Monthly Archives: December 2015

Dreams In Old Denim

After a marathon of three weeks of working diligently I finally got the raw edge denim quilt I was working on all put together. My son and his wife had asked me several years ago if I would make them … Continue reading

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Wednesday Morning Musing

Wednesday’s are usually the day I have an author interview. This month I’ve been doing other things and felt that with the holiday season upon us authors would be too busy for interviews. December has been a hodge-podge of posts … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

When I moved into this house and set up my sewing room I could not find the operations manual for my Brother sewing machine. Well, I couldn’t find the English version. It has been a year and a half. I’ve … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal: Miranda’s Rights by Lily Luchesi

Miranda’s Rights (Paranormal Detectives Book Two) by Lily Luchesi The dead don’t always rest easy… Retired detective Danny Mancini is haunted by nightmares after he found out that paranormal creatures exist. All he wants is to forget them…especially a certain … Continue reading

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How Maxwell Grover Stole My House by C. E. Vance

Author Chantiel Vance’s incredible fantasy/adventures story for middle grade readers is about to get its first sequel in January, and in an effort introduce more readers to the incorrigible Maxwell Grover, she is offering a great Holiday deal. The Kindle … Continue reading

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Raising John by Jennifer Lesher

~* RE-RELEASE BLITZ *~ TITLE: Raising John AUTHOR: Jennifer Lesher PUBLISHER: Booktrope Publishing RE-RELEASE: December 15, 2015 SYNOPSIS How do you go on living when you have done the unforgivable? Robert Lewis isn’t surprised to wake up in the drunk tank. He assumes that, … Continue reading

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Addison Kline, Miles Away Blog Tour Dec 14th – 28th

Addison Kline, Miles Away Blog Tour Dec 14th – 28th   Title: Miles Away Author: Addison Kline Genre: Mystery/Suspense    The mafia couldn’t kill him. Prison couldn’t break him. Going home threatens to do both. Miles Capadonno has made some … Continue reading

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Holiday Musings

Nothing special today. Here is hoping everyone is having a good day. It is the holiday season and a time that many people get really stressed. This is a time of year that we are supposed to be celebrating. Whether … Continue reading

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Friday Reviews: Thrillers

Lately I’ve been working with a couple of authors stretching my wings to do some editing. It’s a learning experience for me and I’m really enjoying it. However, as a result I haven’t read any books for review recently so … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal for The Solomon Project

Originally posted on Jessica Wren Fiction:
Good morning, and I would like to extend an invitation to join me as I launch my second novel, a paranormal dystopian/historical fiction combo called “The Solomon Project.” I started this novel for NaNoWriMo…

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