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Author Spotlight: Me Again with News and a Giveaway

Cathy Shouse and Latesha, you are my winners! I’ll get an e-book copy of Falling for the Doctor to both of you!

I don’t have my usual guest today. I think everyone is recovering from the holidays and trying to get started on 2023, just as I am. But I got some good news from my amazing publisher, Tule Publishing. Some pre-order links for Home to River’s Edge are up!

I’m so very excited about this new series–The Weaver Sisters. They’ve have been rambling around in my head since I wrote Max Lange’s storyand they keep whispering, “Tell our stories, please!” So I did and I am (Books 1 and 2 are in production and Book 3 is nearly written). The first book is Jasmine Weaver’s story, and I do so hope you all fall in love with Jazz and her guy, Eli Walker, as I did.

Giveaway! I’ve got a couple of ebook copies of Falling for the Doctor for two lucky commenters. Just tell me in the comments below how your new year is starting out–how’s it going so far? I’ll draw winners on Saturday morning. 

Home to River’s Edge

She’s determined to start a new chapter, so why is she still drawn to a man from her past?

When Jasmine Weaver, the chief of staff to a powerful D.C. congresswoman, chose integrity, she didn’t anticipate ringing in the New Year disgraced, unemployed, and sleeping in her childhood bedroom. Now back in River’s Edge, Indiana, identical triplet Jazz has her sisters’ support while she plans her next steps. She agrees to lead the committee for their high school’s fifteenth reunion, never dreaming that her co-chair is the man who broke her teenage heart.

As the new CEO of Walker Construction, Elias Walker has taken the family business to new levels of success. He’s buried himself in work to ease the grief of losing his fiancé several years earlier and wants nothing more than to be a carpenter again. Elias grudgingly agrees to co-chair the high school’s reunion committee, but when Jazz Weaver blows into town, suddenly anything seems possible.

These high school sweethearts have lived half their lives apart. Can they reinvent themselves back in the town where it all began?

Amazon | Apple Books | Kobo | Tule Bookstore

**Quick note to anyone who wants a read-and-review digital copy, the book will be up on BookSprout soon. I’ll let y’all know when it’s available there. If you aren’t on my review team and would like to be, click here and sign up! I’d love to have you join us!

I wish you well for the rest of the week and I’ll be here with a Sunday Snippet and two great Author Spotlights next week!  I may not say this enough, but I’m very grateful for all of you who come by and check out the blog and stop to comment. Y’all are so welcome here! I hope you’ll click the Subscribe button to receive emails when I’ve posted news or a new blog, drop by often, and let’s keep in touch, okay?


    • Nan

      Cathy! Hi!! So glad you stopped by! I’m enjoying being in River’s Edge again–discovering new stories and keeping up with the characters who are already there. Hope to see you this summer! I’ll be at the winery at some point once we get the cottage opened up. Hugs!

  • Patricia Barraclough

    2022 ended with power blackouts and our county’s water system going down due to broken water pipes the day after Christmas. We got it back in time for New Year’s Eve. That was a good way to start the new year. We have are dealing with one family crisis and spent half the time at doctors’ offices. It looks like some health issues will finally get straightened out. My husband and I are talking about finally traveling again. We are both Red Cross disaster volunteers and sadly this is a busy time for home fires. That is keeping us busy. It is so sad to see people having to start their year losing everything they have. RC has volunteers on the border, in Florida, and soon we will likely be sending some to California. All around not a good way to start a year. We are doing pretty well.

    • Nan

      Patricia, health issues seem to be everywhere right now. I’m glad that some of yours are straightening out. Traveling is on my agenda for 2023 as soon as I get the all-clear from the cardiologist. Stay well and safe, okay? Hugs!

  • Debra Pruss

    Nan, I am trying to be positive, but it has been challenging. My Mom is in Hospice care and declining. We went to see her today. I do not even think she knew me or that I was there. She is hardly eating. I did get her to drink some water for me.

    I did get a late Christmas gift. My electric wheelchair has finally arrived. It has taken over a year and a half.

    Thank you so much for sharing. God bless you.

    • Nan

      Aw, Debra, I’m so very sorry to hear about your mom…I’m sending light and angel wings your way. So glad the electric wheelchair arrived–wonderful news! Hugs and blessings to you, too, sweetie!

  • Roseann McGrath Brooks

    Looking forward to the Weaver sisters’ stories. I like commenter William’s attitude, and I hope I can look at life in 2023 as positively as he does. No need to put my name in the running as I already have a copy of Falling for the Doctor, one of my favorites!

  • Latesha B.

    The new year seems to be going by in a blur. Can’t believe we are already 1/3 of the way done with the month. Thank you for the blurb. This series sounds like it will be good.

    • Nan

      So feeling you, Latesha! January is zipping by and my deadline for Book 3 in the Weaver Sisters trilogy is looming! I hope you will enjoy the Weavers–I’ve had fun with them. Hugs!!

    • Nan

      You are always a blessing here, William! Thank you for your prayers and support–it means more than I can say! I hope 2023 blesses you all year long!

  • Valri Western

    Nan, yes, please let me know when your book is up and available on Booksprout! For some reason, I haven’t been getting notices from them lately when books are up so I will need a head’s up from you! Thanks! Can’t wait to start the Weavers story!!!