Monday, February 22, 2016

Cover Reveal for Joselyn Vaughn's Hauntings of the Heart, Tidy Tidbits for Writing and Living, This Week

Happy Monday and Happy Birthday greetings to our first President, George Washington!


So excited to start the week off sharing the new cover for Hauntings of the Heart by Joselyn Vaughn. Hauntings is one of my favorite stories by Joselyn, and I've read them all!  This talented author is my friend, crit partner, and a dedicated runner. Her imaginative stories are now in a series entitled Meddlesome Matchmakers. All the stories are filled with her humor and warm storytelling style. (And believe me, she has the skills to help others make their stories sparkle and shine. I'm so blessed to be in a group of writers who are so encouraging and supportive.)


Hauntings of the Heart by Joselyn Vaughn
Sweet Romance


Hauntings of the Heart by Joselyn Vaughn
A Meddlesome Matchmaker Novel

Back of the Book: When lost love shows up on your doorstep, what do you do?  Minnie Schultz slams the door in his face. She and Gordon Anderson have a history—close to ancient history, given the fifty years since their last encounter. After all that time, it might seem like water under the bridge. But the water pours from the plumbing in Minnie’s bed and breakfast, the Lilac Bower, uncovering all the secrets and heartache between them. With the help of some paranormal investigators, an Elvis impersonator and a couple of nosey friends, can Minnie and Gordon find the future they were meant to have?

Buy Link: Hauntings of the Heart by Joselyn Vaughn


Other books in the Meddlesome Matchmakers series: Climbing Heartbreak Hill and Sucker for a Hot Rod

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Tiny Tidbits for Writing and Living


  • With Presidents' Day this month and Washington's birthday today, do you know who was the first president to be inaugurated in Washington, D.C.? Thomas Jefferson
  • A handful of ice cubes in the garbage disposal breaks up grease and keeps it clean. Turn on the disposal and run cold water. Add orange, lemon or lime peels to ward off odors.
  • A strawberry isn't actually a berry, but a banana is. (I couldn't believe this little tidbit either, but I found this article from the Stanford Alumni magazine to back up the statement. Go figure.)

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Romance Readers Want to Know
Thursdays on the J.Q. Rose Blog

This Week:
Thursday, February 25--Author Helen Henderson answers questions from her readers and will answer questions about her writing asked in the comments. AND a lucky commenter will win a pdf copy of her novella, Magic and Steel. Please come on over for the Q & A.




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