The Secret of Camp Whispering Pines GET IT FOR FREE! Read this fun mystery as a stand-alone, or start with book #1 The Mystery Of Hollow Inn for only .99! (all of my books are free with Kindle Unlimited!) What could be better than hiking, swimming, and horseback riding? Having a mystery to solve, of course! When Sam and Ally go off to summer camp together, they discover the secrets of Camp Whispering Pines. Set in the beautiful, rugged mountains of the Pacific Northwest, the clues are slowly revealed and it’s up to the two girls to figure it out. New friendships are formed, while at the same time enemies lurk nearby. The closer they get to uncovering the truth behind the camp, the further they are pushed into danger and deceit. Can Sam and Alley put all of the pieces together before it’s too late? Follow them on … click here to read the full article.
Embracing the Anachronisms ~ Guest post by Rachel Rossano “An anachronism is a chronological inconsistency in some arrangement, especially a juxtaposition of person(s), events, objects, or customs from different periods of time.” – Wikipedia I love history. Since I was a child, I would pore over tomes of paintings, accounts of long ago events, and maps. Listening to my father’s retellings of his research for his doctrinal thesis or discussing the reasons someone’s representation of the past was wrong, I would collect facts and ideas and store them for later. In my teenage years, I was completely fascinated with Henry the VIII of England and the whole dynasty he was trying to preserve by divorcing, beheading, and out living his wives. In my young adult years, it was World War II that drew my interest. My nose was always in a book. All that said, I bet you are surprised … click here to read the full article.
Franky A. Brown started writing her Jane Austen retellings in May 2015. She started with Pride and Butterflies, then None But You. Now she’s published Emma’s Match a retelling of Emma by Jane Austen. In Franky’s retelling, Emma is a designer who’s business is struggling, but she’s never failed at anything and she doesn’t plan to fail here either. Can she walk the line between friendship and love or will she lose the only man she has ever loved? About the Book Emma Wallace has a plan up her sleeve to save her struggling design business, but not a clue what do to about the man who has her heart. Stealing a kiss from Will Knight years ago ended in an embarrassment she didn’t want to repeat. But when a popular new designer in town starts taking her clients and has eyes on Will, too, Emma decides it’s time … click here to read the full article.
Hey, everyone. I have an extra special announcement for you! My mom published her first book! The Secret Meadow is a short story and great for kids of all ages, including the ones with wrinkles! Available on Amazon Barnes & Noble iTunes And many other fine locations. For a specified time, you can buy The Secret Meadow for .99! When Billy left to go fishing, he didn’t know he would be the catch of the day. Billy Clark had spent the last two years learning to depend on no one but himself. When he’s kidnapped, he doubts his parents will even care. Now, whatever future he has is in the hands of a stranger. Even Billy isn’t prepared for what the man has in mind. With her head in the clouds and her feet soaking in Epsom salt, you can be sure this new author will leave you wanting … click here to read the full article.
Hi, everyone. Please join me in welcoming David Millican as we celebrate his new release, Frontier Preacher. At the end of this blog, you will find all David’s information, including some ways to win fun prizes. But first, prepare your heart and read David’s true story. Thanks for sharing your story, David. Congrats on your book! Guest post: by David A. Millican III I have never told this story before. There are many reasons I have kept it a secret but it has come to a point where I feel the need to share it. It was a hundred and two degrees with what felt like a thousand percent humidity as we tracked through the ancient forests. Our guide, a flat nosed Montagnard with a slight orange tinge to his hair hacked away at the overgrown forest in front of us. The cultural attaché from the government trailed behind us clucking … click here to read the full article.
Bokerah Brumley is one of six authors who published a story in the new release, Where the Light May Lead, an anthology which contains six bite-sized stories of women living out their faith in ordinary and extraordinary circumstances. Besides being an awesome author, Bokerah also manages eReader Obsession, a service that alerts readers to special deals on books that are temporarily free or on sale. So you should definitely run over there and sign up so you’ll have the added benefit of getting these alerts. Keep scrolling down to see a sample of Bokerah’s writing. Geiger Sweets Feb 21, 2021 Cordova Township, Illinois Beneath a face mask, Adamma sucked on a hard candy as she moved the Geiger counter. Her one bad habit. Sweets. Her co-worker had given her a bag full before she left headquarters for the three-week assignment. Thank goodness, she’d been able to finagle her way into the top-of-the-line radiation … click here to read the full article.
Faith Blum is one of six authors who published a story in the new release, Where the Light May Lead, an anthology which contains six bite-sized stories of women living out their faith in ordinary and extraordinary circumstances. Faith has been our fearless leader during the preparation and publishing process for this book. If you wander through her Amazon author page, you’ll see why she was such a wonderful choice. With a plethora of stories to choose from, Faith’s work primarily falls in the Christian historical fiction genre with favor to the Old West. New Life by Faith Blum It has been a month now since the angel left us. For years, we struggled to survive, all of us slowly dying from a mysterious malady. Those who couldn’t cope with their illness used whatever means possible to forget. Drugs, murder, endless shopping sprees, and so many other perverted things. None of … click here to read the full article.
Jane Lebak is one of six authors who published a story in the new release, Where the Light May Lead, an anthology which contains six bite-sized stories of women living out their faith in ordinary and extraordinary circumstances. With a sense of humor that will have you giggling within seconds of reading her work, most of Jane’s books include angels. Lots of angels. So don’t mess with her because I’m pretty sure they’ll have her back. Get to know Jane by checking out her collection on Amazon and her flash fiction story below. Divine Maternity Hold Harmless Agreement By Jane Lebak In the sixth month, God sent the angel Gabriel to Nazareth, a town in Galilee, to a virgin pledged to be married to a man named Joseph, a descendant of David. The virgin’s name was Mary. The angel went to her and said, “This agreement is enacted on March … click here to read the full article.
Recently, I was invited to attend an Author’s Fair at the public library in my hometown. I met some pretty amazing people and had the privilege of rubbing elbows with folks who’ve been on their writing journey for way longer than I have. Afterward, I was inspired to do a blog series to highlight some of these individuals and their work. I would like to thank Miranda, from the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library, for reaching out to these authors and begging on my behalf for their time and attention. Please help me to welcome Robert Collins. He is my first guest. Robert! Thanks for being willing to speak with me. R: You’re welcome. Thanks for having me. Tell me a little bit about yourself. Where did you grow up? Have you lived in Kansas your whole life? R: I grew up around the Wichita area, and I’ve lived in the state my whole life. … click here to read the full article.
A Guest Post by Earl Chinnici Cathy and I had known each other approximately seven years, yet never met in person. Now this was the week of her birthday and since I had little money, I decided to give my dear friend a glimpse into “my world” through the lens of a built-in camera on a miniature laptop computer. I was clueless at the time, but my world was about to drastically change. I phoned Cathy mid-morning and wished her a happy birthday. She seemed genuinely delighted as I told her of my intended gift and shared the information that she’d need to connect. When she started receiving the first images from the camera, her voice echoed her excitement even more. I gave her a tour of my home and yard. We were having so much fun. In fact, we enjoyed nearly an hour together before our schedules demanded that … click here to read the full article.