Okay–I wasn’t going to share any more puzzles with you guys, but this is a Bookstore!
It’s so beautiful and big! Books and cats–my favorite things.
Now, on to today’s post. :)
Rich in Love!
I know I’ve talked about this book before, but thought I’d revisit since my publisher has it on sale! This book was fun to write, and I hope fun to read.
How it started: My husband and I were on a cruise and he likes to to go the art auctions. Me? I stay in the room and read. But this particular time I decided to go with him. There were paintings by a girl named Pamela Dale. The story the auctioneer told was that she and her husband wondered what it would be like to travel the world drinking champagne. True! She made shoe art with the champagne labels and the maps of the regional area they were in drinking the champagne. Click here to see a picture.
I fell in love with the picture (didn’t purchase it) and the concept. What would it be like to have THAT much money? So, the journey began. Ann Thomas, who hated her boring name, was sent on a journey to spend money to inherit more money. (And she even receives a surprise regarding her name.)
Of course there had to be a guy. A guy who controlled the debit card. He was finishing his last job handling Ann’s father’s estate before moving to Peru to be a missionary.
Let the fun begin! These two had one shopping adventure after another. And I felt it true to life because I’m not a shopper, so it was written from the perspective of Ann who doesn’t like to shop, but has to. The origianl title was Champagne Shoes, but my editor changed it to Rich in Love.
How it’s going: Rich in Love is on sale for .99 cents!
And, in conjunction with this .99 cent promo the second book in the series, Rich in Hope, which is a Christmas book I talked about last month here on , Inspy Romance, is FREE through Friday night. It’s a Christmas love story!
I love how inspiration strikes. From that art auction on the boat, to a television commercial which inspired Rich in Hope. Inspiration is all around us in many different ways, and it’s funny how one thing will inspire something like a book. I’ve written whole books inspired by one line in a song. We all have that deep down well that needs to be filled. Whether you’re a reader or a writer, it’s there. I know as a reader, reading a blurb on the back of a book can draw me in, catch my attention, and propel me to read the book.
It’s that favorite time of the year for me to read right now, too. It’s winter here in the states, and I live in Georgia so we get so-so cold temps. But it’s fun to curl on the couch, coffee and blankets and cats and a book! (Hence the amazing puzzle at the top!)
So, grab a free book today through Friday! Or spend .99 and grab Rich in Love until the 15th of November. Regardless though, use the comment section to tell me about your favorite reading surroundings. I’ll randomly draw a winner to receive an e copy of Rich in Faith, the 3rd book in the series.