Monthly Archives: November 2011

To Hold or Not to Hold….a book

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The very first time I saw a Kindle was in my niece Shannon’s hand when I visited my sister in new Jersey a couple of years ago. She’d never been a big reader, but when she was laid up after … Continue reading

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Check out the interview…

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of my Run For Love heroine, Tori Henderson. Click Here

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We have a Winner!

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I’m happy to announce that Donna Shields, Soul Mate Publishing author of The Swan Cove Murders, has won a download of either A Wife By Christmas or A Run For Love, her choice. Thank you to everyone who commented on … Continue reading

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Release Day!!

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Today, my debut novel, A Run For Love, releases from Soul Mate Publishing. Many thanks to Senior Editor, Debby Gilbert, for taking a chance on me. Like the Academy Awards, there’s always lots of people to thank. But not wishing … Continue reading

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Congratulations…

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Are in order to the two authors who’s books hit the cyber-shelves today at www.soulmatepublishing.com. Highland Legacy by B. J. Scott; and The Swan Cover Murders by Donna Shields.   Highland Legacy: Faced with an abhorrent betrothal, Cailin Macmillan flees … Continue reading

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To Be or Not To Be…Captive!

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I walked the aisles of the video store recently, in search of a movie to pass away another evening with low level television offerings. As I scanned the titles, one in particular caught my attention. It was about the kidnapping … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween

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Halloween makes me think of a new plan to stimulate the economy that doesn’t include bailing any big shots out. On October 31, all adults will dress in a ghost or goblin outfit to go trick or treating. However, instead … Continue reading

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