Monday, April 21, 2014

Adventure Scrapbook – Paradise in the Desert –Big Bend

One of my favorite places in Big Bend National Park is the Hot Springs Historic District. It’s an idyllic spot along the Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River, which was once used as a health spa and as a meeting place for people from both sides of the river. There are several preserved buildings and a magnificent giant palm fanning out over the rugged landscape. I dubbed it the, “tropical paradise in the desert,” in Deadly Exodus and identified it as the place the characters would attempt their daring border/river crossing into Mexico in their desperate run for freedom.  

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Happy Easter!


I hope everyone has a wonderful Easter weekend and has the opportunity to spend time with family and friends enjoying the traditions of this holiday. Be safe, have fun, and thank you for stopping by.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Legacy & Love

Get a double dose of romance with Paula Mowery’s Legacy & Love, which is comprised of two inspirational romance novellas. Please check out the blurbs below for a tiny taste of things to come, and to learn more about Paula, visit out her blog at www.paulamowery.blogspot.com, or follow at www.facebook.com/pages/Paula-Mowery/175869562589187

The Prayer Shawl
Sean Holland is a magazine reporter always looking for the next story. Hope Weaver is a pediatric nurse who shares Christ through making prayer shawls. The shawls are just the touchy-feely story Sean needs, even though he’ll have to endure Hope’s strong Christian beliefs to get it. An unexpected connection brings them together as a couple. But, can they find love if they don’t share their faith?
Inheritance
Alex Lyndon’s life has been a series of fits and starts with no finishes. She finds herself jobless and divorced. Now her only family, Granny Olivia, is critically ill.
Chase Carson had to step into running the family business when his father died. The time is past due for him to visit Miss Olivia.
Alex and Chase must go on a treasure hunt. Will each find purpose and love for their lives in the process?

Monday, April 14, 2014

Adventure Scrapbook – Early Mountain Memories

Many of my earliest memories are of riding my pony in the mountains of Wyoming.  It didn’t take long before I graduated to a horse, since it was a little difficult to keep up with the adults, despite my pony’s determination. I doubt I appreciated it at the time, but these early exploits provided some serious quality family bonding, and fueled my life-long sense of adventure.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Worth Her Weight In Gold

I would like to introduce historical romance author, Lynn Lovegreen. Lynn grew up in Alaska and taught English for 20 years before retiring to make more time for writing. When not writing, she loves to spend time with family and friends, read, travel, and shoot at targets with her cowboy action shooting club, the Alaska 49ers. Her young adult historical romances are set in the Alaska Gold Rush, a great time for drama, romance, and independent characters who made their own way in the world. For more on Lynn and her work, please visit her website at www.lynnlovegreen.com. You can also find her on Facebook and Pinterest.
Lynn’s latest novel, Worth Her Weight In Gold, was recently release by Prism Book Group. This exciting new novella is available directly from the publisher or from major on-line book retailers in e-book for just $0.99.
Blurb:
Ada Weiss is content to sing with her family at the new Juneau Opera House. But when she meets miner Tom Hickok, she wonders if there's more to life than the stage. For Tom, Ada is more precious than all the gold in the Treadwell Mine, but he doubts a regular guy has a chance with a beautiful singer. When a mob threatens to run their friend China Joe out of town, Ada and Tom work together and learn what their true characters really are.