Sunday, June 20, 2021

Puzzle Piece #6 from Bernie's Legacy romantic suspense series


 

If you haven't seen the first pieces of the puzzle from Bernie's Legacy, my romantic suspense books, you can check them out here (first piece), second piecethird piece, fourth piece and fifth piece. These puzzle pieces started out on Puzzle Day, January 29, 2021, and reflect my love of puzzles. 

The Bernie's Legacy series of ten books solves a piece of the puzzle in each book. However, the question posed in the first book, "Why did you do it?"--and whodunnit--is not resolved until the tenth book in the series. 


This piece of the puzzle from CHALLENGING THE LEGACY:  Who is this "poisonous" woman? Does her coldness go beyond destroying those who get in the way of what she wants?


I hope you have fun "puzzling out" the pieces of this series. 


Digital versions of the books

in the Bernie's Legacy series

are on sale for 

just 99 cents each!


You can read EXCERPTS

of all my books at:

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Tuesday, June 15, 2021

 

For a smile--or to laugh out loud--check out 

AUNT MADDIE'S DOGGONE MISADVENTURES.


Doggone fun! Come to Aunt Maddie's castle, where exploding inventions, hilarious misadventures and sweet romance are part of everyday life for a cast of zany characters and the dogs who talk to them!


This boxed set includes book 1, 2, and 3 of 

AUNT MADDIE'S DOGGONE MISADVENTURES:

1--CHASING RAINBOWS 

2--ST. BATZY & THE TIME MACHINE

3--NO MORE POODLE SKIRTS


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Digital boxed set is only $1.99--

three books for the price of two!


Also available in print.


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Friday, June 11, 2021

A New Giveaway--Win eBooks & a Kindle!

 JUNE 14 is last day to enter!

Includes my book, 
SOMETHING BETTER
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Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Is Your Pet Ready for an Emergency?

 

Last year, my area in Oregon was hit with wildfires during the summer and an ice storm with extended power outages as winter's last hurrah. Fortunately, the wildfires turned about 20 miles to the east of us and our power was restored after 32 hours. We were luckier than many. 


Amid the disruption of human lives were the stories of pets. Owners seeking shelter with their animals found sanctuary at the fairgrounds. Local shelters stepped up to take in lost pets and help reunite them with their families. 


The need to be prepared to leave our homes at a moment's notice or survive without heat or power became a reality in the normally sheltered lives of many. 


However, major disasters aren't all I prepare for. If one of my doggies gets sick in the middle of the night, I want to know how to handle most things without trying to find an emergency veterinarian clinic that's open. So I have basic first aid supplies on hand for pets as well as humans. I'm also becoming an herbalist so I have the knowledge and herbs to treat my dogs naturally, if possible. 


What's your comfort level in being prepared for emergencies? Here's a link to an article and checklist in the Canine Journal that may help you decide what supplies to have on hand and what preparations can best help yourself and your pets in an emergency. You can also check other online sites for tips on how to prepare for possible disasters or just to make day-to-day living easier.


PREPARE AND ENJOY LIFE WITH YOUR PET!