Michael is the adopted son of John and Anne Nygaard and loves his life on his parents’ Minnesota farm. Then one day, the unthinkable happened. Michael’s dad collapses and dies and Michael’s mother has no choice but to sell the farm and move to Ackermann, Illinois where a job at her brother’s restaurant is waiting for her.
When they arrive in Ackermann, Michael has a difficult time making friends…
After an affair with Bret, a married man, Rachel Martin wants to get as far away from him as she can. Jake Murray’s love life had just turned topsy turvy not only when his fiance Gabrielle dumps him, but she leaves him without a first mate on his charter cruise boat, The Smyrna Queen. Rachel applies for the job and gets it, but at her first meeting with him, she has made up her mind that her…
My blog friend Cathy over at Between the Lines nominated me for this awesome award. I am humbled by her thoughtfulness and support. If you haven’t visited Cathy’s blog yet, it is time to hop over there and check it out. Thank you Cathy for this nomination, I am truly honored.
The rules require me to
• Display the Award Certificate on your blog.
• Write a post and link back to the blogger that…
Wow! My good friend Stephanie over at S.J. Thomas’s Book Blurbshas nominated me for yet another award! Thank you so much Stephanie; you are awesome! Speaking of awesome, please check out Stephanie’s fantastic blog where you can read some stories on the Killer Thriller page, read about Stephanie AND her furry friends on her About Me pages, and of course on her Book Reviews page there are many…
My friend Morgan at booknvolume.com posted this for me today. It is so beautiful, as is all of her poetry. Please stop by her blog and read more.
Originally posted on booknvolume:
Echoes of a
Fracture in Time,
Indigo Setting in
Kisses Telling More than the
THE MOON SISTERS is a remarkable story of two sisters who are grieving the loss of their mother while their father is drowning his sorrow in vodka. Jazz and her younger sister Olivia can’t seem to stop battling over one thing or another – Jazz’s new job at the funeral home where their mother’s wake took place; Olivia, legally blind, determined to find an ending for their mother’s novel in remote…
In the desert there is no sign that says, Thou shalt not eat stones. - Sufi proverb
(from The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood)
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