayal, and vengeance from beyond the grave … Merrit Chase has just discovered her long-lost father

In Kilmoon, my debut novel, Californian Merrit Chase travels to Ireland to meet her father, a celebrated matchmaker, in hopes that she can mend her troubled past. Instead, her arrival triggers a rising tide of violence, and Merrit finds herself both suspect and victim, accomplice and pawn, in a manipulative game that began thirty years previously. When she discovers that the matchmaker’s treacherous past is at the heart of the chaos, she must decide how far she will go to save him from himself—and to get what she wants, a family.