Chance to win a free copy of Abbey's Tale, historical romance set in Boston and Maine in 1869. A daring rescue at sea brings them together. A unique love keeps them together in spite of obstacles tearing them apart.
Jeremy returns from the Civil War emotionally and physically scarred. He retreats from the world on a remote island as a lighthouse keeper and never expects to find love and acceptance.
Until he rescues a blind woman from drowning. Abbey can "see"
the hero in Jeremy that he cannot see himself.
Between now and July 20th, all new subscribers to www.kmcdermottauthor.wordpress.com will be entered in a drawing and one will be chosen to receive a signed paperback of the the novel.
Saturday, June 24, 2017
Sunday, June 11, 2017
One great way for authors to share marketing ideas is through Facebook groups. To find the exact locations on the wed just type the name of the group into Google. You may even decide that you want to start your own Facebook group in your own niche or genre.
Here are some of my favorites:
- Christian Fiction and Non-Fiction Readers
- Christian Fiction Gathering
- Thriller Books
- Authors and Book Lovers Discussion Group
- Historical Romance Addicts Too
- My Kindle is Starving
- Marketing for Romance Writers
Saturday, May 27, 2017
Travay Allston is fleeing Jamaica and an arranged marriage to a man she does not love, Sir Roger Poole. She is so desperate that she urges her horse over a cliff and into the ocean where she is saved from drowning by a pirate ship, the Blue Heron. Captain Lucas Bloodstone is a formidable man whose parents have been abducted by his enemies. The pirate captain having come face to face with his own sins, has experienced a conversion and has asked God to help him rescue his loved ones. From Travay’s first leap into the ocean, the plot twists and turns and keeps the reader reading pages to find out what will happen next. The book is the prequel to Mrs. Cobb’s first romance novel Summer of Deception.
As a Christian author, there is nothing graphic. Indeed, there is a good message as well as a riveting story.