Oh my Gosh. There’s nothing like doing a signing at your home Barnes & Noble—three days before your latest release, no less (just for the hometown advantage. ;D) I met and re-met the most incredible readers, old and new friends, book club members, and friends/family of...

Sitting here in edits for Firstborn (aha… see what I did there? Isn’t your curiosity piqued?) I want to tell my editor that I need more time: like two years. In part, because this is my favorite part of the process. But also because there’s...

The road to blogging is paved with good intentions. But here I am again. Run for the hills. Better yet, now’s probably a good time to put on that white robe and stand on your nearest mountain, cuz now you know the end is near.* The Progeny...

This is Tosca, coming at you between books and I'm super excited to announce that my new thriller, THE PROGENY, hits shelves next Tuesday! What I loved about writing this book: the twists, the chase scenes (yes, there's parkour), the masquerade raves, all the underground...

At one time I meant to have stenciled "Abandon hope, all ye who enter here" above my office door. They're the words in Dante's Inferno carved above the gate to hell. It might be a bit morbid--made complete by the ever-favorite shot of a piano...

So, the last time I had a book release and did my traditional first signing at my “home” Barnes & Noble, something amazing happened. There I was, shoes kicked off (for some reason this is becoming a habit) and somewhere around two hours in, I look up to find my then-boyfriend standing in line.

Me: “What are you doing?”
Him: “I want my book signed.”
Me: “You can have your book signed any time.”
Him: “But I want it signed now.”