Boldwood Books August 2019 Releases and the story behind my story

They say, everybody has a story.

For me, it began a while ago when I wanted to write a Christmas story, but not just any story. Not every Christmas happens the way we want it and sometimes the not-so-great ones stick with us.

Which made me wonder if I was alone in my thinking. That remembering the poignant Christmases when something happened to upset our universe was just me. I knew I couldn’t be the only one who looked back every year and took time to remember that Christmas and at times, wished I could change things.

So I did.

I wrote about a woman who laments every year about a lost love at Christmas and finally, she can change it.

By going back in time…

More about Christmas Once Again as we get closer to pub date…


So, here we are with my wonderful publisher BOLDWOOD BOOKS — I love making videos and I put together the video above to introduce you to my fellow Boldwood Books authors with releases during the month of August 2019:

UK Links:

The Daughter In Law by Nina Manning

Villa of Sun and Secrets by Jennifer Bohnet 

Honeymoon for One by Frankie Collins


US Links:

The Daughter in Law by Nina Manning

Villa of Sun and Secrets by Jennifer Bohnet

Honeymoon for One by Frankie Collins

Go to BOLDWOOD BOOKS for more info about their authors and e-books and print books. Audio books also available!


Time travel back to Christmas 1943 on the home front

Exciting news re: my holiday Women’s Fiction novel CHRISTMAS ONCE AGAIN — release day is October 10th! It’s now up for pre-order at $2.99

On a cold December day in 1955, I got on a train to go back home for Christmas.
This is the story of what happened when I got off that train.
In 1943.

Christmas Once Again:





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