Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Time for a Blog Tour?

Join the tour. Leave a comment or send me an email if you'd like to host me or one of my characters during this blog tour. Ask about book reviews too. I'd love to hear from you. And please scroll down for links to lots of great places where generous writers and bloggers have hosted me.


Divide by Zero is available from:


Spotlights and news:

October 2nd: A novel of contemporary small-town life  dealing with family relationships, love, redemption and the haunting effects of childhood trauma and abuse. 


October 10th: Excerpt from the beginning of Divide by Zero:
October 5th: Meet single mom Mary in this excerpt:

Readers' Guide and reviews:

December 12th: "weaves [characters] together in relationships that work while carefully reminding us who each person is"

November 30th: “Great writing and storytelling”:
November 21st: “when tragedy strikes a community pulls together”: 

November 17th: A wonderful review on Gather:
November 7th: My fifth review:
October 30th: A fourth review:
October 28th: Book Reader's Heaven:
October 27th: Review excerpts and bookmarks on Gather:

October 27th: My second review:
October 22nd: My first review:
October 12th: Book group questions.

Interviews with author and characters:

November 17th: Interview with Amy Manemann:
November 2nd : Conversations divided by Zero with Dean Mayes:
October 28th: Writing Mathematician interviewed at Rachelle's Window:
October 27th: Mary Russel interviews Evie from Divide by Zero:
October 24th: My Next Big Thing at
October 22nd: Pat Bertram introduces me in an interview at
October 7th: Lee-Ann Graff-Vinson interviews me on Writing Commando:
October 3rd: Meet Peter, the garage guy, in this interview:
September 27th: Peter Joseph Swanson interviews me on Gather:

Guest Posts:
November 17th: Where the story came from, with Anne Petzer:
November 1st: Mathemagic with Joe Velikovski:
October 28th: Rasana Atraya: road from self-pub to e-pub to small-pub
October 22nd: Predators, and teaching our children to be safe, on Manic Monday:

October 19th: Seven steps to editing--or the day I almost said the church provided babies instead of diapers, on Glenda Bixler’s blog:
October 4th: On being a storyteller, a guest post on A. F. Stewart's blog:
September 30th: Friends, e-friends and countrymen, come visit Andi's Realm for my guest post on friendship and acquaintances at

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