Today, we have a sneak peek from Donna Fasano’s contemporary romance Reclaim My Heart.
Sixteen years ago, Tyne Whitlock cut all ties to her past and left town under the shameful shadow of a teenage pregnancy. Now her fifteen-year-old son is in trouble with the law and she is desperate for help. But reaching out to high-powered attorney Lucas Silver Hawk will tear open the heart-wrenching past in ways Tyne never imagined.
Forced to return to the Delaware Indian community where Lucas was raised, Tyne and Lucas are tempted by the heated passion that consumed them as teens. Tyne rediscovers all the reasons she found this man irresistible, but there are scandalous secrets waiting to be revealed, disgraceful choices made in the past that cannot be denied. Love is a powerful force that could heal them both–if the truth doesn’t rip them apart.
This book is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo.
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Imagine being the only Earth pupil to attend a school on another planet, being targeted by the school bully, finding proof of the existence of a mythical creature and discovering that an evil, long-dead warlord has found a way back from beyond the grave – welcome to the Firestone Academy!
Agathea Fulstropp’s world is turned upside down when her grandfather’s mysterious childhood friend returns to Earth to enrol her in the Firestone Academy on Planet Aruuliah. There are lessons in telepathy and mindreading and she has sinister dreams about a mysterious, deformed cave creature…what can it all mean?
The Firestone Crystal, the contemporary fantasy by Linda M. David, is available from Amazon US, Smashwords, and Amazon UK.
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It’s not always obvious to a writer when s/he has over-used a word or phrase. S/he can read, reread, and read a manuscript over and over again, and still, it’s not coming up as a red flag. This, of course, is where fresh eyes can help. Try two things before passing over to your beta reader/editor/proofreader. Firstly, do a search for the word/phrase you suspect might have overstayed its welcome. Click on ‘Find’ on your toolbar (in Word) and a little list on the left-hand side will tell you how many times you’ve used it. You can then navigate to each instance. Secondly, read the sentence in which it has been used…out loud. And that overused word will suddenly, loudly, clangingly, resonate in your head. Continue reading “A Helping Hand…that, that, that and more thats…”