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Everyone Struggles but Gratitude Can Help

This year, more than others in recent memory, has been plagued with struggles of unique and troublesome sorts for our nation and community. In the midst of this, giving up might seem expedient but I suggest giving thanks instead. It’s been awhile since my year of gratitude (that was 2016), but those #366DaysofGratitude taught me …

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Perfect Father? How About We Call Him Ideal?

Father’s Day is only a few days away, and I’ll admit I haven’t celebrated it with my dad – ever – but I look forward to my sons celebrating it with THEIR dad every year. We do the family barbecue thing. You know, with the dad doing the grilling. Because that’s his thing, and unlike …

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LOVE’S LITTLE SECRETS is FREE Today

I love Sweet Promise Press. And they’re making you a fan too with free books and plenty of tools to get well-written stories into a reader’s eReader. Yes, Sweet Promise Press is a digital-only publisher. Maybe you’re one of those people who only read books with paper pages you can turn. I totally respect that …

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Time for TRUTH to Debut

Today, Roane Publishing releases TRUTH, a new romance novel. Hiding secrets is a huge theme in genre fiction. But the truth always comes out. I read Truth by Avery Woods in August. Look for my review on Thursday. Blurb Sometimes you shouldn’t ask questions you aren’t prepared to hear the answers to… Cori Winters life seems …

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Read on for your Second Chance at Summer Romance

I’ve been hinting about my next story for weeks (okay, months). Yesterday, One Sultry Day went live at retailers everywhere. There’s a contest. Scroll to the end of the post for details and a link to the entrance form. BUT…I know it’s a risk to buy stories written by strangers. So, I’ve promised to share …

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