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It’s finally here!! My second Christmas book of the season is now live and available for purchase. This story was a long time in the making. Miranda has been a secondary character in the Willow Creek Series since book 1 when she appeared as a young 16-year-old. It was time for her to get her Happily Ever After and she found it where she least expected it. For those of you who have not read The Willow Creek Series…this is a stand-alone in that universe so you don’t need to have read them for this book to make any sense. It stands all on its own. 😉 When you wish upon a Christmas angel, all your dreams come true. Or so Miranda Talbert’s grandmother used to tell her. But growing into the role of Willow Creek’s resident spinster proved that it takes more than little girl wishes to make dreams come true. Sometimes it takes a bit Christmas magic and for fate to step in and give us exactly what we want in ways we least expect it. Get your copy at the links below!
We’re less than a week away from the first release of our 2019 Christmas Brides! Have you read last year’s books? They’re all on special this week. You can pick them up for .99¢ all the way through Thursday in preparation for Friday’s release of book 6, Caroline.” Pick up all the brides at the links below! 2018 Christmas Brides Book 1 Book 2 Book 3 Book 4 Book 5 2019 Christmas Brides Book 6 11/1 Book 7 11/8 Book 8 11/14 Book 9 11/22 Book 10 11/29 Book 11 12/6
The readers on my VIP Reader Group over on Facebook have been hearing me go on and on about a ‘secret story’ for a while now and I finally revealed to them what it was last week. Besides the Christmas book, CAROLINE: ANGEL CREEK CHRISTMAS BRIDE I had been writing, I was also working on a Willow Creek Christmas novella, titled THE ANGEL TREE. This is a stand-alone book that doesn’t have to be read in any particular order, not do you even have to be familiar with Willow Creek to enjoy it. So…keep reading to find out what this book is all about and see the pretty new cover! _________________________________ When you wish upon a Christmas angel, all your dreams come true. Or so Miranda Talbert’s grandmother used to tell her. But growing into the role of Willow Creek’s resident spinster proved that it takes more than little girl wishes to make dreams come true. Sometimes it takes a bit Christmas magic and for fate to step in and give us exactly what we want in ways we least expect it. Miranda Talbert first appeared in Book 1 of the series. She had a very small … Continue reading
Angel Creek Montana was introduced to you last year in the Angel Creek Christmas Brides Series I co-wrote with several authors. We’re back this year with even more! My book, Caroline, is the first to be released. Read more about it, including the entire first chapter, then click on the link to pre-order your copy for automatic download on November 1st! Caroline: Angel Creek Christmas Bride Book 6 (Sweet Historical Romance) She’s a woman who dreams of hearth and home… He’s a man with dreams as big as the Montana sky… Together they could make those dreams come true…if she wasn’t promised to another. Caroline Bishop leaves war-ravaged Charleston behind to be a mail-order bride for a man she’s never met. Meeting handsome Adam Larsen, a man who makes her pulse race with a single glance, along the way seems like a cruel twist of fate, especially when she learns he lives in the same small town she’s headed to. But fate isn’t through with them yet. When circumstances beyond her control once again leave her afloat, she’s convinced destiny put her in Adam’s path so why hasn’t he asked for her hand in marriage? And why does … Continue reading
Aliens are real. So are Prison Planets. Marcy Duncan finds out the hard way when she’s abducted and dumped on one and told to run or die trying because the inhabitants of Prison Moon One only want one thing–her. Captured and sent to the Arena, she soon becomes the property of a barbarian warlord everyone fears. He’s a golden-skinned devil wrapped in such a tempting package, her traitorous heart won’t look the other way, a move that might just get her killed when she realizes she’s just a pawn in a game with no winners. A game where she’s the bait. Get your copy exclusively on Amazon.com Get Your Free Copy If you’re new to Sci-Fi romance and want to give it a try before you buy….my first book in this series is FREE at the moment! Grab your copy of Prison Moon: Dragon Fire at Amazon.
In the town I grew up in, there is a yearly event that everyone looks forward to and this week marks the 130th Soldiers Reunion Week. The Soldiers Reunion is (credited as) the longest-running patriotic celebration in the United States not based on an official holiday. The tradition began in the county seat town (Newton, NC in Catawba County) on July 4, 1889, when Civil War veterans answered a statewide call for recognition of their wartime service and to register for pensions. The gathering, then on Court Square, led to annual veterans’ reunions, starting the popular patriotic event then called Old Soldiers Reunion. The Catawba County Museum of History – which is located in the downtown 1924 courthouse – displays a patriotic exhibit of historic military displays all week and is free to the public. Events around town include a Classic Car Show on Courthouse Square on Sunday, outdoor concerts with street dances on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, a ‘patriotic’ baby parade, and a “Pet Mania” dog show. Then on Thursday, Reunion Day, downtown surrounding the 1924 circa courthouse, craft vendors, artists, craftsmen, and food trucks line up around the square. A memorial service is held at 10 … Continue reading