I used to read a lot and it seems like every book I start lately I never finish. So today I am posting because I just re-released two books that didn't sell for whatever reason like I had hope for so when I got the rights back I decided to rework them and offer promotions. So here are my two re-released, re-titled and revised novels. They are The Finish Line (Out of Time, book 1) and Love in Surprise, Arizona. They are both sexy and inspirational. I know, what a combination. But they are not sweet love stories like people are used to reading (rated G books) they are more like real life, which is gritty and flawed. So I hope you check them out. I will post them with their pics here below, but the buy links are also above in the narrative.
Saturday, January 21, 2017
Saturday, December 10, 2016
Southern Writers - Suite T: How to Write an Emotional Scene that Will Make Bot...: By Michelle Sutton I've been working on the writing craft for over twelve years now and I've learned a lot of things abou...
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Saturday, November 19, 2016
Missy Houghton hopes to defy the odds while marrying young, but ends up with a failed marriage when Chuck breaks her heart once again. In the midst of her divorce she loses her father to cancer, and now everything in her life feels broken. At her lowest point she meets Frank, a Christian man at her church, and he restores some of the faith she had lost in herself. Though reluctant to begin another relationship, they become close friends and she decides to give love one last chance. Soon drama with Franks's ex overwhelms her and she regrets committing her heart to another man. At the same time, she wants her marriage to be successful and is unwilling to give up easily. But she's not sure she can handle much more disappointment and pain. Will her new marriage last?
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
I was asked to talk about historical fiction and why I liked reading it so about halfway through the program you will hear my spot. It's after they finish part two of their interview with Philippa.
Sunday, October 09, 2016
Okay, so here is the thing... I haven't been reading a whole lot lately because I've been reformatting books I wrote years ago and putting them on kindle myself. I asked for the rights back because it seems more people borrow my books through kindle unlimited than actually buy them. I don't mind that, but if I have publishers that don't use kindle unlimited then the books are not available for my readers. That said, here are the buy links to the books I recently posted...