Just in time to fill those new Kindles or Nooks…
The following titles are on sale only at Smashwords through Sunday (versions for all type of readers)
A Year of Romance, books 1-4 in the “Dorado, Texas” sweet historical series
A collection of the first four novellas in the “Dorado, Texas” series. Dorado is a small town on the central Texas prairie first visited by an ex-Texas Ranger looking for a job where he’ll have shelter during the upcoming winter, but he finds a mystery to solve (Wandering Home). Close to Christmas, a rescue from a runaway horse provides the formal introduction of a writer to a shy ranch hand she’s noticed from afar (Storybook Hero). Causing an injury to a boarding house client forces an adventurous woman into the role of escorting a visiting ranch hand on his quest to secure cattle for a drive north (My Heart Knew). A taciturn blacksmith finally has an opportunity to speak with the boarding house cook he’s been keen on meeting (Sparked by Love).
Anything But Flowers, book 3 in the “Sugar & Spice Bakery” sweet contemporary series
Single mother Farah Mayhew has her life under control–barely. When her car breaks down, she’s forced to accept help from a Texas charmer. She likes things done her way, but garage owner Gil Fremont has his own ideas about everything. Divorcée Farah Mayhew is determined to make her own way, but will she relinquish control when Gil Fremont races to the rescue and sweeps into her life?
April 24 through April 26, 2017
Sponsored by the Highway Cafe including members from the Trans Canada Romance Writers, this tour introduces you to 17 total authors with posts about spring and giveaways. Links to all participating authors is here.
My anticipation of spring may be different than that experienced by others. My current residence is a cabin set on Forest Service land in the southern California mountains. Because of the strict guidelines about keeping the area in its natural state, I don’t get to enjoy tulips or other spring flowers or see the blossoming of cherry or almond trees. So I’ve learned to appreciate the difference in the wildlife during my five years here. I notice the return of the stellar jays and woodpeckers to the trees (as long as they stay there and don’t peck on my cabin walls) and incorporate their caws and rat-a-tat sounds, as well as the swishing of the leaves, into my background sounds.
While sitting on my front deck, I saw the chipmunks and squirrels have started their inspection of the camp, too. Watching their antics always brings a smile.
The other day I was thrilled to spot a bobcat running across the road less than a quarter mile from our camp. I even slowed to a stop and just stared at where it hunkered behind a log. On the next trip away from home, I saw a juvenile coyote trotting alongside the road.
The new life always brings a sense of looking forward and wondering what’s yet to come. Spend at least a few minutes outside everyday and find something in your area that brings enjoyment.
Hunt for the Easter eggs on my site and leave a comment where you found them for an extra chance at winning a copy of my contemporary story, Anything But Flowers. (print to US only, ebook for other locations). Completing the tasks in the rafflecopter below earn more entries.
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And don’t forget to visit the other authors’ blogs by clicking here