Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Everything old is new again

I've been welcoming 2017 with hopes and goals for the future, but also with tons of gratitude. We all have baggage, and mine seems to have become a little bit lighter recently. Maybe I'm actually following the advice I keep telling myself:
Don't look back. You're not going that way.

I don't know who originally said that, but I'm sure glad they did.

I hope you'll be happy to hear that I'm going forward with something from the past...

I love the little imaginary town of Legend, Tennessee. I received my rights back for my books set in that town, but haven't published anything new since Christmas Charm: A Short Story back in December of 2015. I thought that was the end of the series. I thought I should walk away from Legend, and the McClain family.

But I heard from readers who wanted more stories about the McClains. And I've received lots of nudges from Maureen McClain (fictional character with an attitude), who insisted that I write the love story that began at the punch bowl during the grand opening of Chloe McClain's art gallery in Building a Dream.

Maureen and Damien's story is coming along. I'll be doing a cover reveal, and sharing more information about the book, in my upcoming newsletter. Please click here to subscribe if you haven't already.

I'm also buying new covers for the series, as I can afford them. So far, books 1 and 2 have new covers. Take a look at the Legend page, by clicking here.

So, I'm moving forward, but not leaving all of the past at the side of the road. How about you?


Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Serendipity, Indiana on Clean Indie Reads

More happy news! Clean Indie Reads ("Home of Flinch-Free Fiction") now has a page all about my Serendipity, Indiana series of sweet romance and romantic women's fiction.

Click here to go to the Clean Indie Reads website.

Meanwhile, I'm doing a bit of closet purge this week. For some reason, the Christmas season usually has this effect on me. Do you have any end-of-year traditions?


Saturday, December 24, 2016

Holiday Wishes

I'm posting this on Christmas Eve, and as far as I know, I won't be online again until December 26th. Best wishes to you and yours, for a lovely holiday!


P.S. The photo above features my beloved cardboard tree. I hope it makes you smile.

Friday, December 23, 2016

#SweetRomance #FridayReads: Donna Fasano's new release!

A Beautiful Stranger
by Donna Fasano
Series: Family First, #1
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 10, 2016

When Sean Hudson arrives to claim his new daughter, he discovers the adoption hinges on the impossible. Unless he finds a wife immediately, the tiny orphan will be snatched away from him forever. But before Sean can abandon hope, a beautiful stranger proposes a surprising solution—marriage.

Sean swears the love in his heart is only for his soon-to-be daughter. And that is perfect for Nicki Willis, whose restless spirit yearns to have a family for just a while. But the tenderness of Sean’s touch soothes Nicki’s fears as well as little Sona’s. Now Nicki aches to become a family forever… and she refuses to believe she can’t make this dream come true.


USA Today Bestselling Author Donna Fasano has written over 30 romance and women's fiction books that have sold 4 million copies worldwide. Her books have won numerous awards and have been published in nearly 2 dozen languages.

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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

The McClains on Clean Indie Reads

I'm thrilled to announce that the website Clean Indie Reads ("Home of Flinch-Free Fiction") now has a page all about the McClains of Legend, Tennessee. This is an exciting opportunity for new readers to discover these heartwarming romances.

If you haven't seen the CIR website, take a peek. There are lots of romances, but many other genres, too--cozy mystery, fantasy, science fiction, etc., etc.

Click here to go to the Clean Indie Reads website.