Happy Saturday! Just a dab of housekeeping this morning. Many of you know that Rock House Grill is celebrating a 1 year book birthday. The .99 sale is on until April 16th and here’s a universal link to all the online booksellers books2read.com/u/49No0k .
Also there are several rafflecopters going on.
www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/ac49ce0b16/ from my https://booksonthemic.com/ podcast
www.nnlightsbookheaven.com/post/rock-house-grill-a99 ran a book spotlight and here’s the rafflecopter for that www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/92db7750105
Okay, enough about me. You know that making new friends is exciting, but visiting with old friends is satisfying. Today’s guest has been at the campfire before but we love Colleen and are thrilled to have her return. So let’s light the fire and pour some drinks. Sit back and enjoy our conversations. And as always we’d love for you to engage. Drop a comment or ask a question.
Welcome to the campfire, Colleen. What are you hankering for today? The camp fridge is like Hermione Grangers bag. I reach in and pull out whatever I need.
Ha, I’m pulling out the briki, and you’re going to get Greek coffee. It’s a strong brew, served with foam on the top and the grounds at the bottom of the cup. How’s that for hot and thick? Tell us, have you ever camped, or as I call what I do, Glamp. Tell us about your camping trip and While it’s cooking tell us about your adventures. What made it special to you?
Poor guy. But I’m glad you were safe. Snappers and put a hurting on you. But they are so cool with their prehistoric appearance. Tell us about your projects. I know you usually have a lot going on.
Do you have a tagline?
What kind of timelines do you have for working on a project?
It’s time for a weekly shout-out too. Who inspired or helped you get where you are today?
What does literary success look like to you?
Life Hacks for Authors. Do you have any tips, tricks, or anything you specialize in that you would share with others. I’m also interested in how you have been managing your life and writing with COVID-19.
True listening is a gift and a talent. Focusing on what other’s are saying take practice and will. Thank you for sharing that. I think if we all abided to that, our world would be a much better place.
Now the fun questions If they made a movie about your life, what would the title be and who would play you?
What’s your favorite fairy tale?
Favorite childhood book?
What weird talent do you have?
What’s your go-to coffee order?
If you could eat anything in the world right now, what would it be?
No wheat or sugar! And here I was going to ask my husband Pete to make us some of his amazing homemade cinnamon buns. Oh, well how about some veggies?
“Letters and Lies”
by Colleen L. Donnelly
Louise Archer boards a westbound train in St. Louis to find the Kansas homesteader who wooed and proposed to her by correspondence, then jilted her by telegram – Don’t come, I can’t marry you. Giving a false name to hide her humiliation, her lie backfires when a marshal interferes and offers her his seat.
Marshal Everett McCloud intends to verify the woman coming to marry his homesteading friend is suitable. At the St. Louis train station, his plan detours when he offers his seat to a captivating woman whose name thankfully isn’t Louise Archer.
Everett’s plans thwart hers, until he begins to resemble the man she came west to find, and she the woman meant to marry his friend.
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