First of all, I need to confess. I’ve been the biggest failure EVER when it comes to sending newsletters! It’s been several years, now. Since some folks on my mailing list might not remember why they signed up for my newsletters in the first place, I’ll be sending a quick note to everyone on that list, asking if they’d like to receive newsletters going forward. If you are new here and would like to sign up for my monthly newsletters, that’s easy. Just go to the home page of my website and click the sign-up button in the upper right corner. You’ll even receive a free cookbook and a free novel for doing so…and will also be entered in a drawing for a ruby, heart-shaped necklace, right along with my long-term subscribers! The winner will be announced on this blog in mid-December.
As for my newsletters, I look forward to writing breezy notes about life in the country, news about writer friends, new releases, contests where you might win books or other prizes–like that ruby heart necklace in time for Christmas–and I’ll be adding family recipes, too. Did I mention that I love to cook? 🙂 As always, your email address won’t ever be shared.
It’s a bit early to be thinking about Christmas, but I want to share news about my new Christmas novella series.
The Mistletoe Puppy is the first release in my “Coupled by Christmas” series, and it’s available for just 99 cents as an Amazon pre-order! It will be released October 8th.
Here is an easy link to buy it on Amazon: CLICK HERE
And for other retailers, CLICK HERE
The other five titles will be published between October and December of 2020. Here is the full list:
#1 The Mistletoe Puppy
#2 A Christmas in Montana
#3 An Irish Christmas Blessing
#4 A London Christmas
#5 A Scottish Christmas
#6 Christmas in Paris
Can there ever be a second chance at love, after Brad Callahan has faced great loss, and Kate Larrson has faced too many troubled relationships in the past? Can a lonely little girl and a sweet golden retriever puppy bring them together by Christmas?
Kate Larssen works as a nurse at a clinic in Mistletoe Falls, a charming small town in northern Minnesota. She also established and manages the area’s only no-kill animal rescue, a cause dear to her warm and loving heart. After a series of romantic disappointments, she’s no longer interested in risking another. She has far more important things to focus on.
Brad Callahan is a former Minneapolis cop who recently moved north for his new job as a deputy. His wife died just before Christmas last year, and that grief is still too fresh to think about new relationships. He hopes Mistletoe Falls will be a place where Janie, his grieving six-year-old daughter, can grow up, and be part of a close-knit community. With few relatives left, he prays that this will happen.
Brad finds an abandoned golden retriever mix and her thirteen puppies and brings them to the animal shelter, where he meets Kate, the pretty manager. Always ready to take in homeless or abused animals and to help anyone in need, Kate worries about Brad’s sad, motherless child, and invites them both for Thanksgiving dinner. Though neither has any interest in commitment, Kate and Brad’s friendship grows as she tries to help fill the void in Janie’s life. Can a litter of adorable puppies and a lonely little girl bring them together by Christmas?
Wishing you all my best, Roxanne