Weathering Old Souls Cover Reveal! Authors: Didi Oviatt & James J. Cudney Publisher: Next Chapter Publication Date: May 15th, 2021 Pre-Sale Link: https://books2read.com/WOS Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/56709730-weathering-old-souls Book Site Links: https://didioviatt.wordpress.com/weathering-old-souls-by-james-j-cudney-and-didi-oviatt-coming-soon-2021/ https://jamesjcudney.com/weathering-old-souls/ *** You can find many posts with character intros & a video about the book in the above links Description: Abigail has always struggled …
I’m thrilled to share this awesome review from Jacqui Murray- thank you!
I’ve read a lot of Jacquie Biggar’s stories. They’re always fast-moving with engaging characters and just enough romance to make me hopeful. Her latest–The SEAL’s Temptation–is no exception.
The SEAL’s Temptation
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This is a well-written, enjoyable family drama...
This week's Sunday Stills Challenge is hosted on Marsha Ingrao's beautiful #blog. Check it out and join in here. The photo above is our girl, Harley. She's a 9 yr. old calico with attitude 🙂 In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this.Terry Pratchett We've taken her walking on the …
Sally Cronin shares an awesome review for The SEAL’s Temptation, along with reviews for Stevie Turner, John Howell, and Craig Boyack- thank you, Sally!
Welcome to the weekly news and some recent reviews for authors on the shelves.
The first author is Stevie Turner with a recent review for A Marriage of Convenience
About the book
Gerrie Hermann, aspiring rock star from a rich South African family, has an unusual proposal for Sophie Woods when he meets her for the first time in their university canteen. Strait-laced Sophie has never done anything out of the ordinary in the whole of her 19 years. When she decides to take Gerrie up on his offer she has no idea that her decision is going to affect the rest of her life in ways that she could never have foreseen, even in her wildest dreams.
One of the recent reviews for the book
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Jan Sikes was kind enough to share my new release, The SEAL’s Temptation, with her readers, and bonus, she gave me a wonderful review!
Hearts Book 7
Agent Maggie Holt knows about Hell…
eighteen months undercover in a Mexican cartel, Maggie is broken. The
kickass agent she once was, is gone, leaving her riddled with guilt
and nightmares. Forced to take paid leave, Maggie accepts the offer
of a vacation on the ranch of the man who’d rescued her from an
almost certain death.
Stein knows the signs of PTSD, he’d suffered the symptoms himself
as Chief Petty Officer of SEAL Team Five. Honorably retired from
duty, Frank has found peace at the family ranch and hopes it will do
the same for Magdalena. Ever since he’d first met her when she was
interrogating his buddy, Jared, Frank has been fascinated by the
raven-haired beauty and wants the chance to see where their
relationship could go.
O’Connor is Maggie’s partner…
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Here’s a wonderful review of Virtually Gone from Teri Polin- thank you, Teri!
From USA Today Bestselling Author, Jacquie Biggar, comes a gripping techno-thriller, part of a multi-author series tied together by an interlocking cast of characters, all centered around the fantastic new promise of high technology and the endless possibilities for crime that technology offers, in a world where getting away with murder can be not only plausible, but easy…if you just know how.
Investigative reporter Julie Crenshaw stumbles upon the case of a lifetime–one that could cost her everything.
When Julie is called on to investigate a string of sexual abuse cases, she doesn’t expect to land in the crosshairs of a serial rapist. Soon she’s in a race to find the facts before a killer makes her the headline.
Detective Matthew Roy is frustrated with his inability to track a rapist terrorizing his city. Added to that, his partner’s reporter girlfriend is dogging his every step and won’t heed his…
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I’m visiting Mae Clair’s awesome blog today. Stop by, we’d love to hear from you!
Hi, friends! Today, I have the very talented Jacquie Biggar as my guest. Jacquie is a USA Today bestselling author who delivers wonderful tales of romance, romantic suspense, and women’s fiction. Today, she’s here to share her newest release, The Seal’s Temptation. Please welcome Jacquie!
The SEAL’s Temptation is the long-awaited sequel to Maggie’s Revenge, book 6 in the Wounded Hearts series.
In Tidal Falls, Book 1 of the Wounded Hearts series, DEA Agent Magdalena Holt interrogates Navy SEAL Jared Martin after a violent assault at a Las Vegas casino known to be run by the Russian mafia. Jared is rescued from a night in jail when his Master Chief Frank Stein shows up to save the day.
Here’s a short excerpt of Frank and Maggie’s first meeting:
Frank leaned back as the door opened and a woman walked in. Okay, this was getting interesting. Either she’d made a wrong…
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John Howell opens a very interesting can of worms over on the Story Empire #blog today. Stop by and share your thoughts on the subject, he’d love to hear from you…
Unsplash photo -LeeAnn Cline
Hi SEers, John here with you again. Today I want to discuss authorship in light of the changing environment within our social framework. What do I mean by that statement? Well, to put it bluntly, I think it is time to take a look at how we write characters and stories in an atmosphere of ever-increasing sensitivity to the possibility of offending individuals and groups of people. Put another way, maybe it is time to seriously ponder the question, “Am I knowingly or unknowingly writing characters or a story which casts aspersions on anyone relative to their race, nationality, gender, sexual preference, religion, disabilities, or age?”
Now you may wonder why I suggest asking the question that I posed. I’m sure none of us would knowingly write any situation that in our heart knew discriminated against others. The key to the question is we may write…
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The Lies that bind...
Spring is here!
I'm thrilled to share my new release with you today!
The past haunts a family's future...
If you need an entertaining read and enjoy a sassy ghost, this one's for you!
If there is one book that I could recommend you buy, it's The Songbook of Benny Lament.
I gazed longingly at the hussle and bussle of the crowd at the county fair. Momma had warned me to stay away, but I couldn't resist the bright lights and laughter.
I Need You I'm doing a month-long book tour with a review option on Silver Dagger Book Tours to celebrate my upcoming new release, The SEAL's Temptation. If you have room, anybody with a blog, Facebook page and even Bookstagrammers are more than welcome to join - the more the merrier!! 😆https://www.silverdaggertours.com/tour-sign-ups/the-seals-temptation-tour-sign-ups Thank you in advance …
This week's Sunday Stills Challenge is... Rain!
At Santa Cruz Central High School, they called them the misfits, the outcasts, the weirdos. But most of us knew them as the Lost Boys…
Thank you to Sally Cronin on the wonderful review for My Baby Wrote Me a Letter!
I have some shorter reads that I like to keep to hand for sitting in the sunshine and can finish in an hour. This is the case with My Baby Wrote Me A Letter: An Inspirational Women’s Fiction Short Story by Jacquie Biggar
About the book
Eight months pregnant and her Navy husband away on a mission, Grace Freeman craves the security of her childhood home in Canada.
When a letter written by her long-lost mother is found in an old writing desk it creates a tear in the fabric of her family.
Can Grace find a way to bring peace to those she loves, or will a message from the past destroy their future?
My review for My Baby Wrote Me a Letter March 11th 2021
This might be a short story but it is packed with emotion. The actions of one woman has weighed heavily on the shoulders…
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