Wednesday, October 23, 2013

5 Book Giveaway and an Up Close and Personal Interview on TBCN

Are you a member of The Book Club Network yet? It's a great place where readers and authors connect and book contest with giveaways from authors. Nora and Fred St.Laurent do a wonderful job keeping track of all the authors and readers comments. I've interview Nora before on my blog if you'd care to look back and check that one out.

Here's the good news--My publisher is giving away 5 books when you answer the questions posted on TCBN. The contest runs until the end of the month, so don't delay. Five people will win a copy of Perfectly Matched.

When you go to the link I provide you can join TBCN and join in the fun. There's always, books and prizes throughout the month. You can post a comment to my interview but to enter the contest, you must join TBCN to win.

I hope you check them out. They love their readers and authors and I'm so grateful to them.

Happy Fall,


Saturday, October 19, 2013

History behind Perfectly Matched and Book Giveaway

Popping in today to let you know that I'm the guest blogger over at one of my favorite sites-Petticoats and Pistols. I have a short article and historical pictures of the places mentioned in my new book, Perfectly Matched. Also, I'm giving away a copy of the book. To be entered, post me a comment and they will draw a winner and you'll be notified.

To enter to win click here: Petticoats & Pistols Blog. You'll enjoy some of the comments people have already posted. Have fun!


Thursday, October 10, 2013

Happy Fall!

I hope your fall weather is as spectacular as Georgia's! It's my favorite time of year, and I'm especially happy that Perfectly Matched was released last week. The feedback for my new book, Perfectly Matched, has been good so far. This completes The Blue Willow Brides series.

I attended Georgia Romance Writers Conference and had a good time. I finaled for The Maggie Award of Excellence but sorry to say, I didn't win, but my good friend Eva Marie Everson did. Congratulations to Eva! I believe all the finalist are winners to make it this far.

Wouldn't you know the lights were out for nearly two hours in the hotel and surrounding Norcross! I was in a workshop that evening and the only light we had at first were flashlights from my cell phone and a few other attendees. Elevators of course were out. Very eerie to say the least. Finally, the emergency hall lights came on so we had to move to the hall to have the workshop. We all had to laugh since the conference is called Moonlight and Magnolias. :)

The speakers were great! Deborah Dixon and Deborah Smith. Deborah Smith was quite the comedian. I met new friends from GA as well as from states far away, and food was delicious!

I'm excited about a magazine interview in the Nov/Dec issue of Southern Writer's Magazine! What an honor! I'll be posting the link here and on my Facebook Author page when it's available.

I have fabulous new to share about a tea that will be given for me at the Historic Blue Willow Inn in Social Circle, GA. So mark your calendars for February 8th if you live in driving distance. More to come when details are ironed out. This is going to be so much fun! I'm thrilled that they have asked me, and they will be selling my series in their lovely gift shop. I can hardly wait to tell you all about it!

One last piece of good news--Amazon selected Twice Promised for Kindle Big Deal and will be available for $3.99 on Kindle Oct. 11-27th. Here's the link: .

Come back soon, I have a giveaway coming up!

Happy Reading,