I am very happy to announce that my romance novella GRAYSON’S DILEMMA is now available to readers.
It can be found on the following websites:
and on your country’s AMAZON website worldwide (except CHINA)
Today I am very happy to present my favorite e-books read over January – December 2015. With increased writing commitments I did not have sufficient time to read more, but, as always, there were some great books to read. You can click on the book cover for a link to its Smashwords or Amazon entry. Without any further ado, please enjoy my favorite e-books read from January – December 2015!
*DEATH OF A SERPENT, by Susan Russo Anderson, best murder-mystery novel:
*PAMELA’S LOVE COLLECTION, by Pamela Cummins, best non-fiction self help book:
*THE MIRROR, by Sasha Gabriel, best paranormal short story:
*THE HUNTED, by Karen Black, best action-adventure short story:
*NOSTALGIA, by William Vitka, best horror short story:
*COLLISIONS, by P.S.Winn, best supernatural novel:
*ONE NIGHT OF YOUR LIFE, by Misty Reigenborn, best romance short story:
*…AND WE, by Adonis Mann, best short story erotica:
*KATE & BEN, by Mark Stewart, best fantasy short story:
*AUTUMN LEAVES, by Phil Dumas, best tragedy-themed short story:
*ONE MORE WINTER, by Rebecca O’Connor, best women’s fiction short story:
*WINTER THUNDER, by Sylvan Scott, best male-male short story:
Harvey is a forty-four year old university professor who is noticed one day by university student Annalise at a café she often visits. Spirited, bohemian Annalise is immediately taken with the handsome, but virile professor, and takes steps to get to know him better.
Harvey nurses a secret that may prevent his relationship with Annalise from going anywhere, despite the overwhelming charm of the delectable Annalise. Is this true love for Harvey and Annalise, a May-December romance, or just a flirtation that will go nowhere fast, and leave heartache in its wake?
Intelligent, low-key Casey Abbott has watched William Armstrong on his hit TV show Home Shopping Bonanza now for years. She has always loved his zany antics on the show, and likes nothing better than to sit down after midday with a coffee, and catch up on his escapades.
William could be best described as a charming livewire, who takes life as it comes, but always with a humorous grain of salt. Casey notices one day that he is not entirely himself onscreen, and his change in character intrigues her. When this continues, it disturbs her to the point that she seeks out the cheeky, but very married William. Will Casey actually get to see William for real, and discover what may be causing him despair, or, will she fail in her quest to access the truth about William?