Book Reviews, Spotlight on Writing

Release Day for GROUNDED IN JANUARY!!

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from Brother Mockingbird Publishing

20190409_153528The day has finally arrived and now YOU can enjoy my first sweet romance novel. I’ve loved this story from the first idea (a fearful flyer), and my drive to include multiple sclerosis in a story (for my mom who suffered from the disease). From there the idea grew in Grounded in January. And, an important note, for many of you who remember Bayou, I hope you find this book extra special. While this story is a work of fiction, Bayou’s mannerisms are brought back to life (and his name) throughout the book. I do hope YOU find this story to be funny and inspiring.fb_img_1496244030665

Advance praise for Grounded in January.

Grounded in January is a heartwarming, down-to-earth tale that will convince you that two people, no matter how imperfect, can still find a perfect love. – Cassidy Carter, author of Love on Location and The Perfect Catch from Hallmark Publishing.

Grounded in January is a story of resilience and rebirth that will warm your heart. Kate and Ox reminds us that having faith in love can be the greatest leap we can make. – Maggie Wells, author of Love Game from Sourcebooks Casablanca.

A heartwarming tale of two people dealing with real-life issues that lead you on an emotional journey filled with angst and laughter. This story is a fantastic reminder that love can make all the difference in someone’s life, especially when other factors are full of uncertainty and out of one’s control. Inspirational! – Elsie Davis, author of Back in the Rancher’s Arms from Entangled Publishing.

Add Grounded in January to your Goodreads list!

Purchase it on IndieBound or Amazon! And request it for your local library and bookstores!

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Book Reviews, Spotlight on Writing, The Life of Dogs

Best Picture Book of 2018 for Writers

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I know you are thinking…what is that, a typo? No.

Can I Be Your Dog? by Troy Cummings (2018, Random House) is an amazing book about rejections. I mean about being rejected…

Let me start over…

Can I Be Your Dog is about a dog trying to find a home.

It’s also about rejections.

Arfy, the dog mails out letters asking those in his neighborhood if he can be their dog. One letter in particular was stolen from an agent. I’m most certain.

Okay, maybe not, but it sure seemed like it.

Can I Be Your Dog, an amazing picture book for all ages, especially writers.