All right. Me again. Time for a cover reveal. Yes, I've chatted about SNOW IN LOVE, the sweet collection of holiday stories brought to you by #Readertainment available for pre-order on Amazon. (The woman to the left is how I envision myself. Darker hair, a far better red lip, but the caffeine is spot on!… Continue reading All He Wants for Christmas: Cover reveal and pre-order deets!
A second chance for her sleepy small town or Sarah Jane Minton, Montana’s mouthiest spinster? Yummy pie only goes so far! Sarah Jane has a life, a hidden one she can’t help comparing to the romance novels that helped her overcome childhood disappointments. And the adult variety that left her married to a failing pie… Continue reading Ye ha! Caracas Cowboy, Wild Horse Bk 2, is riding the range.
Covid or not. All right, people. I've been dead--may as well have been. That's what isolation means to an author under deadline, one with personal issues that I need not rehash. Really. Revisiting lovelies can be a first-class ticket to derailment. So, without further blather, it's here. Soul of Valor (Valor Investigations Book 3) is… Continue reading Is Overlord real? Or is the billionaire playboy who loved her and left playing her again? Soul of Valor–NOW ON AMAZON!
Okay. Rene and I don't write exactly the same genre. She's sassy comic romance where I'm trying to be strictly sweet. Trying. She's flirty with the lines--steamy in places--where I'm firmly drawing some. For a change. Bedroom doors weren't always shut in my earlier writing ventures, but life brings many changes. Although I could be… Continue reading Sit-down with Rene Penn; dear friend, soul sister, and a hilariously good writer!
The road can get dark quickly. It's been a long time coming. I've worked ALL summer on CRAVING GRACE: Diamond Dogs Book 2 and I'm SO happy I did. I LOVE this latest installment of my action/romance series that promises a world of intrigue, romance, and tough choices faced by women of conscience. This new… Continue reading Revenge IS sweet: Diamond Dogs Book 2 hits the cyber-shelf. Yippee!
Tired of "fake news" or real news for that matter? Want to read something that makes you smile, remember happy times, and look forward to creating new memories? Seek no more. Multi-published Teresa Ives Lilly's latest publishing venture - All the Lovely Things Magazine -- is here to take you way. Put a smile on… Continue reading All the Lovely Things Magazine: A FREE place to heal, hope, and look to what’s beautiful in publishing and the world around you!
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… Continue reading Sit-down with Lana Higginbotham: Get to know the spirit behind the stories
At home or abroaddon't forgetTHE WRONG SUITCASE! Are you ready for summer? A break from winter wet and cold? Do you want an extension of that too-short spring break? I do. Five days in Arizona visiting my Melanie was NOT enough. (The sun took a vacation and left us both with blustery winds that kept… Continue reading Sherri Stewart: The Wrong Suitcase
Yes, I still write romance. I’ll be making an announcement soon about contracts and other lovelies. But this tidbit from Healthy Food House—an oldie but a goodie—is too choice to pass. (Not like men ;^) Come to mama! Seriously, though. When you want something, it’s typically a good idea to ask those who’ve already got—how… Continue reading Want a long life? Avoid Men!
Christian blogger and dedicated follower, T.R. Noble and I jumped back Inside the Cup to discuss crossing the line in Christian Romance.
Come on in.
The water–coffee in my case–is fine.
Near the beginning of August of this year, I had a post series for the Single Christian Girl.
I received a reblog from blogger and Christian Romance novelistAnn Malley with a comment introducing this post, and it really got me to think about certain things I probably should clarify.
Ann, in her amazing back cover promotion of the post, poses the question if, in my post, I am seeking a scapegoat for fallen human nature. She also brings up something I don’t know why I haven’t thought about before, “glorified temptation.” That, in itself, is something to write on. What a powerful term.
She promoted the post not only to her readers but to me. Convincing me to reread the post and reflect.
And reflect I did. In fact, I retweeted her post and we started discussing Christian Romance…
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