Thursday, May 1, 2014

May Day Book Party

It's Time to Party!
hosted by Marketing for Romance Writers (#MFRWorg)

JOIN ME & over a dozen other authors as we share excerpts from our contemporary romances. Get ideas for some new books to enjoy this spring. With all heat levels represented, there's something for everyone. Join in on the hourly contests and win prizes. This is a party you do not want to miss and it's going on all day on May 1st.

I AM HOSTING at two times, so I hope to see you from 2 to 3 pm and/or 9 to 10 pm!

Confirmed Participating Authors INCLUDE:
Victoria Barbour - Vicki Batman - Paloma Beck - Gemma Brocato - Candy Caine - Lisa Carlisle - Carly Carson - Margie Church - Karen Cino - Wendy Lynn Clark - Margo Bond Collins - Kandie Delley - Emerald - Candace Gold - Lily Harlem - Susan Jaymes - Mona Karel - Patricia Kiyono - Adriana Kraft - Jan Meredith - Siobhan Muir - Martha O'Sullivan - Skylin O'Thomas - Victoria Pinder - Irene Preston - Jana Richards - Christi Williams - Sabrina York


  1. Is this where I post about whom I'd like to thank? I'd like to thank all the writers I have encountered in the last few years who have not only brought me pleasure from their writings, but have encouraged me to get myself out there and who have challenged me to spread my wings and those who gave me the opportunity to do so.The kindness and camaraderie has been incredible.Thanks.If you read this, you know who you are!

  2. I'd firstly like to thank the good Lord for giving me all the blessings I have in my life! I am so fortunate to be sure!! Thank you also to family and friends for ongoing support and caring. Without them I would be lost! ❤️
    Yolanda Gamble

  3. #1 would have to be Jesus, my Lord and Savior. #2 would be my Mother who is a godly Christian woman and a wonderful mother. For many years she wore both hats as Mom and Dad because of my father being military and 2 tours of Vietnam. She has been a teacher and friend. Actually, Moma was a kindergarten teacher and loved it, she taught in a Christian school and not only did she teach the children how to read, but she taught them about the love of Jesus One of the hardest things is seeing her age. She has Dementia, what is called short term amnesia, and not knowing where that is going to take us hurts, darn it I am crying now. I am blessed to have my parents who love each other and taught us love, they will celebrate 58 years in Sept.
    Kathy Heare Watts