CH. 41.7 -- Janine cried out in anguish. “You can’t do this.” Zelda sneered. “And who’s going to stop me?” Janine strained against the Grabberry Vines. “I am.” “You? Think again, little sister. Grabberry vines do not release their victims. As the plant grows, you will be slowly digested." Janine knew it was true. Her… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 41.7 — Trapped
News from my Westie: The Sea Child is out in Paperback
Hi, this is Rocky, telling you that The Sea Child is out in paperback. Order your copy from Amazon today. And FYI -- those two dogs in the book, Tad and Biggie? They are my heroes, 'cause they save the day. Find out how when you read The Sea Child.
The Sea Child — Book One in the Selkie King Mysteries
The paperback edition of The Sea Child is here! Or download your free ebook from Amazon May 16-17. Please share the news with your family and friends. Maddie attempts to solve her grandmother's murder and keep a young Selkie girl safe. Enjoy this exciting fantasy/mystery today.
The Sea Child is Here!
It's here! The paperback edition of The Sea Child is now available. Download the ebook of The Sea Child for free May 13-17 at Amazon and order your paperback today! Please share the news with your friends and family. Thanks everybody!
Mother’s Day Sale: The Sea Child
Mother's Day Special: Download The Sea Child for Free Today. Go to Amazon Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful women who have made such a difference in my life. Enjoy a good book today. Coming soon: The paperback edition of The Sea Child.
Coming soon: The Sea Child in paperback
Coming soon: The paperback edition of The Sea Child -- for all of you who love the feel of paper, the smell of print, and who like to curl up with the actual book.
Book Review: Veritus by Quinn Coleridge
Hester Grayson is a blind, albino young woman from 1892. She cannot speak, and she is at the mercy of a wealthy father who despises her and a socialite mother who doesn’t have time for her. Her days roll on in unending monotony, her only companion a maid who tries to be kind but doesn’t… Continue reading Book Review: Veritus by Quinn Coleridge
Book Review: Lifeline, by Christy Barritt. Romantic suspense (Love Inspired Suspense) When two people who work with Julianne Grace are murdered, she is devastated, but when she receives a text message, “I did it for you,” she suspects that her ex-fiancé is not dead after all, and that she is his next victim. She goes… Continue reading Lifeline
Book Review: Black Ice -- Becca Fitzpatrick Seventeen-year-old Britt and her best friend, Korbie, head into the Teton Mountains of Wyoming for spring break, looking forward to a fun-filled week of backpacking, lounging at her friend’s family cabin, and staying out of the way of Korbie’s brother, Calvin, who is also her ex-boyfriend. But when… Continue reading Black Ice