You may have noticed I didn’t title this my ‘top ten’ reads. If you like to read, you don’t have to ask why. I mean, come on! That’s just too hard! It may surprise some of you that I have more historical books on my list than contemporary. In case you’re not one of those who reads in multiple genres, like myself, I separated them for you. Contemporary Lake Season by Denise Hunter Whatever Comes Our Way by Jaycee Weaver Historical The Pursuit of Home by Kristi Ann Hunter The R
Merry Christmas and welcome! I hope you are having fun with our Christmas Round-Robin! In case you are starting in the middle, this is how it works. At each author’s blog post, you will find a question that can be answered by checking out the free Amazon preview of their book. Provide the answer at this ->Google Form<-. Note: You must answer the questions for every author in the round-robin to be considered to win this fabulous (prize). At the end of my post is a link to the
This has been an exciting weekend for me! I started giving away Advance Reader Copies of Securing Aisling on Saturday. So far the feedback has been great! I have heard things like, “I honestly loved the book and can’t wait for the next one,” “I am really enjoying the book so far and just wanted you to know,” and “When the characters talk about God, it is as natural as breathing.” I have also been asked to do an interview. I hope you will read it when it comes out in December.
It has been a long, hard process for me and my designer, but the cover is finallly done. I should tell you that my designer is also my sister, Tammy Jackson. She had started her photography business just before I started writing Securing Aisling. Just like with my writing, it has been a learning process for her. She really got put through the wringer with this project! I keep telling her that it will be easier next time. ;-) Thanks Tammy! You can find out more about her on he
Here are the first five pages of my book, Securing the Kingdom of Aisling. Enjoy! One Brianna “Queen Brianna, are you listening to me?” I looked across the council room table directly at Reilly. “Yes, you just told me that I have until my birthday to find a husband and get married. I am aware of that. Are you aware that my birthday is almost six months away and the Session meeting we are supposed to be discussing today is just next week? We can plan a wedding after we get bac
I picked a frog to represent my first blog entry because that's what I am. FROG- Fully Relying On God! I know, it sounds cliche', but I really am stepping out on faith here. I have basically been a stay-at-home mom/housewife for, well, all of my life. Other that a few tax courses, my schooling does not go past high school. I have started writing projects in the past but never finished any of them. What makes me think that I can write a book and then get it published? A little