Sunday, January 31, 2021

Lyn Cote Asks Do You Like Romances with Kittens?



How about twins?

My upcoming book, Amy’s Forever Love, was wonderful fun to write! The hero is a veterinarian who owns a basset hound named Bummer. I love basset hounds. Their expression is so soulful and they seem to listen to every word.

The story begins with Amy, a single mom, and her twins finding two golden tabby kittens out in the snow and bringing them into the church basement. The lcoal veterinarian is there at the church winter potluck with his basset hound. And Bummer “adopts” the kittens.

And decides that he needs to be with them. Much to his owner’s dismay. The twins and Bummer, the story’s matchmakers, outsmart him as he tries to keep his distance from the danger of falling in love. So can a basset hound, kittens and twins help a wary single mom and a love-shy vet  break through to a forever love? 

It's on pre-order for 99 cents till Feb 19th. Click here.

Friday, January 29, 2021

Traveling Through Stories by Laura Scott


Hello! I am suffering from a bug - the lack of travel bug! I know many of you are in the same boat, no trips overseas, no big vacations, sigh. All of this has been hard for me. Usually we take at least one smaller trip each year, with one longer trip every two years. Here I was able to retire from my stressful day job, only to be stuck at home for almost a year because of the pandemic.

The only bright side is that I have gotten lots of writing done!

This May hubby and I will celebrate 36 years of marriage. We had to cancel our plans to go on a baltic cruise last May for our 35th and I don't see that changing this year. 

I've found myself turning to books that take place in exotic locations. I always enjoy learning about new places through stories, for example when Nora Roberts writes about Ireland. Reading her words describing Ireland makes me feel like I'm right there with her characters. Of course, it also makes me want to plan a trip to Ireland, but again, that's not happening any time soon.

Am I alone in this? Or do you have similar experiences? I'm hoping I'm not the only odd ball, lol.

I'm looking for good books that take place in fun and interesting locations. Any suggestions? I'd love the chance to travel stories since we can't travel in person.

Laura Scott

Thursday, January 28, 2021

A Stroll in Paris - @MagdalenaScott

Photo by Diogo Fagundes on Unsplash

Pandemic fatigue much? 

I'm fortunate to have access to a community walking trail, and most days I take a daily walk in fresh air. Sometimes I happen upon folks I know and visit with them at an appropriate distance. 

But…not on rainy days.

Or icy mornings.

Or that one day when the snow blew horizontally.

Not my scene, to be honest. But since I'm determined to stay healthy, I don't want to skip my walks. 

The nifty thing is, I can walk on meh-weather days--all over the world!

I have a small, inexpensive elliptical stepper in my living room. I switch my TV to YouTube and search for wherever I want to visit. I get a good, brisk walk, while being transported to a different place--and if I want, also a different time.* 

Most of the walking videos I've followed do not have narration. The videographers simply walk along, recording what's happening in front of them. They pause occasionally to capture a particularly beautiful scene along the way. Some have optional information about sites along the way, if you turn on Closed Captions. 

I've strolled in downtown Paris and around the base of the Eiffel Tower. I've heard the lap of water against the dock of an Italian fishing village drenched in summer sunshine. I've also joined socially distanced holiday shoppers in downtown London. Those videos were made in 2020, and they were wonderful.

Photo by Luke Stackpoole on Unsplash

*Then I looked for older walking videos. You know, pre-pandemic, old enough that the people I "met" along the way were not wearing masks. They were cheerfully bunched up in restaurants and shopping venues. A couple of my favorites were made at Christmas time, in 2018 or 2019: the snowy streets of Quebec City; the interior of a sparkling, crowded London department store. As a bonus, in the background of the Christmas in Quebec City video I recognized "O Holy Night" sung in French.

A quote from the website of traveler extraordinaire Rick Steves: "Travel changes people. It broadens perspectives and teaches new ways to measure quality of life."

I can hope to reap a bit of that with my virtual travel. 

You know what? I'm feeling energetic. I might try the Great Wall of China today.

Photo by Victoriano Izquierdo on Unsplash

Do you have any virtual travel favorites to share?

Sunday, January 24, 2021

Welcome to Our Home by Pat Simmons

Since COVID-19 began in early 2020, I've run a tight ship when it comes to allowing visitors inside my home. Family or friends get the same treatment. Either we talk through the storm door, or we invite them to join us on our patio where six feet of social distancing is possible.

My husband has started and completed home projects, so we can entertain guests in our lower level aka—basement. 

Running out of home projects,   I decided to tackle another area-curb appeal. I wanted my house to be inviting and admired—from  a distance.

Besides flower pots in the spring and summer, I was tired of the seasonal wreaths, and I wanted to go with something that popped. Etsy and my good friend to the rescue.

My porch is my new endeavor that will say WELCOME when the world is safe to fellowship with family and friends in the comfort of our home.

How do you decorate your porch for curb appeal? I have a red door--not this one, so I purchased the black tags after asking two friends, who only caused a tied, so a third friend picked black and I went with that. 

Another friend, who creates wreaths, will add the tags, removing the NOEL. I can't wait for the final product. Maybe, I'll get a red chair or bench, but then that means I'll have company on my porch. LOL. At least they'll be comfortable.

Suggestions needed.




Pat Simmons is a multi-published Christian romance author with more than thirty-five titles. She is a self-proclaimed genealogy sleuth who is passionate about researching her ancestors, then casting them in starring roles in her novels. She is a three-time recipient of the Romance Slam Jam Emma Rodgers Award for Best Inspirational Romance. Pat’s first inspirational women’s fiction, Lean On Me, with Sourcebooks, was the February/March Together We Read Digital Book Club pick for the national library system. Here for You and Stand by Me is also part of the Family is Forever series. Her holiday indie release, Christmas Dinner, and Here for You were featured in Woman’s World, a national magazine.


Pat describes the evidence of the gift of the Holy Ghost as a life-altering experience. She has been a featured speaker and workshop presenter at various venues across the country. Pat has converted her sofa-strapped sports fanatical husband into an amateur travel agent, untrained bodyguard, GPS-guided chauffeur, and administrative assistant who is constantly on probation. They have a son and a daughter. Pat holds a B.S. in mass communications from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts and worked in various positions in radio, television, and print media for more than twenty years. She oversaw the media publicity for the annual RT Booklovers Conventions for fourteen years. Visit her at


Saturday, January 23, 2021

Bargain Books by Laura Scott & Josie Riviera


Are you looking for an exciting read? Target for Terror by Laura Scott is available for $0.99 through January 31st. One Amazon reviewer claims fans of Irene Hannon and Elizabeth Goddard will love this book. 

"If you leave on your own, you’ll be dead by morning."
Critical Care Nurse Natalia Sokolova can’t ignore former FBI Agent Sloan Dryer’s dire warning. After the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia dies under her care, her house explodes in front of her eyes and now she’s found her best friends brutally murdered. Ironically, the only bright spot in this nightmare is Sloan’s bad Ukrainian accent and his willingness to protect her.

Sloan is convinced that someone wants to kill Natalia and when he finds a link to her family, he’s not sure who they can trust. As they run for their lives, and from the attraction simmering between them, they uncover a terrorist plot that could bring the nation to its knees. Time is running out. Can Sloan and Natalia save their country and their future, before it’s too late?

Want an Irish escape?
A Chocolate-Box Irish Wedding is now on sale for only 99¢.  FREE on Kindle Unlimited!

Colum O’ Brien, a professional ballet dancer, is still hurt from a break-up four decades earlier. All this time, his heart has gravitated toward the woman who left him behind.

Sure, he’s moved on with his life, but he’s never forgotten his childhood sweetheart, Keira Murphy.That is, until he meets her again. Because his father is marrying her mother.

Keira was a famous runway model who moved away from her seaside Irish town with dreams of becoming a superstar. She left everything behind, including Colum.

With her skills as a seamstress, she’s now determined to return and open her own shop. Only she never expected to see Colum again—or to be instantly connected to him, just like when they were next-door neighbors and childhood sweethearts.

But when the pressures of demanding work schedules and living miles apart prevail, will it make their second chance at love impossible?

Or will their individual journeys lead them right back to where it all began?

Life in a Real Small Town - Laura Ashwood

I didn't grow up in a small town, but I live in one. Okay...near one. Sort of. We are 20 miles from the closest town, which has a population of 102. The town that we are "technically" in - 22 miles away - has about 2800 people, and a small grocery store. We don't have delivery, we don't have fast food restaurants. 

Small town stories, Christmas movies (Valentine movies, summer romance movies) and series like Sweet Magnolias, make small towns look so amazing. The place you loved growing up and either couldn't bring yourself to leave, or couldn't wait to move back. Everyone is friendly. Everyone lends a hand, and there is always one quirky person in town that everyone loves. 

I love those stories and movies too. But my small town life is nothing at all like that. In fact, I think I would say that, at least in the state I live, if you didn't grow up in the small town you live in, you will always be an outsider. No matter how long you live there. That can be good and bad. The people that have lived here all their lives never get rid of the reputation they may have had in high school for doing stupid things like tipping cows, stealing tractors, or other miscellaneous shenanigans. 

Some of the things I love though, and would never trade, are being able to stop and get corn on the cob at a farm stand on the side of the road where the corn is already in bags and you just slip your money in the wooden lockbox before you go. Being able to walk down Main Street and stop at pretty much every store in town without having to get back into my car. We can take our grandkids to the local lake, where kids still do cannonballs into the lake and there is no lifeguard (ok, that part might not be so great). 

In the winter, our towns plow snow into huge piles in the intersections. They come by later with a dump truck to move it...where, I still don't know. And while we don't have fast food, we do have a little bar that has the best burgers I've ever had (along with several taxidermized black bears to keep you company).

We don't have huge winter festivals like the small towns in the Christmas movies, and there is no cute coffee shop or bakery in either of the towns we are near. But in the summer, we still have old fashioned parades down the main streets of our little towns in our summer and fall festivals with fun names like Agate Days, Corn & Clover Days, Quarry Days, and Rutabaga Days. So...there's still hope. 

What are your small towns like?


Summer at Bluefin Bay is set in the fictional small town of Bluefin Bay, NC. It's about one woman's journey to find herself after her entire life is turned upside down. It's one of 12 full length novels written by some really talented authors as part of a boxed set called "A Place to Belong", now on pre-order for just $.99. 


Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Missing Christmas Already by Janice Lynn

This past Christmas was a unique one for soooo many reasons. I'd never put my decorations up prior to Thanksgiving but in 2020, I needed the lights and happiness that came with seeing my trees up. :)  Our Christmas was very anti-climatic as my husband had Covid during the holidays so we were in quarantine. We being my husband, myself, and my daughter who had just graduated college and was at home prior to starting her new job. Coincidentally, my son who lives in another state and my daughter who lives over an hour away both had COVID over the holidays, too. Finally, we've experienced Christmas with all the kids, except my son and his wife who live in South Carolina. Just as I wanted my trees and decorations up early, I'm struggling to get motivated to put them away. My daughter is home this week and is helping take the decorations down. When I look at the bareness where there was bright lights a heaviness comes over me and I want to tell her to put them all back out and up. 

I don't recall ever feeling that way in the past. I think it's maybe because we haven't celebrated with Jacob & Heather yet. Or maybe because I'm deep into writing my next Hallmark Publishing book and it's a Christmas story and so having all the decorations out is fun. Or maybe it's because I don't want the 
twinkling lights, pretty ribbons, and smiles I get when looking at the decorations to go away just yet. Regardless, when I sat down to write this post, that's what was on my mind, wondering how many of you struggled to let go of Christmas this past year? 

How many still have their decorations out versus how many had theirs packed away just as soon as December 25th had passed? I'm seriously considering leaving this slim tree up in my dining room until we get to celebrate with Jacob & Heather...I mean, it's out of the way and really adds a splash of color, right? ;)

Wrapped Up in Christmas Hope coming Christmas 2021 from Hallmark Publishing

USA Today & Wall Street Journal Bestselling author JANICE LYNN lives in Tennessee with her Prince Charming, their kids who think they're all royalty, her vivid imagination, an adorable Maltese named Halo who's the true princess of the house, and bunches of unnamed dust bunnies that moved in after Janice started her writing career. In addition to writing romance, Janice is a nurse practitioner, a quilter, an exercise queen, a military mama, and an avid supporter of the Quilts of Valor Foundation. Just kidding on the exercise queen.   WRAPPED UP IN CHRISTMAS & Wrapped Up in Christmas Joy are available at AMAZON Barnes & Noble WALMART

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Let's Make This Your Year by Merri Maywether

Every year I say the same thing. “This is my year.” I squeeze my right hand into a fist, tighten my chest, and claim it.  Then somewhere around November, I look around for evidence. Was it my year?

Last November, I waved the year behind me. Somebody else can have 2020. I don’t want her. Not really. LOL. With effort, I gleaned some great moments. 

2020 was the year where I…

☃️ learned how to make some cool masks

☃️ found friends who enjoy reading and writing sweet romance as much as I do 

☃️ made some great desserts

☃️ reconnected with friends who live all over the globe

☃️ convinced my husband to buy a snowblower

☃️ made peace with that extra five pounds around my waist

This year I made the same claim. 2021 will be my year. This year I have a tangible goal. From January 1st,  I’ve made it my objective to make people smile. At the end of every day, I write myself a note of when I achieved the goal. 

The cool thing about this goal is in the gray moments; it has been an umbrella. And, next November, when I ask myself if 2021 has really been my year, I’ll have a journal to remind me of what I wanted to achieve. 

Now, I’ll pass the baton to you. If you had one thing to prove you had a good year, What would it be?

☃️. ☃️. ☃️

Merri Maywether lives with her husband in rural Montana. You can find her in the town's only coffee house listening to three generations of Montanans share their stories. Otherwise, she's in the classroom or the school library inspiring the next generation's writers. 

Welcome Home is the first book in my Three Creeks, Montana series.
In this feel-good, love story, Abigail discovers the beauty of second chances and the meaning behind Welcome Home. 

Welcome Home is available for 99¢ at your favorite online retailer.

Sunday, January 17, 2021

Sweet Romance Reads New Releases


A Chocolate-Box Irish Wedding
Josie Riviera

A woman who wanted more. A man who wanted her. Can they rediscover their love in the seaside town where it all began?

Purchase on Amazon or chocolateIrishwedding 

Trusting His Kiss
Jean C. Gordon

A Paradox Sweet Romance Novella

Trusting His Kiss kicks off Jean C. Gordon's new Paradox Lake Sweet Romance Series.

Life is complicated for nurse and widowed mother of three, Kari Hazard. Her 15-year-old son Myles is rebelling, and she is not sure how to handle it. Still, Kari is not immediately thrilled with the actions Myles’s handsome new school guidance counselor is taking. 

Eli Evans is a former Air Force officer and can relate to Myles’s feelings regarding his father who was killed in Afghanistan. Eli also finds Kari extremely attractive, but an issue from his past could pose a problem for any prospective relationship. However, an even larger obstacle is Kari’s residual anger and complicated emotions toward the military and her late husband. 

In the small town of Paradox Lake, fate (with a little help from Eli’s mother), keeps pushing them together. Can Kari and Eli leave the past behind them and find a way forward to new love?

Available on Amazon | Apple Books | B&N | Google Books | Kobo 
Buy Link

Target for Revenge
Laura Scott

Sun Yin-lee is surprised to hear from her old Mensa friend Mack Remington about her mother being in danger. Tasked with uncovering the location of a possible nuclear bomb and the deadline fast approaching, Sun reluctantly accepts Mack’s help. As danger escalates, so does the attraction between them.

Computer genius Macklin Remington has always treated Sun like the younger sister he’d never had, but working closely with her now, he realizes his feelings are anything but sister-like. As they dodge gunfire at every turn, Mack is determined to keep Sun safe while they search for the bomb. Will they find the nuclear device in time? Or is their chance for love and a future over before it has a chance to begin?

Purchase on Amazon B&N Apple GooglePlay Kobo

Saturday, January 16, 2021

A New Year A New Perspective

I had thought to write to you today about whatever national day it is, but can you believe it's National Nothing Day? Seriously! Today was set aside as a day to not celebrate, honor, or observe anything. 

Enjoy National Nothing Day!

I have a hard time doing nothing though, so I'd thought I share about my new perspective. Last year brought challenges none of us had ever experienced. We each handled them in our own way.

I was unable to focus for the longest time. I was easily distracted. Reading books took me even longer than normal because I couldn't focus. I turned to movies and television for my entertainment. That hasn't really changed much, but what has changed is my perspective.

I have decided enough is enough. I could no longer be aimless in my writing. I had to buckle down and accomplish something. The only way that would happen though was if I gave myself concrete deadlines. I did this by booking two book tours for my 2021 releases. I wrote 6,208 words this week! That's a huge leap from the 200-400 words a day I was struggling to write.

Deadlines are my friend. Who knew? Definitely not me.  

What is one positive change you've made in your life recently?

Award winning author Kimberly Rose Johnson writes stories that warm the heart and feed the soul. 

From a young child Kimberly has been an avid reader. That love of reading fostered a creative mind and led to her passion for writing. She especially loves romance and writes romantic mystery and suspense.

Learn more about Kimberly and her books at

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Quotes about Reading by Merrillee Whren

Today I'm sharing quotes about reading from famous authors.

1.  “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies . . . The man who never reads lives only one.” – George R.R. Martin

2.“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” – C.S. Lewis

3. “The man who does not read good books is no better than the man who can’t.” – Mark Twain

4. “You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them.” – Ray Bradbury

5.  “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss

6. “I kept always two books in my pocket, one to read, one to write in.” – Robert Louis Stevenson

7.  “The person who deserves most pity is a lonesome one on a rainy day who doesn’t know how to read.” – Benjamin Franklin

8.  “We are of opinion that instead of letting books grow moldy behind an iron grating, far from the vulgar gaze, it is better to let them wear out by being read.” – Jules Verne

9. “Books to the ceiling, Books to the sky, My pile of books is a mile high. How I love them! How I need them! I’ll have a long beard by the time I read them.” – Arnold Lobel

10.  “Read the best books first, or you may not have a chance to read them at all.” – Henry David Thoreau

11.  “Some books leave us free and some books make us free.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

12. “If you are going to get anywhere in life you have to read a lot of books.” – Roald Dahl

13.  “To acquire the habit of reading is to construct for yourself a refuge from almost all the miseries of life.” – W. Somerset Maugham

14. “If you don’t like to read, you haven’t found the right book.” – J.K. Rowling

15.  “Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.” – Emilie Buchwald

16.  “Books are good company, in sad times and happy times, for books are people – people who have managed to stay alive by hiding between the covers of a book.” – E.B. White

17.  “I intend to put up with nothing that I can put down.” – Edgar Allan Poe

18.  “I declare after all there is no enjoyment like reading! How much sooner one tires of any thing than of a book! — When I have a house of my own, I shall be miserable if I have not an excellent library.” – Jane Austen

19.  “Fools have a habit of believing that everything written by a famous author is admirable. For my part I read only to please myself and like only what suits my taste.” – Voltaire

20.  “Of course anyone who truly loves books buys more of them than he or she can hope to read in one fleeting lifetime. A good book, resting unopened in its slot on a shelf, full of majestic potentiality, is the most comforting sort of intellectual wallpaper.” – David Quammen

It is hard to choose just one quote as a favorite, but I like the first one. Which one of these quotes is your favorite, or do you have a quote of your own?

Merrillee Whren is the winner of the 2003 Golden Heart Award presented by Romance Writers of American. She is married to her own personal hero, her husband of forty-plus years, and has two grown daughters. Connect with her on her Facebook page and sign up for her newsletter.



Tuesday, January 12, 2021

My DNA Test Disaster by Cindy Flores Martinez


Have you seen those TV commercials where people take a genealogy DNA test and learn wonderful things about themselves? Their ancestry and their ancestors are both surprising and fascinating. Before my dad died, he took a genealogy DNA test, and I took one sometime later, but our experience was nothing like in the commercials. The test results only confused us. Last year, I finally realized my dad was adopted.

When I look back at the year 2020, the pandemic and everything else that happened are a blur. The one thing that occupied my thoughts the most was the discovery that my paternal grandfather wasn’t biologically related to me. My grandmother was a distant cousin. Not only was it a complete shock and a great loss, but it made me feel as if I didn’t know who I really was.

I had started writing a new book and made plans to re-write and re-publish the stories I wrote over the past several years, but suddenly, I no longer felt connected to them because I was no longer Cindy Flores Martinez. My last name Martinez was my dad’s adoptive name, and I could tell by looking at the family trees of my close DNA cousins that I wasn’t as Mexican as I thought. I needed to take a step back to try and figure things out.

Despite an exhaustive search, I still don’t know who my birth grandparents were. I'm still trying to figure things out, and I’m still searching for my real last name.

What about you? Have you taken a genealogy DNA test and learned something that changed your life?

Cindy Flores Martinez is a USA Today bestselling author who writes sweet and Christian Romance. She has an MFA in Creative Writing with an emphasis in Screenwriting. Her debut novel, Mail-Order Groom, started as a screenplay and movie project, which she shopped around Hollywood, New York, and other parts of the world. You can learn more about her at

Monday, January 11, 2021

Fresh Starts and Winter Fun by Josie Riviera

 The holidays are past,  2020 is gone, and it's time to welcome January 2021.

This month is a good opportunity for fresh starts and winter fun. I've always enjoyed January for the opportunity to start anew--whether it be a new diet (hah!), learn a new skill, or catch up on my TBR pile of books.

This month also allows us to slow down and "hibernate." Sipping a hot cup of fresh tea or coffee, relaxing by a fire in the fireplace, and reading, is something I look forward to each year.

Of course, when I was younger and lived in upstate New York, snow days off from school were always cause for great celebration. Making snow angels in piles of snow, or going sledding on favorite hills, are fond memories. Now that I live in the Carolinas, snow days are few and far between.

I hope you take time this month to slow down, curl up with a good book, and appreciate the beautiful winter season.

Celebrate with me! Seeking Rachel, my Regency inspirational romance, received a wonderful review in Publishers Weekly!

And, take an armchair trip to Ireland with my newest sweet romance short story, 

A Chocolate-Box Irish Wedding.

Now on pre-order for only 99¢!

Josie Riviera is a USA Today bestselling author of contemporary, inspirational, and historical sweet romances that read like Hallmark movies. She lives in the Charlotte, NC, area with her wonderfully supportive husband. They share their home with an adorable shih tzu, who constantly needs grooming, and live in an old house forever needing renovation.

Please "like" her Facebook author page.

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Friday, January 8, 2021

Defining Moments.... by Christine Bush

  It’s a new year! New day!  A time for changes.

The present and the future will probably be filled with lots of changes for all of us, no matter what age or stage of life we are in.

But today I wanted to talk about the past, about the times in our lives when we were faced with a “crossroads”.

Or a decision.


Or when a giant change was thrust upon us.  Whether we wanted it or not.


I call these moment “defining moments.” They show the stuff that we are made of!

They are sometimes the times that often take amazing courage. Our decision alters the path of our life.

We quit a job instead of allowing ourselves to be belittled by an incompetent boss one more time.

We say yes to the ring! 

We bite our tongue during a heated argument, and do NOT say the thing that would be hurtfully remembered forever.

We stand up for something or someone when it’s right, even though we know there will be a cost.

Or sometimes, by some minute, or surprise choice, life changes just as much. It can be for good or bad.  Like someone taking a right turn instead of a left,  unwittingly missing a bad accident.

Or randomly selecting a lottery number (let’s all hope for this one).


If the decision was forced upon us, the strength comes from how we handle the circumstances.

We are strong women, and I think we need to applaud ourselves and each other when we show this courage.

How about the characters we love in our books?  I find those strengths in the characters I love, the ones I remember.

In my book “Christmas with the  Crazy Cowboy”, my heroine has absolutely turned her life upside down for the good of her child’s emotional needs.  And my hero is at a crossroads.  Defining moments.  Can they find love?  Spoiler alert….. Yes!

Christmas with the Crazy Cowboy - Kindle edition by Bush, Christine. Romance Kindle eBooks @


And how about you?  Have you faced some “defining moments?”  And in your most loved books, are there some “defining moments” too?  I’d love to hear!

Love, Christine

 Christine Bush is a USA Today Bestselling author of romance, romantic mystery, and suspense.  She can be found living in the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania with her husband and 2 lazy cats, and spending time with her 14 grandchildren.   When she’s not writing, she’s teaching Psychology at a local college, and working with clients in her private practice as a Marriage and Family Therapist. She loves to hear from readers and writers!


More heroines with more defining moments!

Christine’s Anthology of four sweet Christmas novellas is available now for $2.99!