holiday marines

November 5, 2015

Throwback Thursday: A Marine of Plenty #Thanksgiving #Marines #eBook

The 17th book in the Always a Marine series features Charlie Sparks, brother of Naomi Sparks. You may remember Charlie as her brother who was serving in Afghanistan while Naomi was visiting Mike’s Place in What Part of Marine Don’t You Understand? Kindle | Nook | ARe | iBooks | Kobo Serving overseas is a lonely duty… Captain Charlie Sparks faces an impossible task—assigned to a security detail for the sister of a fallen Marine. The last thing Charlie wants is this beautiful woman in the middle of a base in Afghanistan no matter what holiday she plans to help them […]
December 2, 2013

Lest Old Marines Be Forgot Release Day!

All Romance eBooks | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Bookstrand | Decadent Publishing She never stopped grieving… It’s New Year’s Eve, and thirty years since Brenda Connors buried the only man she ever loved. Every year on the anniversary of his death, she finds herself in the hospital, suffering from chest pains. No matter how expected, it always takes her breath away. This year…this year she wants it to be different and takes the advice of her best friend and would be sister-in-law to sign up for a one-night stand. It seems ridiculous, just a year shy of her fiftieth birthday to try and seek happiness […]
November 19, 2013

#HolidayMarines COVER REVEAL: Lest Old Marines Be Forgot

In some ways, I’ve been waiting a year to share the holiday Marines. In 2012, I thought about doing a series of Marines all set during the holiday season and even picked the holidays I wanted to feature. As we’ve worked our way through 2013, I wrote holiday stories in spring, summer, and autumn. Let me tell you how surreal it was to write a Christmasy story when I was in shorts and sweating to death in the high heat of summer! So far, we have released the Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Yule Marines, Very shortly you will have Have Yourself […]
July 3, 2013

A Year in Review 2012-2013

So on July 9, 2012, I wrote my year in review for 2011-2012 citing the changes in my writing regimen and what I accomplished for that year. It’s a few days early, but since I plan to take a few “writing” days off and finish catching up on edits (I’ve edited 7 books in the last two weeks), I thought we’d take a long look back at this last year. The titles in blue have been contracted, in red self-published and in black, still working on getting a home. By the way, this list is only for books I completed. […]