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AFTER SHIFTING GEARS, WE DECIDED TO RELEASE “KNIGHT” BEFORE “PUSH BACK”. 

Our most recent release is a stand-alone story with a brand new character. In “A Knight in Cairo,” we meet Sierra Parker. She’s an archeologist whose specialty is Egyptology. It’s a fun read and we think you’ll enjoy it. It is available on Amazon in a Kindle version and a paperback version.

Boxed Set: CAREER WOMEN ADVENTURES:

(1) Sophie by Design, (2) The Dame in the Diamonds, (3) A Knight in Cairo

Sophie gets her dream job in Hollywood. Designing fashions for the movies. She meets tech whiz Finn and realizes he’s special. But the project he’s working on has put him in danger. Skyler is editing a book for her firm’s most renowned and most difficult writer. Somehow the book chapters seem to be following what’s happening in her real life. How can that be? Sierra is thrilled to be going to Cairo until she finds out her boss has a personal reason for wanting her there. And without knowing it, he may have put her life in danger.

The next episode of our Miranda Hathaway Adventures is titled, “The Quilters Push Back”. See below for the cover and the back of book synopses. So take a look and we will let you know as soon as these are available through Amazon.

 

THE QUILTERS PUSH BACK             Miranda Hathaway Adventure #7

This has been a busy year and it’s not over yet. We’ve had several weddings, a long-anticipated graduation, a surprise baby announcement—and an unexpected funeral.

Amid it all, we discovered that our little town is not immune from the serious drug epidemic spreading across the nation. When our kids started dying, Cutler Quilt Guild Number One jumped into action. Using every skill we have from sewing to surveillance, we were determined to find the drug dealers and push them out.

The sudden death of one of our guild members stunned us all. Shock and dismay hit the guild as we mourned the loss of a quilter, teacher, friend, and sister.

Throughout the good and the bad, Harry the cat has been here to comfort, scold, and complain—lest we forget that in the end, it’s always about him.

 

A KNIGHT IN CARIO                                                                                                  Sierra Parker, Museum Curator

The preview event for the Ramesses II and Nefertari exhibit at the Antiquities Museum of New York went off splendidly, until a priceless bracelet disappeared. Associate Curator Sierra Parker is frantic. She discovers the thief and gets the bracelet back not realizing she has just made an enemy.

With her contract soon to expire, Sierra questions what to do next. A summons from the Museum Director, Sir Malcolm Winston, may hold the answer. He has agreed to help his friend at the Cairo Antiquities Museum. Malcolm knows Sierra would never turn down the chance to work in Cairo.

As embarrassing as it is to admit, the tall handsome British knight has a crush on the petite brunette with the shaggy haircut, large brown eyes and shapely figure. He’s read her file. He knows all about her degrees and career, but Malcolm wants to get to know her on a more personal level. He doesn’t realize that taking Sierra to Cairo may put her life in danger, but he does know that he would give his to protect her.

 

 

We have self published eightteen novels to date:

The Witherspoon Adventures: (The Witherspoon Healers Adventures)

Beautiful Disaster (Magee – Book One)

Burnt Roses (Melissa – Book Two) with sister, Beth Devlin-Keune

Before Everafter (Madison – Book Three)

Relative Unknown (Cari – Book Four)

Cayden & Cat Adventures (The Cayden Wright Adventures):

The Wright Move (Book One)

The Wright One (Book Two)

The Wright Woman (Book Three)

Meredith Abbott Adventures:

Lying for a Living, Meredith Abbott’s Adventures in Hollywood

Dying for a Headline, Meredith Abbott’s Adventures in England

A Hollywood Designer Adventure:

Sophie by Design

Miranda Hathaway Adventures:

The Quilt Ripper, #1

The Missing Quilter, #2

The Quilt Show Caper, #3

The Quilter’s Secret, #4

A Quilt to Die For, #5 

The Quilter’s Christmas Surprises, #6

The Quilters Push Back, #7

Skylar Kincaid, Editor:

The Dame in the Diamonds

Sierra Parker, Museum Curator:

A Knight in Cairo

 

 

Although we are control freaks by nature, we have learned to trust the experts for certain aspects of our writing projects. We are so fortunate to have wonderful people who not only help us publish the best products we can, but who also encourage and support us in this joint venture of ours. Special thanks to each of them and if you are looking for help with a project of your own, we highly recommend them.

Copy-editor:  Sharon K. Garner   (sharonkgarner.com)   Sharon is a published author who also works as a copy-editor for manuscripts, screenplays, etc. She catches details that we may have missed, corrects our spelling and grammar, and makes suggestions. She has worked on every one of our novels and knows our characters as well as we do. Since Sharon lives nearby, we meet occasionally for lunch. Go to her website to see a list and read excerpts of her amazing romance novels, each set in an exotic locale. I don’t travel much but do travel through my imagination in Sharon’s novels.

Graphic Artist:  Elizabeth Nichols   (enicholsdesign.com)   Elizabeth was recommended by a friend and we couldn’t be happier. When it was suggested that Magee needed a new, improved cover, we contacted Elizabeth. First, we completed the makeovers of all three original Witherspoon novels. And they are awesome! We just give her some of our ideas and she puts together a draft. She’s so great at making any changes we request and it truly is a collaboration. Go to Elizabeth’s website to see all of the services she can offer such as logo and website design.

E-book Expert:  Michael Campbell   (mcwriting.com)   Michael Campbell and staff are the masters at converting our paper books into e-books. They are fast, thorough and extremely accommodating. Even making changes after we catch our own mistakes. Check out Michael’s website to see all of the writing services he offers.