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Red Sage Revealed Valentine’s Month contest!

Hi all, Just wanted to let you know about a really fantastic contest we’re running to celebrate the launch of Red Sage Publishing’s gorgeous new website and the new look Red Sage...
A sneak preview of LET SLEEPING DEMONS LIE

A sneak preview of LET SLEEPING DEMONS LIE

Just got the final proof of my second Demons novella, Let Sleeping Demons Lie, back from the Red Sage team. Yay! It’s soooo purty! And so darn cool to be able to load it onto...
I’ve met my match

I’ve met my match

I’ve finally met my match in speed-reading. My daughter’s devouring books from the local libraries faster than I can read them! Wouldn’t be so bad if she didn’t...

Warning: do not attempt to answer this device!

A man walks into his office. One of his colleagues stares at his bruised face and quite impressive black eye. “What the heck happened to you?” he asks. “Get into a...

Red Sage secrets revealed!

Red Sage Publishing has today launched its new-look website, and it’s stunning! Sexy new banner, sliding scroll of book covers, easy navigation, author pages…. This baby’s...

Even Demons Get Joyfully Reviewed

Checked my emails this morning before I raced out the door — as you do. And there’s a note from Theresa, MD of Red Sage Publishing, with a link to a review for Even Demons...
Let Sleeping Demons Lie – update

Let Sleeping Demons Lie – update

Just got the page proofs through for my second Demons novella, Let Sleeping Demons Lie. Looking goooood! It’s scheduled for a May 2010 release — YEEHA! Doing a happy dance… M

That scene I just can’t forget!

There’s a scene from Marian Keyes’ Sushi For Beginners that for some reason has always stayed with me. There’s something tender and funny and quite special about it...