Nov 242014

This column originally appeared on 11/23/2014 at The Roses of Prose.

It happens fast, doesn’t it? Summer ends, school starts, Halloween hits and – boom – before we know it we fall into the holiday season.

Parties, shopping, decorating, shopping, tree lighting ceremonies, shopping, family dinners, followed by shopping.

In our family, the transition from Thanksgiving to Christmas isn’t quite as smooth as it could be. In our family, which includes me, my husband, our four children, three in-law children and four grandchildren, we have six birthdays to celebrate before we can fully break out the holiday cheer.

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Sep 172014

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What happens when former classmates get together for their twentieth high school reunion? Two books containing six stories Saturday In Serendipity and Road To Serendipity answer that question.

Please click over for a couple of free downloads, and join our cast of characters for a trip down memory lane.

Saturday In Serendipity brings you the following.

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Aug 082014

Danger, Intrigue and Everlasting Love

An Uncertain Destiny

Once again, author Jannine Gallant delivers an emotional and entertaining story. She has a knack for putting her heroines in peril and Megan Pendrake is no different. Accused of being a witch in Salem, Massachusetts in the 1600s, Megan’s only crime is to fall in love with the man who can’t live without her, Nicholas Thayer. In An Uncertain Destiny, two diverse characters come together to form an unyielding alliance as Megan and Nicholas conquer unbelievable odds to be together. For historical fans, for fans of suspense, for lovers of romance, I heartily recommend this book. Continue reading »

Mar 042014

The Champagne Flutes and Cowboy Boots Tour was fun. Jannine and I made a few new friends along the way. At one stop, Kristina Knight’s place, suave and sexy, my guy Jonah from Only If You Dare, seemed to pull ahead slightly. Though most comments said nice things about both heroes. Having read Asking For Trouble, I can tell you Cole has a heart of gold, even with a slightly misguided spirit.

Gracious southern hostess Loralee Lillibridge at Blogging from the Back Fence, noted the positive attributes of a true hero – when he loves, he loves unconditionally.

Can’t get much better than that.

Feb 252014

OnlyIfYouDare_w8294_750Only If You Dare my sixth book to be published by The Wild Rose Press, released world-wide on February 12, 2014. This multi-published journey of mine began in earnest in 2007 and has been going strong ever since.

It’s a thrill for me to have my work available for readers everywhere. More important along this trek are the people I’ve met, the friends I’ve made.

First and foremost that special group, the readers. My reason for doing all this. They are very precious to me. Those who write to say they enjoy my stories and are waiting for more. Who take the time to leave a review. Always welcome, no matter what they have to say.

Then there’s my critique partner, Jannine Gallant, who helps to keep my writing fresh, my characters and plot lines feasible and true. A dirty job, but someone has to do it.

Editor at the Last Rose of Summer line, Kathy Cottrell who saw something in my work she liked long ago and won’t quit on my prose until every word is right. Continue reading »

Feb 182014

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Tour Schedule

Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Nancy Jardine features 
Kristy Centeno 
Finding Fantastical Books 
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Authors’ Cafe 
Romance Me 
What Readers Want 
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Kristina Knight, Romance Author 
The Book Review
For Whom The Books Toll 
Friday, February 21, 2014
Romance Writer Sara Walter Ellwood 
Loralee Lillibridge – Blogging Across the Back Fence 
Saturday, February 22, 2014
M.J. Schiller, Romance Author
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Dec 042013

The entire month of December, The Roses Of Prose are proud to present a collection of brand new short stories for the holidays. While all the stories are different, they each begin with the same first line. “This was the last place she expected to spend Christmas.”

Please stop by and enjoy.

By the way, we did the same thing last year with the first line “She had just one wish for the holidays.” and got this great REVIEW


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