The last thing Search and Rescue helicopter pilot Kacey Fairing needs upon returning home to Mercy Falls, Montana is to run into her mistakes. After a devastating crash during her recent military tour in Afghanistan she emotionally broken but ready to start putting her life back together. She just wants to reconnect with her teenage daughter and spend the summer working as the new lead pilot of PEAK Rescue in Glacier National Park.
Every once in a while, as a writer, you get to hang out with other authors…in a book collection! I was super excited when a few of my friends got together and invited me to be a part of their “Much Ado about Love” collection–6 awesome full-length stories for only…wait for it…99¢!
From a Russian FSB agent protecting a woman on the run from a killer,
Thank you to my friend Emily Ann Peterson for this beautiful pin!
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I just love Susan May Warren’s reader friend Renee Smith who is a fantastic Pin-maker!! Check out this fun pin she made from a quote from Evergreen…and follow it to her review. Thank you Renee!
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Hey! Ingrid here, and while I was surfing Pinterest, I found some fantastic Pins from some of my friends in the reading world!
Thank you Heidi Robbins for this inspiring pin!
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I thought it might help aspiring writers to see a quick summary of the common mistakes I’m seeing as I look at entries and talk to authors looking to get published. So here they are, in no particular order.
- Not starting the story with a compelling situation.
Outside, the wind howled, the thermometer dropping to a bracing negative nine degrees as I waited for Sally to arrive for our Monday Morning conversation. I had hoped she’d found a story question as she thought about the themes of her story. Ironically, I’d been thinking about printing services orange county and my new book,
Thank you again, dear readers, for supporting my books and my writing! Without your support, I would not be the author I am today, and my book Take a Chance on Me would not have received a Christy Award. Check out this interview I did after this year’s Christy Awards ceremonies:
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Congratulations to the winner of my When I Fall in Love KitchenAid giveaway and Hawaiian chef showdown, Megan Besing! Megan, you’ve won a KitchenAid mixer, books 1–3 of the Christiansen Family series, Melissa Ringstaff’s Kitchen Planner, and Jackie Brown’s Freezer Inventory sheet! Please email your mailing address to my assistant,
It’s 7:00 pm. I’m holed up in my office, tapping away at the computer, wrestling out a new scene. In this one, my hero and heroine are preparing dinner. Pad Thai. With noodles and shrimp, bean sprouts and eggs. I can nearly taste it.
Except, I can’t really because no one is in the kitchen at my house,