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Great to Meet You at Pride!

An opportunity to get to know me and my books.
A year ago, at St Pete Pride 2017, you stopped by the Sappho's Scribes booth and signed up for my email list. Unfortunately, I only found the 2017 list when I did the 2018 Pride festival on Sunday, so one year later, I'm sending you an introductory email! I promise I won't inundate you with emails -- I generally put them out every couple of months. Since last year I have a new release you can read about below, and I'm including a little more info about who I am and what I write.
MY NOVELS
HAVE YOU EVER EXPERIENCED RIGHT PLACE, WRONG TIME OR RIGHT PLACE, RIGHT TIME? 

Afterward, when they asked her to describe what happened, all she could say was, "A thud and a whimper." The thud was more like an explosion, and she didn't realize until much later that she had been the one whimpering.

Wynn was definitely in the right place at the wrong time. You can find out what happened by reading the first chapter here!
 
DISCOVERING THE TRUTH MAY BE MORE THAN SHE BARGAINED FOR
Ashley Glynn knows there’s more to her sister’s untimely death than meets the eye. But as she investigates, Ashley is forced to confront the deep conflict within her own life between long-held religious beliefs and her sexuality.
Buy Timing Is Everything Now
Buy Devoted Now
My first novel was Goldie Finalist, Along Came the Rain. You can find out more about it here.
RECENT INTERVIEW

I was recently interviewed by mystery writer, Anne Hagan. I love the questions she asked. You can tell by the way she wrote the interview that she's a talented writer, so check out her books! Here's the first couple of questions. The link for the full interview follows.

Anne: A weird question to get us started: Are you spring, summer, fall, or winter? Please share why.

Alison: Summer! I love sunshine. I grew up in the UK and had to learn to embrace the rain. At 18, I moved to Israel and have never lived in a cool climate since. I find sunshine energizing, peaceful, and warming. And that’s the kind of person I’d like to be.

Anne: The U.K.? So then, tea or coffee?

Alison: Tea. You can take the girl out of England but you can’t take England out of the girl.

Anne: LOL. I figured! I’m right there with you though. I love tea.

Anne: If you could live anywhere on this planet, and take everything that you love with you, where would you choose to live?


For the answer to this and the rest of the interview, click here

PAST AND UPCOMING EVENTS
Timing Is Everything launched May 20th. Despite extremely bad weather, the turnout for the launch of was fantastic. We had a blast. I had promised to donate a portion of the proceeds to the Sonia Plotnick Health Fund so I was super proud that the event generated over $200 for them!
 

Sunday June 24th: Thanks for stopping by and meeting me and fellow Sappho's Scribes author Rene MacKenzie at the St. Pete Pride street fair. 
 


July 5-8 National Women's Music Festival: I'll be giving two workshops on writing and publishing and participating in an author panel. For more info about the event, click here.
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