Showing posts from March, 2010

Night Owl Review Top Pick

Night Owl Review Top Pick Trust Your Heart – TWRP Melinda said, “This is one that will enchant you. I loved that Michelle was an average middle-aged woman who has dealt with divorce and betrayal yet still is strong throughout the whole ordeal. This book definitely keeps your attention and I enjoyed the suspense of waiting to find out who gets Michelle’s heart…the new guy or the old guy. Loved it. “ Christine Columbus Web Site Tootin’ Cowboys Ingredients • 2 cups uncooked wagon wheel pasta • 1 (15 ounce) can chili with beans • 1 can black beans, rinsed • 1 small can of corn, drained • 1 can tomato soup • Shredded Cheddar cheese Directions Cook pasta according to package directions. Meanwhile, in a large saucepan, combine the chili, tomato soup, rinsed black beans, and drained corn. Mix well; heat through. Drain and rinse pasta; stir into chili. Garnish with cheese if desired.

I Can Do That

On Saturday, I spoke about the Journey of The Perfect Country and Western Story from an idea to the novel. The audience was fellow authors at Midwest Fiction. One of the things that I surprised me – besides how long an hour can be when you are standing in front of a crowd. “I Can Do That…” I was explaining that my diverse publishing credits come from my “I Can Do That…” If I’m at a Craft Fair and I see something I like – instead of purchasing the item, I always think or say…I could make that. When I see a posting and someone is looking for Flash Fiction, Poetry, Prose, Romance or Children story. My first reaction is…I Could Write That… and I generally do… My Latest – I Can Do That… my daughter wanted a Snuggle Blanket… and of course I didn’t buy one… Because I Can Make One – Can’t be too hard.

Stop By

Image Stop by Anne Marie Novark – Just Write! – I am the March 10 Spotlight Author…. Stop by and say, “Hi.”

The Perfect Country And Western Story GREAT READ!, 5 out 5 Stars

GREAT READ! , March 7, 2010 *** Posted On Amazon*** "Stacy Dawn" Canada What a great read! Along with a wonderfully romantic story, there was a fun, underlying use of song references...and I don't just mean by title. I highly recommend this book to any romance lover...or country music lover for that matter!

Six Pack

Stop by on Saturday March 6 th – leave a comment and have a chance to win a Six Pack… …A Six Pack of Short Stories: First Class Male, Drama Queen, Coffee And Love To Go, Hard Day On The Farm, Happy Meal and Christmas Mischief.