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All this week, I’m donating every cent of my royalties, including pages read in Kindle Unlimited, to the Bailey family to help James (my godson) with his treatment. Ticky was recently diagnosed with DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma) a non-cancerous, inoperable brain tumor of the brain stem. It puts pressure on the parts of the…… Continue reading Benefit for James “Ticky-Man” Bailey ends soon
Sometimes, you just need a little something. A little bit of the Father here on Earth. He probably thinks of it as weakness of faith; maybe it is. I needed it, none the less. My world was rocked, not off its foundation, but like an old building built on stone, my walls crumbled when I…… Continue reading A God Nod
So, I had big goals this year. I was going to publish something every single month in 2017. Well, that’s going to turn into an average, but here’s what I’ve got so far, and what you can expect for the last half of this year. In January, I released A Ruby Glows, the Cutter’s Creek…… Continue reading Schedule Changes and Fluctuations
It’s here! Which means we’re halfway through this series! Are you loving it as much as I am? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073TSTT3Y Frances Arnsby has only three weeks to learn about romance. That’s all the time she has before the stagecoach whisks her back to Deadwood. Excited about a glowing future as a romance dime novelist, her hopes…… Continue reading Romance in Rapid ~ Seven Brides of South Dakota
From now until July 10th, you can enter to win a $20 gift card to Amazon… Just for shopping for books! Isn’t that just the coolest giveaway EVER? A Ruby Glows is on sale for this promotion, it’s usually $2.99 and is on sale for just $.99. Kit Morgan’s That Healing Touch is also on…… Continue reading July Book Sale and Giveaway!
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Let’s face it. Rejection sucks. No one ever likes to hear, “nope, sorry, your manuscript/project/idea/fill-in-the-blank just isn’t good enough.” But, unless you’re living somewhere on a deserted island, there’s no escaping rejection. I recently entered a story in a contest and found myself on the receiving end of some…