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RITA® Finalists for Romantic Suspense!
Author Guest / July 17, 2017

Romantic Suspense ALL THE DEAD GIRLS by Rita Herron Montlake Publishing Alison Dasho, editor ALL THE DEAD GIRLS by Rita Herron Graveyard Falls #3 When a violent storm hits Graveyard Falls, it unearths the unimaginable: skeletons of teenage girls, each dressed in white and holding a candle. It’s clear to FBI agent Beth Fields that this is the work of a long-standing killer—but could it be the one she escaped years ago? She has no memory of the man who held her captive and murdered her friend. But even though someone was jailed for the crime, she’s always feared that the real killer is still out there…waiting and watching. Ian Kimball never believed his stepfather was guilty of Beth’s kidnapping or the slaying of two local girls. Now Graveyard Falls’s sheriff, he’s determined to catch the true perpetrator. And when more young women go missing, he realizes he needs Beth’s help. She is nothing like Ian expected, and everything he desires. But if they have any hope of finally ending the killer’s reign of terror, Beth and Ian will need to put everything aside, including their past, their mistrust, and their growing attraction… Romance Suspense [Montlake Romance, On Sale: November…

10 Uses for Bobby Pins You Never Thought Of (Or Maybe You Did. What Do I Know?)
Author Guest / March 29, 2014

Wonderful ways to use a bobby pin…or two. A friend posted the picture above of the correct way to use a bobby pin and I was surprised by how many people didn’t know that the bumpy side goes on the bottom (to grip the hair). As a hairstylist I was taught the correct way to use them so I guess it never occurred to me that not everyone knew this. It got me thinking about all of the other ways bobby pins can be used (or misued). So I decided to compile a handy dandy list. As jewelry. I know! Who knew? Paint your pins (or don’t) and wear them in a whole new way.     To hold a nail. This is as genius as using lipstick to mark where you want to put a nail in a wall. No more bruised fingers. As a nail art tool. Polka dots, flowers, snowmen, leaves, stripes, and tons of other designs are now your beyotch. To pick a lock. Just like in the movies! There are websites with step-by-step instructions and everything. You know I had to test this out right? As a bookmark. Always have a way to save your…