Congratulations, L. Huestis! (and to everyone else who signed up for my newsletter…I promise to do a June drawing that will be so good, you’ll be glad you didn’t win this month.)
And to further celebrate the Mother’s Day 3 day weekend (That’s how long I celebrate it!), The Do-Over will be a mere 99 cents through Monday.
Click on the cover or the 99cent deal & download instantly on Amazon!
Happy Mother’s Day & Happy e-Reading!
Sixteen years ago I became a Mom, and I celebrated the day.
Thirteen years ago I became a Mom again, and I celebrated the “Mother’s Day Three Day Weekend.”
This year with a sixteen-year-old daughter and a thirteen-year-old daughter, I have been referring to May as “Mother’s Day Month!”
But this year in addition to receiving, (’cause my family knows when Mama’s happy, everybody’s happy) I’m doing a little giving.
All day Mother’s Day Sunday, I’m offering my novel, Plan On It, for FREE. This full length romantic comedy is about a woman who sets out to have a baby and decides to choose the father based on what she knows best… the science of biology! You can download it right from the Amazon Kindle store
I wrote Plan On It by swapping babysitting with a neighbor, and I’d like to celebrate Mother’s Day by giving it away. I’ve given away over 50,000 downloads of my other novels and want to see moms out there enjoying a free read on their special day.
I hope you enjoy Mother’s Day… Mother’s Three Day Weekend & Mother’s Month!
It’s the countdown for back to school and as fun as summer has been… I’m finding myself in need of a break. In my novel, The Do-Over, Mara Jane Mulligan takes a 30 day vacation from her life, and what mom doesn’t deserve one of those?!
Here’s my top ten reasons why moms need a vacation from summer vacation!
- 1. After a road trip, you do laundry for the exact number of days you were “relaxing.”
- 2. You’ve had way too much mini-van time with extra children, damp towels, and if you made a truly questionable decision… a wet dog.
- 3. Because unlike the school year, eating and messing things up can and does occur between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
- 4. If you have young children, your lazy summer day begins around 6 a.m. If you have teenagers, their lazy summer day begins at noon. If you have both… someone is always asleep at your house, and it isn’t you.
- 5. No matter how many towels you have, they’re dirty. No matter how many bottles of sunscreen you own, they’re missing. And no matter how many children are near, the mosquitoes only bite you.
- 6. While school supplies can be costly, summer fun starts with an inexpensive pool pass but ends up with a doctor’s bill and antibiotics for an ear infection.
- 7. The refrigerator is always empty, but somehow the dishes are still covered with half-eaten food.
- 8. The bathtub sports a permanent black scum from flip-flop feet.
- 9. The hotdogs and s’mores are beginning to affect your cholesterol levels.
- 10. As much as you love summer and love your children… you deserve a chance to relax a little before you have to shop for enough supplies to start your own school!