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    Sunday, May 3, 2020

    A Man Reads Romance



    Featuring my book, Wild Imaginings on his very first podcast, A Man Reads Wild Imaginings by Constance Ruth Clark. What an honor to be chosen. I was so impressed by the way he made the story come to life. Don't worry, he only reads the first chapter. When I asked him about it, he said that he'd read enough romance to know where the steamy parts usually started. He thought it would be fun to tease the readers and leave them wanting more.   


    About the Podcast: 

    All episodes produced by Ethan Freckleton. Each book is narrated by Dudley Manchester's sultry, velvety voice. In each episode, you'll enjoy a Happily Ever After chapter of new and (sometimes) hot romantic fiction.  If you listen and enjoy, be sure to subscribe to this podcast to receive weekly teases from new and sometimes steamy romance fiction novels. 

     

    Wednesday, April 29, 2020

    Big Changes

    As you may have noticed, Unexpected Destinies is no longer available for sale. I pulled it down after ten years because it needs updating and I wanted to make a few editing changes. I will be re-releasing it very shortly under a new name.

    Past Destinies is also getting an update and as of this writing, only the print version is available for sale. Once those copies are gone, they will be gone for good, so if you want an original version of the book, better get it now!

    These books will be available soon under the Goddess of Destiny series and I will be releasing Agatha's story soon.

    Stay Tuned!

    Friday, April 24, 2020

    How Life Changes

    My husband taking on the Terminator!
    The world turned upside-down recently. Like most of you, I've had to make adjustments in the new reality. I used to have certain times of the day I could work, and now, with two kids home all day when they aren't over at their father's house, it's very different. My schedule has been a bit wonky, to say the least.

    Having my husband home all day has also been a bit different. At first, I felt like I had to spend all day with him but then we both realized that we got more done if we assigned ourselves separate tasks. Since getting married almost a year ago, we've never spent so much time together. I know that it has shown me that I finally got it right with him. I don't think there is another man I could have been quaranteed with for a month where we wouldn't have started fighting. Instead, we've fallen into a routine. When we have tasks to do together, we easily complete them by working together. The most drama we create together is when the kids are home, and then it's the family type stuff about getting them to clean up after themselves and to stop watching so much television.

    After seven years of being alone and figuring it all out on my own, I'm now in the happy dilemma of figuring out how to share the woes and chores with another adult who is pulling their weight. I don't have to stress about how bills will be paid on just my salary because he's there to contribute. My husband is a superhero to me and I'm so thankful to have him in my life. He is the best change to have happened in my life, aside from my children of course.