There’s really not much to say. I turned 40 on Thanksgiving and my heart is filled with gratitude that has manifested itself into huge savings for you. All my ebooks are .99 or $1.99. This is a significant savings because some of them regularly retail for $3.99. Get them for yourself or friends! Happy holidays!
Last week I officially launched the Someday Summer Salon Tour in my hometown of Memphis, TN. I’m stopping by local salons to meet some of my readers and hopefully, create some new ones. So far, it’s been a great success. Thank you to all of the people who have bought my books and those of you who are going to buy my books. I look forward to meeting you while you get your hair did. Find my complete schedule here. If you don’t see your salon feel free to reach out to me because I would love to stop by. Enjoy your 4th of Jul,y and I hope to see you under a hair dryer near you real soon.
Thursday, July 10th
Peighton Place Salon
6071 Apple Tree Dr., Ste. 2
Saturday, July 12th
Barnes and Noble Book Store Local Author Panel
2774 N. Germantown Pkwy
Memphis, TN 38133
2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
BTW…for all my paperback lovers “Things Every Good Woman Should Know Volume 1” will be out in bound edition by August 1st.
In celebration of my arrival on this earth and the fact that I have so much to be thankful for in this season of Thanksgiving, I have slashed the prices of my ebooks. For a limited time you can get all three titles, Someday, Someday, Too and Forever and a Day for only $1.99 each (regular price $2.99 – $5.99). Please treat yourself to the antics of Tee, Michael, Becca and their hilarious friends. They can be purchased on Amazon.com and Barnsandnoble.com.
I’ve been on my virtual tour for 4 days! I’m having a blast doing blogs and blog talk radio! Today, I released my newest e-newsletter telling everyone about all the stops along my tour. It has been amazing! Read it for yourself.
Warning: These books have been known to cause smiles, fits of laughter, and introspective thought. Their intrigue content is always on full and may cause lack of sleep because of the reader’s inability to put the books down. The religious content is Godly inspired and approved. Enjoy at your own risk.
I’m giving away one book to three lucky readers on Memorial Day. In order to qualify for this random selection process all you have to do is sign up to receive my e-newsletter. If you’re already on the list you’re good! If not, sign up here. You will be able to receive all the latest news concerning my books, new releases, appearances and more give aways!
I will announce the winners on Tuesday via email blast. If you win, you will be able to select one book from the Someday trilogy (“Someday”, “Someday, Too,” and Forever and a Day”) for your reading enjoyment!
Thank you to my book give away sponsor Chose-N-Ones Entertainment and DJ Service.
It’s not everyday that a respected nonprofit like MIFA adds your book to the list of suggested reading for one of their major fundraisers. I am proud to announce that MIFA has listed my first novel “Someday” in their 26th Annual No-Go Gala Book Club. This “stay at home, read a good book, and make a donation fundraiser” brings in thousands of dollars each year for their many charitable programs such a meals on wheels for seniors, home improvement projects for seniors, emergency services for families in need, college preparation for high school students, and more. MIFA has been supporting the independence of vulnerable seniors and families in crisis through high-impact programs in the Memphis community since 1968. They serve over 55,000 people each year, and I am happy that I can do a small part to help.
I have fond memories of MIFA. At the age of 15, they gave me my first job! I worked as a page at the Main Library, in Memphis, when it was located on Peabody Ave. During that wonderful summer, I eagerly caught the bus to my job and I loved it! I remember shelving books and clipping articles for the archives in the Memphis Room. On designated Fridays, we met for life skills training and they would give us our checks. You should have seen us teenagers running to the bank to cash it when we were dismissed. LOL Who knew that the young lady who got paid to put books on shelves would one day have her own books housed on those very shelves. Now instead of clipping articles about others, I’m clipping articles about myself! I’ll never forget that experience. It taught me responsibility and the pride that comes from earning your own money. I came from a low-income single parent home so the money definitely came in handy. THANKS MIFA for supporting our community, supporting literature, and supporting one of your very own local writers. The seed you helped water way back then is still thriving today.
Can you believe that I still have my bus pass! PRICELESS!
Visit the No-Go Gala page and see my book recommendation and others. Yes, I know I suggested it but they didn’t have to select it. You can also suggest your own recommended reading and PLEASE make a donation. Every little bit helps and you’re giving more than money. You are giving HELP and HOPE to people in our community when they need it the most.