Sign of the CaminoSign of the Camino

What's better than a virtual book tour? Blog hopping! I was tagged by Camille Griep, who is writing a literary fantasy/women's novel called  Letters to Zell.




The 18th annual Baltimore Book Festival took place September 28, 29 and 30th, 2012. There were  nationally known writers

First, let me say, I did not write this review. But it pretty much sums up everything I love about this book. So enjoy this review by Reuben Polling on Dorkadia. Then go read the book.









I just finished reading Terry-Lynne DeFino's epic fantasy, A Time Never Lived.

Entrance to the Hotel SevillaEntrance to the Hotel Sevilla


There is one thing Cubans and EstadoUnidenses alike seem to agree on, and that is that the embargo must and will end, and that soon.

My friend, Diana Muñoz Stewart, is one of those cheerful and indefatigable people. So it was a bit of shock to find out she was so completely depressed the other day that she couldn't write and was resigned to watching TV. That was NOT the Diana I know.

Ceiba Tree in front of TempleteCeiba Tree in front of Templete


Big news: as a screenwriter, I am now represented by Alexia Melocchi of Little Studio Films. Melocchi is a literary manager for screenwriters, and will help me get my scripts, Imprinted, Destroying Angel, and Girl in Trunk, (the latter two co-written with John Leary) in front of the right people.