Backlist Bonus: Dance Over Me

Backlist Bonus: Dance Over Me

Once upon a time, I used to dance around in my bedroom. Okay, I was in elementary school. And I had a four-poster-canopy bed with yellow (why?? I hate yellow!) bedding crammed into my small room in our trailer house. And since we lived up in the mountains at the time, about the only music I could get on the radio was the classical station. But just imagine a girl with romantic daydreams spinning oh-so-gracefully

Now Delivering Bite Sized Fiction for Busy People

Now Delivering Bite Sized Fiction for Busy People

If you’re anything like me, you’re on your phone a lot. Not talking or even texting. But scrolling through social media, playing games, or reading. Yes, reading. While there are apps featuring full-length books (like my vast Kindle library waiting to be read), there are also a multitude of serial fiction apps out there where those same full-length stories are delivered in bite sized pieces for busy people. So, I’m happy to announce that some

Sing a New Song – Meet Gloria Houghton

Sing a New Song – Meet Gloria Houghton

Gloria quirked a finely plucked eyebrow in Dani’s direction. “Try to keep up.” And so we met the character that more than one reader hated and one reviewer wanted to “purse whomp.” In Dance Over Me, Gloria Houghton stepped onto the stage as the resident star with the handsome boyfriend who somehow felt threatened by the newest actress to join the company…and stirred up trouble In an attempt to oust the newcomer. And then an

Focus On Love – Meet Ryan Callahan

Focus On Love – Meet Ryan Callahan

It seems there’s a bit of excitement brewing here at The Wardrobe Dinner Theatre. That nice girl in the box office–Liz–filled us in on a bit, but then I overheard the owner say he was holding a full cast meeting to discuss the robbery with everyone. Wish I could eavesdrop…Oh, wait. That’s part of Dance Over Me. (Aren’t I a devious author to tease you with stories like that…) Anyhow, maybe we can pick up

Celebrating the Big and Little Wins (Plus a Giveaway)

Celebrating the Big and Little Wins (Plus a Giveaway)

Some days are meant for throwing a party and celebrating little wins. Today is one of them. It’s been a long year so far with many ups and downs…and my goal list for the year only has a couple things checked off. But if you’ve spent any time around me and my blog, you’ve probably picked up that I’m a natural optimist. It’s going to be okay and I’ve got hope that the tiny steps

Dance Over Me – Reviews Galore

Dance Over Me – Reviews Galore

Can I just say that last week was a blessing? Dance Over Me took a long time to find publication–like almost six years after I wrote it–but I have to believe it came at just the right time. Especially when I’ve spent time reading the first reviews and hearing from other readers how the story touched a place deep in their heart (including one woman who shared about being reunited with her birth mother). If

Dance Over Me – Opening Day

Dance Over Me – Opening Day

At long last, the curtain is rising and it’s opening day for Dance Over Me…and there’s a lot going on over at my Facebook Page. In fact, the main character from the novel, Danielle Lefontaine, is taking over for a few days! She’ll be giving backstage tours, introducing other members of the cast, and even sharing a few videos from The Wardrobe’s first show, 42nd Street. I’ll try to circle back here and embed some of

Dance Over Me – Meet Alex Sheridan

Dance Over Me – Meet Alex Sheridan

Welcome to The Wardrobe Dinner Theatre. As we count down toward Opening Day, today we’d like to introduce you to a member of the Sheridan family. Alex is a master at the trumpet and also directs the band. Let’s welcome this talented young man to center stage for a few minutes. Thanks. I don’t usually get the spotlight. In fact, the band often feels invisible, probably because our orchestra pit is located underneath the main

Dance Over Me – Meet Danielle Lefontaine

Dance Over Me – Meet Danielle Lefontaine

The Wardrobe Dinner Theatre is happy to introduce one of the newest members of the cast, Danielle Lefontaine. She wowed the director with some fancy footwork at her audition and stole the heart of the Sheridan family matriarch with some soulful singing. As part of the ensemble in our opening show—42nd Street—prepare to be amazed by the rhythm of her dancing feet. Join me in giving a warm Wardrobe welcome to the multi-talented Danielle. Please,