Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Running Scared

Running Scared by Cheryl Wright

Emma Larkin is running for her life – nowhere is safe.  
Stalked by her husband's killers, and desperate to protect her young daughter, Emma must find what the killers are looking for before she becomes their next victim.
When undercover cop, Gary Bedford, planned a relaxing break, he hadn’t counted on bumping into Emma. Now he can't resist the temptation to discover all her secrets.
But should Emma trust her life and heart to Gary Bedford?
Can they solve the mystery surrounding her husband’s death – and uncover his deadly secret?  
Avaliable at: Amazon

Check back on February 1st to learn  about Sheila Claydon’s books.

Sunday, January 27, 2013

My Mozart

In Honor of Mozart's Birthday, today, January 27th, the BWL Blurbathon brings you:
My Mozart by Juliet Waldron from BWLPP  

"…Mozart was her teacher, her mentor, her rescuer, and, finally, fatally, her lover."  

Available at Amazon

And do check back to learn all about BWL author Cheryl Wright's marvelous books on January 29th! 

Friday, January 25, 2013


A sweeping tale of love's triumph over tragedy and treachery in frontier Australia .
A mistaken identity opens the door for Martin Mulvaney to take his revenge on the granddaughter of his mortal enemy. 
An old Scottish feud, a love that should never have happened, and a series of extraordinary coincidences traps two lovers in a family vendetta that threatens to destroy their love, if not their lives. 
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Juliet Waldron's blurb will appear on Sunday 27th January. We hope you will come back and check it out.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Pet Peeve

More and more I'm noticing people use the phrase 'and I' incorrectly. On TV, Facebook, and on group messages people are using 'and I' instead of 'me'.
It's so simple to determine the correct usage of 'I' or 'me'. Simply remove the name and the word and and you're left with 'I'.  If you've used 'I' correctly the sentence will make sense.

Example:  Joe and I went to the store.  Remove Joe and. You're left with I went to the store. Makes sense so 'I' is correct.

Example of wrong usuage:  Carol went to the store with Joe and I.  Remove Joe and. You're left with Carol went to the store with I.  Obviously, 'I' is incorrect. It should be me.  Carol went to the store with me.

Yet, people constantly use 'and I'.

Okay, my rant for the day is finished.