Well, it’s still cold out there and I am wearing two coats in the house. Crazy huh? But that is farm living in an old Victorian home! I love it here though and wouldn’t have it any other way! 🙂
I wanted to introduce you to the inspiration behind my new book, THE RAINBOW WON’T WAIT, my mother Victoria.
This book was written after I lost my mom to cancer in 2006. It is a tribute to her and is very dear to my heart.
I hope those of you who knew her and those who have only heard me speak of her, will enjoy reading this book.
Her favorite saying was, “The work will wait while you show the child the rainbow, but the rainbow won’t wait while you do the work”…I got a lot of comfort from Ma’s advice over the years and I hope you find comfort here as well. 🙂
THE RAINBOW WON’T WAIT
Now available in eBook on Amazon.com for only $1.99! http://www.amazon.com/The-Rainbow-Wont-Wait-ebook/dp/B006ZE6JIC/ref=sr_1_6?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1326985856&sr=1-6
If you don’t have a Kindle that’s okay! You can go to my author profile and download it right onto your computer for the same price!
Don’t forget my other books too, they might get lonely! My vampire novel, PUNCTURE is still only $2.99 and my other horror novels, DRAGGED INTO DARKNESS, BENEATH THE BATTLEFIELD and KING OF SHADOWS can be purchased for only .99 cents each. Wow! What a deal! :
If you are sweet enough to buy one, could you please be a doll and leave me a review! Thanks! 🙂
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“A person who doubts himself is like a man who would enlist in the ranks of his enemies and bear arms against himself.”
– Alexandre Dumas