April News


unnamed-3Thank you for stopping by my official webpage. I hope that the Easter season and the coming of spring finds you well and surrounded by those you love.

We will have a lot of ebooks sales in April, but I’m not allowed to share the details until the day of the sale. Be sure you are following me on Facebook and/or Twitter, as some of these sales are 24 hours only. I’ll send out a post/tweet the day of the sale! If you’re not following me, use the buttons at the top of this page to do so.

Also, you can now pre-order Protected, the sequel to Hidden. These books are my first adventure into inspirational romantic suspense. Thank you for all the wonderful reviews for Hidden. If you haven’t tried it yet, you can find all the links here. Protected will be available in paperback and ebook at Amazon and B&N. Only Amazon offers a pre-order option and only for the ebook. You can access it here.  The book will release on May 14th.

Blessings,

V

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Spring Gardening

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One thing I’ve learned from the Amish is that it’s perfectly ok to take the time to garden. I’m not that busy! Sometimes I feel too busy, but then when I take the time to go outside and putter around, my soul and my heart and my mind all feel better! It’s amazing what a few minutes in the garden can do. Below are a few pictures.

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This is a trumpet vine. It provides good shade and the hummingbirds love it. Not really gardening, I know … but I wanted to share the blooms with you!

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Impatiens that I kept in the “greenhouse” – converted dog shed – all winter. They’re happy to be out in the sun!

My tomato plant, and if you look very close, you'll see a green bean plant popping through the ground.

My tomato plant, and if you look very close, you’ll see a green bean plant popping through the ground.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’d love to know – are you gardening? Have you ever gardened? What was your favorite thing to grow?

Blessings,

V

 

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