Woohoo! The books are shipping out fast! Yes! My very first in-print book, The Heart Seekers Series, is now available from Amazon. If you haven’t gotten to visit, you can find Mara’s journals that travel across the first story (A Dozen Apologies) and Brent’s emails to his sister that wade through his second story (The Love Boat Bachelor).
After Brent found his happily-ever-after, one of the gals he didn’t choose returns to real life and gets a completely unexpected turn. Not only did her time with Brent spark interest in a chance Continue reading →
When I get my hands on my very first print book, you’ll know about it! Promise!
It’s really funny how this series all came about. Mara really started it all, leaving a trail of wonderful, kind, fun, and genuine characters in her wake.
And did I mention heartbroken? Well, we couldn’t jest leave the poor guys like that! And so, The Love Boat Bachelor was born. Well, he was actually closer to 30 years old when he became The Love Boat Bachelor.
But the title wasn’t his fault. Blame his meddling sister and his well-meaning best friend for contriving to get this poor guy Continue reading →
The Heart Seekers Series is complete and in print! Way back when these stories were brand new as e-books, each of the stories had extras included here on Faith Driven Fiction. Well, those articles are back!
First up is Mara’s journal. In the novella, A Dozen Apologies, Mara Adkins, a promising fashion designer, has fallen off the ladder of success, and she can’t seem to get up.
In college, Mara and her sorority sisters played an ugly game, and Mara was usually the winner. She’d date men she considered geeks, win their confidence, and then she’d dump them publicly. When Mara begins work for a prestigious clothing designer in New York, she gets Continue reading →
Suspense Author, J.A. Marx teamed up with debut author Sydnie Shreffler for Christmas Apples in our Christmas romance novella collection, Warm Mulled Kisses. You haven’t gotten your own copy yet? Well, why not! You’ll get 10 full novellas for only 99¢! Can’t Continue reading →
I’ve had the pleasure of sharing Christmas letters from the main characters of the stories in Warm Mulled Kisses for the past two weeks. What a great group of authors this book has to be such good sports with this! In fact, check out yesterday’s letter from Santa from Felicity, the star of “A Groom for Christmas.
Today is my heroine’s turn. Noelle Arcoli has been accused of being truly No L—with no laughter, no love, and no life. Yep, this gal is a new Scrooge story in the making if she’s not careful, but I wouldn’t let that happen, would I? Check out her letter to Santa, her “grown up Christmas wish list.” Continue reading →
Santa has his work cut out for him with this letter from Anne Greene’s heroine, Felicity, from “A Groom for Christmas.” But it’s not like he’s already had some tough jobs. Take a look at what the heroine from “The Gift Quilt” wrote to him yesterday! But Santa can probably take the pressure. (As long as the Lord is doing the real work!) Continue reading →
Woohoo! We have another letter to Santa today, but did you get to see yesterday’s from Bailey Chapman, heroine of “Christmas Apples”? Do check that one out!
Winding down the days until Mistletoe Madness! We’re ready to party on November 12, in Texas and around the web! Hope you plan to join us! Learn more about our coming launch extravaganza on Facebook, HERE! And if you haven’t Continue reading →
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 →
As Warm Mulled Kisses, our new Christmas romance novella collection, continues to close in on the top spots in the Amazon rankings, we have some notes from some main characters that reveal the “rest of the story.” While yesterday’s post shared Carly’s letter to Santa (from “A Christmas Mosaic”) today’s note spans miles and eras back to Christmas 1944. Continue reading →