Sunday, April 17, 2011

The winner of my painting is...

I am happy to announce that the winner of the original oil painting for purchasing my new book "Carrie and Hope" is fellow author Marianne Garver. If you aren't familiar with Marianne's work, she wrote one of my favorite books, October's Promise. You can check it out on her site .

An update on my is now available for the Nook (Click here to check it out) and I am awaiting the proof for the paperback, so that should be available soon.

I have one glowing review on Amazon so far. If you purchased the book, I would really appreciate it if you could review it for me.

If you haven't purchased it and would like a free kindle copy and would be willing to review it when you finish reading it, just send me an email at I will randomly pick three names to receive the free copies.


P.S. If you would like to read my book and would like the pg version of this lesbian romance, let me know. I have a limited amount of paperback copies.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Buy my a painting!!!

I just listed my new book Carrie and Hope for sale on Amazon for the Kindle. It is a lesbian romance. Here is the deal...anyone who orders my book between now and tomorrow night at midnight (Tuesday 4-11-11) has the chance to win one of my original oil paintings. I will offer the winner a choice of 5 paintings to choose from.

Email me at once you purchase the book and you will be entered into the free raffle for the painting. Please be sure to review the book on Amazon when you finish reading it.

Want a second chance at winning?  Subscribe to my blog and I will put your name in twice, so you double your chances of winning.

You don't need a Kindle to read my book. You can read it on your computer, smart phone or convert it to read on your own ereader. Let me know if you need details on how to do this.

Click here to order from Amazon.

Artist Carrie Martin was in need of a model for a series of figure paintings. When she happened to meet Hope at a grief support group, she thought she would be perfect for the job. When Hope began to inspire other feelings beyond the art, Carrie decided to keep it a secret. She didn't know Hope had a secret or two of her own. Can these two women set aside their fears, let the truth out, and find what they need in each other's arms.

The paperback version is still in production and I will let everyone know when it is available.