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October 3-Bibliophile Reviews
October 4-Singing Librarian Books
October 5-Joy of Reading
October 6-Karen Sue Hadley
October 7-Fiction Aficionado
October 9-A Baker’s Perspective
October 11-The Power of Words
October 12-By The Book
October 13-Ponderings of a Poet & Procrastinator
October 14-Encouraging Words from the Tea Queen
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August 15th – Eight years ago, I joined writer friends to start a group blog called Inkwell Inspirations. We’re celebrating this month by sharing a trip down memory lane. Here’s what I’ve accomplished (as in published) as a writer in the last 2.5 years. With many more to come!
August 1 – Release Day!
Introducing Saguaro Sunset, part of the State Flower collection from Forget Me Not Romances. Saguaro Sunset is my first contemporary novella and is set in Tucson, Arizona.
No ice cream sandwich is as sweet as a long-delayed sunset kiss.
Friday night’s first phone call was the answer to Teresa Scott’s career dreams. Before she can celebrate, a second call informs her of her sister’s accident and puts Teresa in ‘the driver’s seat’ of Frosty Fingers Food Truck during the Tucson Festival of Books. Determined to keep her sister’s business out of the red, Teresa hides the painful disappointment of giving up her dream.
Fellow accountant Alan Davis sticks his do-gooder nose in, hanging around to help Teresa, the woman he’s adored since forever, not knowing the coveted board position he’s just accepted is the one she had to give up.
Nice Guy Alan isn’t really Teresa’s type, but she’s won over by his humor, adorable smile, and ice cream scooping skills. As his presence become irreplaceable, she sheds the hardened layers of her heart. Just when it’s clear she needs him in her life, Alan has to face his biggest regret and honor an old promise. Will losing this chivalrous knight in a snowman costume break Teresa’s vulnerable heart?