Tag Archives: A Southern Season

Selah Excitement

So much is going on in my life right now I’ve had to cut down on the frequency I post on my blog. Someday, perhaps, God will grant me enough of an income to hire an assistant, but until that … Continue reading

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And the winner is . . .

Did you know about my Clean Read Giveaway? It included a copy of A Southern Season and a bar of specialty, homemade soap from Brea Rose Soap Garden, called “Coastal Mist” to honor my novella in the collection, Ice Melts … Continue reading

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Christmas Special: A Southern Season

Look what’s FREE on Kindle!!! Since my publisher put this up, I have no idea how long the ebook version of A Southern Season will be free, so grab it while you can!

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Books, BookBub, and Begging

With Thanksgiving weekend coming up, I have a divided mind. Divided three ways, in fact. Thanksgiving itself, including all the people and things I’m thankful for and all the rigamarole that goes along with planning, cooking, and traveling at this … Continue reading

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Last Day of Pre-Order!

I love this collection. Well, I’ve loved all the collections I’ve been in, but this is definitely my favorite. It releases from Firefly Southern Fiction (an imprint of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas) tomorrow, but it’s still available for pre-order. … Continue reading

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A Southern Season–Pre-Order Info!

Hard to believe I’m already promoting another book, but what can I say? I’m excited! A Southern Season: Four Stories from a Front Porch Swing is now available for pre-order! Its official release date isn’t until November, but for the print … Continue reading

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