Happy New Year, everyone! I hope you did something special last night to welcome in 2013. I certainly did. At midnight, I kissed my favorite guy. 🙂
And now I’m celebrating the first few days of 2013 with a giveaway. For the next five days — Jan 1 to Jan 5 — WEDDING FEVER is free on Amazon.com. Please, tell all of your friends, and have all of your friends tell all of their friends, and etc, etc.
Liz Templeton, Bandit Creek’s star reporter, is about to have her life turned upside down.
When her ex-husband, Mitch Parker, returns to town to hunt for the legendary Lost Lake treasure, her mother and former mother-in-law are determined to reunite the estranged couple. While Liz dodges their attempts, she must also deal with the ghost of her teenage daughter, Naomi, who is obsessed with discovering whether or not Mitch is her father.
Liz has one chance to stop her family from driving her insane … and falling head over heels in love with her ex isn’t part of the plan.
2013 promises to be a busy year. I have some special things planned and I’ll announce them as I get them up and running. But first and foremost, I have books to write.
How about you? What is the number one item you hope to accomplish this year?
The Valentine Grinch novella has arrived just in time for the holidays. Yay!
This is a revised and expanded version of the story originally published in the WG2E All-For-Indies Anthology (the Viva La Valentine edition), so I want to warn you that if you bought the WG2E Viva La Valentine edition, you probably don’t want to buy the standalone version of the story … unless you want to read the revised and expanded version, that is. 🙂
This is Book One in the Home For The Holidays series. Watch for BookTwo in the series to come out some time in 2013.
You can read The Valentine Grinch blurb here.
Or read the excerpt here.
And of course, it’s available for purchase at Amazon, Smashwords, Kobo and All Romance eBooks!
Now, back to work on the mess-in-progress … just saying. 🙂
From our house to yours …
May your day be bright and merry and filled with joy and laughter.
I’ll be back tomorrow with a very special announcement.
I’m over at the Women Unplugged blog site today sharing a few things I’m grateful for.
With the events of last week still fresh in my mind, and the Seabrook Christmas preparations in full swing, I decided to take a moment to voice my gratitude. Click here to read my list.
From my house to yours, may your holidays be filled with laughter and joy.
It’s another Bandit Creek book today, a romantic suspense titled CHRISTMAS ON THE RUN by Louise Behiel.
Louise has always loved to read and you’ll never catch her without a book at hand. When she read Scarlett, the sequel to Gone With the Wind, she got hooked on the happily-ever-after endings. Louise came to writing while at an impasse for her Master’s degree. During this time, a sneaky little voice spoke up and said “You’ve read all those books, why don’t you write one?” So she did. And then she wrote another and another…
When Ramon Ramirez is found not guilty of first degree murder, Adelina Ramirez grabs their six year old daughter and leaves Atlanta, determined to keep him from taking Sadie to Brazil and keeping her there.
A bad snow storm on an almost-deserted road in Montana forces Lina to stay in Bandit Creek for Christmas. New friend Todd Black is bound to help the quiet woman and her child. He knows there’s more to her story than she’s saying, but it’s none of his business.
In the midst of Christmas preparations and a record snow storm, Ramon tracks her down. He doesn’t care about Lina but he wants his daughter and he’s going to take her.
With Todd at her side, Lina is forced to confront her worst fears. Together, they will face Ramon and forge a new future – a gift from her Christmas on the Run.
Read the Carla Roma interview, an excerpt from CHRISTMAS ON THE RUN, join us for the Facebook Release Party, and buy the book at Amazon.
On January 1, 2013, check back for the final Bandit Creek book. There’s something at Bandit Creek for everybody!
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