Sit-down with Lana Higginbotham: Get to know the spirit behind the stories

The awesome strength of nature is amazing to behold. Hey guys. I hope everyone is enjoying the shift in seasons and that nasty weather is on the decline. (We had a corker lightning storm Saturday night. Full on cracking, white light flashing in the wee hours. Lovely. But I'm weird that way.) Meanwhile, I'm back …

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Sit-Down with J. Carol Nemeth: Winged Publications’ Romantic Suspense Powerhouse

Do you ever wonder about the person behind the prose? What is it that makes words sing, moving you to turn pages? Pens don't write; people do! I do. That's why I enjoy getting to know the force behind the proverbial pens. No matter how advanced technology becomes, there's no bypassing the root cause of …

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Erin Unger: Practicing Murder

Well, now that I've got your attention, it's time for a sit-down with Erin. No, she's not actually killing anyone, but that can't be said of her skillfully crafted villains who wield psychotic tendencies like a scalpel. Chilling? You bet. Check. IT. Out!!! Practicing MURDER - by Erin Unger (Releasing March 29, 2019!) INTENSE Cover! …

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Spring is coming: But GREAT READS are already here!

To everything, turn-turn-turn. There IS a season for all things. And spring flowers are just around the corner. I nearly stomped them this afternoon when tending those lovely details that keep us going—grocery shopping. Rocket shopping. Who has time? It’s a hassle, but people need to eat.  Getting bags into the house can be fun—sarcasm …

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Dishing with Di: Bygone Days

So much is missing! History wasn’t my favorite subject in school.  All those dry dates of battles and events.  Bleh!  These days I’m not sure true history is even taught.  During my teens my favorite books to read were those romances set in the south, ala: GONE WITH THE WIND.  Personally, I thought Scarlett a …

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Until We Kissed (2018)

Looking for a sweet/clean contemporary romance? A five out five FANTASTIC read to get you going as the year winds down?

USA Today Bestselling author Heather B. Moore’s, Until We Kissed, may be the book for you. It’s the sixth installment of her Pine Valley Series, so you may want to begin at the beginning.

“With a full-time job and a busy six-year old, this book took me two days to read,” the Christian Fiction Girl says. “I loved every single minute of this story, and I’m debating whether or not to re-read it again right now!”

Write on.

The Christian Fiction Girl

42380394Until We Kissed (2019) by Heather B. Moore is the sixth book in her Pine Valley series. This book comes in all forms including eBook, and is 210 pages in length. With a full-time job and a busy six-year old, this book took me two days to read. I received a copy of this novel in eBook form from Mirror Press Publishing via Kathy at Clean Wholesome RomanceI Am a Reader. In no way has this influenced my opinion of the story. All opinions expressed in this review are my own. I give Until We Kissed 5+++++ STARS. This book is a Contemporary Clean Romance.

About the Book

Livvy knows Dr. Slade McKinney is the perfect man for her, but when she keeps running into Mason, Livvy discovers fate has a different plan.

USA Today bestselling author Heather B. Moore welcomes you to Pine Valley!

Pine Valley librarian Livvy…

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Review: A Merry Navidad

It’s a Merry Navidad for sure with cozy holiday romance and recipes to boot. The Mimosa Blossom’s Michelle gives this novella collection a solid 5 out of 5 stars.

But that’s what you get when Christian authors Kathi Macias, Allison K Garcia, Linda K Rodante, and Cynthia Marcano join forces to give readers a taste of a Latino Christmas.

Write on!

The Mimosa Blossom

`A Merry Navidad` is a collection of four different novellas by four different authors. Recipes are included at the end of each story which is a bonus. I appreciate that there is also a dictionary for Latino words the reader may not be familiar with. 

La Familia Es ToDo (Kathi Macias) In this story the reader learns family is important to God.

Navidad and Familia (Allison K Garcia) A family learns the true meaning of Christmas as they work together during a blizzard.

A Tamale Christmas (Linda K Rodante) Jessica Saltare is a single mom attending a Christian college. Emmanuel Rodriguez is an attractive, nice, single Latino who attends the same college. I was pleased to see that this story also features the Biblical account of the true Christmas story.

Have Yourself A Merry Little Cocoa (Cynthia Marcano) A love story.

I found it interesting to learn that…

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Tomb Raider—Egyptian style

Think Laura Croft has tagged all the tombs? Think again, and don’t kid yourself. My history freak is absolutely blog worthy. Even for an inspy suspense/romance writer. Hidden bones, exotic lands, and ancient civilizations are the stuff of stories—contemporary and historical. Welcome to the tomb of Wahtye! And this is a doozie. An archeological expedition, …

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