Welcome to a new kind of blog post! I enjoy sharing books I’m reading (or have read), photographs I’ve taken, writing updates, and books others have written (and places you can find books to read). Below you’ll find all of this – something free and other great offers.
This . . .
This goldfinch and I spent some time together a couple of mornings ago. It was cold, but there we sat watching each other. I love moments like this, and I get sweet delight from sharing them with you. This photo is for you – it won’t be posted on FB or Twitter. To get your free copy, all you have to do is right-click on the photo and copy it to your device.
These are the tools of my trade. Part of writing is reading, and I write to have readers. Photography doubles as part of the work I love to do and spirit therapy. The coffee (sometimes tea) fuels the work and gives me a break from time to time when my cup is empty. 🙂
What are your favorite tools of your trade? I invite you to share a photo of them in the comments.
Before you read on, here are a couple of the books I’ve written . . . you can click the covers to learn more about them. Behind the Lies is 99 cents until November 30th.
Here are two blog posts you may enjoy reading:
Leaf Landings – this one is from a couple of Octobers ago.
She Isn’t Me answers a question some readers have about Between the Lies.
That . . .
Here are a couple of books I read this year that I enjoyed. Again, click the book covers to learn more.
And the Other Things . . .
Author Barbara Brink has a new book ready for pre-order! Click the cover to learn more. I can hardly wait to read book 5 in this series!
Congratulations to these authors! Dangerous Deceptions made it to the USA Today bestseller list. I’ve started reading, and they deserve this recognition! At the time I’m sharing this with you, the price for 8 full-length novels is 99 cents! Click the cover to learn more.
The Mosaic authors have been busy too! Their 2nd Christmas anthology, A Star Shall Rise, is ready for pre-order.
That’s all for this time . . .
. . . Until Next Time,