Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Bittersweet is now Published!

I am proud to say you can now download Bittersweet from amazonkindle!  It was a daunting task but I think I figured it all out.  You do not need to have a kindle to download the book.  When you purchase Bittersweet amazon offers free apps for any of your reading devices, ipad, blackberry, droid, etc...  I am so excited for all of you who have been asking to read it to finally be able to read it.  I would appreciate it if you shared this link with others, and, even if you could give the book a 'good' or at least 'nice' review.  Happy reading! Click here to buy your copy of Bittersweet for romantics every where like me!

Monday, May 21, 2012

Bittersweet Cover

Had my good friend help me today.  We went out into the field by our neighborhood and took a bunch of photos.  I took the pictures and she posed.  All our kids sat in the mini van at this dead end street wondering what thier crazy moms where doing this time. It's okay we cracked the windows and gave them plenty of water. It was fun and quick.  So I don't think we tortured the kids too much this time.

  Thanks to photo shop we whipped up this cover for Bittersweet! I love it!  I hope the wasatch mountains can pass for the Rockies, because the story takes place in Colorado. 

Friday, May 4, 2012

Query for Bittersweet

I have had so many ask me if they can read my writing.  Most of my friends and family know that the stories in my head consume me. So... I am working on self publishing my most finished of all my books.  Bittersweet.    I have to admit this is hard for me.  It is like placing my heart, a piece of me, out on the alter so others can look at it.  But I love to see the reaction of those who have read it and love it.  So what the heck.  It still needs a little work. But I can promise  that it will be soon.  This is the short blurp.  Like the one that would go on the back of the book.

*In the year 1871 the presumptuous Miss Bethany Swenson would have never imagined that by simply writing in her journal, as her mother always nagged her to do, might just be the key in snaring the man she has been obsessing over since she first set foot in the newly established town of Denver.   Finally, she yields to her pride deciding that the best thing to do is to write down all her stirring feelings and experiences, for she dares not share them with anyone.  While writing in her journal Bethany sheepishly pen’s down clues that aid in unraveling a mysterious murder which occurred long before.   It doesn’t seem to hurt that Bethany may be slowly winning over the mysterious James O’Brien with her sugary confections as well.  What a whirlwind life in Denver has been for Bethany, one of the four beautiful daughters of the town’s only banker.  Bethany is quickly learning that living in the untamed territory of Colorado can indeed be bittersweet.