Friday, June 26, 2015

Things I've Said To My Children

So I'm sitting behind four buses at day camp pick up with the windows rolled up and the AC on because it is HOT, and I'm laughing so hard I have tears. The other mom's are giving me side eye. Jealous.

Every parent should have Things I've Said to My Children close at hand. Kids are wild little beasties and they do mind blowing things adults can't even begin to imagine. The clever graphics Nathan Ripperger created to illustrate things he's said to his own wildlings bring a smile of camaraderie. Parents no longer have to feel alone when asking... Why is there a toilet seat on my table?

Load it into the Kindle app on your phone to reference after reminding your son to stop licking the grocery cart... Again.

Next time a friend needs cheering up, don't send a card. Send this book.                                  

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Anything For A Cowboy - Release & Reviews

It's opening day for Not My 1st Rodeo! The stories released today - individually and as the anthology. I love that readers have the option to grab them all or pick and choose.

We have a fun Facebook party tonight & the reviews are coming in.

Amazon    Barnes & Noble    Samhain     Kobo    

Her plan was for them to fall in bed, not in love.

When veterinarian Jacy Weston changes her location on her western dating website profile, she thinks it’s no big deal. Opal Creek…Myrtle Creek…what’s the difference? As little white lies go, this one barely qualifies. Besides, since her brothers have chased off every guy within a hundred miles, the expiration date on her virginity is way past due.

Ray Mitchell is not inclined to waste his time on something as unnecessary as dating, but it’s much easier to take a woman to coffee than to explain to his mother why he’s in no hurry to get married again. Despite NotMy1stRodeo.com’s promises, he doubts he’ll find any woman willing to find herself stuck on a remote ranch raising rodeo stock.

But Jacy is different. She isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty. Or to get down and dirty. Ray’s thinking he’s found the one, until the truth comes out…and he realizes the divorcee from the next county he’s been dating doesn’t exist.

Warning: Contains a virginal heroine looking for the nearest exit for the horizontal highway to heaven, and a cowboy willing to go the distance for the right woman.

 
 
 

Fun, entertaining, sexy with just a wee bit of drama Anything For A Cowboy is another incredible contemporary romance from one of my favorite romance writers! ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures 

What’s better than one attractive cowboy? Three of them. ~ Heroes & Heartbreakers

Hot chemistry a quick, cute, easy read with a nice bit of heat ~ Book Gannet

Monday, June 22, 2015

The Pink Heart Society: Tuesday Talk Time :: Not My 1st Rodeo

The Pink Heart Society: Tuesday Talk Time :: Not My 1st Rodeo: Once upon a time, at the RWA conference in San Antonio,  Jenna Bayley-Burke got Donna Alward to laugh. And then Sarah M. Anderson laughed...

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Compromising Positions – Only 99c!

 
 
I'm so excited about this sale for Compromising Positions. This book is so special to me because it resonates with readers so much I've never had a book signing or appearance where it hasn't been mentioned. It instantly creates a connection, and has sparked some of my best friendships within the industry. I'm hoping this sale means new readers open their hearts to David & Sophie, and to me as well.

Promo push...
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6.1  Fiction Vixen
6.1  Unputdownable Reads
6.1  Freebook Feed
6.2  eReader News Today
6.4  eBookHounds
6.7  BookSends
6.8  Riffle
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6.12 Robin Reads
6.19 The Midlist

Friday, May 29, 2015

Anything For A Cowboy excerpt

Who's ready for a peek at Ray & Jacy's second date?


Ray knew his smile was probably a bit too wide, but it matched Jacy’s. He pulled off his gloves and stuck them in the back pocket of his jeans as he crossed the gravel yard to meet her beside her mammoth truck. Just like earlier, he felt that instant tug of desire, the urgent longing of man for woman. Every stray thought since he’d left her had been about her naked. And standing here with her flaming-red hair, worn jeans and a white tank top, she slid into every fantasy he’d ever had.

“You found me,” he said, instead of asking to skip the ride and take things indoors.

“The directions were spot on.” She put her hands in her back pockets, drawing his attention to her breasts. He forced his gaze up to the watercolor swirl of her hazel eyes. “How long do you think we’ll be out for? Should I take a coat?”

“I’m not taking one.” He rubbed his hand against the back of his neck, suddenly all hot and prickly. He’d prefer she not cover up, but that was for selfish reasons. Good thing one of them was practical.

“Then I won’t either. I tend to run hot.”

Her words hit him right in the libido. But like this morning, he didn’t know how to read it. He didn’t want to jump too far ahead and risk getting kicked out of the game entirely. He nodded and walked back towards the stable. She fell in step beside him.

“Who am I riding today?”

Him, if he had anything to say about it. He clenched his fists and dragged his dirty mind out of the gutter. Since he’d sworn off dating-site hookups six months back, he hadn’t bothered with sex, a fact his body had decided to alert him to today. He hadn’t been this focused on bedding a woman since his first time.

Ray cleared his throat as they entered the paddock. “I saddled Little Joe for you. He knows this place better than I do. Plus, he’s as smooth as we’ve got since Candy’s getting ready to foal.”

She stopped beside him and reached for the gelding paint. “And who is this handsome fella?”

“No flirting with my girl, Hoss.” He patted the horse’s neck and undid the cross ties keeping the youngster in place. Joe whinnied in his stall.

“Let’s make him jealous,” she mock-whispered before mounting his horse in a smooth movement.

“Seriously?” He spoke more to Joe than anything, since Jacy had ridden Hoss smoothly into the corral. He climbed onto the horse his mother usually rode. “You better keep up, old man.”
 
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Monday, May 11, 2015

Promo Fail

My post office says strike anywhere matches cannot be shipped, and TSA won't allow them on the plane. Confused as to how USPS got them to my house if I cant ship them in the SAME box. Ahem.

So...no Just One Spark matchboxes at RT. Now to figure out where to ground ship them to so I'll have them for the book signing at RWA in NYC.

Friday, May 01, 2015

Recovered :: Cooking Up A Seduction

I found a new cover for Cooking Up A Seduction. Again. I'm realizing that for some people, having control over such things is a blessing. But for me, it's a world of second guessing.