I know I’ve been telling you about the Children of the Wild series, but it’s the weekend, time to kick back with a big mug of tea and relax with a sweet romance. Here it is. This one took a while to get ready, but here she is in all her glory.
Harmony Rupert was a typical university student, mired in debt, working two jobs, and trying to finish her education. That all changed when she began a study of historical arranged marriage. Her excitement about the project changes when she finds herself caught up in the process and wakes up beside a total stranger.
So there you go, pick up your copy today, make that pot of tea, then relax back and enjoy.
Also, keep your eye out for something new soon and remember to sign up for the newsletter for a sneak peek inside the covers.
It began with a bad date, a life on the run, and the arrival of an intergalactic hunter. What followed was a cat and mouse game across space, dimensions, and parallel universes. Tracy Hawks was the ultimate prey, not a job she’d wanted, and one she was getting damned tired of. Check out her adventures in the tales of the Corelian Guard.
Just finished re-reading this trilogy just for fun. Still enjoy the story and thinking I might add another three books, what do you think?
Wow, I’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback about the sweet romances. As I said before, I wrote most of these for friends many years ago. I’ve given them a new edit and cover then re-issued them for your enjoyment.
So, as per several requests, here’s a few more with multiple outlets to choose from. Enjoy!
There you go folks, a few more sweet romances for your summer reading. I’ll have more for you next time and later this month I hope to have a new book for you.
Hi folks, it’s been a bit of a tough week writer wise, but a load of fun otherwise. Yesterday was our 16th
anniversary. Friday we went shopping and burned off a credit card or two just for fun. We went Friday as a big storm was forecast for yesterday. On that shopping trip we found a yarn store with lots of wonderful fibers to fondle, a great little dog for a guardian, and a delightful woman to chat with.
We spent hours and dollars there. Yesterday, during the storm we sat knitting and giving thanks for our warm cozy cottage, the wonderful years we have shared and for the love that continues to grow between us. However, all that bonding did cut into my writing quite a bit. So I wound up doing this:
Instead of doing this:
Now, on with the confession, without further ado, here is the progress on those pesky ROW80 goals.
One: Write something at least five times or more each week.
Two: Write a minimum of 2500 on my WIP words each week.
I`m way behind here, but will catch up this coming week.
Three: Publish at least six new novels in 2012.
Ok, we have some action here. Book #4 of the St. John’s series went up on Smashwords this morning. Here it is:
Four: Read and review six or more first novels by new authors. (I don’t give bad reviews, so don’t panic, I’m friendly, honest. J
Five: do more to be supportive of new and struggling writers.
I fell down on this one this week. I need to get in the game with this one.
Six: Publish a small collection of erotic short stories. Hey, I’ve been around for over sixty years, and this one is on my bucket list. I will make it happen in 2012.
Ok, that’s about it for today folks. How is it going for you? Did you hit your targets? Let me know how it went for you.