I read a lot. Here are the books I'm digging through for January 2018. Note: these aren't in any order, the list is incomplete, and some are Advanced Reader Copies.
Lights Out Lucy by Elicia Hyder
Elicia is letting me read Lights Out Lucy as an Advanced Reader. I don't have any links or a cover to share. Let me just say that I want to take up roller skating and even roller derby because of this silly romance. Lucy can't do anything without nearly killing herself and her guardian aka West, the hunk, has his hands full as a result.
I'll let you know when this one is available for purchase because you are going to love it!
January in a nutshell has been slim reading. It's like I read too much over Christmas break and my brain is tired. But February is around the corner. Catch you next month!
Happy Birthday, Mom!
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I read a lot. It's not all children's books to my kids either. For September of 2017 I've got the following things open on my phone or in print:
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Turning my blog over to PJ Fiala to tell you about her latest release: Missing the Point!
Stephany Tullis and I created Chandler County as a labor of love and multiple authors have opted to join us by writing stories there. I hope you'll enjoy all of them, starting with my first release, Missing the Point.
Sam McKenzie is an Army veteran who has finally retired after 25 years. He and three of his friends have started Bluegrass Security in the little town of Bourbonville, one of two towns in Chandler County. As the Kentucky Derby nears, the over-flow of people coming to Chandler County brings with it trials and tribulations and as the locals deal with these and other scenarios, we get to know many of the residents in Bourbonville.
Stephanie (Stevie) Jorgenson is a detective in Chandler County. Though she comes from a wealthy ranch family, she made her own way in the world and followed her dreams. Keeping Chandler County safe is her top priority. When she meets the handsome security specialist from Bluegrass Security, there is an immediate spark and the two succumb to the attraction, but neither believes anything more should come of it. Life, circumstance and intrigue follow the pair as they are thrown together time after time dealing with some terrible situations in Bourbonville.
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