Bits & Pieces 2012-10-18

Links and things that I’ve run across recently. NOTE: I’ve been light on the posts, because I’m working feverishly on the next novel, Ardor Point #2… which I need to come up with a proper name for. Currently, the two top contenders are A Reason to Live and Finding Light. Race Relations on the Internet […]

Bits & Pieces 2012-07-26

Links and things that I’ve run across recently. Independence Day at the Point Catching up on some of my subscribed RSS feeds, I was enamored of a photo post by smilla4 on her Independence Day in Maine at Ardor Point— er, I mean Merepoint. Charity Versus Deeds of Lovingkindness Heard this phrase at a recent […]

Teaser Tuesdays: Taken, by Charlotte Abel

I’m still collecting and writing up my thoughts on Enchantment, Charlotte Abel’s first novel. However, I’ve already peeked into the sequel, available as an ebook, Taken, a magical YA paranormal romance. What I’ve seen so far encourages me, as I immensely enjoyed its predecessor. So even though I’m not officially reading it, and even though […]

Favorite Indie Romances

I wanted to post this on Tuesday, but I was distracted by the recent holiday. Naturally, I’m referring to National Guys in the Floral Department Day. Every year around this time, if you go into any store with a floral department, you are likely to see a dozen or so men wondering aimlessly in the […]

Teaser Tuesdays: Enchantment (again)

You may recall, I read Enchantment this past summer. And I liked it so much that I decided to include it among my favorite indie romances. I’m collecting printed editions of these novels into a deluxe package, which I had hoped to make available for Valentine’s Day. (You know, because romance equals Valentine’s.) But I […]

Teaser Tuesdays: Enchantment, by Charlotte Abel

Sixteen year old Channie Kerns leads an idyllic life of magic, deep in the Ozark Mountains, until her family is forced to flee from a powerful rival who wants them all murdered. They leave everything and everyone behind, uproot their lives, change their names, and disappear to Louisville, Colorado. But when her parents catch Channie […]