Sunday, September 18, 2011

Presenting Regina Duke

I'm welcoming Regina Duke and her novella, Woof in the Wedding Plans. For a snappy, action packed read--this one comes highly recommended. 

If you enjoy laughing from the depth of your gut, this one's for you. If you enjoy a story that you just have to turn the next page to keep going, this one's for you. And if you enjoy stories about dogs...this one is definitely for you. FIVE STARS 

Here's a quick synopsis of Woof in the Wedding Plans: 

Wedding plans are well along, but Terri hates the plans and hates the planner! She has adopted a German shepherd, but he thinks he belongs to Russ, and Russ's two shepherds are not happy about it. Although Russ is the man of Terri's dreams, her future father-in-law is turning into the man of her nightmares. Her job may be in danger as well. Now one phone call throws her life into turmoil. Something has happened to Russ!
Come along for the ride as Terri tries to salvage her marriage plans and save her man! 

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Some end of summer reads

It's the end of the summer. Cooler weather is beginning to move down on our hot little heads. Finally! 

This has been the summer to remember--weather wise. I'll talk more about this summer once I can get my emotions in check from the drought, water conservation, trees dying, and now raging fires throughout my state. I live in Texas. 

These are my three stories: Tracking Perception (mystery novel), Halo and Holly (short story), and Yesterday's Chance (short story). All have wonderful endings, Happily Ever After, and I hope if you read them you can close them with a smile. They were written with love. 

I say goodnight with constant prayers for my neighbors who have lost their homes, their treasures, their lives. May the weather change soon and bring us blessed rain. 

Waving from Texas,