Meet Perish Blackburn: Bounty hunter, time traveler & all around bad-a**

Meet her in the Acts of Wars sneak peek (©2017 Roslyn Hardy Holcomb and Lisa G. Riley) below. You're  going to love her! “What was it you came over to tell me?” Perish made her way back over to the table and looked at her late grandmother’s friends, Father Mike Clements and Cash Hayes, in [...]

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January 27, 2017: Mark Your Calendars

At long last, Acts of Wars, the sequel to Rumors of Wars is now available for pre-order and will go live on January 27th. Perish Blackburn, kick-ass bounty hunter, is back, baby! Read the summary below and then go pre-order it, now, now, now! Amazon iBooks Kobo The year is 2075 and in a world [...]

A Hitch in the Stride

Please don't purchase any of my books from ARe (All Romance e-books). I've just learned that the site is shuttering as of midnight on December 31, and I'm taking a page from fellow writer, Roslyn Holcomb's book and advising readers to not purchase any more of my books from the site. Also, if you haven't [...]

Friends & Lovers Series

Caroline Singleton is a talented, successful artist who was raised in the lap of luxury in her affluent Chicago neighborhood. On her way to a promising second interview with an integrated marketing firm, she bumps into a man who takes her breath away, both literally and figuratively. Brian Keenan is a former cop from a [...]

Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara is a beautiful, peaceful city and I had a lovely time. Stayed just a few blocks from downtown in a quaint B&B. The restaurants are amazing, as is the beach. Loved the courthouse and the museum. Downtown was so clean and spacious and the city is extremely walk-able. The week I spent there [...]

Branding and the Independent Creative

I recently attended a panel discussion designed to help the independent creative -- musician, writer, performance artist, artist, photographer, etc. -- learn how to brand herself. It wasn't meant to be just about branding, but also about distinguishing one's self above all the other artists who are also on their independent grind and who are [...]

Today at the Lakefront

In recent years I've mostly used Chicago's lakefront for utilitarian purposes: running or walking. I've rarely gone to just hang out and enjoy the day. I'm always too busy. In years past, especially when one niece in particular lived in the city, we'd go there almost weekly to sit on the rock croppings to talk, [...]