I refuse to admit how I know this blogger, but you will want to follow this one...
Here is a fun NEW blog for you to check out. Someone I happen to know (I plead the 5th on how) recently turned 29, and so she has begun a year-long bucket list of thirty things she wants to do before she hits the Big 3-0. It's fun and funny, so check out her first-hand experience in this entry: Botox!
Good morning, dear readers! I am returning to Coffee with a special treat from Maria Grace! I have teased Maria in the past for always having some sort of critter with her - from hummingbirds to donkeys - but now she has outdone herself, and certainly WOW-ed me, with Dragons at Pemberley! Once again, she never ceases to amase me with each new release. I am constantly blown away by her creativity! Just take a look.... ~ColetteMr. Darcy's Dragon As luck would have
it, the humming birds I’ve written about on prior visits here with you,
Colette, have morphed into something far more…interesting shall we say. Who
knew fairy dragons possessed the very handy ability to masquerade as
hummingbirds? Interesting things happen
when they do though… Now for something
completely an entire different-- and fun! Regency England is
teeming with dragons, but only a select few are actually aware they are about.
Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet are among the elite members of the Blue
Greetings, dear readers! I have exciting news for all of you who prefer to have and to hold an actual book-book rather than a Kindle, iPad, Nook, or whatever: The intense psychological noir thriller The Widowis now available in paperback, in addition to all eBook formats and the gorgeous hardcover edition. For a limited time, you can order the paperback edition directly from the Southern Girl Press bookstore for only $12.99, although it is also available at the regular price from Amazon (coming soon to all online and "brick & mortar" booksellers).
PLUS A GIVEAWAY- Leave a comment below and you could win your very own copy! The Widow is a noir romantic thriller (What is Noir Fiction?) with Catherine as the troubled, disillusioned, self-destructive heroine and David, the anti-hero, an undercover DEA agent, who cannot bring himself to trust Catherine nor ignore his obsession with her, which haunts his dreams. The Widow begins with a game of cat-and-mouse as Catherine attempts t…