The Advocate’s Illusion — Release

The Advocate’s Illusion, the 9th book in The Advocate Series, releases on March 6, 2018.

 

Attorney Sabre Orin Brown takes on three disconcerting new cases, each with its own illusion: a woman claiming she was impregnated by a ghost, a threatening parent prone to violence, and a child bride with a heart-breaking First Amendment issue. At the same time, Sabre tries to protect her mother who is dating a suspicious widower she met online. In Sabre’s search for justice, she is found near death after a magician’s illusion deviously goes wrong.

 

We will be launching the book with a Facebook Launch Party on Tuesday, 3/6/18, from 4:00-7:00 p.m. Pacific Time. Please join us if you can.

 

Enter to Win a FREE NOOK

Enter to Win a FREE NOOK! Three easy steps! 1. Write a review of “The Advocate’s Conviction” (It can be as short or as long as the site permits.) 2. Post it on any website such as amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, goodreads, etc., or any blog. 3. Send the […]

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The Advocate’s Conviction–Sneak Peak

The Advocate’s Convictions releases this Saturday, October 22, 2011!  Prologue  The fourteen-year-old girl struggled to break free from the bindings on her hands and feet. One woman on each arm held her as she fought. Her feet were in stirrups, and the unbearable pain shot through her abdomen. […]

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Identity Theft Among Foster Children

Most of you know that identity theft is a real problem complicated by today’s technology. But it’s not all about the cyber space. Identity theft has been going on for years in the real world. What many of you may not know is that children are attractive […]

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A Weekend in Torrance at Barnes & Noble

I had yet another incredible weekend in the Barnes & Noble store in Torrance. The staff there is so wonderful and the readers have become my friends. I get hugs from some of the regulars and lots of smiles from readers. There is one special lady (we’ll […]

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A Weekend in Ventura Barnes & Noble

I just spent another great weekend in Barnes & Noble signing my novel, The Advocate’s Betrayal. This time I was in Ventura. That’s a long drive…but well worth it. I sold out and met another group of interesting people. I also had the added bonus of spending […]

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Third Writers’ Platform-Building Campaign

Rachel Harrie has this incredible platform-building campaign going on. This is her third one and it seems it’s a great way to work together with other writers. If you are a writer/blogger it would behoove you to check it out. I’m excited to be a part of […]

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The Advocate’s Conviction Cover

So here it is, the cover for The Advocate’s Conviction. The cover art was designed by Daniel Pearson. I love his work. He has done all three of my books and I’m really happy with all of them. On top of that he is an extremely pleasant […]

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Release Date for The Advocate’s Conviction!

So here we go, book number 3 in The Advocate Series, The Advocate’s Conviction. It will be released on October 22, 2011. That is only 8 weeks and 2 days from today. In the next few days I will share the cover with you and let you […]

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The Advocate’s Conviction

“The Advocate’s Conviction” is the name of the third book in The Advocate Series. It is finished. The editing process is completed. The jacket cover has been designed. Keep an eye out here on my blog and I’ll keep you posted each step of the way. Yippee! […]

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Should the Public be Admitted to Court Hearings for Abused and Neglected Minors?

Presently in California, the public is excluded from the dependency courtroom unless the judge gives special permission for a non-party to be there. Dependency court is where child abuse and neglect proceedings take place. For approximately 50 years the courts have been closed to the public primarily […]

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