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Monthly Archives: November 2015
y guest today is an author new to me who was recommended by another author I know well, Michelle Stimpson. Author Vivian Kay is offering one Ebook copy of Secret Places. So be sure to answer the QUESTION below to be entered into the drawing. Here’s Vivian:
I am going to giveaway my copy of The Proper Wife so be sure to leave a comment at the end. The Proper Wife by Winnie Griggs My rating: 4 of 5 stars This wasn’t my first Winnie Griggs’ Love … Continue reading
My guest today is USA Today Bestselling Author Margaret Daley, a long time friend. She is one of the authors who wrote a novella for the Christmas Eve Kisses collection. And she’s here to share new holiday recipe. Here’s Margaret:
My guest today is USA Today Bestselling Author Margaret Daley, a long time friend. She is one of the authors who wrote a novella for the Christmas Eve Kisses collection. And she’s here to share new holiday recipe. Here’s Margaret: Continue reading
Here’s the Excerpt from my novella “Winter Homecoming,” part of the Christmas Eve Kisses Novella Collection.
Christmas Day, 1930
Why couldn’t life go according to plan? In the stark moonlight at the railroad freight yard, Will Gustafson sheltered his ears in his upturned collar against the bitter December wind. They called Chicago the Windy City and they weren’t wrong. In the distance he heard an engine idling. Relief flickered within him. Even late on Christmas Day, the trains were running.
At least something in this country was still working. He’d hoped the feared railroad guards or “bulls” he’d read about in the Tribune would be busy celebrating in their warm office and he could make his escape without meeting them. He didn’t know how to jump a freight, but he’d learn how tonight.
Maybe you missed it but I’ve been soliciting feedback about a cover and a title for my latest novella, “Winter Homecoming.” It debuts this week in an EBOOK holiday collection, along with holiday novellas by Margaret Daley, Lacy Williams, and Brenda Minton. Continue reading
The Right Kind of Girl by Betty Neels
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I’m a longtime Betty Neels’ reader. I found The Right Kind of Girl refreshing. For once the hero wasn’t a Dutch doctor! He’s an English doctor! Continue reading
If you’d like to have some fun next week, drop in and join the Love Inspired Group on Goodreads. We’re hosting a Launch the Holidays Costume Party. Dress like a Regency lady or a pioneer woman and be ready to … Continue reading
My guest today is Author Terri Reed and I decided to let her book tell you why you should pick it up at the earliest convenience! Here’s Terri:
Heather Larson-Randall, the heroine in my November release Murder Under the Mistletoe, book three of my Northern Border Patrol series, showed strength during her husband’s deployment and then when she lost him to the war in the Middle East. This left her to raise thier six-year-old son alone.