All My Books

The Lucy Valentine Novels

Truly, Madly: A Lucy Valentine Novel (2010)
Deeply, Desperately: A Lucy Valentine Novel (2010)
Absolutely, Positively: A Lucy Valentine Novel (2011)
Perfectly Matched: A Lucy Valentine Novel (2012)
Undeniably Yours: A Lucy Valentine Novel (2014)

Lucy Valentine Short Story

Definitely, Maybe

The Nina Quinn Mysteries

A Hoe Lot of Trouble (2004)
Trouble in Spades (2005)
Digging up Trouble (2006)
Trouble in Bloom (2007)
Weeding out Trouble (2008)
Trouble Under the Tree (2011)
The Root of all Trouble (2013)


The Cinderella Plan (2011) (ebook only)

Historical Romance

Surrender, My Love October 2002 *now available as an ebook
Secrets of the Heart August 2003 *now available as an ebook
Hearts are Wild August 2004 *now available as an ebook

Fiction Short Stories:

"The Witness," Futures Magazine, December 2001/ January 2002
"Sweet Dreams," Futures Magazine, February/March 2001
"From This Day Forward," Breathless Moments, April 2000
"No Place Like Home," Breathless Moments, April 2000
"Stranger of the Heart," Breathless Moments, February 2000
"A Season of Thanks," Amoré Magazine, November 1999

Non-Fiction Articles:

"Confession of a Junkie," Crime Spree Magazine, Issue 12, May 2006
"Down and Dirty," Mystery Scene Magazine, Issue 94, April 2006
"All the Dirt," Mystery Readers Journal, Fall 2004

Heather Webber writing as Heather Blake

The Wishcraft Mysteries

It Takes a Witch (2012)
A Witch Before Dying (2012)
The Good, the Bad, and the Witchy (2013)
The Goodbye Witch (2014)
Some Like it Witchy (2015)

The Magic Potion Mysteries

A Potion to Die For (2013)
One Potion in the Grave (2014)
Ghost of a Potion (2015)

Second Chances

I joke about having split personalities with my writing, since I now have two names, but I realized something the other day. Heather Webber (so strange writing my name like that!) is officially an "indie" author now, while Heather Blake is still a "traditional" author.

In terms of publishing, I’m split right down the middle. I'm what is now referred to as a "hybrid" author.

True, Heather Webber still has books in print with traditional publishers (some of my Nina Quinn series and the first three Lucy Valentines), but everything new HW has put out has been indie published.

Indie publishing, or self-publishing, has been an interesting journey for me. The main reason I jumped into the indie water was because A Hoe Lot of Trouble, the first book in the Nina Quinn series went out of print. I kept getting emails asking how people could find it, etc. I acquired my rights back and off I leapt into indie pubbing.

And it’s been wonderful. It’s opened up the possibilities of continuing series that were impossible to move to other publishing houses (this is akin to a TV show being canceled and trying to move to another network—next to impossible). I’m able to continue writing the Nina Quinn books and the Lucy Valentine series.

In my experience, the biggest downfall with self-publishing is definitely in the editing process. Despite how many pairs of eyes have looked at the manuscript, and how much I’ve paid a professional editor, mistakes are made. BUT, thankfully, I have wonderful eagle-eyed readers who point out those flaws so I can fix them. I truly appreciate that because no one wants the best possible product more than I do. Thankfully, all ebooks can be updated and you, as the consumer, can delete the original and re-download the newest version from your device's library (you do not have to repurchase it). Just check your (Kindle, Nook, etc) account to see if there’s an updated version available. Simple.

So, even though I’m split down the middle, I’ve been incredibly lucky to have readers who follow me wherever this road takes me. Honestly, can’t do it without all of you! Group hug.