Some stories need a second take. Life has been hard for lesbian short film director Bee Taylor since she left behind her best friend, but a family emergency opens up old wounds and brings a chance for reconciliation.
It's been a long time in the making, but it's finally done. My new novel, SPLIT (Moving On #3), is available! When three's company becomes three's a crowd, what's a girl to do? Here’s a taste of what you have to look forward to. SPLIT © Adan Ramie CHAPTER 1 There was a time … Continue reading Preview: SPLIT (Moving On #3)
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Every once in a while, I read a post that I like so much that I have to share it with you all. This is one of those posts. It comes from Erin Saluta at Women & Words and talks about broadening our horizons as readers. A reader’s perspective on trying a new sub-genre. … Continue reading Try it! You just might like it. [Reblog]
Today is the anniversary of one of the most amazing things to ever happen to me.
The last book in my lesbian suspense trilogy is finally out, and I have mixed emotions.
Choosing a book cover is hard work. Can you help?
Last time, Rachel met The One through the meddling of her best friends. This time, Haley is in search of her own true love.
Can mothers of small children really achieve a state of peace and loving-kindness in the midst of diapers, colic, and smeared fingerprints?
When a string of murders pop up in their sleepy town, a small-town sheriff and his coroner best friend must find the killer before either of them is next.