Thursday, October 20, 2016

(The) Writing Life--BIG BACKLIST SALE

BIG BACKLIST SALE. Series Books by Cheryl Reavis. $1.99 each until October 25. Ebook format.

The sale includes THE BRIDE FAIR, RITA-winning companion book to THE PRISONER, plus two additional Harlequin Historicals, RITA-finalist THE BARTERED BRIDE and HARRIGAN'S BRIDE.

There are two from the Inspirational category, Love Inspired Historicals: A RITA-finalist, THE SOLDIER'S WIFE, and AN UNEXPECTED WIFE.

All the books from the Fort Bragg series are included in the sale, LITTLE DARLIN', THE LONG WAY HOME, THE OLDER WOMAN, and MEDICINE MAN.

From the Navajo Family Blessings series: MEGGIE'S BABY (Book 2), MOTHER TO BE (Book 3), and MEDICINE MAN (Book 5).

(Book 1, ONE OF OUR OWN, and Book 4, THE MUSIC BOX (formerly titled TENDERLY), are available but are not part of this promo.)

All the Backlist Sale books are available on Amazon, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, and the eHarlequin Books websites.

Sunday, October 2, 2016

(The) Writing Life: Backlist Book, ONE OF OUR OWN, Now In Kindle Format

"What is that old proverb--a journey of a thousand miles begins with one step?

No, she thought. It begins with a telephone call from a stranger in the middle of the night."

I have finally gotten the rights back to Book 1 in the Navajo Family Blessings series, and it is now available in the Kindle format. 

The book received the Career Achievement Award for Best Innovative Series Romance from Romantic Times Magazine the year it was first published, and it was also a nominee for Best Series Romance of the Year.

Here is the link.

Other books in the Navajo Family Blessings Series available in Kindle as well as Kobo formats:

THE MUSIC BOX (formerly titled TENDERLY) (Book 4)

Characters from this series are also mentioned in THE OLDER WOMAN, which is also available in Kindle or Kobo formats. 

Saturday, July 16, 2016

(The) Writing Life: THE FIRST BOY I LOVED. Kindle Verson On Sale...

ON SALE until July 31






because old loves and old sins cast long shadows...

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

(The) Writing Life--Well, That Didn't Take Long...

THE PRISONER, winner of the coveted Romance Writer of America's RITA award for Best Short Historical the year it was published, is now live in the Kindle format on Amazon.

If you would happen--I hope--be interested:


"A privileged Union officer escapes from the living hell of a Confederate prison  --only to be saddled with a prisoner of his own."

(The) Writing Life--Coming Soon...

The book Diana Gabaldon recommended in a recent blog:

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

(The) Writing Life: A Blog Mention

I do love blog mentions--unless they hate the book, me AND the camel I rode in on. Then, not so much.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

(The) Writing Life: A Deal For Readers

It's a Love Story. It was a RITA Finalist.
Now for a while it's a $1.99 Deal.
Available in the ebook format at the following:

Apple app store:

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

(The) Writing Life: Kindle Backlist Book Available.



The wild Cornishman, descendant of a Crusader and a Saracen's daughter, exiled to America. The young woman, hidden away in a rough gold mining town in North Carolina, forbidden by her autocratic father to ever marry.

Monday, December 21, 2015

Writing (about) Life: Christmas 2015

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, Everyone! (This is how you get two stacks of books up off the floor.)

Monday, November 16, 2015

The Writer's Cat--Or More Accurately, The Cat's Writer

Many of us writers are owned by cats. Let me introduce you to my Feline Boss, Carl (aka Bubby). He is a pre-owned model, and for months I was never sure who owned him. He began to visit, especially when I wrote outside, often joining me on the swing or on the glider or under my chair for a quiet snooze. (Writers can be notoriously boring--and apparently restful.) But he liked a little excitement, too, because he'd follow the DH around as he did assorted yard work and/or car maintenance. Visitors kept saying, "I didn't know you had a cat." And I would say, "I don't," and they would say, "I don't think he knows that." So I began identifying him as The Cat I Don't Own--despite the fact that I would feed him. And I began calling him "Carl." (I'll show you a photo of why that was later--it has to do with the Geico Insurance commercial and "Carl," the lion.) Eventually, though, the mystery began to unravel. He belonged to the Navy-Marine military family next door. (He may look like a big old orange cat, but I think he's really a "Devil Dog." Dogs try to chase him, and he either ignores them or chases them back.) His military mom, who is active duty, was reassigned, and where they were going, he couldn't go. So I said I'd take him--and I haven't regretted it for a minute, despite his rabid interest in the writing process. So this is Carl, aka Bubby, The Cat I Now Own. (Sort of.)