Join me tonight on Facebook and win some AMAZING prizes! We have books, bags, and a FREE KINDLE to give away!
Hello, Precious Readers!
I want to make sure that my efforts meet your needs. Please take less than 10 minutes to help me gain a better understanding of you. You are important to me, and this quick survey will help me stay on track.
It’s critical for me to provide what you want. Sharing your opinion is vital on my decision of what freebies to provide.
QS: What do you want to see on this blog?
QS: Do you like audiobooks?
QS: Would you like the Roxy Summers Series as an Audiobook?
QS: What kind of freebies do you want?
Thank you for your time!
Here’s a free kitten and puppy for you!
Love and hugs,
Hello Super Precious Readers!
For those who follow my Twitter and Facebook posts, know that I have a gigantic Nerd Hat and love of comics and graphic novels. I spent many a day reading them when I wasn’t reading books. (I was a sedentary child. Allergic to everything outside and am too uncoordinated to play sports. What else do you want from me?)
I mostly stuck to X-Men and Batman, threw in a few Spiderman, and some Catwoman comics.
For those who are interested in starting your journey to the originals – the actual comics – it’s natural to be curious due to an supersaturated market (see what I did there?). With Marvel dominating the media on both television and screen, uniting series after series together, and DC Comics desperate to catch up to its major rival, comics exponentially growing fan base is desperate to learn more about origins of the artistry, story telling, and illustrated commentary on the human condition.
Where to begin? Do I grab the most recent Batman comic, or X-Men series? (I know I’m committing blasphemous work by combining rivals, but I love both.)
Not wanting to join in on the Marvel/DC Comics War? There are SO MANY other choices out there. Try listening to this dude. Below is advice from Professor Thorgi. (Yes, that’s his actual YouTube Channel persona.) No, there isn’t a specific reason that I chose a video with a dude in it. I’m 100% a believer that women (WOMEN, not “girls.” WOMEN) can equally enjoy the comic book world.
Nope, not this guy:
Or this guy:
Professor Thorgi provides advice about non-Marvel/non-DC Comics comic book companies, and guides you on which you would enjoy based on your current flim/tv show preferences.
His video is a bit long, so save it for when you have time to sit down with a glass of Red Shirt Ale. On the plus side, he sounds like the Chocolate Rain Singer, so I laugh while being informed. Please enjoy his video, if only to enjoy that velvety smooth Chocolate Rain voice to sooth your evening blues.
What this all boils down to is, find what you like, and don’t let anyone tell you you’re fake. If you have a love of comics in your heart, whether through actual comic books, graphic novels, or the wave after wave of explosive films in theaters and on television, we nerds/geeks (whichever term you deem more applicable) are happy to welcome you to the family.
Comic book love and hugs,
Attention, Precious Readers!
Attention, Precious Readers!
This is not a drill! It’s PARTY TIME! Whoo hoo!
On August 21st, my second book, Capture Me, a Roxy Summers Mystery #2 releases out to the world in both print and e-book! I’m so excited to bring Roxy Summers‘ next adventure to you. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the twists in store for her.
To commemorate this auspicious occasion, Trifecta Publishing House will be hosting a Facebook Live Event* on August 21st, at 6:30pm (PST). I will be there LIVE to chat and host some online party games for you. All you have to do is comment and you’ll be automatically entered for some prizes that will be given away. One lucky winner will receive a FREE KINDLE! That’s right! A KINDLE! FOR FREE!
What could be better? I have no idea! I’ve entered these contests before for other authors and have won free books this way. I haven’t won a Kindle yet, and I can’t win my own prizes, so your odds just got better!
I know that day is the eclipse, but keep in mind that if you’re on the road or away from home, you can keep tabs on the Facebook Event via your tablets and smartphones as well.
I look forward to seeing you and perhaps seeing some of my faithful blog readers win a prize!
You can access the Facebook Event here: http://bit.ly/2wbW3kl
My first book, Capture Me is available here: https://books2read.com/u/3nOO29
My second book, Crush On You is already available for pre-order in both print and e-book here: https://books2read.com/u/bapznQ
Lots of love,
*Facebook is not a sponsor of the event and/or prize(s) distributed. Please do not contact Facebook for any prize(s) distribution you may incur. Please contact Trifecta Publishing House directly.
Hello Precious Readers!
Tonight at 3:00pm (PST) I’ll be joining several authors in celebration of Cissie Patterson’s new book release Mail Order Moments (Brides of Beckham). We’ll be at Jacquie Rogers’ Pickle Barrel Bar and Books Facebook Group starting at 3:00pm (PST).
I’ll be talking about my book, Capture Me and my upcoming release Crush On You (releasing August 21st), and giving away a DOUBLE FEATURE prize. One winner will receive a copy of BOTH of my books in e-book format. Capture Me immediately, and a guaranteed free e-copy of Crush On You after its release.
Don’t forget to join Jacquie Rogers’ Pickle Barrel Bar and Books Facebook Group **FIRST** before joining in on the festivities at 3:00pm (PST). Otherwise, you may not see the posts right away!
Hope to see you there!
Amazon is selling Capture Me, a Roxy Summers Mystery ON SALE for $1.99 RIGHT NOW! Get your copy before its sequel, Crush On You releases on Aug. 21st!
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Love yo faces!
There has been an article circulating about a wedding that was interrupted by the groom’s best friend/officiant. The BF decided to interrupt the ceremony to propose to his own girlfriend, and then forced the band to play a “special song” for him and his bride-to-be to dance to during the wedding.
Friend and fellow author, Patricia Johns (look her up, she’s amazing) commented on this event on her blog with an post called How mad would you be? I don’t know about you, but I would’ve been pretty upset. Here is the comment I posted on Patricia’s blog and I stand by it. What do you think?
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I have a major problem with this, and it’s not because of the financial factor: The friend did this during the ceremony.
I don’t care how small or big your budget is for this event. The ceremony is about the people involved and making a commitment to each other. Interrupting their ceremony, which is their declaration in front of their loved ones, is narcissistic, disruptive, and completely overstepping the boundaries of friendship with someone. No matter how small the budget, how casual the environment, perhaps this was the one time in their lives when all of their friends and family will be in one place. To hijack that intimate setting during of one of the biggest emotional events of your life is a horrible thing to do. My husband and I aren’t well off people. We’re not at the poverty line, but not above it by much and live in a quasi-ghetto area. This was a special moment for us and having so many friends and family from out of town in one place made it all the more special.
I can understand getting caught up in the emotion of the day. It makes guests and participants reflective of their own relationships. I think if any type of declaration had to be made by the officiant/best friend/narcissistic idiot, it should’ve been made during the reception, after the speeches and first dance are done, when the environment is more casual and collaborative. Then, maybe requesting a special dance also would’ve fit more in with the festive ambience. Everyone’s (hopefully) feeling the good vibes and wanting to celebrate in this life event. Guests make music requests of the band/DJ/jukebox, what have you, all of the time at these events. Making a declaration taking the spotlight off of the main people involved before the milestone moments of a wedding would be extremely hurtful. I’m not saying don’t do it, but have some respect for the people involved and wait for the right time during the event if it absolutely has to be done.
Also, Judy above [first commenter] makes a good point. I can’t possibly believe if someone had the gall to do this during the ceremony that it was the first time this kind of stunt has occurred. However, even if it was due to shock, neither the groom nor the bride stepped in to say, “Hey, can this wait until later?” Then, if the officiant/best friend/narcissistic idiot continued to try and move forward, I would’ve been more upset and say “bye bye” to that friend. There had to have been, for lack of better phrasing, warning signs that this guy was capable of pulling a stunt like this out of thin air. He would’ve had to have done this before with other life events.
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What do you think, folks?
Would you be angry or upset?
Should I shut up and enjoy the festivities?
Are the bride and groom completely justified?
Would you stay friends with someone like this?
Share in the comments below!