A Giveaway & The Booksellers at Laurelwood Wrap-up


(Me and Jeaniene Frost)

The Girls’ Night Out at The Booksellers at Laurelwood with author Jeaniene Frost was a lot of fun! A big thanks to Jeaniene for being so kind and making me feel comfortable with ‘speaking’. :-) Also, Macon Wilson did a great job setting up the event! Kudos!


(Rhonda Welborn, me, Jeaniene Frost and Tamran Thigpun)

Here we are with two of the awesome ladies who came out to see us. Everyone was great and I had a really good time. Also, a big thanks to The Booksellers at Laurelwood for having me out and I hope to do it again sometime.


Because Jeaniene was so awesome I wanted to do a giveaway here for her new release THE BEAUTIFUL ASHES (New Adult paranormal romance). I’m going to give away 3 paperback copies of her book along with 3 paperback copies of SONG OF THE FIREFLIES, one each to 3 lucky winners (U.S. & Canada only).

What you have to do to enter (read carefully) –

  1. Like and share this post on my Facebook page.
  2. Comment here or on the Facebook post telling me…hmmm…how about something inspiring? Anything you find inspiring, tell me about it! :-)

I will pick three winners at random on Monday – good luck!



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  1. One of my favorite quotes “People are like stained-glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within.”

  2. I think being a doctor is inspiring coz they got so much to learn and they always have to put up with b***h people and I know coz I am always complain to them lmao no but they have to do so much for people and they still nice when doing it

  3. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting you that night! You did a great job “speaking,” BTW. :) You have an amazing story & I’m glad a picked up a copy of your book.
    Keep writing!! :)

  4. My mother! Not only did she raise six kids, she has battled RA, through most of her adulthood. Part of this as a single parent, after my dad died.

  5. What do I find inspiring? Single Parents, I am married with two kids but both me and my husband come from single parent households. The fact that they do it all with half of the income is inspiring to me.

  6. Something I’ve always found inspiring is a version of Henry David Thoreau quote I had on a bookmark when I was younger.

    What was on my bookmark: Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you’ve imagined.

    The quote it was taken from: If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.

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