If you love vampires, dragons, shifters, ghosts, and other hotties that go bump in the night, this is a limited time charity boxed set you don’t want to miss out on!
A fabulous collection and giveaway from Sally Cronin on Smorgasbord #blog!
Time for some self-promotion…. but I do come bearing gifts!
Here are a selection of my books that are on Kindle and therefore available on Amazon. I do have print versions but because of Amazon and its interpretation of the Inland Revenue rules on VAT…they are now only sold direct and through bookstores.
I am going to share the books and one of their reviews, and offer five of the E-versions to you as a Christmas gift. I have no expectation of a review, but I write books to be read, and it gives me pleasure to know that someone is intrigued enough to want to accept the book.
The offer runs from today 18th December until Midnight Christmas Eve 2018 wherever you live
I am an independent seller on Amazon so don’t do free versions of the book there. All you need to do is choose your book from…
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Something to tickle your funny bone by Joanne Guidoccio on The Sisterhood of Suspense blog 🙂
By Joanne Guidoccio
According to one study, adults laugh—on average—seventeen times a day. Pre-school children, on the other hand, can laugh up to 300 times a day.
That discrepancy becomes even more pronounced at this time of the year. With only one week to go before Christmas, many of us are scrambling to buy gifts, finish decorating, plan and prepare that special meal, and a host of other activities on a never-ending To-Do list.
I find small doses of humor effective during these busy times. Here are seven of my favorite jokes. Feel free to share them at the dinner table or water cooler.
A little boy opened the big family Bible. He was fascinated as he fingered through the old pages. Suddenly, something fell out of the Bible. He picked up the object and looked at it. What he saw was an old leaf that had been pressed in…
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The Lawman’s Christmas Proposal by Barbara White Daille A HUSBAND FOR CHRISTMAS? Mitch Weston's back in Cowboy Creek, and self-proclaimed matchmaker Jed Garland has his single granddaughter Andi on his mind. Mitch is a lawman, good with the little ones and easy on the eyes. He and Andi were highschool sweethearts, for heaven's sake! Why [...]
The Sisterhood of Suspense share lines with the theme, VISION, this week. Stop by for a visit, we’d love to hear from you 🙂
#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines with the topic, VISION
Interested in reading more? Click on the book covers below for information about the novel and the author.
The air began to sparkle, and her peripheral vision went black. All she could see were lighted circles of what was directly in front of her.
Elise heard someone calling her name, but it was muffled. With her vision blurry, she worked hard to focus on what looked like someone standing next to her.
A Twisted Fate (work in progress)
Excruciating pain began in her middle and trembling spread outward. Her breath dissolved in her chest. Darkness closed around her vision.
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Happy Holidays! Growing up, Christmas for our family often meant trips to Wilmore Park for a day of tobogganing with our cousins, hot cocoa and shortbread cookies with our grandparents, and... Christmas morning gift opening! My tree in Alberta Years later, after my dad passed away, DH (darling hubby) and I slowly took over the [...]
Award-winning author Karina Bliss launches her Special Forces series with a sweet, funny, growing-from-tragedy, kind of steamy friends-to-lovers romance. Love heals all wounds... Special Forces soldier Dan Jansen has come home from Afghanistan with one objective: to marry Josephine Swann. First he has to convince his childhood friend that their marriage 'agreement,' a tipsy scrawl [...]