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Seeking reviewers for my books

Drink tea, read, be happy…

Hello Authors in happy writing land.  Would anyone be interested in exchanging book reviews?  If any of my books appeal to you, then let me know. Maybe we can help one another out.

My aim is to form a pool of authors who each enter a book to be reviewed. Then a ‘pool moderator’ psuedo – randomly assigns a book to each member, (making sure not to assign any 1:1 pairings). That way, nobody will feel obligated to provide a dishonest review.

You can contact me here:  (just copy and post)

I’ll get back to you. Thank you.

It certainly would make things easier if your book costs as much as mine. But if not, there are other ways to solve the problem. 🙂

Book Prices: 

Brighten a Senior’s Day I:       Kindle edition  $4.02
Brighten a Senior’s Day II:      Paperback        $6.50
Brighten a Senior’s Day III:     Kindle edition   $4.07


Wings on her Heels:                 Kindle: $5.73  or Paperback $12.33
a romance/suspense novel 

I am look forward to getting to know you
and of course your book/s!


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Brighten a Senior’s Day III

                     I’m happy to announce

front-cover-small  Brighten a Senior’s Day III  

 Available in Amazon —
and Kindle

If you don’t know yet what to get your dear
senior friend or relative this may be just the right present.

And if you don’t have the first two volumes yet…well then you have the option of buying the three- book- set of Brighten a Senior’s Day.

Another volume of laughs, entertaining short stories and poems, to lift and lighten the reader’s and/or listener’s mood.

All stories have a happy ending,
an uplifting tilt, never boring,
come right to the point, and always entertaining.
In conclusion:  suggested discussion topics follow-up the short stories.



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Posted by on October 19, 2016 in My Posts, Uncategorized


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Book Reviews


Have you read Brighten a Senior’s Day yet?  I started with a free-give-away,…

and  naturally hope you all enjoyed my book.

If you want to give an author a gift that costs nothing, but means the world to the author, then POST A REVIEW  in Amazon.

I truly hope you and/or your loved one enjoyed my table-top book. Letting an author know can make all the difference in the world on whether he or she should continue writing or not.

Wishing all my followers wonderful peaceful holidays. Drive carefully! And watch out for icy steps and slippery sidewalks.

See you next year.




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Posted by on December 17, 2015 in Uncategorized


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Brighten a Senior’s Day – A NEW RELEASE!

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The official rules for Amazon Giveaway can be found at


Posted by on December 1, 2015 in Uncategorized


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Introduction – Brighten a Senior’s Day

Brighten a Senior’s Day – A New Release

I guess nobody is more surprised than I am that I have written a second book, so  shortly after I published my first book: Wings on her Heels, which was released in August, this year.

But I have to admit, about half of the poems and short  stories were written over the past years, — so  it wasn’t all that much of a feat to put this book together in such a short period of time.

The book is as different as can be from my first novel. But I have always had this book, way before my  first novel came to being, in the back of my mind.

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Me, ( 6 months old) and my mother.

It all started with my Mom. She gave me  a warm loving childhood, and after surviving the usual mother and daughter teenage hassles, we grew closer as the years went by. And after the initial shock of realizing how much we really were alike, I acknowledge that our similar  interests and  our spontaneous way of embracing everything we love are exactly  the reasons why we were so close.

Visiting her at  the assisted living home, and later on  in the senior home was truly a pleasure for me. At the time, I was still running my own business,  and was raising our baby granddaughter. So visiting my mother was  an — out time  — for me. It relaxed me to leaf through the old photo albums with her,  take her on car rides, or accompany her on short walks.   I was truly blessed with my mother, for she was so appreciative of every little thing I did. I loved how she would call me her angel — her own personal angel.

As the years passed,  her concentration began to fade. But  still she always loved a good story, as long as it wasn’t too long. I set out to find such stories. I didn’t want a children’s book, since my mother would have been insulted by that. I wanted a book to read to her, touch on topics — pleasant topics, that would  motivate new conversations. Perhaps there is a book out there that satisfies those needs, I searched — but I couldn’t find it.

Rest in Peace, Mom. (1921-2010). I hold you always in my heart.

my mother, my granddaughter, and me

So while putting my poems and short stories together, I always had my mother  in mind. — Would this make her laugh? Would this make her thoughtful?  Would this  encourage her to share with me some  long forgotten memory?

Many seniors fall into a depression. So the last thing I wanted to do was stir up sad memories. My mother loved to laugh. Oh, and how I loved to laugh with her.


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Posted by on September 24, 2015 in Uncategorized

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