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Looking Out the Window: Kim McMahill Talks about Her New Suspense, A Dose of Danger

A Warm Welcome to Kim McMahill
Hi Kim, first, tell us a little about yourself.

I grew up in Wyoming, which is probably where I developed my sense of adventure and love of the outdoors. I started out writing non-fiction, and had over eighty travel and geographic articles appear in magazine and other publications. As exciting as that was to see my work in print, my passion for exotic world travel, outrageous adventures, stories of survival, and happily-ever-after endings soon drew me into a world of romantic suspense. When not writing, I enjoy gardening, traveling, putting together jigsaw puzzles, listening to live music, college sports, and spending time with family.

Tell us about your latest book.

A Dose of Danger is a romantic suspense novel and the first in a developing series. When researcher Grace Talbot and her team discover a possible solution for weight loss they become targets of a group dedicated to controlling the multi-billion dollar a year diet-product industry. From the lab…

Looking Out the Window: Award-winning Author Paula Mowery Talks about Her Latest Book, For Our Good. Gives Away an E-book

A Warm Welcome to Paula Mowery
Paula will give away an e-book of For Our Good. To enter to win leave a comment and an e-mail address below.

About For Our Good
Charlie Jarvis is haunted by loss that fuels her desire to rid the world of drug traffickers. When her next assignment takes her back to her hometown, she has to confront her painful past. She has no interest in a relationship since God seems to kill everyone she loves.

Colton Thomas appreciates material things and the status of being a corporate pilot. When someone approaches him to deliver a package for a large sum of money that could wipe out his debts, temptation knocks loud on his door even as his partner, Marshall, slams it shut. Meeting Charlie challenges his non-committal stance with women. As he considers who he has become and the kind of man he would want to be for Charlie, he confronts his own shallow lifestyle and the fear that he would never be able to help her heal her wounds.

As Charlie pursues the man causing y…

Looking out the Window: Mamarazzi, a New Release by Brooke Williams

A Warm Welcome to Brooke Williams
Mamarazzi

By Brooke Williams

Release Date: September 11, 2015 from Prism Book Group



Read Mamarazzi if…

Hello blog readers! And thank you to Gail for allowing my to take over her blog today with a guest post including details about my latest novel, “Mamarazzi.” There are many reasons why you may choose to read the books you read. Time is limited, you can only ready so many, right? Now that you’ve seen the Mamarazzi cover and perhaps have even read the book’s blurb, you might be wondering whether or not it is the book for you to dive into at the moment. I hope the answer is ‘yes,’ but I’m biased and can’t provide the answer for you. What I CAN do, though, is give you a few facts about the book so you can make an informed decision yourself! You should read Mamarazzi if…

-You enjoy light-hearted books
This novel was written with a romantic comedy slant. One of the main characters gets drenched with water often in purely accidental manners. If you want someth…

Thanks to My Readers

Thanks to my readers!

Mountain of Love and Danger was #2 in Fairy Tales and #3 in Collections in the Free Kindle Store.

It's available now for only .99 - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NKV31LG

Looking in the Window: Mountain of Love and Danger Free for a Limited Time

Jack Greenthumb finds romance in Fairwilde Kingdom—a different day—a different girl. Then a cruel mystery begins. Dad’s beaten, the family farm destroyed and Jack’s true love, Gwendolyn Bante, kidnapped. Jack’s undercover operation reveals Gwenie’s a captive atop a mountain accessible only by helicopter. Reaching her is a dangerous expedition even for a champion rock climber like Jack. However, a Greenthumb Acres employee plants a miraculous seed from Heaven for the rescue. Suspense mounts as Jack scales the perilous cliff to face a brute and a treacherous descent in this retelling of the fairy tale, Jack and the Beanstalk.

Two five-star reviews

When I was a youngster, I loved fairy tales. Now that I'm an adult, this book showed me I still do. Fantasy? Sure, and we need that in our world today. Suspense? You betcha! Romance? Yep, it is in there too. Adventure? Oh my, yes! Throw in some Christian inspiration, and you have a wonderful read. The tale starts off with Jack and Gwen ha…