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:
This is the second preview from BRANDY’S SUMMER IDOL, which is available now for pre-order to readers on Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, I-Tunes, Kobo, and will be released 12 August, 2015 with other bookstores to follow.
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?