Friday, December 2, 2016

Everyone loves a sale!


On sale now for only $.99!! Don't miss it!


Entirely too relatable, Lacey Adams has a stash of hidden chocolates, a pair of saggy sweatpants, and a husband who's keeping secrets. Her life is boring, boring, boring! Until a special ebook she's reading starts working its way into her life, causing her to make some major changes—oh, and save a life or two!

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Lacey Adams, Super Spy?

Lacey Adams was so fun to write. She has a fun sense of humor and a chocolate dependency that make her a little too relatable!


Laugh (and cry) along with Lacey as she struggles to turn her life around.

Amazon.com link: http://a.co/34aLQkp

 



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Saturday, July 30, 2016

Need a Little Christmas in July?



Here's a short, sweet romance that might just satisfy your Christmas craving! ; >)

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Almost 1700 Downloads Yesterday!


Have you grabbed your copy yet? The Secret is the first book in the Scinegue Series and it's free! Filled with suspense, conspiracy and even some supernatural The Secret is a Christian book that is written for the whole family.


Start reading the series today!


Thursday, February 11, 2016

Valentine's Day Discount!

Happy Valentine's Day!





A sweet science fiction romance is just $.99 through 2/15! Don't miss it! Grab your copy today!

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Sweet Science Fiction Romance

Love sweet romance? Love science fiction? Here's a fun story that has them both!


Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Sci-fi Cinderella

Tamara Worth has always wanted more out of life and has worked hard to get it. Just as she's on the verge of achieving her dreams, all her carefully laid plans go up in smoke leaving her floundering.

A strange job offer seems like a God-send, but her even stranger attraction to the recruiting officer might be problematic. She needs a mature man with his life planned out and a career well under way. Not a boy just starting out in business. Just ask her, it says so right on her carefully planned life-goal spreadsheet.

But there's more to the 'job' and the 'boy' then meets the eye.

Will Tamara stick to the life-plan she's always envisioned or will she risk everything for a fairytale happily ever after? It might not be easy, but my guess is she's going for the fairytale!

***Coming Soon!

(Can't wait to see what happens? You can read it before it's released as a beta-reader! Email me at scinegue@gmail.com )

The Book that Started it All

The Secret weaves an intriguing story of conspiracy and supernatural. Parts of it are fantastical, but other parts, perhaps making it even eerier, are based on cold hard fact. Throughout the ages people have carefully complied their versions of the perfect person. Most often insuring that person looks and acts unmistakably just like themselves. And where does that leave those who don't fit this pattern? Sometimes on the wrong end of a death warrant.

In The Secret, a new plan is set in motion to eliminate every person in the world deemed unworthy of life. Sometimes just because they're too short as petite Sarah Roth finds out much to her dismay. He doesn't know how, but her husband Billy is determined to keep his wife safe from this outlandish plot. A new job with a generous salary is a nice incentive to ensures Sarah's safety, but otherwise mind his own business. Little does he know that's not going to be an option. He was bred as one of the 'perfect people', and now it's his turn to take his place in that world; he's just not sure if that place is good or evil.


Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Are you a Reviewer? Sure you Are!

Reviews are one of the biggest sellers on sites like Amazon now days. I know that's the first thing I check when I'm considering buying something. Unfortunately I know some people are intimated by the thought of leaving a review or just don't want to take the time to do it. I understand. I'm right there with you, BUT since selling books online, I've realized how absolutely critical even the simplest review is. Believe me, I'm much more likely to consider buying a book with 500 positive reviews than one with a one star. You too, right?

But I do have my own 'rules' that I review by, or rather don't review by. I don't leave a review for a product I haven't tried or a book I haven't read. I also usually don't leave a negative review for something I didn't care for. I will leave a negative review for something defective or that has been falsely advertised, but that's my personal preference. What about you? Do you review? Are there times you don't? Most importantly, have you left a review for my books yet? ; >) (Thanks so much if you have! You're awesome.)