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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Egg-Cerpt Exchange with Tina Gayle

Hello Friends,

Thanks for joining me & Tina Gayle today with another Egg-Cerpt Exchange of her book, Youthful Temptations.

First, a little about Tina in her own words......

Growing up, I didn't know what I wanted to be. Once when someone asked me about my dream job, I said I wanted to be a pretender. That's why writing is the perfect job for me, because it allows me the flexablity to become a new person in every book.When not writing, I enjoy spending time with my family and traveling around the country. I haven't hit every state yet, but hoping to some day.

Find out more about Tina and her books by visiting her website!

A widow with two grown children, Linda Clayton is ready to let loose and have some fun. Jilted at a party, she met a younger man, Vaughn Reagan. He has an active imagination and allures her into his life by tempting her with seductive games.

Vaughn is thrilled to find a woman who doesn’t want children. He offers Linda a job so he can spend his days with her. Now, if he could only convince her to forget their age difference and enjoy the nights in his arms.

 Excerpt: "Damn it, why can’t he ever be home when I need him?" She turned and glared at Vaughn. "Who are you, and what do you want? I’m telling you, I’m not in the mood to put up with anything at the moment."

The light streaming through the patio doors showed the angry set of her mouth and the heated look in her eyes. The red flush of her face displayed her irritation. He wondered if it’d deepen to the same crimson shade when she was excited. A faint light flashed.. She snapped her cell phone shut indicating she’d been trying to call someone.

Not surprised by her reaction to him interrupting her, Vaughn raised his hands to show her he meant no harm. "Can’t say I blame you with the way Philip treated you. He can be a real prick at times, especially if you’re balking at his current pet project."

"And exactly why does he hanker for a wife and a child?" She pointed her cell phone at Vaughn’s chest. "Because I’ll tell you, marrying a woman just to produce kids is a really bad idea."

"I couldn’t agree with you more." Vaughn stepped forward and held out his hand. He craved her touch and the sensation of the fast beat of her pulse against his fingers. "By the way, I’m Vaughn Reagan. Philip introduced us at the start of the evening."

Her forehead wrinkled, and she tilted her head slightly to the right.

Vaughn added Philip’s earlier description. "I’m the computer nerd who works at home and never gets out."

"Oh, yeah, shows you what a total idiot he is." She shifted her phone to her other hand.

She closed her cold fingers around his, and their palms touched briefly. The image of her hand stroking other parts of his body teased his mind with erotic possibilities. He released his grip and reminded himself to take it slow. Six months marked a long enough dry spell to suffer without a date.

"My son is working on his degree in computer science," she added and slipped her hand from his. "And even though he doesn’t travel much, he’s brilliant.. He surfs the Net and learns all sorts of useful facts. Knows more about the world than anyone I’ve ever met."

"Yes, well, the Web can be a lonely place. Chat rooms and cybersex don’t provide much of a physical connection." His words registered. At the same time, she jerked back with a shocked look on her face. "I mean . . ."

She shook her head, her full lips quirking into a grin. "I know what you mean." Her gaze shifted to the people still inside the house. "But sometimes I think companionship is overrated."

"No, there are jerks everywhere." He crowded closer and pointed to her phone. "But I can’t blame you for wanting to leave. Bill and Karen are nice neighbors, but some of their friends are less than polite."

"So you live around here, too?"

"Next door." He pointed over her right shoulder. She turned, and her arm brushed his shirt.

A sweet fragrance tickled his senses, almost the same scent as fresh-baked cookies. He drew in a deeper breath and identified the alluring scent.

Vanilla. His mouth watered for a taste.

She glanced back over her shoulder. The sexy pose plunged his heart into overdrive. "That really is close."

"Yes, and it provides an easy way to escape the boring company of fools." He forced himself to step around her and held out his hand. "Why don’t you run away with me?"

Her hair caught by the wind blew across her face and blocked his ability to read her expression.

She shoved the silky auburn strands out of her eyes and frowned. "That’s not a very good idea. I don’t even know you."

"Yes, but are you sure you’d like to return to the party?" He read the answer on her face. The light from the sliding glass door lit the frown forming on her lips and the subtle narrowing of her eyes.

The notion of her going home with him caused excitement to race through him, and he tried to remember if the place appeared presentable.

"No, but if forced to choose between the devil I know and the devil I don’t . . ." She strolled forward and laid her hands in his. "I guess you win."

"Good, you won’t regret it."

Whew! Hot, hot! Youthful Temptations, ISBN: 978-1-935348-54-2 is available for purchase now at Amira Press.

If you have a minute run over to White Roses in Bloom Blog and check out the special guests on virtual book tour over there today!

Well that's about it for today, Friends. We're four days away from Resurrection Sunday, Lent is nearly over and Easter is right around the corner - I have one question for you.... It's Easter, what have you done?

Hope to see you Saturday for our Spotlight on Emma Lai!

Until later, take care & Be Blessed!

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Saturday Spotlight ~ Amber Leigh Williams!

Good Morning Friends!
Today is my Angel Girl's birthday - she is SIX years old! Seems like just yesterday she was cuddled up on her Paw Paw's chest and they were both sound asleep in the recliner!

My how time flies.

Today's Saturday Spotlight is on Amber Leigh Williams and her book, Bluest Heart of TWRP's Wayback Series  But first, a little about Amber.....

Amber Leigh Williams is a multi-published romance author, PRO Liaison and former Secretary of the Gulf Coast Chapter of Romance Writers of America and monthly contributor to Romance Writers United's "Write Right" newsletter. Her western romance, Blackest Heart, was the 1st Place More Than Magic Novella of 2009 and her historical romance, Forever Amore, received the top rating, "Best Book," at Long & Short Reviews. She lives on the Gulf Coast of Alabama with her husband and three labs. Learn more about her stories on the web at http://www.amberleighwilliams.com/!

The Wayback bachelor is a dying breed, but that doesn't stop Casey Ridge from wanting to settle down. For this cowboy anyone but Josie Brusky would be an easy wrangle. Unfortunately for him, the Blue Bug singer and owner of Josie's Treasures doesn't believe in commitment much less marriage.

Years ago, Josie lost her heart to Casey's charm and dimpled smile. Since then she has done everything she knows to forget him. After all, she’s known as the local harlot and the daughter of the town’s biggest bigot. Casey could have any girl he wanted. Why would he saddle himself with her? In the wake of a shattering past, she refuses to give up her independence.

Casey digs down deep to win her over, but does he have what it takes to win Wayback's bluest heart? *Anticipated sequel to Blackest Heart - 1st Place More Than Magic Novella (2009)*

Excerpt: "You remember that night behind the stable?"

She let out a small, throaty laugh. "Seems like forever ago, but yeah. Your hair was a lot longer then."

"Yours, too." He could remember it curtaining their faces, the tips of silky, red curls tickling his cheeks. Tracing the line of pearly buttons from the hem of her midnight blue blouse to the open neck-line, he touched the teardrop-shaped pearl on the thin gold chain around her neck which reminded him of the moon that night. "You were my first."

She lifted her gaze to his. Tenderness warred with uncertainty in the whiskey-colored depths. "Me, too."

His heart pattered at the memory. "I always liked that about us."

She nodded, frowning. "I was crazy about you."

The tip of his thumb traced the bottom edge of her lip. "So why didn’t it last?"

She looked beyond him, remembering. "Because however much I wanted to be with you, I knew I would be leaving the first chance I got. I wasn’t going to let anything or anyone stand in my way."

"You figured I would?"

"Casey, we were so young," she told him. "Who knows what you or I would’ve done?"

He paused, running a hand over her hair. "Just for the record," he murmured, lips brushing her cheek, "I would’ve let you go."

She sighed, reaching up to clutch his upper arm. The muscle under her hand and his sleeve warmed. "Why hasn’t anyone snatched you up yet?"

"Because you’re the only one I ever wanted, Josie," he told her, cupping her chin in his hand to look her in the eyes as he said it. "The only one."

Along with Amber's other titles, Bluest Heart is available now from The Wild Rose Press!

Don't 'cha just LOVE cowboy romances!

That wraps up another Saturday Spotlight.

See ya next week!


Thursday, March 25, 2010

Good News!

Feels like forever since I've been able to say those words...  "Good news!"

Sounds wonderful doesn't it?

Anyway, thought I'd pop in and let you all know I received a contract for my short story, The Gift from White Rose Publishing!

Will keep you posted as we go through edits, get a cover and release date approaches.

IMW.... Take care, be BLESSED and remember...God so loved the world that He gave us His best gift - Jesus.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Saturday Spotlight - David Murdoch

Hello Friends,

Today's spotlight is on David Murdoch and his book, Ana Markovic.

David Murdoch is a convert to Roman Catholicism and a native of Toronto, Canada. He grew up in a liberal protestant tradition that he drifted away from as a teenager and embraced catholicism when he discovered it as a young adult at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. He began writing Ana Markovic while he was at university and finished it soon after graduation. He wrote the book out of a need he felt to share the gifts and graces God has given him with others. He has also written a theological book called 'The Knowledge of Good and Evil' that deals with human sinfulness and judgment.

David is 23 years old, and is currently training to be a teacher. He prays and trusts in the Spirit's guidance to lead him wherever he is called to go in the life that is before him. In the photo with David is his mother and they are standing in the ruin of one of king Herod's palaces in the modern-day West Bank.

Emerging from an alcohol-poisoned sleep that should have left her dead on the streets of Toronto, Ana Markovic slowly began to remember a dream that she had while unconscious. She hadn't always been homless. Once, she had a home and a family, but she lost this as a result of alcoholism and her own misguided will. She had abandoned her family to live on the streets in a perpetual state of self-hate.

Ana no longer seemed to matter to anyone including herself, but she was not forgotten in the eyes of God. One night she had drunk herself to a point that should have killed her, but while she awaited death, St Michael the Archangel appeared to her in a dream explaining to her how important she was in the eyes of God and urging her to accept this.

A long discussion took place between the two, which was joined at times by demons, the Lord Jesus Christ and all of the saints. Through the discussion and arguments over the life of this seemingly insignificant homeless woman, there is revealed the indescribable meaning, the struggle for salvation, and the redemption God's love offers every human being.

They found themselves on a hot grassland with the sun high in the air and gazelles jumping through the fields. A man was there. He was dark-skinned, with a scruffy beard of black hair on his face, and he was singing verses of a song in a language that is unknown on this earth. Annie could have mistaken him by appearance, for a member of the Somali community in Toronto except for the fact that he was completely naked.

“Annie, meet Adam,” Mick said, “He can’t see us, but we can see him.”

Annie opened her mouth in disbelief, “So there really was an Adam then?”

Mick said, “Yes, and this is him. Now do you know what makes Adam different from all the other creatures in the garden?”

Annie said, “You mean he is a human?”

Mick said, “Yes, but why are humans different from every creature. Why is it that humans are special in a way that other animals are not? Why is it that the demons are wrong when they say that the humans are just meaningless apes? What is different about them?”

Annie said, “They are smart, they are intelligent?”

Mick said, “Not true. There are other animals that have intelligence, elephants have a brain that is larger than humans, and dolphins are self-aware. Besides that, a person could build a machine that is capable of doing many things that a human brain could not.”

“They make tools, they have technology?”

“Not true. Chimpanzees make and use tools, great apes use tools.”

“They have civilization?”

“Look at your feet Annie” (there was an anthill next to her) “Is that not a civilization? It is an organized colony with castes, territory and social structure.”

“Humans have emotion? They smile and frown?”

“Many creatures possess emotion and use gestures to display how they are feeling.”

“Humans do evil and good. They possess free will. They know what love is.”

Mick said, “Humans are made in the image of God. Unlike all creatures upon this earth, humanity is the only kind made in God’s own image and likeness. That is why they are special. You could make a machine, a ‘cyborg’ which possessed many of the traits and abilities that a human being possessed, with enough technology and it could even surpass humanity’s weak flesh in many ways, but you could never create another creature in God’s image.”

Ana Markovic can be purchased at Amazon and has received good reviews there.
Well Friends, hope you enjoyed another edition of Saturday Spotlight!

See you next week.

Until then...take care and be BLESSED!

Wednesday, March 17, 2010


Hey Friends,

I'm clueless as to what to blog about today so I just wanted to pop in and say "Hi" and how I pray BLESSINGS over each and every one of you and yours!

Today is St. Patrick's day - are you wearing green? :-)

Not a whole lot happening in my life/writing. Still keeping up the 3 articles a month for Associated Content and today picked up dictation for 1 local doctor - hopefully that'll work out well too. Promotion for PPS is going well and they've included my book The Inheritance in their Featured Author widget - check it out!

Oh, speaking of The Inheritance, check out my new banner!

Isn't it beautiful?

This banner will be up at LASR for 2 months beginning in April - I got blessed with a great deal for an ad there and the price included creating this - I love it!

Still unable to concentrate much on romance writing nor have I been as successful as I'd hoped in getting my books into libraries & setting up speaking engagments - felt like God called me to not do that or worry over that for now so....just spending a lot of time with HIM and trying to settle into some kind of routine at home.

Funny how the best thought-out plans seem to go awry....always something to distract - LOL!

Well that's about all on this end. Easter is barrelling down on us - hope you're all ready with lots of chocolate bunnies and colored eggs, but let's not forget the REAL reason for the Season - the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!

Speaking of which, check out the beautiful Easter Posts at White Roses in Bloom blog and the new releases from White Rose Publishing.

Until later....take care, be BLESSED and remember - God has set YOU apart for an Inheritance!

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Saturday Spotlight - Martha Ramirez

Good Saturday Morning Friends!

Here's hoping you had a Blessed week and that you enjoyed PPS's first Virtual Book Blast guest.

Today I'm spotlighting Martha Ramirez and her book, Gonzo the Curious Cat.

Bio: Martha Ramirez has enjoyed writing stories, poetry, and drawing since childhood. Her first children's book entitled The Fabulous Adventures of Fred the Frog was created and inspired by the curiosity and fascination her toddler has with books. Writing continues to be her passion as she strives to create stories children will love as well as learn from. She is a reviewer for Bookpleasures and a member of the Muse Conference Board, CataNetwork Readers, American Author's Association, and CWGI (Christian Writers Group International). She has written articles for Hot Moms Club, Vision, and For Her Information (FHI) magazine. The author is looking forward to starting new projects and is excited to write in a new genre. She resides with her husband and son in Northern California where she is currently at work on a new series to her debut novel. Visit Martha's Website at: http://www.martzbookz.com/ or her blog at: http://www.martzbookz.blogspot.com/

Gonzo is a curious cat that lives on Farmer Louie's farm. As he learns the many lessons of life by his misadventures he is often reminded of Farmer Louie's motto, "Safety First." But when Gonzo finds himself lost in annunfamiliar place, he discovers the true meaning of why it is important to be extra careful and less curious. Will Gonzo find the special gift he is searching for while he is lost?

Come join the fun and meet all the playful barnyard friends, Gonzo the Curious Cat, and Farmer Louie.

Learn what friendship and safety can bring.

Available Now at Amazon and CreateSpace

Sounds like a cute book.

I had a curious cat once, named him Nosey LOL!

Well folks, that wraps up this week's edition of Saturday Spotlight. Hope to see you next week....same time, same place. :-)

Until then.... Be Blessed!

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Virtual Book Blast Guest - Deborah McCarragher

Good Morning Friends!
Today marks the first of what I hope to be many special guests to come with PPS's virtual book blast!

Today's guest is Deborah McCarragher with her book, Mission Possible, Spiritual Covering.

Deborah began her journey of creative writing soon after coming to know Jesus Christ as her personal Savoir in 1989. She uses her spiritual gifts of encouragement and teaching in her home church. She also enjoys in-depth bible study in her personal time and is a small business owner of over twenty years. Her primary goal is to share her personal testimony with others while bringing hope and practical help through her books. She and her husband reside in north Florida.
Find out more about Deborah by visiting her website and

Mission Possible is a unique book in the Christian marketplace. It addresses a subject that is often overlooked and misunderstood. It is a candid look at my struggles and quest to reach my husband for Christ. I became a believer seven years into our marriage. It is written as I have lived it, and applies scripture and biblical context to each chapter. Mission Possible was nominated for Christian Small Publisher’s Assoc. Book of the Year Award for 2009.

Mission Possible is available is available through Deborah's website & from several other online retailers such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble. It can also be ordered at any Christian bookstore through Ingram. It is also available as an audio book on CD, as an EBook, and as a downloadable MP-3 version.

Myebook - MISSION POSSIBLE - Spiritual Covering - click here to open my ebook
Click above to read an excerpt of Mission Possible, Spiritual Covering!

Jo-Anne Vandermeulen Interviews Author Deborah McCarragher

What inspired you to craft this quite insightful volume?  I was involved with a local intercessory prayer group at the time, and was prompted by God during prayer to write down what He was conveying to me about my husband and his salvation. It was quite literally written while inspired, and without much effort on my part. I typed on the computer as He led me to bible verses and topics to talk about. I remember writing down the names of the (7) chapters during prayer time on a tablet, just looking at them afterwards in awe. It was quite a moving experience.

The book is anchored strongly in sound scriptural support. Did you perform much research prior to putting it together?  Yes I did, however, I was also fortunate to be part of an inter-denominational comprehensive bible study (BSF - Bible Study Fellowship) for seven years which gave me much of my bible study background as a new believer. As I wrote the book, God would lead me to a verse I was familiar with, or I would read something that day that would remind me of something I had studied earlier. Practical application was always prompted by the Lord in my prayer and devotional time.

What primary advice do you have for women who are married to "non-believing" husbands?  I think the most important advice is to have faith in Who God Is and His sovereignty. We can't "pre-package" our spouse's conversion experience, and God will always do what will bring Him the "most glory". We also have to remember that we don't wrestle against flesh and blood. Our spouse (if unsaved) isn't governed by God's Spirit - so we have to release them from that accountability. We must have faith that rests in God and not in our own understanding. We must not rely on what we see, but what is unseen.

Have you had the opportunity to share the book with church groups or congregations?  I have shared at my home church in ladies bible study groups and Sunday school classes briefly, but not in a large forum yet. I plan on contacting local churches and introducing myself and my book to women's ministry leaders this year. I want to share my personal testimony with others and bring hope and encouragement to women who are hurting and frustrated.

What kinds of reactions has the book generated thus far?  I have had great reaction to my little book. Some women love it because it is not lengthy, and they can read it quickly - yet refer back to it over & over again. One woman emailed me a testimony that she was nearly ready to leave her husband, but after reading the book, felt that God was leading her to give her marriage another try. That was very humbling and gratifying for me. I just want to help women see that there is an alternative to being miserable in an unequally yoked marriage.

What's the main message that you'd like readers to take away from it?  I would love readers to discover that God has a plan for each marriage that is in spiritual disunity. It involves us, but it is always done HIS WAY! I want readers to know that it is a process that evolves over time, that we must not put God in a “box”, but give Him room to move in our spouse's life. They need to know that because we are not perfect and continue to sin, that Satan will try to discourage and influence us to believe that our "mission" is not possible - but with God, all things are possible!

Please share more with us about your publishing company, Alabaster Box Publishing. I formed my company, Alabaster Box Publishing Inc. so I could self-publish my book Mission Possible. My company's mission is to minister to women who are married to men that don't share their passion for Jesus. My Mission Statement on my website says my goal is to: ENCOURAGE women through scripture to believe in God's Word to transform their husbands; TEACH women, by using the principles in this book, through mentoring and discipling, in the Lord; CHALLENGE women to "get out of their comfort zones" as they minister to their spouses as unto the Lord; and REACH women for Jesus who are searching for answers when their marriages just don't add up . My company's motto is "Books to stir your mind, and stretch your soul!"

What's next for you?  I am working on another book that is completely different from my first book. It is titled Trees of the Bible - A Spiritual Journey. It will feature various trees in scripture and talk about their significance in the Bible. It features their Hebrew name and their scientific designation. There is an excerpt on my website.

Any final thoughts you'd like to share?  I’d like them to know that I understand how difficult it is to be married to a spouse who doesn't share your love and devotion to the Lord Jesus. I, like many of my readers, get frustrated and disillusioned, but I know God has perfect timing and our best interest at heart. He wants our spouses to come to a saving knowledge of Him and embrace a future together that brings glory to Him.

Sounds like a beautiful book!

Well Friends, that wraps up the first Virtual Book Blast guest. Join Deborah and PPS Thursday on Facebook and then Friday for the celebration on our Yahoo Chat Loop!

Until later....take care and Be Blessed.
Pamela S Thibodeaux
"Inspirational with an Edge!" TM

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Saturday Spotlight - JoAnn Carter

Good Morning Friends!

Well it's March - wonder if that means Spring is just around the corner? I sure hope so cause I am SO T-I-R-E-D of the cold and rain!

Of course, Spring usually brings it's own share of rain to our area - uuuggghhh! I hope we can skip right through that and bring on the sunshine and heat of Summer.

I know, probably be complaining then that it's TOO hot LOL!

Today's guest is fellow White Rose author JoAnn Carter with her book, Smuggler of the Heart
JoAnn Carter lives in Vermont with her wonderful husband of 17 years, four children and Ginger, the best dog in the world. She enjoys being with her family & friends, writing, reading, and cooking. In the past JoAnn has worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse, and as a substitute teacher. This year however, she is at home, to home school one of her children.

JoAnn is available for speaking engagements to book clubs, reader groups, library groups, women's ministry events, school events and church retreats. To contact her, please write jo.glenncarter@yahoo.com

Disheartened and tired, Samantha Warren returns to Vermont during the winter break. Her passion for history rekindles after finding an old smuggler’s chest hidden in her grandparents' attic. Will she be able to return to New Jersey without her heart being smuggled like the chest once was? Or is it already too late?

Excerpt: © 2009 by JoAnn Carter

“Follow me.” Tim laid out a blanket, sat down, and patted the place beside him. Samantha joined him. The lights from the sleigh cast a dim, romantic shadow over their blanket. “I have something for you.” Tim unzipped his backpack and low and behold, there was the chest.

“What…what are you doing with that?”

“Your grandmother gave it to me.”

“Do you…do you know the story?”

His eyes sparkled. “I do. I couldn’t let you go again without you realizing what you mean to me.” Tim held it out to her. “Here, open it.”

It couldn’t be a ring. We hardly know each other anymore. He’s going to be a youth pastor now, and yet it feels as if we never were apart.

She inched the chest up; half hoping it was a ring and half not. Inside a letter rested upon a pile of silk cloth.

Tim smiled. “Disappointed?”

“What is it?”

“Just something for you to take back to New Jersey.”

It was as if the clock struck midnight and her carriage was now a pumpkin. The reality of life reared its ugly head. Yes, back to New Jersey.

Buy Smuggler of the Heart Here!

Well folks, that wraps up the first Saturday Spotlight for March 2010. Stay tuned next week for another author and book.

Don't Forget! Wednesday (March 10th) I'll be hosting PPS's first Virtual Book Blast with Deborah McCarragher and her book, Mission Possible, Spiritual Covering. I hope you'll join us for this exciting event. Be sure and join our Face Book Group, Good Reads Group and Yahoo Loop so that you can chat with the author and be eligible to win prizes!

Hope to see you all there.

Until later....take care and Be Blessed!

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Two Months

Hello Friends,

Well we're two months into the new year - actually three if you consider today is March 3rd. Anyway, thought I'd take a moment to fill you in on how things are working out for me in my new venture of staying home.

If you read my last post on the subject, you'll see January was a busy, busy month for me. February was a bit slower. I did complete and submit the short story I was working on and honor my commitment of 3 articles on Business/Finance for Associated Content, but as far as my writing goals, I haven't done near what I thought I would. Part of the reason is distractions, the other is that I'm spending more time with God and He has me slowing down to listen, absorb what I'm reading in bible study and other inspirational books, and mainly, draw close to Him & have Him draw close to me.

During this most romantic month of the year I've fallen more deeply in love with the Lover of my soul, my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and allowing Him to heal (and fill) my heart as only He can. I still have bad days, some R-E-A-L-L-Y bad ones, but thankfully not as often as those first few weeks after Terry left to be with the Lord.

Sometimes I envy him so.

As you can see, I've implemented a "Schedule of Events" in the side bar so you can keep up with where I may be promoting. Today I'm over at Author Culture talking about the main subject on everyone's mind this time of year - Taxes. Tuesday (9th) I'm headed over to Beaumont, Texas to speak at the Golden Triangle Writer's Guild monthly meeting and on the 10th I'm a guest on Tina Gayle's blog with another egg-cerpt exchange. I'll add and subtract things from this schedule as they come up.

Don't Forget! Next week (March 10th) I'll be hosting PPS's first Virtual Book Blast with Deborah McCarragher and her book, Mission Possible, Spiritual Covering. I hope you'll join us for this exciting event. Be sure and join our Face Book Group, Good Reads Group and Yahoo Loop so that you can chat with the author and be eligible to win prizes!

Well folks, that's about it on my end! I hope this day finds you healthy and happy and working steadily toward your goals!

Until later....take care, Be Blessed and remember....Only when hearts are tempered, minds are open and wills are softened can you discern the will of God for your life.

Tempered Hearts is available now in Ebook and print ~ Check my website for special discounted prices on All of my books!