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So I might have neglected to mention that I had a new project. Fact of the matter is, while I had written since the stroke, I still wasn’t confident in my ability. I heard about the Kindle Worlds over on Amazon and decided to write a book in the world of the Vampire Diaries just to make sure I remembered what I was doing. (and I had a great idea) I did and I wrote a book. The first in a trilogy actually. It was accepted and went live today so I have an unexpected new release to share with you.

And I have it on good authority it is easy to follow even if you’ve never seen the show.

2015-256-Kathleen Collins Sacrificed

One person can change everything, including a hybrid’s heart.

Cassidy Grimes was just a simple witch until the day her parents died in a car accident. She was saved for a purpose–to help the Original hybrid, Niklaus Mikaelson, break his curse. Cassidy spends the next seven years learning everything there is to know about the Original family and the curse.

When she finally finds Niklaus and his brother Elijah–or rather, they find her–she discovers the task is more difficult than she imagined. The Originals have been around for a thousand years and Niklaus trusts no one, not even his own family. But Cassidy will do whatever she needs to see the curse broken, even if it means she must be sacrificed.

Unfinished Muse by R.L. Naquin

I am blessed in my life to have some very good friends who are also incredible writers. One of them is this lady. Her books are original and funny. Definitely take the time to check them out. This is from the first book in her Mt. Olympus Employment Agency series.

I’d owned that potted philodendron for two years without it ever uttering a word–so naturally, I ignored it when it finally spoke up.

-Unfinished Muse, R.L. Naquin

Love it!

Beauty by Robin McKinley

I love a good fairytale retelling and this is one of my faves.

I was the youngest of three daughters. Our literal-minded mother named us Grace, Hope and Honour, but few people except perhaps the minister who had baptized all three of us remembered my given name.

-Beauty, Robin McKinley

Beauty and the Beast is one of my favorite fairytales and this is a beautiful rendition of it.

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