#NewYearsSale – Three Days Only!


Because I believe 2018 is going to be a banner year, I’m starting it off with a  bang! No, not fireworks–a sale! All six of my novels will be on sale for the AMAZINGLY LOW PRICE (says she, in her best pitchman’s voice) of $.99 each!

If you’ve been meaning to check out the spooky adventures of Mac, Sarah, and Little Rabbit, now’s your chance to get Books 1, 2, and 3 of the series for a total cost of only $2.97!

And if the eccentric Painter Brothers, the handsome Gunnar Wolfe, the no-nonsense Maggie Devlin, and the New Age power force, Willow Greene are more your cup of tea (Willow would LOVE that reference), you can get Books 1, 2, and 3 of the Riverbend series for the same amount. Just $2.97 for all three books!

However you do it, $.99 a book is a bargain for sure, and probably the last time this offer will roll around until the Fourth of July. Don’t miss out!

Whew. Now I’m tired of blowing whistles and banging drums and talking in a loud, obnoxious car salesman kind of voice. I can do no more. The rest is up to you. Hope you’ll take advantage, but now I have to get busy writing Wake-Robin Ridge Book 4.

Wake-Robin Ridge Book 1
A Boy Named Rabbit: Wake-Robin Ridge Book 2
Harbinger: Wake-Robin Ridge Book 3
Swamp Ghosts: Riverbend Book 1
Finding Hunter: Riverbend Book 2
That Darkest Place: Riverbend Book 3

13 thoughts on “#NewYearsSale – Three Days Only!

  1. Well timed as I just finished reading Swamp Ghosts last night ( writing reviews now ) and already have Finding Hunter. Just ‘That Darkest Place’ to get. Actually I think I made a horrendous mistake on Amazon and called the alligators crocodiles – comes from having Australian visitors for Christmas – it’s all crocodiles there.

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    • Hahahaha. Visitors from your part of the world (and most of Europe, too) call them all crocs, so I’m used to it, even though there is a HUGE difference between the two. I’ll forgive ya. All I care about is that you enjoyed the story. Hope so, and hope you’ll also enjoy the rest of the series, though I warn you going in, there are only so many serial killers in a town as small as Riverbend. 😀 So the next two are definitely more psychological drama, with family tragedies and physical trauma to contend with. But I really enjoyed telling the Painter Brothers’ stories, and can’t wait to see what you think. 😀 And a BIG thank you for leaving a review! ❤ ❤ ❤

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        • Well, you’re in luck, then. The Painter family has a whole host of psychological problems. Enough for two whole books. And Hunter is the poster boy for angsty men everywhere. (There’s a reason the tagline is “Those who march to a different drummer sometimes lose their way.”) 😀 Truthfully, Hunter is my favorite character, because I can’t resist a tortured soul. (In fiction, anyway. In real life, surprisingly, they are not nearly as much fun. 😀 )


    • Thanks, Mary! As the number of people tromping around on my roof gets lower, my ability to concentrate on writing gets larger. 😀 This job should be wrapping up in the next two weeks, and I’m hoping that Tuesday morning will be quiet enough for me to get back to writing. Not sure if I can make my spring publication goal, but I’ll do my best. 😀

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