I’m Back!

Hello, my dearest Readers, and a Happy New Year to you all! After these long months of hibernation I finally have a new book out in a new series. Perchance to Dream is the first book in the Dragon Sin series, and it’s available for free on all my usual retailers!

A new series doesn’t mean I’m abandoning any of my older ones, but unfortunately I’m still in the grips of an ugly divorce that means that anything written during the marriage may partially belong to the spouse. The drafts were written during that time, so they are in legal limbo. I very much hope to have this mess resolved soon, but we shall see.

However, I can continue to write chapters for Loving Scotland because I don’t plan on putting that up for sale for a few more months, so he can get half of that nothing. I hope to have a chapter up in a week or two, but you can check out all its current installments at this page.


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Check out the book’s summary at its page on my website.

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  1. Authorship carries automatic copyright, and that is exclusive of marriage. Money and property earned during a marriage can be separated by a court of law, but all future earnings from and established authorship is not because all rights remain with the author. If your husband earned from your book sales, in the way of marketing, just fire him and take over the companies because they ostensively belong to you by authorship and only to you. In fact, you can sue him for maintenance and property if your work earned it from the marriage because the law works on input by both parties by percentages. Only if he supported you from another source while you wrote the books can he claim a percentage of the combined marital wealth, but push for a full and final settlement if that is the case and retain your rights to your work. If he claims editorship of your books, point out the numerous mistakes in the published works with missing words and half sentences. There are a lot, so his editorial claim is void by incompetence. If you supported more than half the marital income, then prove it, because he is not entitled to your work.

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