Well, I did it! I went to the Texas Book Festival! And it was great! I left on Friday, October 24th WAY too early in the morning. It actually worked out well because my oldest didn't have school on Thursday or Friday so I drove my girls over to my parent's house two hours away and flew out from there at 6am. It was early, but what do you do! I stopped over in Dallas just long enough to walk to the next plane and hop on. I arrived in Austin about 11am. I caught a shuttle ride to the hotel. But I couldn't check in yet so the hotel shuttled me over to an outdoor shopping area. I had an amazing lunch at...I think it was Blue Fin or something like that? Don't really remember. I was hungry and it was delicious! I wandered the shopping area, but it was all high end stuff that doesn't really interest me. So I thought about catching a movie but again there wasn't much that I wanted to see. I actually ended up getting a wonderful beautiful amazing massage. So relaxing! I then caught a shuttle back to the hotel and checked in. There were some gathered in the lobby from the publishing house. It was pretty neat to meet fellow authors and staff from The Writer's Coffee Shop. I've been talking to these people online for over a year so it was great to put live faces with the emails etc!
I got checked in and relaxed a bit. My roommate, fellow author T.M. Franklin arrived and we got ready for the evening. That night, we ate family style at Bucca di Peppo. It was yummy and WAY too filling and WAY too many courses. We had a great time. I felt sorry for the two lone men with all those ladies cackling around them.
I was greatly enjoying the experience by that time, but I really couldn't wait for the festival. We had some time to get ready in the morning leisurely and we shuttled over to the festival at 9:30am. It started at 10. I had no idea what to do. :) Watch and learn, right? The other authors handed out bookmarks for the various books the publisher had available there and just helped people find what type of thing they were looking for. Each author there had a half an hour signing period during which we would hand out their bookmarks more than the others to direct people to them.
I was excited for my signing, which occurred from 1:30-2pm. My book "Wrong Place, Right Time" is more of a novella and is going to be released in ebook format only. But for this event, they printed out a limited number of copies. And during my signing, quite a few of them sold. They had them priced very nicely and it was fun to catch people's eye with the cover, tell them it was a romantic comedy and a little about it and then sign it for them.
I got to take home the leftover bookmarks and there are a lot so I'm thrilled with that. And I've been telling people the book sold out of the festival, which in a way is true. Ha. It sold out because I bought the remaining copies to bring home and give to people. Because they won't be printing any more! They're very special and I wasn't leaving them behind! And there were only 5.
After my signing I continued on with helping out and I wandered through a few other booths as well. I walked through the capital building momentarily. Very pretty.
That night we went to Baby Acapulco and ordered off the menu. I got a burger. Yep, I'm more American than Mexican. Good news I wasn't the only one! It was also a very fun dinner. I sat near two Australians...love the accent! And had a blast with the conversations.
The next morning I rolled out of bed and left the hotel room immediately at 3:40am. I didn't want to bother my roommate with a shower and I didn't want to get up any earlier than I had to. I got to the airport and flew to Chicago. Just barely made my connection and headed home to my girls. I got some sleep on the plane so all was well.
I was thrilled to see my girls. My baby was sick before I left so it was really hard to leave, but she recovered okay while I was away and all was well.
It was so much fun to be in author mode fully and completely. Instead of mom/author mode like normal. I got to put everything into it and I learned a lot. I knew it might be my one chance to go and I went and I'm glad I did! My summary here is brief, but I wanted to at least go over the highlights of the event! It was a fast, whirlwind trip and I enjoyed it a lot!
New England Trilogy, Book 3
by Suzy Duffy
Release Date: October 30 , 2014
Published by The Writers Coffee Shop
Genre: FICTION/ Contemporary Women/ Romance/Contemporary
ISBN e-book: 978-1-61213-274-7
~~SUMMARY~~Kate Kavanagh is happy raising her daughter and focusing on work, but when the girl moves to New York for a fantastic job and ends up moving in with her philandering father, things get complicated. Her best friend, Madeline Stein, has been a career girl all her life. As a single mom, her job defines her, so when she loses it, Maddy needs to find something or someone else to make her forties fun. Portia Kavanagh hits New York with a bang, but she’s so hungry for adventure she bites off more of the Big Apple than planned. Portia retreats to what she thinks is the sanctuary of her father’s home and soon discovers she’s not the only one in the family with an overactive appetite. Kate and Maddy find themselves leaving their lovely hometown of Lincoln, outside Boston, for the fertile and romantic hills of Tuscany. However, blue skies, rich wine, and charming Italians bring the women a whole new world that they have to maneuver with the grace and style of a Lincoln Lady. Portia’s high-octane life in Manhattan comes at a price, too. Out of the millions of men she could have, she chooses the only one she’s meant to avoid. Her quandary: Has she made a mistake of epic proportions or found the one in a million? This is a story of three fantastic women on a journey of self-discovery. With more ups and downs than a Florentine fairground, the ladies survive love, loss, and fresh pasta by laughing at life and using a doggie bag. There are lots of thrills and spills along the way, but in the end it’s all about friendship, attitude, and walking off that fabulous food. Come on an adventure and enjoy the ride with the lovely Lincoln Ladies.
~~ABOUT THE AUTHOR~~
Suzy Duffy is an international and #1 best-selling author. She writes laugh-out-loud, life-affirming stories about women from five to ninety-five. (Sometimes she writes about men, too, but only for comedic purposes, and pets—if they’re funny.) Her books have won numerous awards and critical acclaim. They’ve been published in Norwegian and German, and she gives 10% of her royalties towww.FOBH.org Her New England trilogy includes: Wellesley Wives – September 2012 Newton Neighbors – September 2013 Lincoln Ladies – September 2014 Praise for Duffy: “Five Star rating . . . An all-American heart-warming romantic comedy.” “Suzy Duffy . . . I had wondered who would be filling Maeve Binchy’s shoes . . . EXCELLENT . . . Highly Recommended.” “Duffy isn’t just a good writer, she’s a darn good storyteller, too—a rare combination.” Suzy is Irish and currently lives in Boston with her husband, five children, and one dog. She was recently a guest speaker at the Sydney Writers Festival in Australia. She loves connecting with readers, book clubs, and writer’s events. a Rafflecopter giveaway
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When I was looking through my phone kindle I came across "shattered alliance" by Sydney Katt. I must have grabbed the book during a free promotion but I had yet to read it. I took a glance at the intro and I have to admit, I was blown away. I had to close the book and move on to another I promised to read but the first chance I got I went back to it. I read the intro again. It was still amazing. Well written. Peaked the curiosity and so on.
As I got into the story I realized this was book two of what the author calls the undercover series. There are three books. And while I didn't feel I had to have read book one firsts since the author explains things, I wish I had because I feel I would have had a much better grasp on the characters and their situations.
The story is very intriguing. The main characters father was murdered and ages going after the culprit who also happens to be a bank robber. I have no complaints about that aspect of the plot or about the authors writing, which is stellar.
My issues came a bit later when sex seemed to take over the book. There was one scene early on but I decided to overlook it because the writing was so good and the plot so interesting. But then there was another and another and another. I feel like those scenes overshadowed what could have been an intriguing mystery. It was hard to concentrate on the part I really wanted to read with all the interruptions.
I gave to admit here that I prefer clean reads without such scenes. So perhaps I am biased in that way. But if you decide to read the book I wanted to make sure you are aware they are there and they are plentiful.
My only other complaint is a style issue. The chapters are long. I prefer shorter chapters because I an often interrupted and it's nice to be able to stop at a breaking point. Though there were breaks within chapters and that helped.
So overall I admire this writers writing. She's good. Very good. I would love to read more of her work if she has books with great plots like this one but with less sex.
616 AD, The Kingdom of Elmetia
Teagen scrambled under the table as the first fire-drenched arrow shot through the sky. Within seconds, thatched rooftops blazed and smoke bellowed throughout the palace. Frantic screams replaced the joyful music playing moments before.
“Princess,” Teagen’s nurse hissed from behind a wooden bench. “Are ye injured?”
“Nay.” She cast a wary glance as the battle unfolded before her. “What’s happening? Is it Saxons?”
Her nurse stretched her arm over and stroked her hair. “Aye, princess. Seems to be. Now stay put here while I find yer brother.”
Teagen flinched. “Don’t leave me Dera, please—Niall will be with Papa, they’ll be safe.”
Dera’s face paled. “I hope not, lassie, for yer brother’s sake, I pray he’s not.”
What could she mean? Was Papa in trouble?
She jumped out from her hiding place. “Then I’ll come with ye—”
Dera pushed her down firmly. “Nay, ‘tis not safe. Whatever ye do, do not let them capture ye, understand?”
She nodded, dumbfounded as Dera disappeared.
Grabbing the bottom of her long silk dress, she covered her face in an attempt to subdue the nausea that welled within. She wouldn’t look. She couldn’t. Where was Papa? She needed him right now, to hold her, and keep her safe.
A wave of relief washed over her. “Papa!” Teagen ran toward him, tears threatening her eyes.
“Shhh, lassie.” Her father scooped her up and headed for the kitchen just off the Great Hall. He opened a small stone cupboard and placed her inside.
“Stay in here, do ye understand? Do not come out until yer brother gets ye.”
“Please don’t leave me, Papa. Everyone keeps leaving me.” She tasted the salty tears that streamed her face.
Her father stroked her cheek. “Oh, lassie, I love ye so much. Ye know this, don’t ye?”
“Now be a brave girl and stay put.”
She gave her father a lingering hug and breathed in his comforting musky scent, her eyes averting his blood stained tunic. As he shut the cupboard door, the sound of the latch closing sent shivers through her body. The darkness did not mask the coldness of the damp stone walls, or the stale air which stifled her breathing. A sob lodged in her throat. I need to be brave for Papa.
Muffled sounds from outside grew louder—the clash of iron on iron, the collapse of buildings, and cries for help.
“King Ceretic is dead!”
Teagen stopped breathing. It could not be true.
“And what of the rest of the family?”
“Not yet found.”
“We do not leave until they are dead. Burn everything, and gather the survivors—we’ll take them to the slave market.”
She squeezed her eyes together, shutting out the fuzzy sensation that threatened to overtake her.Please, God. Nay. There surely must be some mistake.
Teagen could wait no longer. Despite her father’s strict instructions, she pushed open the door and fell on the kitchen floor. She gasped in a huge breath of air and scrambled to the doorway. Soldiers littered the outside, and in the centre, stood the Saxon King—Edwin the Tyrant. Her stomach lurched as she saw the remains of her father’s body.
Oh, Heavenly Father.
She collapsed to the ground. If her father was dead, it meant her brother Niall would likely be too. She studied the hem of her fine tunic and caressed the intricate beading Dera had sewn on the day before.
She stiffened. If they discovered her true identity as the king’s daughter, she too would be slain. She had to get out of these clothes. Her eyes rested on the dead bodies piled up outside the kitchen entrance and her heart broke as she spotted one of her friends lying on the ground. She kept low, reached out and pulled her friend further inside the kitchen.
“I’m sorry, Hilda,” she whispered to the girl, “but I’m going to need yer clothes. Ye won’t have use for them anymore.” She closed the girl’s eyelids, said a quick prayer, and removed the simple tunic and redressed her young friend in her own grand attire.
She ran out of the kitchen and toward the oak tree at the top of the hill, knowing she would be seen. She perched under a sloping branch and gazed out—her entire world ablaze. Soldiers rummaged through the dead bodies looking for valuables to keep for themselves. Teagen covered her ears as cries penetrated the night. Curling herself into a ball, she cradled her arms around her knees and rocked herself back and forth watching her kingdom fall. They were coming for her, it was simply a matter of time. To survive this night, her identity would have to be forgotten.
Rachel grew fascinated with the medieval time period as a child. Dubbed a bookworm from a young age, Rachel found herself surrounded by places steeped in history and adventure. She enjoyed trips with her family to visit nearby derelict castles and Roman ruins, and that coupled with a zealous imagination and love for stories, sparked her interest in knights, fortresses and ancient kingdoms.
Born and bred in England, Rachel writes adventure driven historical romance, she is also a pastor’s wife, and has three beautiful little princesses. She minored in creative writing at university and strives to entertain, inspire and encourage others in their own spiritual journey. She’s also captivated by romantic tales… combine it with a little history and a hot cup of tea, and she’s smitten! Find her at www.rachelajames.com for more information.
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Kayley Carson thought she had it all...married to the love of her life, a great job, and a baby on the way. Then one day, her life changes forever when she loses her husband in a tragic accident. No longer sure how to navigate life after her enormous loss, Kayley clings to her newborn baby, her family, and her friends to keep herself living.
When she meets someone that challenges her belief that she's better off alone, she has to decide if she is capable of letting him in after swearing she was never going to love anyone the same way again.
She's not the only one with a painful past. He is struggling with trust issues after a previous relationship went horribly wrong. After a terrible misunderstanding brings out both of their insecurities, will the painful memories of the past keep them both from living again?
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Rachel has always been seen as a wild child, never committing or settling down. She wants it that way, so that no one ever finds out the truth. Deep down, she is crushed over something that happened years ago that resulted in losing the only man she ever loved. Then she meets someone who tries to convince her that she’s ready to commit again. But some things are not what they seem. Realizing too late that she’s in over her head, and with her life on the line, she comes face to face with her past in a way she never thought possible.
Devin was in love once, and it destroyed him, making him swear off love forever. After a promotion and subsequent move unexpectedly brings him into the middle of her dangerous situation, he must come face to face with his past and to the woman who broke him into pieces. But she needs help. Desperately. And maybe, just maybe, he didn't know the real truth of their past. Can he help her survive the terrible ordeal she's been through, and during it all, can he safeguard his heart from her? Or will the truth of the pain that has kept them apart show him that he can't live without her after all?
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Ellis Warner is a police officer, everyone’s friend and every girl’s fantasy- funny, dedicated, and too good looking for his own good. Thanks to a childhood he would rather forget and a young adulthood riddled with mistakes, he knows that no one can ever find out who he really is. He lives his life pretending to be the guy everyone sees on the outside. The one thing he knows for sure is that he can’t be serious with anyone. When he takes a second job as security for a new country star coming into town, he has no idea how that one decision will change his entire life and expose everything he has worked so hard to bury.
Samantha Kerrigan won a nationwide contest that immediately forces her into the spotlight. Her dreams of being a successful country singer have come true, but dreams always come with a price. While going out on her first tour, a stalker’s advances threaten her safety, forcing her team to hire more protection.
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The second she meets Ellis, she knows there’s something about him and immediately makes him her private bodyguard. But he’s determined just to do his job, and she’s determined to make him open up. When her life is threatened and his secrets are exposed, will Ellis be able to guard Sam from danger, and his heart from her?
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Lacey Russell has had enough heartbreak and loss for one lifetime. Turning tragedy into motivation, she becomes a veterinarian to honor her mother’s memory. She knows the path her life is on and she decided long ago that falling in love is not part of that plan. She’s seen firsthand that all it does is cause sorrow and pain.
Brantley Tucker is the heir to Tucker Ranch, the most well-known ranch in all of Nashville. Much to the dismay of his parents, he doesn’t want it. It’s always been his dream to model, and he’s worked hard to achieve success. All he wants is to be supported and loved, but he wonders if that will ever happen for him.
After many chance encounters throw Lacey and Brant together, it feels like something bigger than them is at work. When Lacey gets news that shatters her entire world, can she accept the support and love that Brant offers, or will the fear of the unknown make her turn down the chance at finding her forever?
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Alexis Carson-Nichols has had what anyone would describe as an idyllic childhood. She has great parents, little brothers and sister that mean the world to her, and friends that are always there for her. As she graduates from high school and gets ready to go to college, she feels like she has the world at her fingertips. She can’t wait to experience life as a young adult. Maybe even get a boyfriend…as long as her school comes first.
What she doesn’t expect is to meet Greer Henderson. Greer hasn’t had a life anything like Alexis’. Sure, he’s had the parents that loved him, but that was about it. He’s never been understood or even tolerated. He’s spent his life in a constant state of inner chaos and outer turmoil. See, Greer has Aspergers. When he finally gets up enough courage to take a few classes at his local college, he becomes lab partners with Alexis. He thinks she’s the most beautiful person he’s ever laid eyes on, but he knows she won’t want anything to do with him. None of the kids ever do. But if there’s one thing he’s good at, it’s science.
As Alexis tries to break through Greer’s tough exterior and understand his idiosyncrasies, she realizes that Greer may just be teaching her more than she could ever imagine, and changing her life in insurmountable ways. Can Alexis teach others how to love and accept Greer, even if he’s different? And can Greer, through Alexis, realize that all of his dreams are within his reach and that he’s worthy of love after all?
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LL Collins is a teacher who loves spending her days in the Florida sun with her husband and boys, reading, and writing. Her love of writing has found a home in the self-publishing world. Living Again, Reaching Rachel, Guarding Hearts, Finding Forever and Breaking Free: A Living Again Novella are available now in both eBook and paperback exclusively through Amazon. LL has been writing since she was old enough to write. Always a story in her head, she finally decided to let the characters out and start writing and try to make her lifelong dreams of becoming an author come true. She has been a teacher for over ten years, a wife for 15, and a mom to two boys, 12 and 10. Look for a new emotionally-charged series from LL coming soon.
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Autumn Dreams is a romance novella that takes place on the prairies in the late 1940s.
Maggie arrives at her new teaching job, to board with a family she's prepared to like. What she isn't prepared for is her landlady's brother Marshall who seems to hate her on sight. She is captivated by Ellen's six year old daughter Emma who is having identity problems when faced with the arrival of a new baby. Then Ellen goes into labour in the middle of a storm and Maggie must face her fears to help. Along the way she helps a family grow closer together but what about her hopes for the future? Can she get past the wall Marshall has set up and does she really have a future here amongst the people she has grown to care for?
Sharon McGregor is a west coast transplant from the Canadian prairies. Her imagination and story weaving got its start when she was an only child living on a farm. She’s moved on from cowgirl dreams to romance and mystery, but hasn’t lost her love for horses.
When not writing or reading, she’s busy with the two shops she shares with her daughter- an ice cream and candy store and a bath boutique.
In spite of her eternal quest to escape the cold, she does spend time at ice rinks watching her grandchildren figure skate and play hockey.
When she can summon up the nerve to get on a plane (she’s terrified of flying like Maddie in Northern Lights) she likes to visit with her son and grandchildren who are still knee deep in the prairies.
Sharon loves endings with happy resolutions which is why she enjoys writing romance and cozy mysteries. Autumn Dreams is her second romance novella with Prism Books.
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Title: Lessons Learned
Author: Sydney Logan
Date of Publication: October 17th 2014About Lessons Learned: A young girl needs to spread her wings, but a young woman needs roots. English teacher Sarah Bray never thought she’d return to Sycamore Falls, but a traumatic event at her inner-city school leaves her desperate for the sanctuary of home. By returning to her roots, an older and wiser Sarah hopes to deal with the demons of her present and confront the ghosts of her past. She discovers a kindred spirit in Lucas Miller, a teacher from New York with demons of his own. As the newest faculty members at Sycamore High School, they quickly become friends – bonding through Lucas’s culture shock and their mutual desire to build new lives. When they open their wounded hearts to each other, their friendship effortlessly evolves into romance. Their love is put to the test when Matt, the quarterback of the football team, shares his deepest secret with Sarah. When the conservative community finds out, Sarah and Lucas – along with the town of Sycamore Falls – are schooled in the lessons of acceptance, tolerance, and love. NOTE: Sydney will be donating 10% of all sales during the month of October to http://www.pacer.org/bullying/ in honor of October's Bullying Awareness month. In LESSONS LEARNED a secret of the quarterback of the football team sends a small conservative community reeling. Bullying can take on all forms and Sydney would like to give back to this worthy cause. Amazon bestselling author Sydney Logan holds a Master's degree in Elementary Education. She is the author of three novels - Lessons Learned, Mountain Charm, and Soldier On. Sydney has also penned four short stories and is a contributor to Chicken Soup for the Soul. A native of East Tennessee, Sydney enjoys playing piano and relaxing on her porch with her wonderful husband and their very spoiled cat. a Rafflecopter giveaway
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Nick was ignoring her. He was pulling files out of a cabinet and hadn’t bothered to look her way when she’d entered the room. She’d noticed him the moment she walked in the door. Even with his back turned, he looked incredible with his broad shoulders straining the fabric of his dark suit across his muscular back. After all these years, her hands still ached to touch him, to feel the muscles rippling beneath her fingertips. She’d wondered why he’d left the boardroom last week and not congratulated her as the others did. Was he that angry? She assumed he believed her grandfather would name him as successor. It’s what she had expected. By all rights he should have been named the new CEO of Santorini.
She finally recovered her ability to speak and said, “Aren’t you going to welcome me, Nick?”
He turned away from the file cabinet and suddenly the full force of his gray eyes was on her, sweeping over her. He wore an amused smile on his face. She always felt like a lovesick teenager when she was around him, probably because she’d had the biggest crush on Nick Trenton since she was fourteen, and apparently she hadn’t overcome it, because he could make her heart flutter with just a look.
At six-foot-two with dark, curly hair and cafe-au-lait skin, he was every schoolgirl’s dream and every woman’s fantasy. With an Italian mother and African-American father, he had an exotic look “tall, dark and handsome” couldn’t even begin to describe. He had never paid attention to her attempts to gain his notice when she was a teenager. Of course, the year she turned fourteen, he’d been twenty-two. Maybe as a woman, things would be different. Suddenly, she felt as though all her hair was out of place and her clothes needed arranging. She resisted the urge to smooth her curls and tug on her skirt.
Finally, Nick walked over. “Brielle, we are all happy you’re here.” He put his hands on the top of her arms, pulled her to him, and kissed her on both cheeks. “Welcome,” he said, looking into her eyes searchingly. She had the uncanny feeling he could see her every thought.
Romance novelist Ruth Roberts lives in the Big D, where city life abounds but the wide open spaces Texas is famous for are within easy reach. Her books transport readers to the glittering life of high-society, while making the character normal, fun people we would all like to have as friends. She loves reading, writing and Gilmore Girls. She and her teenage daughter call themselves the real life Gilmore Girls. Her very own romantic hero of twenty years is her greatest inspiration and support. She loves hearing from fans so drop her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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