I’m so excited for our Launch party on Thursday. It’s my FIRST! And I’m excited to share about my co-authors this week! Yesterday, I visited with debut author Karen Jurgens. Today, I have Lena Nelson Dooley! Love this lady!
Lena Nelson Dooley and her character from her novella, “No, Thank You” shares today. We’ve been visiting with the main characters of the stories in Warm Mulled Kisses. Our new Christmas collection features 10 stories from 11 different authors, and all 661 pages is available at Amazon for only 99¢! Make sure you get an e-book of your own!
Here’s a conversation between Lena Nelson Dooley’s main character, Scarlett, to her Gram. Continue reading
Woohoo! (Happy Dance!) My newest story is available earlier than I expected! I’m so excited!
Warm Mulled Kisses is a collection of full-length novellas from the writers of the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the American Christian Fiction Authors. This book has been so much fun to work on, and our fearless leader, Lena Nelson Dooley has worked tirelessly on the project!
And that’s just one of the early Christmas gifts for you! This book, all 10 stories, all 661 pages, is Continue reading
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I hope you’re having fun reading this special book!
Learn more about the background of Ruby’s story and some tidbits about me in my interview by Lena Nelson Dooley posted today at her blog!
Also, check out an author interview with co-author Jennifer Fromke at the Stitches through Time blog.
Catch you back here on MONDAY! My chapter is coming next week! Woohoo!
Last year at the ACFW Conference here in Dallas, I was a newbie. I had this lovely little brown flag hanging off of my name tag that said First time attendee. It was like a free pass proclaiming, “Gotta love me, cause I don’t know any better.” Continue reading
I’m so flattered that Lena Nelson Dooley asked me to join her on her internet radio show! I’m so excited and you’ll get a chance to hear for yourself just how much of a hick I am when you listen to the recording!
Did I ever tell you about my trip to Mexico a couple of decades ago? Oh, that’s a story!