I’m glad you’re here. Let’s relax together and share a good cup of coffee or tea. c[___] Then we can also pick up a good book or two.
I hope everyone has had a great summer. Yet, at the same time as I am thinking about making a comment about enjoying the warm sunny weather, in the back of my mind I hear echoes of comments about people complaining about the heat. Everyone knows how in the winter, people complain about the cold, regardless of how cold it is, on a comparative level. Seriously, here on the west coast I dare not complain about the cold when there are people on the east coast who have to shovel half their body height of snow for the length of their walkway to get their mail.
Enjoy the rest of the heat, before we’re at that again. I’ve already read a few posts on Facebook advertising how many weeks until Christmas. Please, everyone says. Not yet. Just thinking about that makes me want to run through the sprinkler while I still can.
In the meantime, if you haven’t already checked it out, my last project is a novella in a collection where a group of people are striving to set up a Christmas In July fundraiser to save their local animal shelter called Love In Mistletoe Springs available from Amazon.
Here’s the back cover info and a sneak preview of the cover
Love in Mistletoe Springs
A novella anthology by:
Authors: Lee Carver, Kimberly Rose Johnson, Lee Tobin McClain, Gail Sattler, and Ginger Solomon
Trouble happens when the Mistletoe Springs animal shelter loses their grant. The only way to save it is by running a fundraiser with a Christmas in July theme. But this is easier said than done! See how the group of volunteers scrambles to get all the details together amidst trials and tribulations, struggling with details and organizing and life in general – and is it good or bad when love gets in the way?
If you’d like to see my last book, it was out April 1st.
If you haven’t already checked it out, here is a link for Dating The Best Man.
Could Cory Bellanger Be More Than a Friend?
The tall, dark and handsome forest ranger has a way of making Daphne Carruthers feel safe. Her brother’s buddy is also awakening feelings deeper than friendship. Daphne wants to believe in the future Cory’s offering, but first she must come to terms with her painful past.
Helping Daphne recover from a difficult relationship, Cory knows he has to be careful where her heart is concerned. And Cory is hiding a secret of his own that could destroy the fragile trust they’re starting to build. Can he stop their pasts from sabotaging their future together—and convince Daphne he’s the best man for her?
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