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Re: Sleigh Bells Ring (6:18pm December 19, 2016):
Hope you and yours have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Re: Thirty Nights (6:16pm February 28, 2016):
His determination to support his family!!!
Re: An Amish Market (6:15pm February 28, 2016):
The one I always try to buy something from, even if it's a book, is Brenda
Novak's online auction. I even got my Dad, gone now, a book by an author
he liked because he had diabetes. That was what started me buying in
there. He is gone now but I still buy one thing. It's for my Daddy, RIP.
Re: An Amish Market (6:11pm February 28, 2016):
Honesty and loyalty. If he lies or cheats once, he will lie and cheat 100
times so I have to have that. Which, by the way, I do!
Re: Temper (6:08pm February 28, 2016):
I read. It is my escape. It takes me anywhere I want to go. Can be to
London in the 1800's or New York a month ago. It's a great was to escape!
Re: Highland Spitfire (6:06pm February 28, 2016):
Not one I can think of. I read a lot of historical fiction but can't even think of
one I've read taking place in Scotland
Re: Chicken Soup & Homicide (1:16pm February 23, 2016):
Well, a friends Dad tried to get me to eat Menudo once and I could not do
it. I do not eat anything strange except for chicken livers. That's the bravest
Re: Remaking Ryan (7:45pm January 22, 2016):
I love road trips. My biggest problem is that I have overactive bladder. The
commercial about gotta go, gotta go, gotta go right now? Me all the way!!!
Re: Enchantment of a Highlander (7:43pm January 22, 2016):
I am determined to get my bachelors. It is on the very long plan. I started at
40 and am 52 and still have a year to go. I have health issues so I may go
a year and then not be able to for 2 yrs. very long plan, lol.
Re: Heir To The Duke (7:40pm January 22, 2016):
My kids are great at telling me they see a spider which inevitably sends me
running and screaming in the other direction. I fall for it every.single.time!!!
Re: Montana Wild (7:36pm January 22, 2016):
The opportunity for a better life and the sense of adventure.
Re: Linny?s Sweet Dream List (7:34pm January 22, 2016):
Sounds like a great book. I think puppies are much better companions than
men, lol. Congrats on the new book.
Re: Divorced, Desperate, and Daring (1:28pm December 26, 2015):
A vial of poison!!!
Re: Illusion (9:21pm October 25, 2015):
I grew up in a house with a lot of supernatural experiences. You could hear
people walking when no one was there, a woman in white walked down the
staircase, the lights would go on and doors open, and it scared me to
Re: Promise to Keep (9:16pm October 25, 2015):
I absolutely am fascinated by Amish people. Their lifestyle is mind boggling
to think of. They don't seem to even miss the things we use daily. I think it
would be amazing to live that way on one hand but on the other, it seems
everything is about work. I just love it!!!
Re: Shooting Dirty (4:49pm September 23, 2015):
I prefer the nice guys. Bad boys lead to bad lives!!!!
Re: The Good Neighbor (10:38am September 8, 2015):
Well, I don't have too much creativity to protect. I really don't. I just read, lol.
Re: A Geek Girl's Guide to Murder (10:31am September 8, 2015):
I am the biggest geek ever. Probably about books and knowledge. I love
learning sooooo much!
Re: The Girl in the Glass (10:29am September 8, 2015):
I do. However they always do. I have seen this book on Amazon and would
sooooooo love to read it!!!!
Re: Royal Flush (10:27am September 8, 2015):
The excitement of everyone visiting. It's like everyone is hustling and
bustling every where. Just love it! Oh and we can't forget the slots.
Re: Never Broken (10:24am September 8, 2015):
Vicki is a form of Victoria. To conquer, be victorious! Easy one!
Re: Avelynn (10:21am September 8, 2015):
Geez, that's tough. I have read so much historical fiction. It's my favorite
genre. Probably the couple in "The Shoemaker's Wife". Loved that book.
Re: One True Heart (5:38pm March 31, 2015):
Congrats on the new book!
Re: The Unforgiven: Athos (5:36pm March 31, 2015):
That would be very difficult. Taking someone
else's canvas, so to speak, and making it your
own. Sounds interesting.
Re: Breath of Scandal (6:56pm March 27, 2015):
Absolutely love your books!
Re: Wagers Gone Awry (6:55pm March 27, 2015):
Sounds like a fun book. Congrats on your latest
Re: One Step Too Far (4:54pm March 18, 2015):
Congrats!!! Sounds like you've lived life on your terms.
Must be awesome!
Re: His Majesty's Secret Passion (4:37pm March 18, 2015):
I am reading "The Haunting of Sunshine Girl" by Paige
Re: The Snow Globe (10:37pm March 10, 2015):
I love historical fiction and will definitely
add to my TBR list. Sounds amazing. Congrats on
Re: Ask Me Nicely (6:58pm March 4, 2015):
No I do not believe in instant love. Yes, I believe there
can be an attraction you work on and find things uncommonly
I think if you immediately fall, it is lust. Just my own
Re: For Whom the Bluebell Tolls (7:48pm January 13, 2015):
I got a kick out of reading about this book. My Mom's name
is Audrey, I have a Grandma Mae (she has passed though) and
my husband's name is Brad. Guess that's a sign I need to
read this book. It sounds fun!
Re: Meow If It's Murder (5:09pm January 12, 2015):
Sounds like a fun book! Would love to read.
Re: Two Week Seduction (11:31pm January 5, 2015):
Gold for sure!
Re: You're So Fine (9:57am January 2, 2015):
I want to be brave and start a new life sans hubby. Too
many unhappy years.
In books I read, I want an ending. Nothing I hate worse
than cliffhangers. If I read a book, I want an ending!
Re: If the Shoe Kills (6:51pm November 17, 2014):
Hoping to be home after having health issues
Re: Her Best Shot (3:01am October 4, 2014):
Oops, spell check. PHIN!!! Sorry, lol
Re: Her Best Shot (3:00am October 4, 2014):
Oh in because he's cocky!!!
Re: To Love a King (9:21pm October 2, 2014):
Funny how something so insignificant to the rest of us could be a story in
the making to an author! Congrats on your book!
Re: Stirring The Plot (7:17am October 1, 2014):
Love cozy mysteries!
Re: In Your Dreams (7:15am October 1, 2014):
Love your books!
Re: Wild About Rachel (4:46pm September 24, 2014):
I was the exact same way. I am always reading something.
People comment that I am never not reading. What else is there
in life, short of being a billionaire, that takes you to
exotic places, let's you visit things you'd never get to?
There is nothing in the world like it. Oh and I also read
dictionaries. When my Grandma passed she left me all.of her
books, including her dictionaries that I used to read while at
her house while my siblings and cousins all played.yes, major
Re: The Wedding Soup Murder (11:38pm September 23, 2014):
Lol. Nice ending to that wedding. Hope he wasn't the groom!
Re: How Sweet The Sound (11:58pm September 21, 2014):
I wish I was in a book club!
Re: Night Of The White Buffalo (1:41am September 9, 2014):
I love historical fiction and novels about Native Americans. I
will have to check these two out. Congrats on the newest book!
Re: Two Week Seduction (1:17am September 9, 2014):
I love the Starbucks game. I got addicted to it myself and am
not much of a game player. It was a long hot summer for me. I
did spend a lot of time with my Mom so that was fun. Got to
go to WA and see my daughter, Grandson, and stayed with my
brother. Wish I were going back.now. I guess next summer.
Congrats on lots of writing. And definitely no bathing suits
for me, 1 nor 2 piece. Wouldn't want to scare everyone!
Re: A Winter Wedding (1:43pm September 6, 2014):
I am a very sensible person. Sometimes it just sucks because I
see my wild and crazy sister have a lot of fun because she is
Re: Driftwood Tides (1:38pm September 6, 2014):
My favorite books end up being the ones I truly "watch" in my
mind as I read. If an author can do that for me, then I am a
fan for life!!
Re: Forged by Desire (12:27pm September 2, 2014):
I took advantage of the freebie! Thank you! I had never even
tried Steampunk, actually had to ask my 70 something Mom what
it was. Then one day I decided to read a book listed as
Steampunk. I was absolutely hooked!!! I think I'll take the
day and try out yours. Thanks again for letting everyone know
about the freebie!!
Re: Heroes Are My Weakness (12:19pm August 27, 2014):
Congrats on the new release!
Re: Billionaire Blend (4:50pm August 25, 2014):
Oh how I wish I could cook. I just never grew up cooking so I
don't like it nor do it. But coffee, who doesn't love coffee?
Any way, shape, or form gotta love it! Congrats on the new
Re: Saving Gracie (8:19pm August 24, 2014):
Lol. I have to laugh. I live in UT and my daughter in
Washington. We are getting an early Fall. She posted on FB
the other day that all she needs now is her Pumpkin Spice
Latte. Too funny!
Re: In Your Corner (4:36pm July 25, 2014):
Awesome!!! I wish I was a badass like that. I think it's neat
that your Father wanted you all to be able to protect
yourself. I have never read one of your books but think I will
add one to my TBR. Sounds fun!!!
Re: Accidentally Married on Purpose (12:40pm July 19, 2014):
Went from David Cassidy to Shaun Cassidy!
Re: How To Lose A Lord in Ten Days or Less (9:42am July 16, 2014):
When I was younger I always had to be doing something! However
after becoming disabled the only thing I can do is read! I
used to run all the time. Could not sit still. Well I hate
that I can't do the things I did but have gone back to.one of
my first loves, reading, and wonder how I ever pushed it back
when I was not disabled. Anyway good luck with the book and
the 6 year old. They are fun but grow up way too fast. My
"baby" (youngest) turned 21 this month!!! Yikes!!!
Re: Rebel (4:14pm July 10, 2014):
Love supernatural books and stories!
Re: A Barricade In Hell (1:18am June 27, 2014):
Love ghost and spooky stories! Book sounds great!
Re: The Midwife (1:58am June 21, 2014):
PS. I just saw you wrote The Outcast. I LOVED that book!!!
Re: The Midwife (1:56am June 21, 2014):
Ah! What an amazing story. I hope she is able to reunite
with her birth mother but maybe that won't happen. Sounds
like the Mother's needing it too. How that must have been for
you to have someone so profoundly touched by your book. What
a gift, for both of you! Congrats on the book. I can not wait
Re: Phantom Wolf (5:11pm June 19, 2014):
I love paranormal books. One of my favorites.
Congratulations on the new book!
Re: Words Of Conviction (6:44pm June 16, 2014):
I love FBI thrillers and profilers!!! It is so fascinating!
Wish I had a friend that did that or better yet, me. Love
Re: Saving Amelie (4:02am June 14, 2014):
I love historical fiction. Sounds like a good one!
Re: Wicked Temptation (9:12pm June 4, 2014):
I would love to take a trip all over Europe and Asia!!!
Re: First Strike (7:21am June 4, 2014):
Oh I am so sorry. Will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
Good luck with everything!!!
Re: The Advocate (12:47pm May 20, 2014):
I think it would be amazing to see the coliseum ruins!!!
Re: By Any Means (6:55pm May 19, 2014):
You should be yelling to world that you are a writer. that is
Re: Paige Turned (2:38am April 20, 2014):
Sounds great! Would love to read!
Re: A Plain Man (2:36am April 20, 2014):
Love Amish books. Such fascinating things to learn!
Re: An Unexpected Sin (2:35am April 20, 2014):
I love books about this time in history. Will have to check
Re: A Promise In Pieces (3:43pm April 4, 2014):
How awesome. Congrats on the novel and continued success!
Re: Free Falling (5:58pm March 12, 2014):
Sounds like a great new series!
Re: The Rancher's Second Chance (5:57pm March 12, 2014):
I would like to have all of those in a man!
Re: What The Groom Wants (8:42am February 8, 2014):
You always have the most beautiful covers. Congrats on another
Re: The MacGregor's Lady (8:41am February 8, 2014):
Congrats on another release. I tend to enjoy the Victorian
period books myself!
Re: A Minute on the Lips (8:39am February 8, 2014):
Sounds great. Congrats on the new book!
Re: Baden-Powell's Beads: Aksum (12:06pm February 3, 2014):
Sounds awesome. Haven't read the others yet but will check
Re: Control (11:34pm January 30, 2014):
Sounds good. I see so many authors that listen to music while they write. Funny.
Re: Teacup Turbulence (2:04pm January 27, 2014):
I wish I had born with that talent. Alas I read, not write. Lol. Congrats!
Re: Wishing On Buttercups (12:40pm January 24, 2014):
I am a very insecure person but writers seem so sure of themselves. Nice
to know we all have the same hang ups abt things.
Re: Sadie's Secret (4:08pm January 17, 2014):
I love historical fiction. Would love to read these. Thanks
for the chance and Congrats on the books!
Re: Songs of Shenandoah (7:55am January 10, 2014):
When I read, I watch it take place in my mind. The
characters,The ones I like, become my friends so.yeah, I can
understand it being hard
Re: The Groom's Gamble (12:39pm January 5, 2014):
Sounds good. Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: Sunroper (11:16am January 2, 2014):
I lead a very boring life. I believe that's why I am such a voracious reader.
It's an escape, lol.
Re: The Trigger (4:22pm January 1, 2014):
Re: The Scandal in Kissing an Heir (4:54pm December 31, 2013):
Congrats!!! Sounds great! Happy New Year!
Re: Fighting Love (12:22pm December 17, 2013):
Never been friends with someone first. Always been friends were friends, a
boyfriend was a boyfriend. My husband and I met and started dating
immediately. Here we are 25 yrs later
Re: Wicked Little Secrets (1:32pm December 13, 2013):
Sounds like a good book. Have a happy Holiday season!!!
Re: Tangling with the CEO (11:52pm December 10, 2013):
Def somewhere in between. However I have my days when sweet just is
what I need to escape the harsh realities of life!
Re: The Blake Legacy (11:25pm December 6, 2013):
Wow! Big changes! Congrats!
Re: A Perfect Distraction (1:42pm November 28, 2013):
Well, I'm not thrilled with them either. Would rather have the
latest electronic toy than a diamond any day!!!
Re: Hard As It Gets (11:46am November 25, 2013):
I love my dog but can't think of any series I read reg that have them.
Hmmm. Never thought if it b4.
Re: The Wedding Game (5:59pm November 24, 2013):
Definitely would. I could use the money, lol.
Re: The Bitches of Brooklyn (8:31pm November 19, 2013):
My Coach bag that is so pretty I am afraid to use it. Lol.
Re: A Song At Twilight (8:51pm November 18, 2013):
Re: Bulletproof (9:52am November 13, 2013):
I read this book. You guys have to read it! It's such a good book!!!
Re: The Namesake (11:28am November 12, 2013):
Book sounds awesome. Congratulations!!!
Re: Scion of the Sun (12:42pm November 4, 2013):
Love paranormal, ya and sounds like a great book
Re: Born Wild (10:27am November 1, 2013):
Re: Hunter's Moon (6:51pm October 29, 2013):
Love paranormal! Congrats on new release!!!
Re: The Wishing Thread (9:21am October 28, 2013):
I am not talented to crochet or knit, lol. But I have been wanting to read this
book soooo badly!!!
Re: Norse Jewel (2:09pm October 27, 2013):
I am really tired of so many "New Adult Contemporary" books that all have
the same story line. I am getting to where I am trying to buy old classics to
get something different. It really does suck.
Re: The Butterfly Sister (7:05pm October 19, 2013):
Yup, I agree. There really is something spooky about Fall and
Re: A Lady's Secret Weapon (12:34pm October 18, 2013):
I love historical fiction. Esp if it has some added thing!!!
Re: Behind the Shattered Glass (2:33pm October 17, 2013):
I would rather be trapped by marriage. Not too good at being told what to
do. The book sounds awesome. Would love to read.
Re: Run The Risk (12:04pm October 17, 2013):
Re: Plague Ship (3:59pm October 15, 2013):
Sounds interesting but if only a doctor knows these things, how would we,
the readers, know any different if all the facts were not correct? I agree that
Drs most likely would be the best writers of medical thrillers though.
Re: Marry Me, Cowboy (12:06pm October 11, 2013):
Looks like a good book. Will have to add TBR list!
Re: Love and Other Games (1:23pm October 6, 2013):
I just want a fire, my Mickey blankey, and a good book and am ready to go.
Re: Newton Neighbors (11:54am October 5, 2013):
Wow, you are one busy lady!!! We are definitely a house of chaos. My 2
that live at home, one daughter out in the big world, are both adults but you
'do never know it, lol. Thought by now my life would be empty nested.
Nope. Not sure it'll ever happen, lol. Please let it happen. I long for the
cashmere wrap kinda life, lol. Congrats on the new book and on doing the
event with Nora Roberts. What an amazing honor!!!
Re: Kisses On Her Christmas List (7:06pm October 3, 2013):
I love Christmas stories for the simple fact it's the only time
I actually read, and enjoy, sappy love stories, lol.
Re: The Training (9:58pm October 2, 2013):
I wouldn't know half the stuff to even begin to write about it.
Anything I know about is because I have read it, lol.
Re: Dirty Trick (9:35am September 26, 2013):
Fall is my favorite time and love Halloween. Only problem is the season
lasts for such a short time anymore.
Re: One Lucky Vampire (6:03am September 25, 2013):
Wow! That's quite a while. You were one of the originals then! Congrats!
Re: Gideon's Call (3:15pm September 22, 2013):
Lol. Love my kindle and all the 24,000 bks on it!!!
Re: How To Entice An Enchantress (10:35am September 18, 2013):
Congrats on new book!
Re: The Surprising Enchantress (10:33am September 16, 2013):
Never been to New York. Maybe someday!
Re: True Spies (9:01am September 13, 2013):
Would love to read!!!
Re: The Dervish (3:54am September 8, 2013):
Historical fiction and even real history are my favorite. Love it!!!
Re: The Good Wife (3:26pm September 3, 2013):
I so want to read this series. Def on TBR list!!!!
Re: The Highlander's Desire (1:51pm August 31, 2013):
I would LOVE to go to Scotland. Someday I hope!
Re: What the Bride Wore (11:35pm August 29, 2013):
Sounds like another great book!
Re: Apocalyptic Moon (3:00pm August 23, 2013):
Love Paranormal and Dystopian!
Re: Last Chance Reunion (11:23pm August 21, 2013):
Love romantic suspense. Debra Webb's books are a very good example.
The Faces of Evil series. Awesome!
Re: Beneath the Dover Sky (8:56pm August 18, 2013):
Would love to read!
Re: Italian Affair (9:09am August 10, 2013):
I have characters from books I still think about! Amazing when that
Re: Love On A Midsummer Night (6:50pm August 8, 2013):
Looks like a good read!
Re: The Passion Of The Purple Plumeria (1:06pm August 6, 2013):
I read a lot. I love historical fiction. Favorite genre!
Re: Tall, Dark, And Vampire (5:06pm August 1, 2013):
I think being a Vampire would be cool because of the powers.
Re: Traveling Light (9:01am July 28, 2013):
Re: The Outcast Prince (8:53am July 25, 2013):
Love Paranormal and the imagination the authors have!!!
Re: Raspberries and Vinegar (10:30am July 21, 2013):
No cooking from scratch here. Box or microwave all the way.
Re: Rancher to the Rescue (7:52am July 17, 2013):
He knows everything about me and mostly true the other way around. Lol
Re: Charm and Consequence (1:40pm July 15, 2013):
Yeah!! My husband!!!
Re: Guardian (7:46am July 9, 2013):
I like second chance love stories. No fave really!!
Re: Paradise Valley (5:25pm July 4, 2013):
Looks good! Happy 4th!
Re: It Happened One Midnight (4:33pm July 3, 2013):
Love this series. Great excerpt!!!
Re: Summer at Mustang Ridge (11:47pm June 11, 2013):
My Mom's potato salad at family gatherings. It's a must!!!
Re: Flirting with Disaster (6:02pm June 9, 2013):
If only guys were like the Heroes in most books. They are always so perfect
and unfortunately not true life. I guess it could be said the same is true with
women. But most of the books I have read lately, the men are perfect and
the women screwed up. Nice change of pace!!!!
Re: The Firebird (9:36am June 7, 2013):
I love your books. Have all but 1 and its because I rechecked it out so didn't
need to buy!!!!!
Re: Tainted Angel (11:21pm June 6, 2013):
Love mystery and the intrigue. It's a life so few live so it's interesting.
Re: Dream Nights with the CEO (8:09pm June 5, 2013):
Love this post. I want to be an empty nester but they won't leave. No fair!!!!
Re: Sweet Revenge (3:33pm June 3, 2013):
Sounds interesting and different. Congrats!!!
Re: Katie's Choice (12:58pm June 2, 2013):
I love reading about their culture. It is fascinating!!!!
Re: South Of Surrender (10:49am June 1, 2013):
Congrats on the book. It is inspiring to see people overcome obstacles. We
all have trials of some kind so why not in books!!
Re: True (10:59pm May 31, 2013):
Well since I got married, had kids, and just turned 40 when I decided to hit
the books. By then it was a love of learning so it was good.
Re: Long Simmering Spring (4:47pm May 29, 2013):
Let's see. I've made a ton of mistakes, a lot not fixed. I guess it would be
being not as consistent with rules with my kids when they were younger.
Now I try to make them take more responsibility for themselves!!!
Re: Paige Torn (1:33pm May 28, 2013):
I can not grow anything. Brownest thumb ever!
Re: Until She Comes Home (1:32pm May 28, 2013):
Looks like a good book!!!!
Re: The Begonia Bribe (5:17am May 24, 2013):
I wish I had writer's brain so I could write great novels!!!
Re: Lady Vivian Defies A Duke (10:49pm May 23, 2013):
Re: Seducing Charlotte (8:43pm May 18, 2013):
Wouldn't bother me as long as it goes along with story but if
it's just gratuitous sex to sell a book, I might find it
Re: Past Due (3:06pm May 17, 2013):
My Dad always taught us to stand up for ourselves and to work
hard!!! My Mom taught us a Mother's love has no boundaries!!!
Re: Acadian Waltz (12:08pm May 15, 2013):
I would take true love over romance any day!
Re: Voodoo For Two (12:06pm May 15, 2013):
My parents traveled all over the US til my Dad got sick this
winter. Love hearing abt it!
Re: Ours To Love (11:58pm May 8, 2013):
Sounds great! Can't wait to read!
Re: The Seven-Day Target (10:40am April 29, 2013):
Love suspense myself.Throw in a hot guy, that much better!!!
Re: Detour to Dusk (11:30am April 28, 2013):
Sounds original compared to so many of the vamp books out
there. Would love to read!
Re: By Hook or By Crook (12:24pm April 27, 2013):
I have a difficult, actually very difficult, man!!!
Re: The Last Telegram (11:07am April 25, 2013):
What an amazing family history!!!! And your book sounds
Re: A Man for All Seasons (7:59pm April 19, 2013):
I believe in Karma, don't like breaking mirrors, and am sure
a lot more I can't think of right now.
Re: Guardian's Alliance (6:37am April 16, 2013):
Congrats on the book!
Re: A Method to Madness (6:36am April 16, 2013):
Wow, these books sound great!!!
Re: Night Demon (7:42pm April 14, 2013):
If you can't have a conversation with them, it just ends up
boring. Love a man with intelligence!
Re: Tactical Strike (6:14pm April 12, 2013):
Awesome. Women are equal so there shoukd be more bks abt
female military heroines.
Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (11:41am April 11, 2013):
I love the title. Definitely different and it sounds great!
Re: Flirting Under A Full Moon (11:39am April 11, 2013):
Sounds like a great book!
Re: What She Wants (11:41pm April 7, 2013):
I don't think there's a woman alive that can get in a mans
brain. Well, physically probably because I am sure there is
enough room up there to fit anyone. Men are pretty
Re: Sweet Madness (8:44pm April 5, 2013):
My favorite all time color is red. I wear red all the time. Congrats on the books.
Re: Once Tempted (8:08pm April 1, 2013):
Congrats on the release. I have taken a lot of road trips but none that have ever changed my life. Wish I could, lol.
Re: Second Chance (3:50pm March 31, 2013):
Sad to think of time travel to 1998 when it seems like
yesterday to me. However it was a good time in my life and
sure a lot of memories would be brought back. Interesting
Re: Revenge On Route 66 (7:26am March 29, 2013):
None. Only thing I share a bd with is the anniversary of
Hawaii being admitted to the union.
Re: Buried In A Bog (12:53pm March 18, 2013):
Happy St. Patrick's Day!!
Re: Assaulted Pretzel (8:38pm March 13, 2013):
Nope. No imagination, lol. And I envy you being able to spend time around the Amish. I have never been anywhere around them and just think they are fascinating.
Re: A SEAL's Surrender (12:01pm March 12, 2013):
I don't mind pets in stories. Most of us have them really so
Re: Hunted (3:04am March 12, 2013):
Congrats on your first book. And only 45 days? Amazing!
Re: Out Of Circulation (11:23pm March 10, 2013):
Books sound like a great series.
Re: The Blue-Ribbon Jalape?o Society Jubilee (5:47pm March 7, 2013):
Sounds like a fun book!
Re: The Turncoat (5:39pm March 6, 2013):
I love my enemy so it must work, lol. J/K. But I do love Historical Fiction. It is my favorite genre!
Re: The Survivor (11:26am March 5, 2013):
I am always aware of my surroundings. People distracted
become easy prey for criminals. A also always check my car
before I get in it at night. I am a certified chicken.
Re: Lord Of Darkness (1:18pm March 4, 2013):
Love the books. This one sounds great too!!
Re: The Christie Curse (1:44pm March 3, 2013):
If I wrote a mystery about either, there is no way they would NOT be alive. Would kind of freak me out.
Re: Into the Spotlight (7:07pm March 2, 2013):
Re: Protector (7:06pm March 2, 2013):
I have a few I reread but mostly just like new ones. And I ALWAYS have my Kindle.
Re: An Encounter at the Museum (4:10pm March 1, 2013):
We drove our motorcycle to San Luis Obispo and took a blanket and slept on the beach. Was amazing.
Re: The Chieftain (11:57am February 28, 2013):
Re: Cowboy Tough (11:56am February 28, 2013):
Sounds like a good book. Congrats.
Re: Wait Until Dark (11:49am February 28, 2013):
Great background info. Have a great day!
Re: Jake (4:24pm February 26, 2013):
Love cowboys. Tight jeans and all!
Re: Silence Of The Llamas (6:07pm February 25, 2013):
As much as I hate to admit, I love eavesdropping. I think
everyone does it but not everyone will admit it, lol.
Re: Seven Days Normal (5:18pm January 6, 2013):
Amazing that people can actually have the talent to write a
Re: The Missing Manuscript Of Jane Austen (5:15pm January 6, 2013):
I love reading so interesting to see the other side. I can
not even imagine trying to write a novel. I have so much
respect for writers!
Re: Deliver Me From Temptation (12:43pm December 22, 2012):
Books look awesome. Happy holidays.
Re: Captive Of The Border Lord (12:42pm December 22, 2012):
Well, my Daddy had to walk two miles each day in snow higher than he was to get to school And then we had the dragon flies that he told us were stinging needles and would sew our mouths shut if we talked or the earwigs crawling in our ears and making us go crazy. He had a ton. Sad part is I believed them about the bugs for years. I have an unnatural phobia of anything that crawls or flies.
Re: Betrayed by Shadows (2:43am December 18, 2012):
Actually I think if they are over the top nice girls, the story can be boring.
Unless of course it's the proverbial bad boy. But I think as a woman, I
want strong female characters. We have come too far to go back and
have to read of boring female characters!
Re: Fortune's Hero (11:05pm December 13, 2012):
I can't even imagine. As fast as technology is going, it just boggles my mind what they will have, if the world is still going!
Re: Taming the Outback (6:11pm November 25, 2012):
I am a fiesty person so yes, love fiesty heroines!
Re: Kissed By A Vampire (2:19pm October 28, 2012):
Love vampires for the most part!
Re: Escape (4:18pm October 21, 2012):
Sounds awesome. Thanks for to win!
Re: Rev It Up (4:15pm October 21, 2012):
I think it's funny but some of the best books I have read are from writers
that wrote outside of their normal genre. So I think if an author can take
the chance, we as readers can be the winners in the long run!
Re: Miss Lavigne's Little White Lie (11:18pm October 18, 2012):
I always trust my first impression. It hasn't failed me so although I
probably do miss out, I go with my very large gut!!
Re: Return Of The Border Warrior (1:45pm October 17, 2012):
I guess my secret like would be YA fiction. I am a Grandma but love it. It
and historical fiction are my favorite types of books ever!!!
Re: The Shadowy Horses (12:58pm October 14, 2012):
I think dialect does add to a story just like using words from the time
frame of the book, if historical. Makes it more believable!
Re: Against His Will (4:39pm October 11, 2012):
Sounds great!!! Can't wait to read it!!
Re: Run The Risk (2:52pm October 10, 2012):
On Dublin Street. Just the whole way of the book and then he turns out
Re: Against His Will (11:46am October 8, 2012):
It's hard to read a book if I don't like the characters but if the bookis ok, I
just read anyways!
Re: Lady X's Cowboy (11:43am October 8, 2012):
Reading 50 Shades of Grey. Finally just admitted it. Shocked everyone I
Re: The Hallowed Ones (2:07am October 7, 2012):
I love reading about the Amish. We were just talking about the
Rumspringa at my brother's and his wife's house last week. So
Re: Wild Encounter (2:03am October 7, 2012):
Oh geez. That's tough. I could never eat bugs. I would get sick and I think
that'd make it worse. Hopefully nothing involving blood. The sick thing
again. I guess I woukd never know until I was put in the situation. Now I
really, really want to read this!!!!
Re: Savage Hunger (1:35am October 5, 2012):
The Amazon would scare me. I hear they have ginormous spiders. I
would die on the spot, lol. But an adventure sounds amazing!
Re: The Ruins Of Lace (1:33am October 5, 2012):
Looks like a great book!
Re: Temptation In A Kilt (9:46am September 9, 2012):
Gotta love a man in a kilt!
Re: When You Give A Duke A Diamond (9:44am September 9, 2012):
Love your books and this one sounds great!
Re: In Rides Trouble (4:14pm September 7, 2012):
Sounds awesome. I love the idea of the series. Congrats!!
Re: Fool For Love (9:04am August 29, 2012):
Love cupcakes!!! The series sounds great!
Re: In the Line of Duty (4:05am August 26, 2012):
Funny because it's always been the proverbial women melt when they
see a man in uniform but knowing my husband and various other males,
it is true when the man in a uniform is a woman. They think it's sexy too
though they may not admit it like we do!
Re: Florentine's Hero (3:34pm August 25, 2012):
I had never heard of then. Definitely going to check it out! The book
Re: Bruja Brouhaha (9:58pm August 24, 2012):
Sounds great! Would love to read them. Have a great weekend everyone!
Re: Big Sky Mountain (3:36pm August 22, 2012):
What a wonderful program. I am wanting to enter but am curious. Is it
just for women who have never been or can I apply if I have 2 yrs of
college completed? My goal has been get my bachelors degree.
Re: Allergic To Death (2:27pm August 18, 2012):
Contests on making your stream come true! Both books sound great and
am sure will do great.
Re: Hearse And Buggy (8:04am August 17, 2012):
Loved Laura Ingalls books and show. However am so absolutely
fascinated with Amish people and their way of life. I sometimes think I
was born in the wrong century or religion, whichever!
Re: Primal Possession (4:46pm August 15, 2012):
She has to be real tough to deal with whatever the nemesis is!
Re: Deep Blue (4:32pm August 14, 2012):
I have never had the pleasure of going on a cruise but hope to someday!
Re: Sweet Deception (4:50pm August 13, 2012):
My kids, of course, and anyone messing with them. Might bring out a
few claws too!!!
The book sounds awesome. Congrats!
Re: Seducing Cinderella (10:32pm August 12, 2012):
Never heard of a trope either. I guess friends to lovers. I think that would
be the hardest line to cross in real life so will go with that!
Re: Wild Texas Rose (5:51pm August 6, 2012):
35 books. Amazing! Congrats on the book. Sounds wonderful and I really
like the cover. Just beautiful!
Re: The Last Victim (12:50pm August 5, 2012):
Love your books. After 31 yrs of writing and being so successful then it
seems you are correct in taking your own advice. You definitely are doing
Re: Going To The Bad (12:46pm August 5, 2012):
Sounds great. However I hate when a character in a series I like is killed
off. Kind of ruins it sometimes.
Re: Married By Midnight (11:53pm August 3, 2012):
I've yet to start reading a series that never ended. This will sound rude
but if I did, I would probablynot read anything from that author again. I
know sometimes things happen but if someone can put out their hard
earned money, I feel it's completely irresponsible of the author. Kind of
harsh but there are too many authors to choose from to have one let you
down jmin that way. Unless of course it was way beyond their power.
Re: I Own The Dawn (3:34am August 2, 2012):
Well laughter is the key to a good marriage!!!
Re: Sacrifice of Passion (6:44pm July 20, 2012):
I have never watched it! I always had the impression from what I heard
is that he was a dark hero.
Re: The Reluctant Matchmaker (4:39pm July 10, 2012):
My hubby is almost a foot taller than I am. No big deal. My daughter is
shorter than I am but my 2 sons are tall like their Dad. I kind of like it.
Feel very protected because of it. My boys watch out for me, reach things
on the top shelf, etc.
Re: One Breath Away (11:10am July 9, 2012):
I love suspense, murder mystery, etc. I now have to read some
contemporary romance just so all I read is not about the evils of life.
However first and foremost is thd first category. Guess I always want to
know the whys of the evil in the world, even uf it is through a book.
Re: Into The Darkest Corner (2:18am June 24, 2012):
I do not belong to a book club as I have no clue of any in my area. I do
know of one but it is dedicated to reading a certain religion books and I
don't read those books. I would love to though. Also I read at my pace
which is considerably faster than they woukd go. Can easily read 2 200
page novels a day or a longer one and starting on the next. Maybe more
somedays, less somedays.
Re: Racing The Devil (5:19pm March 2, 2012):
Sad thing. I have never watched Saving Private Ryan. I am an obsessive
reader and never seem to watch Tv or go to movies. Pathetic, isn't it?
Re: A Promise Of Safekeeping (3:27am January 1, 2012):
I keep everything!!! I am a hoarder thru and thru.
My favorite thing to collect, one of many, is my
antique purses. But again, I hoarde!!!!
Re: The Nine Lives Of Christmas (10:42am December 24, 2011):
I have so many books downloaded on my Kindle that I don't even know what I will be reading but am going to pick out a Christmasy feel good book to read today.
Re: Come Back To Me (11:35am December 21, 2011):
Clever. I just got through reading "Chasing Amanda". Wow, what an amazing "PLOT". I literally could not put it down. Have a nice holiday!!
Re: Lady Seductress's Ball (12:09pm December 19, 2011):
I love white chocolate macadamia nut cookies, yummy!! I just got through reading an awesome Jade Lee book. Amazing!!!
Re: The Rake And The Recluse (3:14pm September 18, 2011):
What a cool idea except for in a Kindle pics don't show up very well so it would be better in a paperback format.
Re: Tempted (10:26am September 15, 2011):
Congrats on the success with your novels and your future success. Thanks for a chance to win.
Re: Out in Blue (1:15pm September 13, 2011):
I love Angels. I believe in Angels and love reading anything associated with them. As the song goes, "I believe there are Angels among up." And I truly do.
Re: Deep Disclosure (10:26am September 7, 2011):
I try to live for now but I do have a tendancy for the What if's. I hate it and wish I could stop but I do it alot.
Re: Diaries Of An Urban Panther (1:09am September 1, 2011):
If something jumped out of me, I would fall over dead of a heart attack. I read too many mysteries and true crime, lol.
Re: The Bone House (12:15pm August 22, 2011):
psychological thrillers are my favorite genre. I love them and if written right, I seriously can't put one down until it is ended. I also read alot of true crime because I think one of these days I will figure it all out. What it is that can turn a seemingly "normal" person into a killer, lol. Can you tell I took alot of Psychology in college? It absolutely fascinates me.
Your books sound wonderful and am hoping I can find them on Kindle because I may just go buy one now.
Re: Deadly Obsession (12:54pm August 16, 2011):
I think a man just taking care of his family and being a wonderful father makes a man heroic.
Sounds like a great book. Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: The Landlord's Black-Eyed Daughter (7:25pm August 10, 2011):
30 and should have 5 kids. Hmm. Can you imagine? Book sounds great!
Re: The Full Moon Bride (12:33pm August 1, 2011):
I've always read that writing what is in your soul turns out the best books so am sure it is a winner. Sounds like a great book too.
Re: What A Goddess Wants (9:54am July 28, 2011):
I could tell you what a goddess wants, lol. No seriously, your life sounds like mine except mine if from a chronic illness that hit as my kids were finally getting a little older and more independent. There are days when I get the laundry done, dishes washed (in the dishwasher, of course), and dinner done if I am lucky. Those are the almost must do's but the "Spring cleaning" has left my life for good. It was a very hard adjustment to make as I was an absolute clean freak all my life (well maybe except when I was a teen). Sometimes you just have to not worry about the little things and do what you have to. It's been hard but am finally getting over the guilt of it all.
Re: The Genesis Key (1:57pm July 27, 2011):
Wow, sounds amazing. I have often wondered about Genesis and the life span. It always talks of men that had their children in their 97th yr and went on the live another 789 yrs, etc. Were their years different or did they live that long? Anyways, the book sounds just up my alley and will have to definitely check it out. Congrats on your novel.
Re: A Gentleman Never Tells (12:11pm July 25, 2011):
Well, the funniest thing I can think of it a book I read, an eBook given away so people could comment on her writing and her is going to remain anonymous. I read about 1/2 way and all of the sudden there was another woman's name, not the main characters. It had already been checked over by the editor, and was available for purchase on Amazon.com and no one even noticed. She had accidentally changed the heroine's name at one point in the book. I emailed her thinking I had lost my mind. After I brought it to her attention, she in fact had put in the wrong name. She couldn't believe it had gone thru all those avenues and no one else that had ever read it noticed. She had to go in and change it. But in her defense, I am anal about errors in books. I always think, wow, I could have done proof reading better than that, lol. I am bad. I notice everything.
Re: Hold Me (1:57am July 24, 2011):
Wish I believed in true love. I actually do as in my parents case but don't believe it happens anymore. Sometimes I wish I had been born in another time so I could experience true love.
I am not saying I have never had my heart broken. More than my share and I believe it does make the heart hurt but enjoy true love, never have had it.
Re: Undead And Undermined (1:54am July 24, 2011):
Too funny. You have such a sense of humor. I personally love the Twilight series but when you think of it in the way you bring it up, it is a little out there. LOL. Now will have to check out your books. Never have but if your writing here is any indication, I know I will not be disappointed.
Re: Touch If You Dare (10:37am July 21, 2011):
I wouldn't want a man filled with hate, well bottled up in him, but the rest doesn't sound too bad. Broad shoulders, etc. Yeah, sounds good to me!!
Re: In The Heat Of The Bite (1:27pm July 20, 2011):
Book sounds awesome. Would love to read it!
Re: Night Walker (12:45pm July 18, 2011):
I would not want to live forever unless I could choose the age at which I would live forever at. If I could go back to about 23, definitely. At my age now, no. So it could go either way.
Re: The What If Guy (3:39pm July 17, 2011):
I am with the same person after 23 years. I don't even remember if and when it was love. It just all of the sudden we were a couple (a couple of idiots, maybe). Anyways, with so many divorces in my family, including myself prior to meeting my current spouse, I would like to know why people can't make it work.
Re: A Spark of Death (2:00pm July 15, 2011):
Sounds fun! I love forensics and can't imagine they had anything forensic back in the day so I am sure it would be a great read. Good luck with the book. Amazing reviews!!
Re: Bastian (1:47pm May 1, 2011):
I have never been able to stay friends with someone after we had broken up. There are too many emotions involved but know many people that have been able to remain friends. The book sounds awesome.
Re: Heart of Deception (9:52pm April 29, 2011):
I don't wear hats but after seeing the Royal Wedding, it makes you see how classy it makes all of the women look. Sounds like a great book to get started with it.
Re: Haunting Desire (2:35pm April 6, 2011):
I really don't know any Celtic legends. Hope I can still enter. Never really thought about it before. Anyways, it sounds like an awesome book. I love historical books.
Re: Rock Hard (7:48am April 4, 2011):
I can relate to a relationship like that. Been in 1 for 23 yrs, lol. Sounds like a great book.
Re: Angel's Verdict (5:58pm April 3, 2011):
I love the idea of your series. Sounds awesome.
Re: The Return Of Black Douglas (12:49pm April 1, 2011):
Sounds awesome. I love ancient history. I had to take an ancient history class in college and was like ugh until I got going in it. Then I couldnt get enough info. Love, love, love it!
Re: Mimosas, Mischief, and Murder (4:33pm March 31, 2011):
My daughter lives in Spokane. I go there every Christmas, well since my Grandson was born 2 yrs ago, and it does snow. However I live in Utah and we get it worse than they do sometimes. Ick. I have moved a few times and have lived in 5 different cities since my adulthood. Am thinking Spokane would be a good place to settle since the daughter and grandbaby are there. Anyways, I love mysteries and now will have to look up the first 2 books that are taking place in Spokane. I LOVE it there.
Re: The Beloved Dead (12:39pm March 27, 2011):
Love mysteries. I have never heard of the authors you mentioned and will have to check them out.
Re: Angel's Rest (10:09am March 12, 2011):
How lucky you are. I have 2 teen boys that can't seem to fly the coop. My daughter is off living her life but my boys are here. I WANT TO BE AN EMPTY NESTER. Anyways, the book sounds great. I am more in to the contemporary romance stories. Good luck and Congrats. Talk about coming back with a bang!!!!!
Re: Deadly Ties (11:31pm February 7, 2011):
Sounds like an awesome book. It's hard when women get in these situations. I feel for anyone that does. And ya know, emotional abuse to me is almost worse. The pain heals but the damage to a person's psyche can never heal.
Re: Twins Under His Tree (2:40pm December 2, 2010):
What an awesome concept. I don't think the PTSD was talked about because the generation was a quiet and stoic generation. Sad. And I think the Vets of the Vietnam was were just forgotten about. Sad too. I am thankful everyday for the ones serving to make this world a better and safer place for all of us. I can't imagine what they and their families go through. God Bless them all!!!
Re: Outrageously Yours (10:49pm December 1, 2010):
I'm all for the nerds of the world. Would rather have someone intelligent to talk to than someone that is nice to look at but you can't carry on a conversation with. That sucks. However if both come in the same package, that wouldn't be all that bad, lol!
Re: The Devil She Knows (1:13pm November 6, 2010):
I always remember going to my Grandma's for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Everyone would get together, cousins, aunts, uncles, etc and my Grandma made every dish imaginable but the best part was being with everyone. Loved it and it still is my idea of the perfect Holidays.
Re: Holiday Affair (12:42pm November 2, 2010):
I've always dreamed of having the perfectly decorated house and all that for Christmas and it has yet to happen. Actually I have come to not be so "happy" at Christmas because it is not what I expect. However last year I went and spent Christmas with my daughter and, at the time, my Grandson's first Christmas. Not having all the stress of being the Mom to do everything and just being able to enjoy my Grandson, it made it one of the best ever. Am going again this year and since he is a year older and will understand a little more, I expect this one to even be better. YAY.
Re: A Darcy Christmas (1:39pm October 22, 2010):
That is one of the most amazing things in life. Watching a child develop their own little personalities. They are truly miracles.
Re: Twilight Hunger (12:44pm October 21, 2010):
Wow, and now that is such a popular genre. How cool is that? I'll bet it makes you very proud to be one of the first.
Re: Captive Spirit (11:08pm October 19, 2010):
How interesting. Never heard of them and now will have to google and read more about it. Kind of cool.
Re: Pursuit of Justice (6:18pm October 18, 2010):
I love mystery, true crime, etc. Those are the ones I start and can't put down. Love them.
Re: Sloane Hall (12:51pm October 11, 2010):
I agree that as long as the book is well written, I don't think it matters. I've seen women writers that use male pen names and were it not for finding out, you'd never know they were actually females. Look at all the men that write books that connect on a female basis. I think it works both ways.
Re: Sazerac Seduction (5:37pm October 10, 2010):
My dream man would be Dr. Reid, if he were real, off Criminal Minds. He is hot, a genius, and just sexy. Definitely I could deal with someone like that!!!
Re: Runes (12:08pm October 6, 2010):
My secret desire is to have my 2 boys, aged 19 and 17, already out of the house. LOL. Some desire, eh? But it is.
Re: The Echo of Violence (4:32pm September 26, 2010):
I love true crime genre. Since you seem to like to write "ripped from the headlines" books, have you thought of just making the leap and writing a true crime book? Just curious.
Re: Secrets Volume 29 Indulge Your Fantasies (1:25am September 22, 2010):
I have never been anywhere out of the US. Poor me, lol. I'd love to go though.
Re: Feline Fatale (7:57pm September 16, 2010):
I have 1 dog. She is hard enough being the spoiled big thing she is. But I love her anyways. Books sound wonderful.
Re: Warrior (2:03pm September 11, 2010):
I have never had the pleasure of meeting an author. If I did I have no doubts I would become tongue tied and not be able to talk anyways, lol.
Re: Dark Warrior Untamed (2:54pm August 27, 2010):
Wow, I can't think of any right now. Now as soon as I post this I will think of 10 but my brain went blank which is absolutely nothing new. Have a wonderful day!!
Re: Don't Cry (12:02pm August 22, 2010):
I have a huge TBR file now. My original Kindle just got the screen broken so my husband got me a replacement for my bd and I added a TON of books to it. It'll take forever amd that being on top of the regular books I have. Not enough time in a day anymore. Old Age? I am sure!!!
Re: Rule's Bride (7:43pm August 16, 2010):
I love books that are in a series unless they take too long to come out with the next book. At that point it makes me kind of mad, lol. I don't want to wait.
Re: Roast Mortem (8:18am August 14, 2010):
Love my pancakes. And firefighters aren't so bad either.
Re: The 1st Wife (11:32am August 9, 2010):
I actually have someone that everytime I "talk" mostly thru email these days, she makes me believe I can overcome the obstacles in my life. She has been a life long friend and I do know why. She is an amazing person. It's great when we have someone that can do that for us.
Re: The Ark (12:38pm July 29, 2010):
How strange. I'll bet that was a little on the eerie side but hey, if it helped sell some extra books (not the bad things but just the timing) then good for you. Again, NOT the bad things. I am not happy about the oil spill, etc or the men that died.
Re: Tomb With A View (5:21am July 20, 2010):
I absolutely believe in ghosts. I grew up in a haunted house and we had alot of witnesses. Also the people now living in it has had many experiences themselves. I still get freaked out in old houses.
Re: Ice Cold (10:20am July 18, 2010):
Well, I didn't clean my house Saturday either but didn't do anything quite as exciting. I have never been to a book signing since they never happen in my neck of the woods. One of these days though..........
Re: Revenge for Old Times' Sake (1:02pm July 16, 2010):
I like watching people too and yes, I do eavesdrop on people's cell conversations but most people make it so easy. It's when they try to be quiet that I really want to hear, lol. And yeah, I could never have someone dead in my bed and not know it. I wake up if I hear ANY type of noise.
Re: Murder in the Abstract (8:51am July 14, 2010):
Would love to read the book since I married a "quintessential bad boy". Only after this long, the bad boy routine is a little old, lol.
Re: Rapture Untamed (8:58pm June 29, 2010):
I love series. My only problem is I can't wait for the 2nd, 3rd, etc book to come out so I try to wait until they are all out and buy all at once. I have no patience, lol.
Re: Blown Away (2:27pm May 30, 2010):
Oh and BTW, lucky you to be a reviewer. How fun would that be???????????????????????
Re: Blown Away (2:25pm May 30, 2010):
I wait until I can get them all at once. I hate reading a book and then having to wait and wait to find out the rest. It's easier to put off reading all of them until I can read ALL of them together.
Re: Aries Rising (1:03pm March 26, 2010):
Your theory on astrology and who would make the best writers was kind of interesting. May not agree but definitely interesting.
Re: On The Steamy Side (12:19pm March 24, 2010):
I don't know that it's really a big romance but "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" is one of my all time faves with a child as the prominent character. Love that book.
Re: Something About You (4:49pm March 19, 2010):
Sounds like a good book. I love it when there is a hard a$$. When you mix that with humor, it's usually the best kind of book along with the mystery stuff too.
Re: The Highlander's Sword (10:51pm March 17, 2010):
I love Celtic things and Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!
Re: Forget Me Not (12:01pm March 16, 2010):
LOL. I am always a nut. People definitely look at me like I have lost my mind but I have fun and enjoy myself. Life would just be way too mundane if we did just what is supposedly acceptable.
Re: One Good Dog (9:59pm March 8, 2010):
I have a dog that I feel more like her Mom in our relationship. It was just like building a relationship with my husband but in a different way. I just can't imagine losing her. It would be almost like losing one of my kids. Sounds like a great book.
Re: My Dearest Mr. Darcy (2:09pm January 7, 2010):
I love the Gone with the Wind scene too.Definitely a classic. I had a hard time "birthin babies" so don't have the best memories. My first went well and the 2 boys both were in the NICU. It's a very scary experience having a child there but mine were healthier and bigger than alot of the babies in there even if mine were very early. It's an experience to never be forgotten though. Makes you realize how lucky you are and how precious life is.
Re: Deadtown (8:25pm January 6, 2010):
Well, since I haven't been reading vampire books and such that long and yes it all started with Twilight, that would be the only other "World" I have visited. However like millions of others I am now wanting to read anything about vampires, wolves, etc. It's funny how 1 book can open your eyes to a whole other genre of books to read.
Re: Dangerous Highlander (11:19am January 5, 2010):
It would seem the suthor would know the characters better than anyone and therefore would be better at picking a cover for the book. But what do I know, lol? Good luck with all the books.
Re: Shattered (4:52pm January 2, 2010):
I will never be organized nor stick to my New Year's resolutions, lol. Good luck to you and hope everyone has a very Happy and Prosperous New Year.
Re: A Dark Love (11:48pm September 30, 2009):
Congrats on being happy. What I find so appalling is all the women that seek out Sociopaths in prisons and marry them when they are on death row or are in for life without parole. Oh yeah, that sounds like my kind of Prince Charming alright!!!!!
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (3:27pm September 26, 2009):
I love dogs, esp my Bella. She just loves me no matter what. Dogs are so loyal!!!
Re: Shades of Twilight (2:38pm September 26, 2009):
I have never had the pleasure of attending a book signing. I live in a small area and in the middle of nowhere land and no one ever comes this way. Sad because to me that would be the absolute ultimate.
Re: Tortured (1:37pm August 19, 2009):
I'd love to read "Tortured". Sounds like a great book!!!
Re: Bite Me! (1:14pm August 19, 2009):
I have never read the series but do admit to being hopelessly devoted to the Twilight series. Now that being said, I am sure I would LOVE this series and am actually going to buy one of the books or ask my daghter if she has read them. I am hooked on the vampire genre right now, as is most of America. Can't wait to read them.
Re: 4 Bodies And A Funeral (3:08pm March 10, 2009):
A long time ago when I still lived in California, I went to pick up a note for a friend from her Dr. The building was 16 stories and he was on the top floor. I got on the elavator and just as the door was about to shut, a man got on. I just looked around, just kept to myself. Well, all of the sudden he is staring at me and telling me how dangerous it is to get on an elavator with a stranger, wasn't I afraid, etc. My heck, I thought my heart would pound out of my chest. He just sat and stared the entire time. I was absolutely terrified and had no clue what to do. Not only that, there wasn't really anything I could do. I just kept praying for the elavator to stop. Finally I got to the top and ran out of it as fast as I could. When I got back on to leave, I hurried and shut the door with the button and then pushed the floor again. He never did come back around me but boy did he scare the living you know what out of me. What do you do in that situation? I just didn't say a word to him nor looked at him when he talked to me.
Re: The Magic Knot (1:13pm January 30, 2009):
I like the rural settings too. There is so much history in the world that it is just fascinating when you can read a story that brings some of that to it.
Re: Wicked Burn (3:20pm January 27, 2009):
I am also a reader, not an author. However with all the booksites dedicated to spotlighting authors and their books, I would think using copy of your books on those websites would bring your writing to the attention of readers. On some websites, I have won books or even just read excerpts of the books has opened up a whole new genre that I like to read now. So my opinion would be to sign up for one of the sites that give away a book a day and donate a book or two for them to giveaway and then spotlight your book on a certain day.
Re: Thread of Fear (10:19am January 25, 2009):
I could have sworn I did this yesterday but it doesn't show. Well anyways, I belong to the Real Simple (mag) book club. We vote on a book and then the person in charge emails everyone after so many days to start discussing the chapter. I have never belonged to a "real", meet in person book club but would love to try it sometime.
Re: Whisper of Warning (10:16am January 25, 2009):
Great contest. I need way more books as my TBR stack is almost gone thru. Thanks for the chance to win!!!
Re: Men Of The Otherworld (3:50pm January 22, 2009):
Awesome. I would LOVE to read it also. Thanks for the chance.