Deck the Halls… With Ebooks!

Deck the Halls… With Ebooks!

Check it out!  Forty-four — yes FORTY-FOUR — ebook romances, each priced at $0.99! And most of these have never been on sale before, at any discount! Here’s the big spread:   My contribution is Harmony Hearts, a small-town romance set in Harmony Springs. This book has it all — a returning baseball hero, a woman who runs a knitting shop, a lonely boy looking for family, a reunion romance, a second chance at love, and...

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Three Part Harmony

Three Part Harmony

Sometimes, the best-laid plans just fail to come together. That’s been the case with my Harmony Springs novels — spicy and sweet small-town contemporary romances. I think part of the reason they initially failed to find a home was their original names. The titles were all Sinatra songs — romantic, fun classics — what could be wrong with that? Well, for one thing, people searching for my books found countless options to...

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Merry Christmas Bundle!

Merry Christmas Bundle!

A funny thing happened on the way to our winter holidays… First, I had a writing retreat that consumed a week of my time. Then, I had a long-anticipated vacation to New York City — full of hustle and bustle and seeing friends and eating way too much — resulting in another week gone. Then, I got a cold, resulting in — you guessed it — another week gone. The result? It’s hard to realize that Christmas is just...

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The Way You Look Tonight – In Stores NOW!

The Way You Look Tonight – In Stores NOW!

One of the fun things about writing a series of small town romances is the chance to visit with old friends…  Whether it’s stopping by the Orchard Diner to catch up over a snickerdoodle and a cup of coffee or dropping into Harmony Skeins to buy the perfect yarn for a new knitting project, Harmony Springs feels like home.   That’s why I had such a wonderful time writing The Way You Look Tonight.  Here’s what the book...

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A Baseball Love Story

A Baseball Love Story

Once upon a time, I knew nothing about baseball or its distaff cousin, softball. (Insert sad story about being chosen last for every ball game in elementary, middle, and high school.) Then I met my husband. Mark is a living encyclopedia of baseball. He studies Bill James’s Abstracts as bits of light reading. He was asked not to field any more questions at a Cooperstown Hall of Fame trivia contest because he knew all the answers. He lives,...

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