If you've reached this page, you are probably looking for a place to comment or want to know why they aren't open. Some say that a blog is not a blog without the ability to comment. That may be true, but please continue reading to understand why I have them off.
I adore readers—those who follow this blog and those who don't—and appreciate every second, minute, and hour we spend together in my books and online.
I devote many hours a week to writing, and what I have left is spent on my businesses, family, reading, other hobbies, and living a bit of life. Time is a precious commodity, and while I could wish that I had plenty of it to spare, I do not. I blog because I enjoy it, and because I hope to offer you some entertainment and extras between the stretches of book releases.
I am not a social person by nature. What time I do spend online with readers is all I am able to give—mentally, creatively, and emotionally. To pretend otherwise would be unfair to both you and me. Sometimes this means periods of absence while I recharge.
You have my deepest appreciation for your understanding, and though I don't have comments open on the blog, you are always welcome to contact me with comments and questions. I respond to all non-spam emails as quickly as my schedule allows.
I find that the majority of the site visitors likely to comment on a blog post prefer to contact me directly, and I hope you will, too. Email is a little like exchanging letters, and I'm old-fashioned enough to prefer those one-on-one exchanges.
Your devoted author,