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What Momma Left Behind Excerpt

Happy Tuesday, everyone! I hope you're holding together with me as the months turn hotter, and we continue to navigate the #newnormal. Books are my favorite medicine, and today, Lone Star Lit and author Cindy K. Sproles are bringing us a compelling escape into the past. Keep reading for an exclusive look at What Momma Left... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Key to Everything

Once upon a time, people took other people's word at face value. They genuinely sought to help their fellow neighbor out. Now we might call those people too trusting, and maybe they were? Surely there's always been ugliness in this world. This much stands as true today as it was in the Southern U.S., at... Continue Reading →

Teaser Tuesday: Blackbriar Cove

How are you doing? It occured to me today, that a lot of people have been through the gauntlet so far this year. Some of you lost your jobs, others are affected by the ongoing turmoil in and outside America. I can't imagine how you're feeling right now, but I hope you take heart and... Continue Reading →

Cover Reveal for Stay!

On Tour with Prism Book Tours Welcome to the Cover Reveal for Stay By Jennifer Silverwood   (Cursed Gods #1) Romantic Urban Fantasy Paperback & ebook, 216 Pages "Sometimes, love isn't as magical as people expect it to be..." Rona believes love is nothing more than a myth, a tale for little girls. Until the immortal... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Breakfast at the Honey Creek Cafe

Let me preface with this disclaimer: I love small-town stories. But especially small-town Texas. Why? Because I was raised in a small community, quite like the one found in author Jodi Thomas's Breakfast at the Honey Creek Cafe. So many people despair of small-town life, having lived under close scrutiny and the long memories which often accompany such.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Thank You Garden

Happy May, everyone! I hope you're all doing well and continuing to stay healthy and safe. To those of you who have struggled, or suffered during these times, know you are not alone. There is a world of wonderful people who are here for you, in all the ways we can be. So I hope... Continue Reading →

Weekly Writerly Witterings ~ Truth About Newsletters

I like to think of a mailing list like a tree farm. If you let all the undergrowth fill up between the trees, they won't grow nearly as thick or tall. They'll always be competing with the little offshoots and filler. But if you cut away the underbrush, you can see the forest through the trees.

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