BOOK TALK ~ Chick Lit at its best…


How many times inside your marriage did you want to do this? Grab all of the money out of your joint account, do a number on the jerk’s truck and hit the road for a new life…

Jana Embers does just that. She adopts a cat for companionship, eschews men, chooses a perfectly sized and shaped device and writes about the perfect hero.  Determined to share her philosophy, she pens You Don’t Need a Man, encouraging women everywhere to go out and experience life instead of waiting for a man to complete them. She makes it work.

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Why Do Authors Make Their Books FREE?

This question pops often in forums… Here are the answers often posted…


  • Because they don’t know any better
  • To maximize downloads because they don’t care about money
  • Advisers telling newbies giveaways are the best career decision
  • People think the author is begging for sales
  • Because the books are worthless
  • I never price any of my books for free

FACT: None of these answers are helpful and some are out right lies by omission. Take the last on the list. The author who never prices books for free–can’t! Nope. That author is under contract and has NO control over the price of his/her books. I checked. And all are sucking mud to China in stats…perhaps selling one or two a year.

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The Intrepid Men of #eNovAaW Book Tour: Pete Barber Spotlight



Meet The Intrepid Men of #eNovAaW


Pete Barber

Born into a blue-collar family in Liverpool, England, Pete missed The Beatles but did go to The Cavern a few times. He immigrated to the US in the early 90s, and became a citizen. After twenty years in the corporate madhouse, Pete moved to Western North Carolina where he lives with a couple llamas, two spoiled dogs, a brace of cookie-eating goats, one ferocious cat, and a wonderful wife who thankfully understands his obsessive need to write fiction.

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Good Books Make Great Christmas Gifts


Flaps Down (The Reluctant Hero)

Flaps Down

Click to buy on Amazon…read free on Amazon Prime or download a sample.

Parnell Stillman, ace pilot is man to the bone in a lackadaisical kind of way.  He has the ability to fly through anything except solid mountain.  He lives alone because people are not to be trusted, especially women. Flying is his high road until one sleet-filled morning–it isn’t. Mischance forces his plane down in a frozen wilderness. He can survive, but his live cargo is another matter—an annoying social worker and five orphans—the most irksome freight he’s ever hauled in his life.

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Count the Roses

Count The Roses

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Adrien Merril wants someone to fill his days with laughter, his nights with passion, his house with children.

He wants a wife.

He focuses all of his hopes, dreams and desires  upon Jennifer DeWitt, the newest employee of the small hotel he owns in New Orleans.

But Jennifer has traveled across the country to escape love’s expectations, confinements, and disappointments.

She has her dream job as a catering manager in a New Orleans hotel.

Her days are hectic, her nights peacefully solitary. She is her own woman and is determined to remain so…

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Just in Time for the Fourth of July Beach Read

  A Strong and Tender Thread

on Pre-Order Sale Now at Liquid Silver Books  $3.19

 He was unloved, passionate and arrogant in the way only self-made men can be.

She was beautiful, but damaged and ached to be his.

Release Date:  Monday, July 1, 2013


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A Strong and Tender Thread

Excerpt: A Strong and Tender Thread

Micah Davidson: He was unloved, passionate and arrogant in the way only self-made men can be.

Gabrielle Hensley: She was beautiful, but damaged and ached to be his.

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Eye of the Beholder

jw_cover_finalsWhen widowed junkyard owner G. G. Morgan scoops up the pitted and rusted bumper of an old truck,  he didn’t know his life was about to change; that a skinny, conniving  girl would abhor his junk but covet his land, his house, and his heart.  But G. G. Morgan is about the find these things out–the hard way–because Phoebe Hawley is on a quest  to find her family a home.  She squats in his kitchen like an old-time land grabber and refuses to budge until her family is sheltered under his roof, fed from his table, and clothed in his love.

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