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Still looking for one or two more Beta Readers to read along with the draft of my sequel to Wake-Robin Ridge. If you are interested, please email me. (Contact info at top of page). I’m also working on the sequel to Swamp Ghosts, and will be sharing bits and pieces of that one, as well. Hope to hear from a couple of you!

Beta Readers Needed


This Could Be You
(If I wrote a book about orange octopi, that is.)

Still looking for a couple more Beta readers, as I get ready to start on the sequel to Wake-Robin Ridge.  If you think you’d enjoy being part of a book in the making, and even being able to add comments and suggestions that might make it into the published book, please email me. (Twitter folks can DM me, and Facebook friends can post or Message me, as well.) My email is listed in the Contact part of the menu. I promise to write you back with full details, so you can see if this is something you’d enjoy. (Maedez, I wrote you back pretty quickly, but my email was so messed up, I’m not sure if it got to you or not. I’m hoping you’ll decide to join us.)

I’m eager to hear from some of you who would enjoy doing this. Thanks for giving it your consideration.

Beta Readers Needed!


I’m looking for a few people who would be interested in reading my next book, chapter by chapter, as I go through the entire writing process. With Wake-Robin Ridge, I had several good folk who read the rough draft for me, as I went along, and gave me input that was invaluable in shaping my story. This is not the same thing as an Advanced Copy reading, and won’t be something everyone would be interested in. But if you think you’d enjoy being in on the ground floor and being able to offer suggestions about plot or character issues, at a time when it could influence the final outcome, please use the Contact Me button at the top of this page and email me for more details.

This second novel will be a romantic suspense set in Florida, with murder and mayhem on the wild and scenic rivers I’ve spent many years canoeing. Hope some of you might think it an interesting enough concept to want to come along for the ride. You will be able to read and comment at your own pace. Please don’t hesitate to write for more information if you are at all intrigued. Thanks for considering this. 

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