Change in the air : Accidental Roots and Elle Keaton going wide


I hope everyone is doing well on this Wednesday almost Thursday.

Only nine days until the release of the sixth in my accidental roots series -- finally Ira gets to share why he was such a grumpy man-ho. Pre-order is up and running on Amazon for Ira and Cam's story, why wait? Click on over!

You've also probably seen the MASSIVE BLOG TOUR announcements on Facebook and Twitter and the cover reveal of Unforgivable, in a word: Gorgeous. Enough about that for now. I will continue daily updates of where you can read a little more and enter for a chance to win a copy of As Sure As the a few more in the Booking Room FCBK group (see that handy link?)

The really big, really scary, news is that I am taking all of my books off of KU. In future, I may not publish using KDP at all but will instead use Draft2Digital, which is an independent distributor where I can load to several storefronts (ie: BN, KOBO, iBooks etc.) from just one place. I tell you, writing books is a lot of administrative work. If you are considering self-publishing I cannot recommend them enough. Their help dept. is responsive and amazingly helpful!

Therefore, as of May 18, the very day Unforgivable is live, all Accidental Roots novels will be out of KU. I imagine I will lose some readers, although I hope not. But, as a small author/publisher, I cannot afford to have my livelihood dictated to by, basically, a bully.

Strong words? Yes.

This morning I received this notice:


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The email is at best ambiguous, and since I only advertise through AMS (amazon marketing services), Facebook/Instagram and two newsletters, I am not sure where to look to find these 'bad readers'. This past month I added a Bookbub ad and another newsletter. This notice refers to March, not April. None of those things happened in March.

What did I do? I expanded my AMS advertising, I messed with my keywords and tried to figure out what the hell optimal SEO is. Aside from the KDP content review team mysteriously declaring my earnings (not insignificant in March, for me anyway) illegitimate, they seem to think I will be able to wave a magic wand and discover what has happened. Yes, I have written back asking for more information. No, I do not expect to get it.

I am extremely lucky to have a partner who supports me and my writing, who even after today says: 'Go work on the next book, I'll buy you dinner and drinks.' I don't know what I'd do without him.

Ironic that I was already planning on taking my books out of KU at the very least. This little notice has just spurred me on. I will absolutely continue to offer my books in mobi (Kindle) format - no need to worry there. Another thing freedom from KU will allow me to do is run more promotions of my books. So if you like instafreebie or things like that stay alert!

Thank you so much for joining me on this journey, bumpy rides and all, readers are the best and I love you all.



The next I was saying

As I was saying before I rudely interrupted myself days ago...I'm working on a new thing. I've written about half of the first book - maybe a little less, we'll see after it comes back from a trusted source who will yay or nay it. It's a mishmash of urban fantasy and paranormal romance and whatever else I find to throw in there.

The three book series is tentatively titled (until I hate it so much I have to come up with something new) Codex Obscura in which a 'bibliophile changeling with sticky fingers unwittingly saves the day', and is set in the Pacific Northwest. How's that for a premise?

This is a stretch for me genre-wise and my writing muscle is feeling it. One of the things I have done is start a Pinterest board to help with visuals, not something I've used before but I'm having a lot of fun researching various ideas and am looking forward to sharing these new characters when I can! I'm still trying to figure out the purpose of Pinterest (as well as Tumblr) but maybe it will help me keep focus? What do you use Pinterest for? Tumblr? Any hints?

Also, you know, promo....if you have gotten this far...I am offering a chance to win a free copy of River Home, all you have to do is follow me on Amazon!  


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See this #AmazonGiveaway for a chance to win: River Home (Accidental Roots Book 5) (Kindle Edition). NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Ends the earlier of Mar 8, 2018 11:59 PM PST, or when all prizes are claimed. See Official Rules

River Home, What's up next and a winter writing retreat. A blog about nothing.


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I'm sitting here at a kitchen table, not mine, mesmerized by the inexorable push and retreat of huge waves as they smash into the little beach not even forty feet from me. It's nasty out there today, the hovering clouds are at least 50 shades of gray (cough). Hardy seagulls glide along the wind, they seem to be fishing but I am not sure for what in this weather -- there were brown pelicans out yesterday.

Wow, I am very lucky to be able to escape the day to day grind, to be embedded for a little while, with fellow authors who I can bounce ideas off of or just work quietly alongside. 

'River Home' is out in the world and it seems readers are liking it. There are still a few review sites to come so keep your eyes out -- thank you so much for 'liking' and 'sharing'. I've been trying to post reviews on my facebook page but you might just as likely find links on my Twitter feed or Instagram.

So, you wonder, what's up next? 

Good question.

I have a lot of things going on right now, there are definitely outlines for two more Accidental Roots novels -- I've been working on #6 this weekend. With luck and persistence, I'm hoping to have it out to readers around mid-April. Unless...

Unless the paranormal-urban-romance-fantasy I have also been working on takes over my life. Then that one would be next. I'm not opposed to taking a little break from Accidental Roots so I can let the characters steep for a little while. We shall see.

So, this really is a blog about nothing, except that I am glad to see folks loving Nate and Miguel...I'm glad to be writing this weekend and mother nature is pretty freakin' awesome.





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If you don't know what you want - would you know if you found it?

River Home Preorder Available now AMAZON


Six days and Miguel and Nate will be in your hands and out of mine. Their trip has been a fabulous one for me to be a part of, I sincerely hope you enjoy reading River Home as much as I enjoyed writing it. 

Spread the word far and wide, you, readers, are my best advertisement and I appreciate every effort you make on my, and other indie authors, behalf. Between us we have shown the big publishing houses that readers are starving for diversity in reading material -- yay! Now we need to keep the momentum going forward.

Have a great week, a happy valentines day (if you celebrate) and ....keep it real.


River Home, upcoming dates and whatnot.

Twenty-Seven (27!) days and River Home leaves the nest. Sniffle.

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I won't inundate all of you with a ton of updates but thought it would be nice to do a rundown of what's coming up, where to look for fun stuff and blog tours ... that kind of thing.

February 3rd I will be, uh, 'taking over' the QueerRomanceInk facebook page from 10-12 PST. Save me now. Yes, giveaway. Something for certain.

February 7th ....drum roll.... lovebytesreviews is hosting the River Home cover reveal! There will be a chance to win the book of your choice from my backlist <3. I'll be offering all formats including a hard copy. River Home will also be available for pre-order from Amazon on the 7th.

27 days! Official release day is February 16th -- my *late* valentine gift to readers. Friday the 16th I will be at the Novel Approach with an interview and a chance to win an e-copy of River Home. Somewhere along the way I will stop by JoyFully Jay and maybe a few others ....*wipes forehead*

Over the release weekend and the week beyond, a variety of blogs will be hosting RH -- A loud shout out to Signal Boost Productions for making this happen for River Home.

Bayou Book Junkie

Padme's Library

Sarandipity Book Reviews

The Geekery Book Review

Dog-Eared Daydreams

Hearts On Fire Reviews

Valerie Ullmer | Romance Author


Diverse Reader

Drops of Ink

Making it Happen

Book love

Wicked Reads

Reflecting on 2017...looking ahead at 2018, thoughts, musings, hopes.

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River Home

If you don’t know what you want, would you recognize it if you found it?

Cover reveal and chance to win an ebook 02.07.2018



If you are reading this you probably already know that for this human anyway, 2017 was an incredible year. With sweaty nervous hands, I hit the 'submit for pre-order ' button in late February and then waited. It scared me on so many levels, exposing myself as an author (right?) as someone who thought I legitimately had something to offer readers. Storm Season -- my first child -- continues to sell, a constant surprise since it is far from perfect. Regardless, reader acceptance and excitement for more kept me moving forward. 

Four self-published novels by the end of fall ....and a learning curve so steep it was almost perpendicular. My takeaway from 2017 is: Do it. Do it. Don't let fear hold you back if something doesn't work the way you want get back up, brush off and try again. Listen to people in the industry -- there is a lot of experience out there. Subscribe to newsletters, listen to writers you admire not only for their work but for what they do that works. My three favorite technologies/apps 1. Twitter. If you're not on Twitter as a writer or reader you are missing out. 2. Instagram. counterintuitive for writers (and yes I am a photographer as well) but readers are on Instagram --- go there. 2. go here. make stuff easily for all your social media platforms. Then use it. 

Drum roll please ...... 2018! First off, River Home (Accidental Roots 5) is coming out on February 16th. Can't wait to share Miguel and Nate with everyone. 

2018 Goals 1. Add one more novel to the queue. I think I can do it. I'd like to do a holiday or a quasi-holiday novella. We'll see. I won't be able to attend GRL this year, I've gone the past three so this is a hard choice but I'm getting MARRIED and want to save for a honeymoon. That said goal 2. attend a different conference -- I'm seriously considering the Emerald City Writers Conference, will for certain be at Read With Pride Northwest in the fall. 3. NETWORK. The bane of my existence. I am going to try harder, put myself out there more, engage and interact. Not a goal -- a plan! I am starting a new series.....I'm about 10k in right now, hoping to have it in front of you by mid-April. If I tell you these things then I will do them!

Lastly, I woke to great news this morning. Padmes Library picked Storm Season as one of their favorite mystery-genre reads for 2017. I am flattered, I am stunned, I still feel like an imposter. 

click here to see the incredible authors I am included with!

Thank you for an incredible 2017.




Rules to live by: Keaton style

1. Don't Panic.

2. Don't walk with your hands in your pockets on ice.

3. Don't play cards with a guy named Vinnie.

Don't Panic: Update

Still trying to figure this out - but it may be solved by requesting a price match ..... will keep you updated

Storm Season is (maybe) coming off Amazon for a few days. It should be back on Monday (hopefully). The short story is that when an author publishes directly with the the big A they don't have as much control over the pricing as they might like. Publishing directly through them means using KDP.  Lesson learned.

Slowly, over the next few months, I will be moving my work to an aggregate that allows more freedom for me. Don't fret too much. No Pressure will be up on KU through the 25th. Spring Break and As Sure As the Sun will stay at least through the end of February 2018. 

The good news for readers is that Accidental Roots will now be available in ebook format on other sites like Barnes and Noble, Kobo and iBooks.

2&3 are really self-explanatory.


But wait, you gasp, what about book 5? The one you are supposed to be working on? 

Don't Panic.

I am working on it, I have the title and cover art I just need to write those last 15k words -- the end is in sight! I love these two characters and am going to miss them after they have gone out into the big bad world. Look for it mid-February.




Quick Post: Naughty or Nice?

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It's rainy. It's cold. it's dark. Have I mentioned rainy? Oh, and windy.

Get ready for Christmas in Skagit...

Click over to the main menu and you will find the page where I am posting Naughty or Nice the holiday short featuring Adam and Micah from Storm Season. It's free. My present to you from me for being so incredible and supportive over the last year.

Let me know what you think! I'll probably bundle it together when its finished and offer the whole thing (maybe I'll even have it printed...).

Gotta get back to Miguel and Nate I left them in a very tense fight scene!!


Love Always Wins

Release wrap, GRL and other musings

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In case you missed the media *blitz* (snorts with laughter), the fourth book in the Accidental Roots series came out 9/29. There were a few wrinkles - piracy being the biggest - regardless overall ASATS has been very well received. If you don't believe the messenger check out the reviews on Amazon or the review sites which so kindly read and reviewed last week. See the links below (If you've read it maybe you would be willing to leave a review as well! <3).

In other news...I am headed to GRL next week. Flying off to the big city of Denver to meet people and fangirl a little. Okay, a lot. So many authors will be there. These are the incredible people I interact with on the facebook :) but only see once a year. So excited!

As a supporting author I'll be at the Thursday morning signing event then have my supporting author table up Thursday from 1:00- 1:45 and again Friday from 11:00-11:45, come and find me! If you miss me and feel free to approach at any time, I don't bite. I am also participating in Three facts and a Lie on Saturday afternoon. I am bringing some pretty awesome prizes to offer so I hope you come and check it out! Kudos to Lori GW for setting this whole thing up!


Thanks for reading,




As Sure As The Sun, up for Pre-order!

Firstly, I'm not sure how much I can express the love I have for this cover, designed by Cate Ashwood - It is perfect. 

Secondly, wow, these two, Sacha and Seth, they did not make it easy for me. I feel as if I sweated actual blood and tears over their story. I went back to their origins several times rewriting and reimagining. The novel ended up at about 70K words, but I think, not kidding, that I wrote and deleted another 50k -- easy. Some of it was just not needed other was just not right.

I had a lot of help and folks who think they may have overstepped -- were spot on. Thank you so much. 

I adore these two, they made me both laugh and cry -- sometimes at the same time, I hope they do you as well. 


Is the universe is trying to tell Sacha Bolic something? A fire escape collapses underneath him, he lands in crap, a killer barely misses his target... all in the same few seconds. That's on top of a long list of mishaps and job dissatisfaction. Not one to ignore signals when they're shoved in his face, Sacha retires and uses his savings to buy an old building in Skagit, Washington. With a little help from DIY videos, he’s going to bring it back to its former glory.  And, yeah, it’s a metaphor. If he makes one change, others will follow…

Seth Culver avoids entanglement, romantic or otherwise. Who needs it? He’s learned the hard way that people betray you or leave. Still, Seth finds people compelling. He sort of collects them, learning their secrets before letting them go their own way. His commitment to no commitments may have met its match in Sacha. Handsome and hot, Sacha seems to offer a permanence that scares Seth more than anything ever has. Seth will have to decide if he’s going to grab life by the balls or keep watching from the sidelines.

A box of inconsequential belongings hidden for decades in the old building hints at lives imagined but not lived, reminding them both there are no guarantees in love, or this thing called life.

A standalone in the Accidental Roots series, HEA, and hot, dirty, men. 18+ please.

As Sure As the Sun....cover reveal

Here it is! The beautiful cover of As Sure As the Sun -- created by the talented Cate Ashwood. 'As Sure As the Sun' features Sacha Bolic and Seth Culver, both of whom readers have met in earlier Accidental Roots books. This can be read as a stand-alone but familiar characters make appearances don't worry!

For a variety of reasons, this has been a particularly difficult addition to the series. Sacha and Seth are both complicated characters with convoluted personal histories which made them hard to pin down. Funnily enough, it has been Seth who has proved to be the most difficult. Never fear! They do *grudgingly* get to their HEA.  

This particular volume is dedicated to my own Great-Uncle Owen who tragically, died in a 'sanatorium' in the 1940's where he had been forced to live by his father due to his 'unnatural affinity for other men' and fondness for alcohol. Because he couldn't be with who he wanted he drank and was unable to stay employed, Owen died of alcoholism and, I imagine, loneliness. He died before I was born but he was my grandmother's favorite uncle and she grieved for him long after his death. I couldn't give my own great-uncle a happy ending, but I managed to give one to Seth and Sacha.

The story I provide Owen comes from my imagination, I have no idea who Owen wished he could be with, I am just glad that times have changed/are changing so that we can love as we like. My grandmother never talked about how she felt about same sex relationships, but I feel that since she and my grandfather moved from Mercer Island to Broadway -- even now the epicenter of gay culture in Seattle, but the only such place in the 1960's -- that is was a symbolic gesture of posthumous support.

I hope you enjoy ASATS, it certainly has been a true labor of love.


Socks: instruments of the devil...Yay or Nay? And other musings.

I admit it.

I hate socks. My favorite thing about the weather changing from winter to spring is NO MORE SOCKS. Seriously. Socks suck. They bunch at my toes, slide down uncomfortably, cause blisters, get holes where they shouldn't, make my feet sticky. If I am fond of a pair, they always get lost first. Socks arrive home in pairs but never stay that way, you'd think there would be a way to keep them together, some kind of gravitational attraction toward each other -- like a magnet. But no, one of the pair almost always disappears into the void leaving me with one favorite sock. 

There is a universe out there clogged with single socks and I want to know what they are doing with them. Or, I am inadvertently freeing House Elves every time I do laundry.

Yes, I am working in "As Sure as the Sun" which will be the fourth in the Accidental Roots series. As Sure As... features Sacha Bolic (grumpy US Marshal) and Seth Culver (Adam Klay's 1/2 brother). I am hoping to have it published early September. As soon as I have some cover art I will share it. Just started working on a stand alone possibly set in Skagit, not certain yet, but I think you will all like it.

Here is a reward for reading these silly words:


“Have you ever kissed a man before?” Seth asked quietly, brown eyes looking directly into Sacha’s own. Sacha nodded, mute. Not like this, he wanted to say.

“May I?”

Heat flared across his cheeks followed by a searing spark of emotion in his chest, something in his expression must have encouraged Seth though, he leaned forward gently touching his lips to Sacha’s.

Sacha barely restrained from jerking from Seth’s gentle hold. For the first time in his life the desire to know, overcame the terror which had festered since he was small. This would be an actual kiss, not one in a dark hallway or an anonymous bathroom.

Seth was gentle, nothing more than the press of his lips, infinitesimal. Sacha’s lips opened of their own volition wanting more but Seth didn’t take advantage, instead, he softly pressed their mouths together, barely there. A touch so strong it was close to sending Sacha into orbit. He breathed in, smelled the beer they’d had. Felt Seth’s warm breath mingling with his own. Felt.

Lightning didn’t strike, not anywhere except his heart which thundered its response to Seth’s touch. Sacha closed his eyes, opening them again, he found himself staring into a calm brown gaze. Seth’s smiled against Sacha’s mouth, pressed quickly again before leaning back.


It must be somebody's birthday! Accidental Roots 1&2 on sale thru 7/23.

I'm having a sale -- get those clicky fingers over to amazon, Storm Season and No Pressure are on sale this weekend for $0.99. Help spread the news! 

Kicking and Screaming toward their HEA - Spring Break by Elle Keaton

What a wild ride for Carroll Weir and Sterling Bailey, it's hard to know up from down when you don't know what your heart wants.....Don't miss Spring Break, the third in my 'Accidental Roots' series! Can be read as a stand alone. 

Sometimes a guy needs a break. Carroll Weir got one--but it wasn't what he expected. 

All he dreams of is escaping dreary, damp Skagit, WA, for a warmer climate. Instead, Federal Investigator Carroll Weir is assigned to a cross-agency case involving geoduck smugglers and a very dead Fish and Wildlife Detective.

Sterling Bailey, the regular bartender at the Loft, likes to think of his customers and employees as family since he doesn’t have one of his own. Exhausted and tense, Carroll Weir wanders in one night and one thing leads to another. All in a night’s work, right?

The spark burning between the two of them is hot enough to scald, unless they’re careful somebody’s going to get burned.

*HEA No cliffhanger
*Intended for a mature audience, 18+

Why wait? Spring Break, Accidental Roots 3, is here now...

I've never been one for delayed gratification...Spring Break debuted a week ago if you haven't downloaded a copy or checked it out through KU why wait? Get those clicky fingers moving!

Sometimes a guy needs a break. Carroll Weir got one--but it wasn't what he expected. 

All he dreams of is escaping dreary, damp Skagit, WA, for a warmer climate. Instead, Federal Investigator Carroll Weir is assigned to a cross-agency case involving geoduck smugglers and
a very dead Fish and Wildlife Detective.

Sterling Bailey, the regular bartender at the Loft, likes to think of his customers and employees as family since he doesn’t have one of his own. Exhausted and tense, Carroll Weir wanders in one night and one thing leads to another. All in a night’s work, right?

Who murdered Fish and Wildlife Detective Peter
Krystad? Does the killer have Weir in his sights? Things begin to heat up between them but Sterling and Weir will have to move past their personal history in order to change the course of their future.

The spark burning between them is hot enough to scald unless they’re careful somebody’s going to get burned.

*HEA No cliffhanger
*Intended for a mature audience, 18+


It's here early! Spring Break, Accidental Roots 3 is live!

It could take up to 72 hours to publish, apparently also means, it could take as few as three. Spring Break is officially live, click below to purchase, it is also available on KU. 

Carrol Weir and Sterling Bailey, what a pair. They fought me, and themselves, every step of the way. I hope you enjoy reading their journey as much as I did writing it. 

I'd love to know what you think about Spring Break, or, who you hope to read about soon (or both) contact me thru the website or 

Happy Reading

~ A three day weekend (or bank holiday) is for reading ~ reviews are up ~

My plans this weekend involve writing writing writing also going to read a few things I have saved on my patio chairs are the perfect place to sit and read for long hours (yes also to write). I may take the weekend off from social media, with any luck there will be new photos on the site next week. Have a wonderful weekend, for those of you who served or have families who served, thank you.

There is a series review for Accidental Roots going on. If you haven't had a chance to enter at Signal Boost click on the link at the bottom of this page. Reviews are up -- and I appreciate each and every one of them.  

*GIVEAWAY* ~ Review Tour ~ Accidental Roots

Enter to win a copy of Storm Season or No pressure! Click below for details, follow the review tour, say hi, follow/like me on facebook/twitter/instagram! There will be shenanigans coming soon!

Storm Season (Accidental Roots #1): Amazon US | Amazon UK

Length: 308 Pages


They say you can’t go home again, Adam Klay doesn’t intend to until the death of his father, a famous artist, forces his return to Skagit, Washington. Cleaning up his father’s chaotic life was never on Adam’s bucket list. Worse, Adam finds himself inexplicably drawn to the elusive, terminally-clumsy, gorgeous, Micah Ryan. No way is he getting involved with someone from his hometown, he’s always insisted the best view of Skagit was in his rearview mirror.

Micah Ryan has been coasting on auto-pilot since his family was killed in a car accident a decade earlier. He runs a web business and has an irritable cat. He hardly leaves his house, unless it is for his afternoon espresso. His world tips upside down when Adam Klay rolls into town. For the first time in years, he feels alive. Unfortunately, Micah’s return to the living has been noticed and is not appreciated.

Someone has a secret. Someone is exploiting the vulnerable youth population in Skagit. Teenagers are disappearing, young women turning up dead, the dirty secrets of Skagit are surfacing.

No Pressure (Accidental Roots #2): Amazon US | Amazon UK

Length: 224 Pages


Home is where the heart is, right? Except when it's not. Not when you're afraid for your life.

Joey James has given up on finding his 'Prince Charming'. There is no such thing, he needs to be realistic about his chances of a lasting relationship. A chance encounter with a former school mate at the local grocery store changes everything-maybe. Before Joey can decide what to do about it, he is swept into a terrifying scheme. Forced into helping a dangerous stranger in exchange for his family's safety, Joey begins a perilous journey into the criminal underbelly of Skagit. He will do whatever is needed to protect his family.

Buck Swanfeldt had a secret crush on Joey James in high school. Social anxiety and a two-year age difference made it impossible for him to approach Joey then. Life since high school has been challenging. And lonely. Eight years later, fate brings them together and Buck decides to act. He utterly fails. He would have left it at that, except fate seems to be intent on pushing Joey in his direction, and clearly Joey needs someone at his back.

Dark, sordid secrets hiding in Skagit are bubbling to the surface, danger lurks in unexpected places. Buck has never been anyone's hero but something about Joey has him throwing caution to the wind. Together the two men take on a dangerous force greater than themselves. But sometimes our worst enemy is ourselves.

May 23 - Dirty Books Obsession, Bike Book Reviews, Booklove
May 25 - The Geekery Book Review, Keysmash, MM Good Book Reviews
May 27 - Dog-Eared Daydreams, Jim's Reading Room, Padme's Library, Reading Is My Satisfaction
May 29 - Sarandipity, Wicked Faerie's Tales & Reviews
May 31 - Bayou Book Junkie, Urban Smoothie Read, Diverse Reader, BooksLaidBareBoys, Abbey's 1-Click Book Blog

Author Bio

Author, photographer, rare Pacific Northwest Native, Elle grew up in Seattle, WA., with the Cascade Mountain range to the east and Olympics to the west. Less than two hours northwest lie the majestic San Juan Islands. To the northeast is the Methow Valley and the scrub deserts of Eastern Washington. Geography ripe with material.

A graduate of Western Washington University, Elle has a BS in biology which taught her to be tenacious. The closest she has come to biology since then is having two kids. Like an experiment or something. She’s lived in four states (none of which were gaseous), London England, and Hong Kong; always knows what time it is, and has no problem finding parking even in the most difficult places. Cannot balance a checking account.

Elle's series Accidental Roots, mostly set in the Skagit Valley of Western Washington, will make its debut spring of 2017. Storm Season is tender, sometimes irreverent, full of nosy neighbors and help when the hero didn’t think he needed it. Writing has always been a passion but not something she was able to take seriously until recently. Now her head is full of ideas and not enough time in each day.

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So, this is happening: A Review Tour, or, Elle figures somethings out

Starting tomorrow through the 31st check out the review tour for Accidental Roots! Tomorrow's stops include: DirtyBooksObsession Bike Book Reviews and Booklove

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Birthday Sale! Today through Sunday May 21st... 0.99 cents for Accidental Roots

In celebration of the first birthday of the Keaton birthday marathon, I am having a 0.99 cent sale! Grab it while it's hot! 
Both titles are yes, for a limited time, a mere 0.99 cents each, such a bargain.
Twenty years ago today at 6:33 PST after 36 hours of labor I was handed a baby. It was at this exact moment that I realized I had never held a live baby before therefore, I had NO IDEA what I was doing. ZERO. I still don't know what I'm doing but having the time of my life.
Well, we survived, the two of us and today she turns 20. 
Help us celebrate by stampeding over and clicking 'buy'.