Here are the two links to the Amazon giveaways for my two books. Follow the links for a chance to win one of eight Masquerading Our Love and four Thinking About Love ebooks.
I love to give back to others so here is your chance to win my newest release. All you have to do is click on the links below and send a tweet to enter for a chance to win.
Here’s the blurb for Thinking About Love, Part 1 on Amazon.
Can love trump faith?
Seventeen year old, Trina Weber has the world at her feet: beautiful, part of the in-crowd, and with almost enough college credits to earn her AA while only a junior at Stonehaven High School.
With her whole life planned, all she needs to complete her perfect world is a boyfriend.
But not any guy will do.
She’s searching for a partner, who will accept her goals and all the studying that goes with becoming a family doctor.
When the gorgeous, equally ambitious college freshman Stuart Grant blazes into her South Florida paradise, he fits right in. He’s everything she dreamed of and more…except he doesn’t agree with the most important part of who she is.
The two links for the giveaway are:
All the giveaway rules are on Amazon’s website.
Both giveaways end on June 28th at 11:59 pm PST. If you don’t win you can borrow it for FREE on KU or purchase it for only $0.99!
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I want to wish all the moms reading this post a Happy Mother’s Day.
May this day be filled with the love you share with your children, grandchildren, moms, and grandmas or any other special mom in your life.
This day is bittersweet for me.
Unfortunately, my mom passed away before my children were born. While I enjoy the day with my own HEA hero and my children, every year I wish she could be here with us to celebrate her and the love I had for her.
I would’ve written her a card so I could express everything she meant to me in my own words, swallow her petite frame with big hugs, kiss her beautiful face, buy her a gift she really wanted, and spent time with her returning the love she always showed me.
If you can, please spend the day or a few hours or even make a call to express your love to that special mom in your life. We just never know.
And if you can share some love with other moms, even those who are strangers, by wishing them a Happy Mother’s Day.
You just might make that mom’s day.
So excited that it’s now live. You can download your free copy of the YA and NA collection at the following retailers:
Can’t wait to hear what you think about my first short story!
The FREE YA and NA Romance Collection from EIGHT best-selling and new authors is now available for pre-order at the following sites:
Pre-order today so your copy automatically downloads on April 25th and you can fall in love with these romance stories.
I love giving back so here is an Amazon giveaway. Follow the links to see if you can win one of the twenty-six copies of my ebook Masquerading Our Love (No purchase necessary and all the rules can be found on Amazon.com).
If you know someone who may like to read a YA Contemporary Romance book here’s a chance to win 1 of the 26 copy. Please share with them the links.
Links to the three different chances to win 1 of 26 ebook copies of Masquerading Our Love:
If you win please let me know and share on social media. Also please review the book if it impacts you in any way. Thanks!
Please share everywhere and keep loving everyone!
I hope you win yourself a copy!
In December 2008, with my children in elementary school and my husband’s job in jeopardy I prayed, followed by countless hours searching for a job. The answer to my prayer: I found the perfect job for him.
This scare prompted me in early 2009 to think about starting a business so we would be prepared when we became empty nesters, so again I prayed. I should’ve asked to grow my C.P.A. clientele, but my love for the profession, for working with numbers had diminished.
Later that year, my son wanted to read a book I thought might not be appropriate. Of course, I wanted to read it first. The love for reading I suppressed for years reawakened. I devoured teen books but switched to adult romance books because the teen romance books didn’t have enough hope in them. Reading became an addiction, worse than when I was in high school. I gave up television months later.
In 2011, on a night too wired to sleep, I opened up my laptop to surf the Net. But instead of clicking on my email or Facebook I clicked on Word and began Masquerading Our Love.
I had no plot, no character names, nada.
It didn’t matter because my fingers flew across the keyboard at the same time the words appeared on the screen. I could clearly see these characters; they weren’t characters I tried to fit into the story developing in front of my eyes. They were real. Only readers and writers will get this.
The following morning I showed my husband those first thirty pages. Based on reading six pages he encouraged me to continue. Despite the obligations of being a wife, a mom, and the sixty plus hours of volunteering I finished this book in three months.
The thought “Now what” ran through my head, more than once.
PUBLISH, of course. Duh, anyone?
Not having any clue, I joined critique and Facebook writing groups, as well as the Florida Writers Association (“FWA”). I spoke to agents, acquiring editors, and publishers while continuing to write more books. Based on everything I learned, and an acquiring editor informing me that although they liked my writing and my plot, the couldn’t connect with my main character, I decided to follow the self-publishing route.
After four years working on this novel and others, my close friends and my writing partners encouraged me to publish. My insecurities wanted to silence their voices but because they insisted, I prayed to win a prize in a FWA’s raffle drawing in 2015. In the middle of the crowded room, I closed my eyes and prayed.
A simple prayer: if God wanted me to publish soon then He should allow me to win something. Now I’m not lucky. Maybe I win once every five years, but when my eyes opened they focused on the first number the announcer said. No big deal as more than ten of the twenty tickets I started with it had the same number, then the second, still no big deal. For the rest of the numbers as my eyes read the next number on that one ticket, my eyes didn’t look at any other, the announcer said it. I won a free formatting, valued at $185. Yes, it was time to publish despite my insecurities. And it was time to atart telling my friends and family I hadn’t told.
After that moment I knew that I had to publish no matter how many doubts ran through my mind. From that point on, I won my cover without me remembering I had entered that contest, I won a $150 Amazon gift card, and many other prizes. These wins confirmed my writing path, pushed me forward until I finally published the paperback in October and the ebook in November 2016.
Summarizing the reason why I write: it was an answered prayer from God. And He doesn’t make mistakes.
It’ll be on sale for only $0.99 until November 15th.
Leave me a review and let me know if it impacted you. Thanks and love everyone!