Author: Julye Evans

Oops

I was sitting at my desk and Andi (the cat pictured above) came in, purring and rubbing against my leg. She wanted loves and snacks. So I picked her up and headed to the kitchen. She likes to lay over my shoulder, not be carried in my arms like a doll. She was purring, I […]

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Gotta have the happy ending!

I’m seeing a lot of mentions on social media about the live action movie of The Little Mermaid and the casting of Ariel. It made me think of these remakes they’ve been doing. I also recently saw a post someone shared where a man was talking about the original story. His said people are crying […]

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Um, say what?

I woke up in the wee hours of the morning. I don’t think the sun was even up. I was dreaming of the end of Honey Badgered. It was a GREAT idea, I just knew it. I was certain I would remember the idea. But… just in case… I wrote it down. I’ve had this […]

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That time of year…

We have a lot of lizards around our house. When we moved in over 10 years ago, there was wood paneling in the garage. We tore it down, and as we pulled it off the walls, thousands of old lizard egg shells rained down. It sounded like a rainmaker. That was our first clue that […]

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Storm Cursed

Patricia Briggs is one of my auto-buys. I love all her books. I got Storm Cursed and somehow managed to keep myself from immediately reading and held off until just before bed. Let me tell you, that was a GIANT mistake. Once I started, I couldn’t stop. The book was THAT good. I finally forced […]

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Some things . . .

I realized I hadn’t posted anything since February. FEBRUARY! What happened? Sorry about that. I didn’t intend for radio silence. I finished up Tiger’s Secret Desire, and it released in mid-March. It consumed me for a bit. I have been working on Honey Badgered. It is quite a ride! As I worked on it, I […]

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Snow… in Austin, Texas

I got up this morning and let the dogs out. I had to pause because there were small pieces of something white on the deck. I looked closer, and realized it was snow. Now, this wasn’t enough snow to even COVER the deck. It was just little lines. Almost like hail. However, for Austin, Texas, […]

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