Cassie’s eyesight blurred as the lush Georgia landscape grew familiar. With a shaky hand, she brushed away a lone tear. The big country house hadn’t changed in ten years. Flat white paint covered the boards. Pine-colored shingles, though somewhat faded, sheltered the high-pitched roof. The front porch held the identical hunter green, wooden rockers and porch swing. The massive southern oak continued to stretch its lazy limbs, depriving the front yard of sunlight and grass.
Only one thing was missing: her mother.
Have you read my latest book yet? If so, please let me know if you like it or not.
This is going to be a series. What would you like to see happen and to what characters? Give me some ideas. I might just use them! If so, I will acknowledge you in whatever series your idea falls into.
It took a bit of doing and a lot of help from a great friend, but Magnolia Grove has been published.
It should be available soon!
(in eBook only right now. I’ll battle with CreateSpace in a couple of days!)
After several designs and redesigns, a friend and I finally got a cover that works. This is the cover for my soon-to-be-released Magnolia Grove. What do you think?
It’s been a month since I’ve blogged. We’ve all had the flu around here. Then, mine and the hubby’s turned into sinus infection, cough, etc. We’re still not completely over it.
Magnolia Grove, the manuscript, is pretty much ready. Now, it’s the cover that’s giving us a problem. I’m asking a few of you for input. Any and all suggestions would be appreciated.