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I'm most recently a writer.  In the six plus decades of my life, I've been a wife, mother, grandmother, Jill of all trades though mistress of but a few, and most of the time pretty content with my lot.  As a much younger person, I believed I was called to write, but life and living distracted me for most of those decades.  An unwilling transplant from the South,  twenty years ago I unintentionally landed in the geographical center of the US.  Writing came about in part due to the unwillingness, I expect.  When caring for family, gardening, and renovating a century-old house failed to provide sufficient creative outlets, I turned to the one thing I always intended to do.  Eight titles later, I'm grateful I found myself while Lost in the Plains!

Monday, May 23, 2016

All That Glitters--the Ebook --Update!!

I have exciting news! Remember that serial I posted here for 40 plus weeks? Well, as of today you can read the entire novella as an ebook! I even gave it a spruced up cover and added a word or two to the original. If you read it here on the blog, I'd love for you to go to Amazon and post a short review. If you were waiting to read the whole story once it was complete, now's the time! Here's the link, and thanks so much for following me here on Lost in the Plains! 
 All That Glitters is also available from Smashwords!!  https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/643996
Max Evans is at the top. Labeled the Blonde Adonis, he’s idolized by millions around the world for his golden voice and his blonde good looks. He might be every woman’s dream, but for rising TV journalist Lucinda Cramer, he’s a troublesome glitch in her already complicated schedule. Filming a documentary about a pop idol on tour is hardly the kind of hard hitting assignment Lucy longs for, and the timing of the job couldn’t be worse. With her private life full of responsibilities and the shadow of a past tragedy looming over her family, the last thing she has time for is trailing after a pampered celebrity.  
Two weeks on a tour bus is plenty of time for Lucy and Max to discover that first impressions can’t always be trusted and second chances are never too late.