Autumn Macarthur is one of the first run Sweet Grove Kindle World authors. And boy does she have an intriguing tale to tell.
Do you love Christian Romance books?
Well, have I got another deal for you.
Are you a Kindle Unlimited reader?
I wanted to let you know about a few deals I have going on.
First off, if you're a member of Kindle Unlimited, there are two books currently available for you to read:
“But what if—”
His finger rested on her lips, halting her words. “No what ifs. Hear me? We can only take one day at a time. One moment, love. We need to help thresh the wheat right now. Let’s get that done. Then we’ll deal with the next thing that comes along. Together. Promise?”
Her heart filled to bursting with the love she had for him. After all they’d been through, and here they were, still desperately trying to hang on to each other. But what if… no. She pushed aside her doubts for now. “I love you, Tare.”
“Love you, too, Alyra.”
Ah, but will that be enough?
This week there are two multi-author book deals going. One for my romance readers and another for my fantasy readers.
Books are offered free for sign-up. Please be sure to read what the books are about. The Romance bundle are all Christian novels. The Magical Worlds bundle are from authors of a spectrum of sub-genres.
Please know that if you choose a book, you will be signing up for that author's newsletter. If you decide you'd rather not follow that particular author, be sure to simply unsubscribe. Marking those emails as spam actually hurts the authors.
I hope you find some great reads.
Blessings and Peace,
Great News! I've finished the last White Road Chronicle book.
I'm pleased to announce that the final installment is due to release June 22nd. At the moment, the book is with editors. But I'm confident that I'll be able to have the ebook version in your hands by the end of June, at least.
So, you might be wondering... just what will you be looking for?
Well, for those of you who missed the big announcement on my Newsletter, here is the Big Reveal...
I find it amazing where my books can end up.
Actually, I find it more than amazing. I've had my moments when I dreamed of being a missionary and traveling the world, but it's never quite worked out for me. We can't all be missionaries, right?
But I've found that my books have traveled to places I could only dream of going. I've been contacted by people who've read my books in Africa, the Philippines, Australia, and just lately, someone who lives on a big boat. The boat is actually the Mercy Ship, and the reader was young Caleb who is an International Press reporter for Scholastic News.
If you're not impressed, that's okay, because I was impressed enough for the both of us.
The cap and gown came in the other day, making it all so real.
My last one is about to graduate.
We'll soon be empty nesters.
I'm having a lot of feelings about this and a few other things that are coming to an end.
Well, I know where you can pick up FIFTEEN... Yes, that's 15 romance books for FREE.
Do I have your attention?
So a cool thing happened to me while I was minding my own business, writing my stories and all that. I was invited to join together with fifteen other inspirational romance writers in a two week give-away event. We've all put up a book that you can get just for signing up for a newsletter. Once you sign up, you'll be sent a link where to get your free book.
Do I still have your interest?
Good because here's a link to where you can learn more about these fabulous authors. Yep, right here.
Happy National Puppy Day!
My husband and I both are dog people. Neither of us can go vert long without having one of these fur-babies puttering around the house with their wagging tails, cold noses always in your business, and huge sad eyes begging for an ear scratch.
We've had several in our 30+ years together. Dogs that have lived long, full lives and became as much a part of our family as our own children. The one below, Ginger, was a sweet, cuddly little mixed breed that would lay her head on my shoulder whenever I sat on the couch, or wave at us through the bay window when we came home. No kidding. She actually waved.
Once she was gone, we missed her sweet greetings when we came home.
Jackie Castle is an author, artist and dreamer. She lives in Texas with her husband, two grown children and her dog, Banjo. She looks for the extraordinary in the ordinary in everything she experiences.