Monday, March 25, 2019
It's time for the last of the Wingmen to get his story! Don't miss THE LAST WINGMAN, the final book in USA Today bestselling author Daisy Prescott's Wingmen series. Be sure to grab your copy today!
Jonah Kingston is the last wingman standing.
June Moxee doesn’t care if he’s the last man on earth.
I haven’t exactly avoided relationships, but love has never been a priority. Solitude doesn’t bother me and being alone doesn’t mean being lonely. Until she moved to the island and I had to reconsider everything.
June seems content running her yarn shop, knitting with the local church ladies, and avoiding me. She’s a temptress in a handknit sweater. And for some reason, she’s not a fan of mine. It might be the tattoos. Or the beard. Or the fact that we’re polar opposites.
A woman has finally caught my attention. Too bad she thinks she hates me.
Good thing I’m stubborn enough to try to change her mind.
The Last Wingman is the sixth standalone, lighthearted small town romance in the Wingmen series. You do not have to read the previous books first to enjoy this book.
Daisy Prescott is a USA Today bestselling author of small town romantic comedies. Series include Modern Love Stories, Wingmen, Love with Altitude, as well as the Bewitched and Wicked Society series of magical novellas. Tinfoil Heart is a romantic comedy standalone set in Roswell, New Mexico.
Daisy currently lives in a real life Stars Hollow in the Boston suburbs with her husband, their rescue dog Mulder, and an indeterminate number of imaginary house goats. When not writing, she can be found in the garden, traveling to satiate her wanderlust, lost in a good book, or on social media, usually talking about books, bearded men, and sloths.
Friday, March 22, 2019
Poetry/ Religion/Christianity/ Art
Date Published: Feb 7 2019
Publisher: Lucid Books
Freedom's Dance is a dance of freedom written in poetry form. It is a conversational piece between the author and the Holy Spirit, an invitation to be fully alive and free. Dancing doesn't come easily to everyone and can be very tiring, but thankfully we have a Partner to catch us when we fall--to pick us up, wipe off the dirt, and proclaim He is captivated with us even when we fall. This book of poetry will encourage you to allow your heart to feel. After all, the depths to which we choose to feel are the depths to which we can love and receive love.
About the Author
Sara Vevang is a lover of words and peace, a strong believer that freedom has a ripple effect, and understands that everyone is worthy—worthy of forgiveness and love. Sara is an encourager of people, passionate about Jesus, and knows that through Him she can do anything. Sara and her husband live in Texas and have three brilliant daughters. She loves her family, her friends, and her church home at Upper Room Dallas. Sara is thankful to you, the reader, and looks forward to providing many more books for your freedom and enjoyment.
Your love is like a summer wave
A winter’s cool crisp breeze
It makes me laugh
It makes me cry
It brings me to my knees
Your love amazes me
Drives me to peace
Renews my mind again and again
My worship is extravagant when I look at You
No matter what my life brings
It’s all I live to do
You Take Pleasure in My Every Prayer
We are never separated
You vindicate me as I walk in all integrity
Redeeming me in Your gracious love
Purity is what You seek
Refining fire burns darkness out of me
Your blood You shed on Calvary
Paid the price
Now I'm forever
In communion with
My Jesus Christ
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Time Travel Romantic Adventure
of love, time travel, humor, and healing hearts. The adventure of a
lifetime. (Think you know how it ends? You don’t.)
2018, two friends discover an open door in the summer forest in
Maine. It’s winter inside and they’ve never seen anything like
it. When they realize that it’s 1980 on the other they hatch a plan
to go to New York and save John Lennon.
1980, a stranger invades Sarah’s dreams on a nightly basis. He’s
handsome and funny, but when she bumps into him in real life she
can’t believe her eyes. But his story of time travel is
preposterous and it’s difficult to decipher his motives for acting
so weird. He claims to be from 2018.
love bloom under such circumstances? Will Richard be trapped
thirty-eight-years in the past?
is from a thousand years in the future; he’s trying to stop Burton
from time jumping because it can cause changes that could have
serious repercussions. Burton has arranged for Taft and Richard to
save John Lennon, but will it all go terribly wrong?
Friday, November 28, 1980.
A little over an hour ago Sarah and her brown-haired, brown-eyed friend Mandy were at the Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band concert having a wonderful time, there was nothing quite like a great concert to make one’s heart sing. Now they were approaching Andrews Coffee Shop to get a bite to eat, both had smoked some Columbian weed and were in an elevated mood. Life was made for friends and family.
“You remind me of such a little girl sometimes,” said Sarah. “I just mean that you look a lot younger than you are. Maybe it’s because you’re natured thin as my mother says.”
Mandy shook her head. “Shut up, I’m not that skinny.”
“Remember the time you squeezed through that fence when nobody else could?” Sarah smiled knowingly.
“I was only thirteen!”
Sarah shook the hair out of her eyes. “I’m just teasing. Imagine being married to Bruce Springsteen! I love that song Born to Run. Thought he was never gonna do it, but finally the third song of the encore! Yes! Thought I was gonna have to run on stage screaming Born to Run! I wonder if they plan their encores?”
“That was so totally amazing!” Mandy shouted, getting a few looks from passers-by. “Too bad Carl had to do something with his father? What is it with him and his old man anyway?”
“Stupid fishing trip in Florida; said his father wouldn’t let him get out of it.” Sarah had the munchies and couldn’t wait to eat something good, even after the popcorn they ate she was still hungry. “His father’s grooming him to take over the business when his Dad turns fifty, I guess he wants to retire while he’s young enough to travel the world; drives a BMW so they have money. Not that I care too much about that, but it’s better to have it than not have it.”
Mandy imagined herself in England. “That sounds so cool. Have the money to go anywhere you want. Everyone should be rich enough to travel. I’ve always wanted to see Europe. See Buckingham Palace. I wonder if they have tours?”
Sarah nodded. “I have no idea. But it definitely takes money to travel. I can see myself in a cabin on the beach in Hawaii, surrounded by palm trees. Waking up to the sound of ocean waves. Going to sleep to the sound of ocean waves. Tropical birds singing as I drink my morning coffee.”
“Cool. Go swimming every day. Doing it on the beach under the light of the moon. So how are you two making out?” asked Mandy.
Sarah looked surprised. “Oh, I almost forgot to tell you. I caught Carl looking at engagement rings in an expensive catalog, but he quickly closed it. Tried hard for a diversion so I let him get away with it. I guess he wants it to be a surprise.”
Mandy squealed with delight. She knew that Carl’s parents were rich and he would be a wonderful catch. “Oh my God, are you serious? You think he’s really going to ask you to marry him?”
Sarah shrugged. “Maybe.”
Mandy occasionally had weird vibes from Carl, saw the way he looked at other women when Sarah wasn’t looking, but it wasn’t something that she wanted to bring up, especially not now. “Don’t you think you should wait a year or two? Really get to know him? Of course, you could take him for half his money if it comes to that and you could take me to England.”
Again Sarah shrugged. “I don’t think I can say no. That would be the end of it. Maybe we’ll be engaged for a year or two if it happens?”
“You know,” said Mandy, “it puts a lot of pressure on a woman when the guy asks will you marry me. If the woman is ready that’s one thing, but if it’s too early in the relationship she’s almost forced to say yes even if she’s not sure. It should always be the woman asking the guy. That should be the rule. Women have more to lose, and there’s always a chance that she ends up alone with the kids.”
“Women do get the shitty end of the stick in a lot of ways. We even get paid less for doing the same job. That’s because guys do most of the hiring and they can do whatever the hell they want to do. Carl and I have been together less than a year.” It was making Sarah think. It would be the biggest decision yet, and making the wrong one might have unpleasant ripples for the rest of her life.
“What are you gonna say?” At twenty-one, she thought Sarah might be too young to get married. It would certainly change their bond. She thought they would likely drift apart, maybe not at first but it probably wouldn’t take too long. She’d be running in different circles. Of course, it was all just a guess.
“I’m leaning toward yes.”
As they approached the restaurant, they both saw him simultaneously in the booth in the window; Carl was kissing another woman and it definitely wasn’t platonic. Sarah turned and ran crying with Mandy trying hard to catch up with her.
In a second Sarah’s life was again turned upside down.
“Asshole!” Mandy screamed.
J. Gallant is the best selling author of several books, including
Knights of the Dragon (of Knights and Wizards series) and Dracula
Hearts series, the first book in the series is Dracula: Hearts of
Olivia Brown Mysteries is also gaining in popularity. (Anita's
vacation in New York City ends tragically when she's killed in
Central Park, but instead of the end, it's only the beginning. Her
soul remains at the scene trying hard to process what happened. There
are other ghosts that don't seem to be much help. And, of
course, the new reality of being a ghost does not sit well with
is she supposed to do now?)
author has two cats that make him rise at 5 each morning to keep him
on his toes.
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