Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:*Grab your current read *Open to a random page *Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that pageBE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much … Continue reading Teaser Tuesday
"Oh, I hate you." I thrust my fingers through my hair and pulled out the ends. The perfectly formatted manuscript, the one I've spent months of to perfect, gave me a blank stare, as if asking, "Who me?"My frustration deflated like a balloon. "I know. I know, it's not your fault. I'm wishy-washy. I loved … Continue reading I Love You, I HATE You
Do you ever notice trends when it comes to reading? I know there have been times when I would pick up book after book that seem to have the same sort of heroine. There have been times when I've purchased a few books and they all seem to have the same theme. Widowed Heiress Uncovers … Continue reading Coast Guard – Hero/Heroine Material?
When I decided to have my heroine rob a train, I figured her lack of robbing skills would be a bit more effective is she had at least one pistol. The problem with having only one and a pistol, is she'd be lucky to get off her one and only shot. What if she needed two? Or … Continue reading A Surprising Research Find
Losing everything has Lexi clinging to her daughter. Hell is determined to loosen her grip. It’s been seven years since disaster struck her family. Lexi Solomon has held it all together since then—just barely. But now Lexi is losing it. The husband who deserted her is back in town, wanting to see their daughter Molly. … Continue reading Never Let You Go by Erin Healy
With my hectic life it's not alway easy to find time to read for enjoyment. Since I'm an avid reader, picking up a book is like drinking water. Where water is vital for my physical health, reading is necessary for my mental health. That's why I love Steeple Hill. Their stories are almost always hard … Continue reading Why I Love Love Inspired
We spend hours filling out character sheets and plotting our story. We know each character has a job to do in order propel the story forward to the dramatic end. We plot carefully to make sure every chapter, scene, paragraph, sentence, and word does its job. But what about the little things? A few months ago, I … Continue reading The Little Things