HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT! Mark your calendar for the My Book Friends SPRINGPALOOZA on Sunday, April 11. You’ll get to enter for loads of giveaways from me and my fellow founding authors. Join our friendly and inclusive group today to be in with a chance of winning some goodies that will spring you into the season with…

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On SALE! only $1.99 on Kindle & FREE to read in Kindle Unlimited Find out why nearly 200,000 readers have fallen in love with WISH ME HOME. Kay Bratt draws on her own life experiences to create a raw, yet inescapably warm, novel about friendship and a wary heart’s unexpected capacity to love. A hungry,…

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Today is the day and instead of a Birthday Lunch, I’m having a Birthday Launch! You know, since I am such a hermit. But this will be fun, too. Finally INTO THE BLUE, the 3rd and final book in the By The Sea trilogy, is out and ready for you all to read in either…

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📚🎉INTERNATIONAL GIVEAWAY ALERT!📚🎉 Seven Bestselling Authors, One Fabulous Giveaway! 📚 Enter for a chance to win SEVEN signed books including:  I Thought You Said This Would Work by Ann Garvin, Hadley & Grace by Suzanne Redfearn These Tangled Vines by Julianne Maclean, Incense & Sensibility by Sonali Dev, Into the Blue by Kay Bratt, Lies We Tell Ourselves by Steena Holmes, and Under the Southern Sky by Kristy Woodson Harvey! With settings…

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An estimated 70,000 children are kidnapped in China every year, although the Chinese government reported fewer than 10,000 kidnappings. According to the United States Department of State, estimates are closer to 20,000 INSPIRED BY A TRUE STORY Children in China are stolen everyday and parents are usually forced to give up ever finding them. But one…

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Fresh off the press! I pulled out a Christmas miracle this year and released two new novels in my historical fiction genre. I hope you will check them out!   From the bestselling author of The Tales of the Scavenger’s Daughters comes a historical fiction family saga that begins with a newborn Asian girl, unwanted but not…

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