Thursday, August 17, 2017

Cover Reveal... Love Letters from Heaven

Exactly seventy-three years, two months and eleven days ago, on the shores of Normandy, an Invasion known as Operation Overlord took place. We know that day better as D-Day...

On that day, countless soldiers lost their lives. Many of these heroes are buried in the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial.

Photo taken by  Bjarki Sigursveinsson 2003
Among them, is William Malloy Griffin, the fictional hero of "Love Letters from Heaven," my newest novel, soon to be published by the Wild Rose Press!

As Always, Debbie Taylor did an AWESOME job of creating the cover. Thank you so very much Debbie!



Blurb:

After a failed, miserable marriage, Katie Adelton vowed she would never let another man into her life. All of that changed with a single visit to the Normandy American Cemetery, and an encounter with a handsome ghost from World War II. A ghost that to her utter astonishment, claimed to be her soul mate.

Sergeant William Malloy Griffin willingly gave his life for his country on the shore of Omaha Beach on D-Day. From that day forward he searched the entire earth for his lost love. Once he found her, it took everything in his power to break through the barrier that kept them apart.

Now a vengeful ghost is intent on destroying the heart of the only woman William will ever love. What if the power of love can't conquer all?

Let me know what you think!

Friday, January 13, 2017

Friday the 13th in Full Moon Phase...

So, it's Friday the 13th and we are in Full Moon phase...

Public Domain Photograph
If there is any connection between a full moon and the date, we should be entertained as the day wears on.  I mean really, if there's going to be a zombie apocalypse, what better day to start one than right now?

Of course, our esteemed scientists will tell you there's no correlation between the weird and frantic during a full moon. However, my husband mentioned on more than one occasion--while working graveyard patrol at the police department--the presence of a full moon seemed far more chaotic and people behaved in a more irrational manner than on any other day of the lunar month. Hospitals can fall victim to the bizarre as well.