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May 102013
 
APG Promo Day - 2 great reads!

Irish Fling by Valerie Douglas. Only $.99 today on Amazon At a crossroads in her life and career, orphaned Alli Dearborn had always been the smart one. With near perfect recall, she accomplished a lot in a very short time. A meteoric rise led to an equally meteoric fall. With her life and career in […]

Apr 022013
 
Sunshine and happiness

I love sunroofs. I’d forgotten how much until our new Expedition came with one. We opened it up this morning and it was instant happiness. Instantly it was all the endless summer days of my childhood again. Sunshine filtered through leaves. A warm breeze. The faint scent of manure from the garden. All it needed […]

Mar 292013
 
Free (and discounted) this weekend!

4.0 out of 5 stars – Song of the Fairy Queen, Epic Fantasy – March 26, 2013 I enjoy longer stories with a touch of paranormal and fantasy–this one had both. For those that enjoy a book that’s more of an “epic’ tale, you’ll love the book! This one has parts that made me sad, […]

Mar 132013
 
Changing Expectations

Writing is a different experience for each author.  And you find your expectations for your book can change many times. While writing, while editing and even after you’ve released it on an unsuspecting public……err published it. With One Small Touch I didn’t know what to expect. The story changed every time I wrote. It started […]

Feb 182013
 
On Writing Sequels

I read a book this week that was the third in the series. I don’t normally start a series with the third book, but this was a mystery series about a private detective so I didn’t think much of it. I should have. While the plot was interesting and the characters unique, the author didn’t […]

Feb 012013
 
Free days results (and some really fantastic comments)!

As you know, I offered One Small Touch for free on Tuesday and Wednesday. In my opinion, I had a fantastic run. I had 1725 downloads that spanned every country Amazon is available in except Brazil.  It’s not the stratospheric numbers that others have had but I’m thrilled beyond measure. That’s 1725 more potential readers […]