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I started writing Be Careful What You Wish For in 2010 and was so proud when it finally published in 2011.
Here is a very brief synopsis of Be Careful What You Wish For.  Bea Miller, a penniless widow living a meager existence among the town's residents, had been waiting six long years to meet her daughter.   Heading to Lake Gerber she vowed there would be no  mistake this time.  Once her JOURNAL is recovered, you will venture into the mind of an individual who believes you can make your own wishes come true.  The JOURNAL, which details every horrific event that ever happened to her explains why she fled from her father but feels he is always out there watching and waiting.


I started work on the second book in the Be Careful series, titled Not My Mother's Son, in the summer of 2011. I struggled with the title for this book but what I felt it was mostly about was David Miller, hoping he had been kidnapped or adopted so he could say he was not really related to Bea Miller and he was not really her son. Turns out, he didn't get what he hoped for and with an unexpected turn of events, he is even happy with the outcome. Released in eBook format May 30, 2012. Print copy released in November, 2012.

Here is a brief synopsis: David Miller thought he knew his mother and there was nothing else she could do that would shock him. How wrong he was. Every time David visits Bea in prison, she ends each brief encounter with a chilling statement, "Remember David, things aren't always what they seem." As he finds himself on trial for the murder of a baby boy, his mother's testimony is the only thing that can save him. As everyone in the courtroom holds their breath, you will too...remember, things are not always what they seem.


The third and final book in the Miller family saga was released in eBook format on August 6, 2014.  The print version will follow in a month or so and I am hoping for a release date of November 1st.  Many people have asked if this is a continuation of the second book and the answer is no, it is not.  Reflection in the Mirror introduces a brand new family but several of the characters from books one and two do make an appearance.  It's always nice catching up with an old friend and that's how I feel when I read a book that mentions a character from a prio book.  David Miller and Rich Butler show up and do what they do best.  

 Here is a little blurb about the book:   

Identical twins, Clarissa and Marissa Wagner have more in common than their looks; they share a connection that allows them to know what each other is thinking and to feel each other’s pain; a connection that has astounded doctors, teachers and other professionals their whole life.   A much anticipated four day weekend turns tragic when Marissa Wagner never makes it home from school.  Each time Clarissa looks in a mirror, she is reminded that Marissa is gone…and feels like the other half of her soul is missing. June Wagner, their single mother has put her life on hold to raise the twins.  She is distraught over her missing daughter and butts heads with the Sergeant assigned to the case.   Why aren’t they doing more?  What is taking so long?  Will I ever see my daughter again? she painstakingly wonders. Hours turn to days, days turn to weeks and weeks turn to months as they attempt to find a witness or a clue that might guide them to where she is.  Although a longshot, the only hope is the visions and feelings a clairvoyant Clarissa Wagner has.  With the help of David Miller, Rich Butler and the Never Give Up foundation they piece together clues that shock even the most skeptical.  Along the journey, David glances in the mirror and realizes he is no longer alone.