Thursday, September 20, 2018

Book 5 Coming After Christmas

     I hope you are keeping up with The Unforgettables and Georgy and Jack (Book 4), because book 5, Emmy and Clay, is really coming along. I am right on track to finish and publish this one right after Christmas in January or February at the latest. I love what is happening to my characters,because once again they have a mind of their own. (Shocking!) I was quite blown away at what happened yesterday!         And yes, you need to read the series in order. If you don't, you will spoil the surprises for yourself.

     And if you have already read this book, I would truly love to hear a review from you on Amazon or Goodreads, or both.

The Unforgettables: Georgy and Jack

Friday, September 7, 2018

Pre-Order Christmas Book


     I'm sorry to bring up Christmas when you are struggling to hang on to summer, but it has to be done.  Time flies by so quickly.

     My very first Christmas novella is now available for pre-order at Amazon for Kindle. Get it now and it will be dropped into your Kindle on October 14th.  So simple. Only $2.99 and always FREE on Kindle Unlimited.

 Nate Finnegan has never been a fan of Christmas.  His homelife as a child did not include pine trees and holly wreaths.  It was not that he disliked Christmas; he just didn't have an opinion one way or another.  When he decides to move to Michigan to work on a pine tree farm while going to college, he meets the Sparks family.  For them Christmas is not only an occupation, it is the best part of the year and what family is all about.  Soon their enthusiasm becomes infectious, and Nate has a big change of heart.
     Molly Sparks, the pine tree farmers' daughter, is exactly the girl Nate has dreamed about falling in love with, and having a family like the Sparks is something Nate has been waiting for his entire life.  But as the young couple soon begin to discover, things aren't always as easy as they first seem.  Will the promises they make to each other ever be fulfilled?  Or will Nate be left forever hoping for something unattainable?  It takes a Christmas miracle to work out the details of this sweet and tender love story.