A Ruby Glows · Christian romance · cover reveal · Cutters Creek · Dreams in Deadwood

Welcome to 2017!

Welcome to 2017!

I’d like to start this year off with a bang! I just released my fourth Cutter’s Creek title and if you’re keeping count, that fifteen books in the series! You can pick up your copy for just $.99 until Saturday, but hurry, the price will go up to $2.99 after that!

GET YOURS HERE!

A Ruby Glows is the prequel to my new series, Seven Brides of South Dakota. If you pick up your copy, you’ll see a little offer at the end for a free copy of the first chapter of the next book, Dreams in Deadwood, if you sign up for my newsletter. Don’t fret. I didn’t forget about you! You can get your own copy of the first chapter of Dreams in Deadwood, HERE! But don’t forget to sign up for my newsletter for special offers, sales, and conversation!

Click HERE to sign up.

While I’m at it, I should just do a cover reveal for it.  You can see it below. I just love how the cover turned out, don’t you?

This looks to be an exciting and busy year with an uptick my releases. Not only that, the whole month of February, I’ll be giving away print copies of some of my favorite books to celebrate the release of my new series. If you haven’t joined me on Facebook yet, be sure to click the Facebook link and join me. You won’t want to miss a whole month of giveaways!

If you’ve read any of my books, I’d love to hear what you thought. A review is a great way of letting me know what you think.Thank you again for being a reader!dreams-in-deadwood-1

It’s about time for us to take down the Christmas tree here. We live in a small story and a half in the middle of rural MN. As much as I love the tree, it’s taking up valuable space. I always get a little sad when we put it away. How about you? Do you love the decorations, or are you happy to see them go?

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2 thoughts on “Welcome to 2017!

  1. Happy New Year Kari!! I do miss the Christmas decorations. Always a feeling of sadness when we start taking down the beautiful decorations. The neighborhoods seem so dreary now. I love your stories and can’t wait to reading Dreams in Deadwood. 🙂

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