I feel like A Ninja in Time has been out for longer than two years. It was my favorite, so far, to write. I dug into a lot of history books and the Japanese culture as a whole to make it. Loved every minute of it. Fair warning, there is no Happily Ever After. WasContinue reading “#Book #Anniversary: A Ninja in Time”
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#Audiobook is #Live!
A Ninja in Time has gone live! Yes it has been a few days since it actually went live, but that’s because I’ve not been working on my computer, but my tablet and phone. The screens are too small or my brain just doesn’t compute new information on anything but the computer. I’m weird. Upside:Continue reading “#Audiobook is #Live!”
A Ninja in Time #ANIT
Published on May 15, 2019. Description: Wysteria Sakimoto-Johnston has been trained according to the Bushido code her whole life by her father. Wanting to follow in her deceased mother’s footsteps, she decides to travel to Japan in search of Bisha, her parents’ sensei, to be trained in Jujutsu.Her father had failed to mention a coupleContinue reading “A Ninja in Time #ANIT”
#Book #Anniversery: An Author’s Romance
A day or two late, but on January 20, 2018 I published An Author’s Romance! It is one of my favorites and can’t believe it has been three years. Description: Jessabel is a writer that has been experiencing one bad event after another, until she wins a writing contest after drinking her sorrows the nightContinue reading “#Book #Anniversery: An Author’s Romance”
#BookReview: Seized by the Highlander by Fiona Knightingale
1 out of 5 Stars An abused wife is kidnapped by a Highlander. Too short, a few typos, hardly any action or romance. Then the biggest sin of all, the title story is only 3% of the book. I was looking forward to a good long Highland romance and was highly disappointed.
#BookReview: The Highlander’s Sword (Highlander #1) by Amanda Forester
4 Out of 5 Stars A soon-to-be nun is forced to marry a Highlander to strengthen her father’s allies and find out who is trying to kill her family. It was good and fill of tension, but the ending did not live up to the rest of the story.
#BookReview: In A Stranger’s Arms by Deborah Hale
An Author’s Romance #AAR Preview
Rushes of angry foreign words as the priest keeps glancing back at me and Jolene before turning his head back to the man who came to the door. “Jessabel, I don’t like this.” Jolene called to me from the window. I went across the room to her side, “What’s going on?” I looked out and had to grab the edge of a tableContinue reading “An Author’s Romance #AAR Preview”
New Romance #AAR
Jessabel is a writer that has been experiencing one bad event after another, until she wins a writing contest after drinking her sorrows the night before. Along with her sister, she takes her free trip to Scotland and end up in 1501 Scotland. Not the exact trip she had planned. She has no idea howContinue reading “New Romance #AAR”
#BookReview: Loki (Highland Clan Series Book 1) by Keira Montclair 4/5 Stars
Loved it, but about halfway through I began to lose interest. It just seemed like the book should have been split into two but kept going, which is why it took me so long to get through it. Still worth a good read.