Here's to 2021--May it be better than 2020!
Now that the new year is here, hopefully we can all take a collective sigh of relief. Yes, the pandemic is still ongoing, and yes life isn't what it used to be, but if you're reading this, we have made it through a very difficult year and now we can either begin that project we started, read that book we wanted to read, or simply sit back and wait for spring to return. So I am sending you a picture from my garden last year that gives me hope that spring is just around the corner. Drop me a line to let me know what project you are working on. Better yet, send me a jpeg of your book with a blurb so that I can share it with others. Or share a picture of your garden. Or simply let me know how you are doing.
Pressing Beyond

Over the years, I have had the privilege of coming to know many amazing and talented authors as well as people who have expanded to other areas of interest in search of an audience for upcoming books. If you're looking for either career advice or motivational podcasts, Linda Santavicca interviews some really interesting speakers and authors, either here or from across the pond, such as author and speaker, Sheridan Vosey, who talks about turning broken dreams into new beginnings, Austin and Brac Webb, owner of the vertical farming company, Fifth Season, and former NFL star Jon Kolb, who promotes "Adventure In Training With A Purpose". If you would like information on how to create a podcast, or to be included in one of her podcasts, please contact Linda at:
The Great Unraveling
Thanks to everyone who has purchased The Great Unraveling. We have already raised several hundred dollars for DAV to help disabled vets. Who would have guessed that this historical novel about a pandemic would so closely mirror what is going on today? You can purchase any of my books at Amazon Books, Google Books, or Barnes and Nobel. Or direct from my website.
A Thousand Bits of
On a ranch in Wyoming, at the foot of the Tetons, vets come to heal. Beneath starry skies, at the edge of a burbling brook, Kate must help a ruggedly handsome vet named Wyatt save his ranch from an unscrupulous man. But first she must heal her own wounds if she is to save the ranch and find her thousand bits of wonderful.
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