Monthly Archives: September 2011


False Alarm – Chapter 3 podcast

September 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

Here’s chapter 3 of my podcast of my novel, False Alarm. You can also download it free on iTunes. I’d love to hear your comments. Kate’s colleague, Peter, has gotten the firm in hot water by assaulting megalo-agent and firm rival, Randy Nester. Riding high on her success with Pinto’s urine test, Kate gets up her courage to call Pedro. She gets the meeting but domestic problems get in the […]
False Alarm – Chapter 2 podcast

September 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

Here’s chapter 2 of my podcast of my novel, False Alarm. You can also download it free on iTunes. I’d love to hear your comments. Kate arrives unannounced at an athlete’s bodyguard’s apartment to convince him to go to a urine test, and stumbles on a lead to the elusive superstar, Pedro.
Tennis tailgate

September 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

Do you have any idea how seriously ordinary people take USTA tennis? By that I mean folks       who are parents and have jobs and aren’t professional tennis players. I thought it was bad enough that they yell at the refs at Little League games, but they are even harder on themselves. I joined a beginner tennis team, a group of very nice ladies out to have a fun time. Going […]
Alter Ego

September 12, 2011 | 0 Comments

I’m podcasting the director’s cut of my novel, False Alarm, a female Jerry Maguire story, free on iTunes. I’ll be reading the novel and talking a bit about working at a sports management firm. Kate McCabe, my alter ego, is trying to make it in the boys’ world of professional sports management. I’m from this world—handholding athletes through their tax returns and drug tests, and badcopping them about their spending […]
Director’s Cut

September 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

The director’s cut of my novel,  False Alarm, is out.  So the publisher of the first edition closed its doors and I got the rights back and bought my books—long story. Then my crazy husband got a call from an unwitting guy wanting to sell me my books, and he told the guy I actually owned them, and the guy very kindly ended up bringing a mountain of them to […]