Review: Felicity~ A Sparrow's Tale

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Felicity~ A Sparrow's Tale Felicity~ A Sparrow's Tale by Loralee Evans
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Exceptional! "Felicity" took my imagination on an exciting ride. The imagery, suspense, and creativity are woven together so masterfully, that I must admit I couldn't put it down, even as an adult reader. I think the young person in most of us never really dies. I found myself sitting on the edge of my seat as the tender but brave sparrow meet so many dangers with courage and determination. An entrancing tale that wove a spell around me as I read. Exellent writing that will charm any reader. I am so glad I got to read it.

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GOODREADS GIVEAWAY!!!

Friday, July 17, 2015

Welcome to my giveaway!!! In celebration of the release of my recent Regency romance, I am giving away two print copies. Just click on the LINK below to become one of the lucky winners.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25880047-in-the-wilds-of-devon


In the Wilds of Devon is in print!

Had a great day visiting with Garry Mitchell and Linda Prince at Walnut Springs Press today! They had a box for me of the first print copies of my second Regency romance, In the Wilds of Devon.  After a very enjoyable visit, Linda took me out to lunch for some extra delicious Indian cuisine. It is hard to believe after all the work that it is finished. Now on to finishing my third Regency. I love to write!

Just kickin' it with my son Jonathan.

Monday, July 6, 2015

He makes me smile!

It's official! My second Regency will be released within days!

Thursday, July 2, 2015

So am I extremely excited! Yes! Three years in the making, my second Regency romance, In the Wilds of Devon, is finally at the printer and should be available for purchase within the next week or two. Watch my blog and Facebook page for book signings, contests, a book release party, and other fun stuff.

This has been a great journey, and I owe special thanks to these amazing authors who read  my manuscript and gave me such invaluable advice: Joyce DiPastena, Donna Hatch, Jennifer Lunt Moore, Debra, Erfert, Rebecca Lamoreaux, and Marie Higgins. A heartfelt thanks to my friend, Carol Marchant, who read and critiqued my manuscript two or three times as it went through a few revisions. Words could not express my thanks to Linda Prince, my editor at Walnut Springs Press, who spent long hours on the final edits, proofreading, typesetting, and all the particulars that go into turning a manuscript into a book. My most special thanks go to my husband and family who have been my support and cheerleaders at every turn. And a great thanks to all my readers who enjoyed Lydia, my first Regency and asked for more. It has been a great adventure.