What Do Commas and a Simple Word Have in Common?

Good morning, y’all! Welcome to the Wednesday Weekly Blog Challenge sponsored by the good folks over at Long and Short Reviews. This week’s topic: things I wish I did better. Gravy! What don’t I wish I did better? LOL Oh! Wait! I got one… Saying no. Although I’m getting better at it now that I’m …

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From Alpha to Zulu: Life as a Military Bride, Alpha

Photo by Diomari Madulara on Unsplash I missed the deadline to sign up to participate in the group blog challenge A-Z this year. Bummer! It looks like so much fun. We actually play a version of the A to Z in Sweet Tea Mafia group about once a week with an announced theme. It’s a …

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Eight From a Shortie #wewriwa #8sunday

As many of you may have figured out by now, I tend to post my eights from totally random sources. Some have come from current releases. Some have come from current works in progress. The truth is, I don't like to reveal too, too much of what I have going on, so I tend to …

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In Support of the Keith Milano Memorial Fund

Welcome the 8th Annual Mental Health Awareness Month Book Fundraiser benefiting the Keith Milano Memorial Fund at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.   For the 8th year, an amazing group of authors have generously agreed to donate, in Keith name, a portion of their May book sales to help raise awareness for mental .... …

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A Nod and a Wink, Books Set Where I Live

I absolutely LOVE the topic for today’s Wednesday Weekly Blog Challenge! Thank you, Long and Short Reviews for not only hosting, but allowing us to toot our own state’s horn today (and maybe our own, too!). Books set in my city and/or state. Where do I start?! The first one which came to mind: Cold …

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In Memoriam

Every November 11, I call, text, or email our many veteran friends and thank them for their service. Why? Because that’s the designated day on the secular calendar on which all veterans are recognized in the States for their selfless service to their country. While there is some confusion surrounding this holiday, mainly having to …

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Eight from Reclaiming Raylyn, Just Released

My eight this week come from my just released military, second-chances romance, Reclaiming Raylyn, in which Gavin's buddy calls him out… “I think I have my life under control,” Gavin seethed. “Really?” Jay laughed and shook his head. “Right. That’s why Andy and I have been babysitting her all summer for you? And it totally …

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Rule Number One: Cardio! I Just Have to Run Faster than the Other Guy!

Yes, I’ve pulled the Zombieland card. Ha! When I first saw the topic for today’s edition of Wednesday Weekly Blog Challenge hosted by the fine folks over at Long and Short Reviews, I had to chuckle. I mean, I’m married to a Marine vet. I’m pretty sure no matter what comes to the door by …

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Release Week Happenings

Reclaiming Raylyn has officially released and I could not be more excited! It's now available at AMAZON. I thought I'd drop by here this evening and let y'all in on all the release week happenings going on the next few days. But before I get to all that, just let me give a heartfelt thanks …

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To Be (Redeemed) or Not to Be (Redeemed)

This week’s Wednesday Weekly Blog Challenge sponsored by Long and Short Reviews had me stumped a bit. The question is: what villain I’d like to see redeemed and why. I’m used to writing bad-ass heroes and heroines and never have much sympathy at all for the villains. So, this question had me thinking pretty hard. …

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