Saturday, November 24, 2018

STATUS REPORT # 137

I know I’ve been MIA for the past month but I’ve been extremely busy with my writing endeavors.

My erotic side, Kathryn Heart, has just finished writing her debut erotic novel, “The Transformation.” She’s completed creating the cover for the book and has converted it into the required *.JPEG file, has decided on the final font/size, and just needs to do a final run through the entire manuscript, before heading to KDP Publishing for the actual creation of the KINDLE book for this title.

Kathryn’s now returning to her second erotic endeavor, “Becoming the Bride’s Mother,” which is now about 33% completed. It’s going to be a slow process getting restarted since the last time she’s look at the manuscript had been just over 10 weeks ago.

Turning to my Christian writing endeavors, my collection of Christian Poetry & 40 Flash Fictions is moving along: the poetry section is now completed, and I need to write 15 more Flash Fictions to complete that portion. If you care to help, leave me a generic word around which to write them. I’ve already created the cover and illustration for each of the book’s two sections.

My YA Christian romance novella, “It Had All Been a Game” is now about 40% completed. Hopefully I’ll be able to publish at least one of these books before the holiday season is over.

As far as my reviewing books is concerned, as of today [11/24/2018], I’ve reviewed a total of 980 books, meaning I’ll be able to hit the 1,000th book milestone before the end of the year. My reviewing of Christian books is coming more and more my mainstay, because since September 1st, 46 of the 78 books I’ve reviewed [59%] have been for this genre. If anyone is interested in knowing what these books are so you can read them or to use as a gift, here is the link:


Both of my books are available for FREE as a KINDLE Unlimited download, you reading them will assist me in raising the funds I need to self-publish my new books:

https://www.amazon.com/Robin-Leigh-Morgan/e/B00BWXT4VU

Thursday, October 25, 2018

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 14 - THE GIVE AND TAKE WITH OUR LORD


THE GIVE AND TAKE WITH OUR LORD

God is our Redeemer and for that we must Him thank
For without His presence in us, our hearts would be blank
God is the one for He does for us everything provide
For that we must thank the Lord that He’s on our side

God is the one who makes sure our prayers are answered
For along with we’ve made it through each storm we’ve encountered.
God is the one us does comfort, especially when we’re in despair
For that is why our love Him to nothing can be compared

God is the one who gives us pain, but he also gives us pleasure
For that grace He’s possesses is impossible for anyone to measure
God is the one who on occasion there are things we desire he will deny
For at the same time things we truly need He will supply.

God is the one who gives us joy in our sorrow
For that is why He gives us hope for tomorrow.
God is the one why for your heavenly peace we worship Thee
For that alone He’ll also have our admiration throughout eternity.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

STATUS REPORT # 136

I can’t believe how everything regarding writing endeavors I’ve got going on in my life has FINALLY begun to fall into place.

As Robin Leigh Morgan, enough though I’m a rather voracious book reviewer, who has just reached having 950 reviews of a vast variety of genres, from early readers picture books for children to hot, steamy, novella for mature adults on three different book review sites: GoodReads, LibraryThing and of course, Amazon; where Amazon has even given me a TOP CONTRIBUTOR badge for True Crim books. I’ve now, as I’ve mentioned before, become enthralled with the reading/reviewing of Christian books [and I’m not really a religious individual but yet have knowledge of verses for which I must search the correct citation for when I want to use one appropriately for a review I’m writing a review for].

I now got my two writing endeavors currently on the back burner; a MG/YA Urban Fantasy entitled “The Secret of the Well [which is now almost 70% completed, and an Adult Contemporary romance entitled “His Darkest Secret” [for which I’ve reached the original goal length I’d plan and for which I’m trying to determine how much further I need to go before I’ll be able to type that final elusive period for the manuscript]. I can give by other writing personas a chance to become known.

My steamier erotic side, and I do have one, of Kathryn Heart has already published her first erotic endeavor which consists of 250 Haiku of a pure erotic nature entitled “Haiku Becomes Erotic.” Kathryn current has two erotic novella endeavors which she’s currently working on: “The Transformation” which is now about over 85% completed, and “Becoming the Bride’s Mother” which is now almost 35% completed. And according to the rate she’s writing her first endeavor, the manuscript should be completed by the end of November, if not sooner.

Now, we come to my third writing persona [for whom I don’t have a name yet for] who’s begun emerge and causing me to be reading/reviewing such a large number of a Christian nature. Not only I’ve begun writing Christian poetry [where people seem to enjoy reading them in the FaceBook groups I belong to], when before I never wrote any poetry at all. I’m now seriously contemplating writing a book of Christian poetry in which I also plan to include the same number Christian Flash Fictions, similar to ones in my Micro Fiction books. And topping this off, last Monday I start to write a NA Christian Contemporary romance novella, which is currently entitled “It Had All Been a Game”; and as of my writing this post, it’s already just over 25% completed.

What this means is I’ve got to get darn right busy promoting the two books I’ve written as Robin Leigh Morgan. If you’d care to help me just download my book as a KU and through read it. If you do, I’ll earn some royalties and it wouldn’t cost you anything.

Saturday, October 13, 2018

IN REGARDS TO MY WRITING I’M GETTING ANOTHER PERSONA

With the ever-increasing number of Christian books, I’ve been reading/reviewing recently, along with the Christian poetry I’ve been writing, it seems another personality has been added to my personas.

Starting out as a MG/YA paranormal romance author I slowly added reading/reviewing books; I’ve now got almost 950 reviews posted on Amazon:


and my reviewer ranking there is 1,167 the last time I looked; in addition to which Amazon has given me a badge for being a Top Contributor for True Crime books.

And I’m currently in the midst of writing two regular books under my name of Robin Leigh Morgan, each of which are over 85% completed.

As my reviewing took me into reading books of the erotic kind, I began being drawn into writing stuff of an erotic kind and gave up with a suitable, comfortable pen name for her to use. And currently she’s in the midst of writing two books herself; while one is about 35% completed, and other is over 90%.

But, as you can see from my recent postings since around the beginning of September I’ve been concentrating the majority of my reviewing to books of a Christian kind and that I’ve also become a Christian poet. The most amazing thing about all this is that I still don’t consider myself to be a religious individual not at the least.

With all this going on my increasing religious side wants to publish at least two books of her own; and has a NA Contemporary romance that’s now just over 20% done. Now with the poetry she’s writing she is desiring more and more to write another book, one which will contain her poetry as well as an equal amount of Christian Flash Fictions [short short stories which are an average of only FIVE SENTENCES written around a PROMPT WORD.

The three of us would appreciate your kind assistance in providing her with PROMPT WORDS from which she can choose a word to write her story around. Just leave them here as a response.

The last thing I’ve got to do is to come up with a name for her to use.

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 13 - CREATION


CREATION

On the first day the Lord created the heavens and the earth
He did it for it pleased him, its massive girth
While some people are full of sadness, others are full of mirth
The love all of us have towards him has never lessen.

On the second day the Lord created the sky
He did it for it pleased him, never ask him why
While some people might be other foe, others are always our ally
The love all of us have towards him has never diminished.

On the third day the Lord created dry land
He did it for it pleased him, and gave him place on earth to stand.
While some people love being in the water, others prefer dry sand
The love all of have towards him has never been reduced.

On the fourth day the Lord created the heavenly bodies and stars
He did it for it pleased him, for they did looked beautiful from afar
While some people keep others faraway, others love having them not so far.
The love all of us have towards him has never decreased.

On the fifth day the Lord created all life
He did it for it pleased him, and gave them the power to do it again.
While some people love living in a glen, others prefer a mountain
The love all of us have towards him has never declined.

On the sixth day the created more life and then man
He did for it pleased him, and had been part of his master design
While some people only drink water, others sometime drink wine.
The love all of us have towards him has never been minimized.

On the seventh day the Lord finally rested
He felt his creation plan was now complete.
While some people are quite feeble, others are able to stand on their feet
The love all of us have towards him has never ever waned.

So, when the seventh day comes to us who love him
Let’s go to his house to offer our prayer
While some people still don’t know him, we who do can sing our song of praise
How great Thou art. How great Thou art, and will always be.

AMEN

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

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Thursday, October 11, 2018

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 12 - CHRISTIAN POETRY


CHRISTIAN POETRY

We all know there can be
A savoir more powerful but thee

You’ve always been our bequest.
Having you in our hearts we’re blessed.

You’re always there night and day,
Waiting patiently to hear our daily pray

When we travel both far or near
Our enemies don’t bother us, for it’s thou they fear

And when we die, on angel’s wings they do us carry
To live forever in Heaven and each day be merry

For when I sit down to write Christian poetry
The Lord gives me the wisdom, and I’ve got no need to hurry.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

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CHRISTIAN POETRY # 11 - FINDING YOURSELF THE PERFECT MATE

Being a Christian woman, you believe in the Lord
For marrying an unbeliever, will create a lot of discord             

Being a Christian woman, you can’t marry a liar
For if you do, your life with him will be quite dire

Being a Christian woman, you must avoid an abuser’
For when he mistreats you, you’ll become his accuser

Being a Christian woman, you must forget the playboy
For being with him, you’ll merely become a toy.

Being a Christian woman, you must ignore the deadbeat
For you’ll never get a lover that’s true, since he on you will you cheat

Being a Christian woman, don’t pity the man-child
For while he might seem sweet, you might wind up reviled

Being a Christian woman, don’t give your trust to an addict
For while you think he’s the one, you’ll only find out you’ve been tricked.

Being a Christian woman to find a mate you must patiently wait.
For the Lord has planned someone for you, but first you must promise to keep in him your faith.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 10 - HIS OMNIPRESENCE IS ALWAYS THERE


HIS OMNIPRESENCE IS ALWAYS THERE

How great the Lord is?
He loves us when we feel unlovable
His omnipresence is always there.

How great the Lord is?
He gives us peace and lifts us up
His omnipresence is always there

How great the Lord is?
Walking the shadow of death, we feel no evil
His omnipresence is always there

How great the Lord is?
His rod and staff forever comforting us.
His omnipresence is always there.

How great the Lord is?
Through times of war and time of peace
His omnipresence is always there

How great the Lord is?
He’s there when we’re born and when we die
His omnipresence is always there.

And if you can think of a time when he wasn’t
In his eyes, you haven’t been born yet.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 9 - BALANCE IN THE WORLD


BALANCE IN THE WORLD

When the Lord saw the man, he’d created, was alone
He created a woman out of a bone.
When the Lord saw the light, he created was good
He separated it from the darkness as fast as he could.
The Lord created balance in the world.

When the Lord created a plan for each of us, it had equity
He made sure all shared a common destiny
The righteous and the wicked, the good and the bad.
No one could escape the plans he had.
The Lord created balance in the world.

Everything in his brilliant mind had a place,
And a time for everyone in the human race
From having to die to waiting to be born
While some will be happy, others must be forlorn
The Lord created balance in the world.

The Lord created Heaven
The Lord created Hell
Depending on how we’re going to behave
Will determine where we’ll go once in our grave
The Lord created balance in the world.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

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STATUS REPORT # 135

As I’ve probably told you in my previous posts, I’ve never been a religious individual, yet I’ve now got a resurrection appearing in my live.

If you bother to check the reviews I’ve been doing recently [link to my Amazon profile: https://tinyurl.com/y83l8h4m], you’ll already know there’s been a definite increase in the numbers of Christian Book reviews I’ve been doing which in the past week has reached just over 60%.

Not only has this been occurring, I’m now into writing Christian poetry, and have done about 9 poems so far, and I’m also looking at writing Christian Flash Fictions, stories similar to the one’s I’ve got in my book “Micro Fiction – An anthology.” And if this continues, I’m probably going to be self-publishing my first Christian book containing a combination of these two items.

Adding to this, I’ve found a long-forgotten manuscript of a regular NA Contemporary / Second Chance romance novella I’d entitled “It Had All Been a Game,” which I’m now in the process of resurrecting into one which will be more of a Christian nature.

When you combine this with my regular personae and erotic personae, I feel as if I’m returning into someone with multiple personality [like Sybil] as each of the genres I deal with causes me to interact differently with people contacting me. And if I do eventually publish a Christian genre book, I’ll have to use a third name to write the book under.

The strange thing is, having three different genres to deal with, it seems as if I’m beginning to have more and more time to do each one.

Please check my reviews out, as you might find your next book to read, or to give as a gift for the upcoming holidays.

Have a BLESSED WEEK with whatever you’re going to be doing, as well as with your families !!!  😊 😊 😊

Friday, October 5, 2018

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 8 - LIFE CAN BE QUITE TEDIOUS, BUT...


LIFE CAN BE QUITE TEDIOUS, BUT…

Day in, day out, as we toil each day
  To wait every two weeks we get our pay,
And when we toil we must stand on our feet.
  Until it’s time to have something to eat  

Every morning we eat the same each dawn
   The same is true for our lunch we eat on the lawn
We come home and the wife kisses us at the door
    Which is why we always must her adore.  

We pray each day to see some change,
   As long as it won’t be strange.
For there’s only a single thing we must always endeavor
  Is loving our Lord the same yesterday, today and   
     forever.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

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Thursday, October 4, 2018

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 7 - IT'S NOT SUPPOSE TO BE THIS WAY


IT’S NOT SUPPOSE TO BE THIS WAY
The Lord created his people and wanted certain things.
So, when they die, they can get their wings.
But what’s happening with some is quite awful
For they’ve forsaken their faith, and have become sinful.

There’s no real love for others, but only for themselves.
It’s so bad, they can’t ask Santa to be one of his elves.
There’s greed in their hearts with the lust for money.
You can’t even sweeten them with the best of honey.

They’re now boastful and proud
And have audacity to be scoffing at God.
They’ve become disobedient to their aging parents.
About their behavior their ears are now deaf to all comments.

People who still love and know them quite well.
And if they continue, people are fearful they’ll wind up in hell.
For there’s only one thing that can mean their salvation.
Which is to pray to the Lord to give them a holy revelation.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 6 - QUESTIONABLE LOVE


QUESTIONABLE LOVE

How can I sense that I’m still loved by my mate?
Love is blind they say, but the neighbors ain’t.
He tells me that he loves me, but that can’t be so.
For they tell me his heart is with another and that’s my woe.

However, the Lord knows he’s mocked me,
So perhaps I’ll flee and from him be free.
But in doing so, I must forsake my marriage vow.
Something the Lord doesn’t allow.

So here I before going to bed I pray
My love will finally see the light of day.
Remembering I’m the one with whom he wanted to forever live.
Being a Christian woman, if he does return, him I must forgive.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018

CHRISTIAN POETRY # 5 - TWO OF MY FAVORITE THINGS


TWO OF MY FAVORITE THINGS

We all have favorite things
Like the music from a harp’s strings
The first for me is the fruit of a tree
The apple is beloved my me.
And thus, my stomach is satisfied
For this is the truth, I have not lied.

Now, let me move on to my heart
For I’ve got a beloved among men
And has been with me from the start
I will say it again and again.
For my guy is the Lord,
And being with him, always strike a heavenly chord.

© Robin Leigh Morgan – October 2018












CHRISTIAN POETRY # 4 - READING A SINGLE CHRISTIAN BOOK


READING A SINGLE CHRISTIAN BOOK

I’ve really never been of the religious sect,
And it’s been this way since I’ve been a kid,
I never questioned my parents, they had my absolute respect.
And if I didn’t, I’d be in trouble heaven forbid.

As a child in school, I only read books needed for class.
Because I wanted more time with my friends.
I only wrote reviews to get a grade that would make me pass.
And if I didn’t pass, how would I make amends.

Growing up took a long time to find a mate.
For I’ve suffered with physical malady when people looked at me.
Eventually, when we finally wed, in our lives it was late.
We wound up having no kids, couldn’t adopt, it was meant to be.

Getting on in my years, I’ve become a voracious reader of books.
And writing wonderful reviews, for each one as well.
There are scads of books on my pile, and of which gets overlooks.
Why the change, I can’t find a reason to tell.

Now, recently there’s been another change
I’ve added a new book genre to the books I do.
And given my life so far, it seems sort of strange.
For adding this genre, I don’t have a single clue.

For now, I’ve got a passion for reading Christian books,
First it was five out of ten, now it’s three out of five
The percentage is increasing if anyone looks
This is the truth and is definitively no live.

As this is going I still love reading/reviewing my other stuff
From children’s book to those of a naughty type
Amazon saying I’m the tops in True Crime, should be enough
But, now I want to be tops in Christian Books, isn’t a hype.

Now, my reviewing these books has even changed.
Because, in some I’m even quoting scripture, and must find verse’s source
I know I haven’t by any means become deranged
For there must be a reason that I’m on a certain course

And so far for each review, here I’ve posted a link
My curiosity is now making me uncertain on one thing
I’m wondering about my reviews and what others about them think
Without a remark I’m sad, and getting positive ones will make me sing

As far as I can tell, I’m still basically the same kind of person
Yet my passion for books to review has been altered
For Christian Books, I still definitely a layperson
And all others haven’t at all faltered.

Perhaps what is happening isn’t unique.
Perhaps reading habits of others have also been transformed
And for me what did it take
How about READING A SINGLE CHRISTIAN BOOK?

© Robin Leigh Morgan – September 2018

Sunday, September 30, 2018

RRBC "TREAT" READS BLOG HOP # 13 - VICTORIA SACCENTI


I’m a stop on this year’s RRBC “TREAT” Reads Blog Hop, for stop #13 I have the pleasure of introducing

Author, Victoria Saccenti

A native of Cuba, Victoria grew up in the nucleus of the prestigious Alonso family, founders of the National Cuban Ballet. The artistic environment fostered her writing spirit and an insatiable curiosity to explore the world and meet different cultures. She writes romance and family sagas with complex emotional content, as the human condition in all its forms is her favorite theme.

Victoria is the author of Destiny’s Plan, Destiny’s Choice, and Destiny’s Way, and a contributor to The Ultimate Guide to Dorothy Dunnett’s THE GAME OF KINGS, by Laura Caine Ramsey. Central Florida is home, but if she could convince her husband, she would pack her computer and move to Scotland, a land she adores.



Book: DESTINY'S PLAN
Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010361G4O/

Book Blurb: One empty bus seat. Two aching hearts. A future written by Fate…When Raquelita Muro’s overbearing mother rips her and her little sister away from their beloved Papa, one tiny, rebellious corner of Raquelita’s heart is grateful that the bus is crowded, and the only seat left is out of Mama’s sight. Next to a handsome young man.

Matthew Buchanan’s beautiful traveling companion is more than something pretty to look at before he ships out for Viet Nam. Deep in her sad, whisky-colored eyes he glimpses a new dream to replace the ones he’s leaving behind. It breaks his heart to leave Raquelita in her tyrannical mother’s hands, but she gifts him with a token of love and a tender promise to exchange letters in secret.

But their first, shy “hello” has reached the ears of Fate. Fate is in the mood to see how far it can push two lonely hearts—to the brink of temptation, desperation, and despair—before they break. Perhaps beyond any hope of healing…

TRACKING DOWN THE REASON FOR MY HAVING BECOME ENTHRALLED BY CHRISTIAN BOOKS

SORRY FOR THE LENGTHY POST

Back on September 13, 2018 I did a post which dealt with my becoming enthralled with books of Christian nature. There I gave a listing of the last 10 books I had reviewed at that, indicating which ones in BOLD they were.

In the past week since that post I’ve read/reviewed 12 books [some of which were quite short and got read in about 2 hours] and of those 7 had been of the genre I’ve become enthralled, presenting about 60% of the total books I’ve reviewed during this time period.

Below is a listing of those reviews with the number representing the total of books I’ve read prior to the ones I’ve mentioned in the above mentioned post, which I’d love for everyone to check out:

935
Magnetic Identity
David Ramos
https://www.amazon.com/review/RI7JDQMZC0CDP

934
Parables and Ponderings
Lia London
https://www.amazon.com/review/R298IZEMD6NAST

933
Fix It Jesus! For Single Moms Only

931
I’m Okay
Faithaline Hippolyte

927
Too True to Tell
[where the author left a comment]

926
Illustrated Bible Verses–Vol.10

924
Just for Girlfriends!!
Angie Dent
https://www.amazon.com/R2BJNRCDU1OVGU

This sudden change in my reading/reviewing habits in somewhat puzzling as I’m not really a religious individual; which is why I’d done back through all the reviews I’ve ever posted on Amazon, via a spreadsheet listing I maintain, and I believe I found the probable starting point for the reviewing transformation occurring in my life which began on August 8th; which represent 7 out of 33 books.

911
Rediscovering Your New Life
E. Jinor
https://www.amazon.com/RBV3BVRYB31QR

908
I Don’t Have Time – My Journey to Finding God
I M. Free
https://www.amazon.com/review/R1QJO7ZPUKONZ8

907
21 Days of Fasting – God’s Way
Israel Hernandez
https://www.amazon.com/review/R16INS6H2Y42SQ

902
Gospel Truth Devotional – Revelations of Jesus Christ
Ryan David Rangel
https://www.amazon.com/review/R33H8BA2YG93XP

895
Bible Chicks – Book 2
Lakisha Johnson
https://www.amazon.com/review/R18GN7840VZASR

892
Winslow Farm
Charlotte S. Snead
https://www.amazon.com/review/R2EF7KA2M2ETIB

882
The Power of a Pulled-Out Soul
Megan Dent Nagel
https://www.amazon.com/review/R18HTNXFU47OTD

With the holiday season fast approaching perhaps one of the above books might serve as a wonderful gift for yourself or someone else.

If possible, I’d love for those reading this to repost it on your blog/website, and my THANKS for your kind support if do.

Have a BLESSED WEEK with whatever you’re going to do !!!  😊 😊 😊.

Saturday, September 29, 2018

RRBC "TREAT' READS BLOG HOP # 12 - NIA MARKOS

I’m a stop on this year’s RRBC “TREAT” Reads Blog Hop, for stop #12 I have the pleasure of introducing Nia Markos.

Author, Nia Markos

Nia Markos, born in Montreal, Canada to Greek parents who loved to indulge her with tales of mythology and history, draws inspiration from their stories and combines them with her love of the paranormal. 

For over thirty years she worked in the financial sector. An avid, ferocious reader of practically anything written, be it historical, fantasy, thrillers or spy novels, her preferred reading has been in the young adult paranormal genre. Writing is a passion, one which she discovered later in life. 

Her first book release, Elements (The Crystal Series Book One), has garnered great reviews. Three books later, the complete trilogy is available. The final installment of The Crystal Series, released in late 2017, brings a conclusion to that part of the story. Her new continuing series, The Elleanor Stone Collection, builds on that world, adding new characters and taking them on to greater adventures.


Book: ELEMENTS

Book Blurb: For eighteen-year-old Alexa finding a place to put down roots after being forced into a nomadic life by her paranoid mother was not as simple as she had believed. Her attempt to settle down in the coastal town of Beverly comes to an abrupt halt. Within months an explosion levels her apartment building, and all her preconceived ideas of her world come to an end.

Now on the run, Alexa can only follow Bet, her roommate, into the unknown, where the worlds of the Sidhe race of faeries, warlocks, daemons, and shadows, threaten her very existence. Pulled into a prophecy that she together with Aidan, the Sidhe Prince, would right their worlds, Alexa finds herself fighting against the prophecy’s telling of her being bound to Aidan. What makes it worse is her increasing attachment to his brother Liam.

With her destiny set centuries ago, can she save their worlds in time, does she have a choice in whom to love, or will choosing her own path lead to their destruction?


RRBC "TREAT" READS BLOG HOP # 11 - AMY REECE


I’m a stop on this year’s RRBC “TREAT” Reads Blog Hop, for stop #11. I have the pleasure of introducing Amy Reece.

Author, Amy Reece

Amy Reece lives in Albuquerque, NM, with her husband and family. She loves to read and travel and has an unhealthy addiction to dogs. 


She believes red wine, coffee, and chocolate are the elixirs of life and lead to great inspiration or possible great delusion. She is the author of The Seeker Series and The Way to Her Heart.





Book: THE WAY TO HER HEART
Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D5FJ41M

Book Blurb: No amount of counseling can bring Josh Harris back to his old self. After a tragedy that changed his life forever, eighteen-year-old Josh has lived in a year-long fog of medication and confusion. It’s all he can do to not think about his dad—a culinary genius who raised him in the kitchen. Thankfully, Josh inherited his golden palate and sixth sense for cooking, which is the only thing that makes sense anymore.

For a seventeen-year-old girl, life can’t get much worse… Bernie Abeyta is a senior in high school and lives with her drug-addicted mother, but has managed to keep her grades up so she can get into college. With her father in prison and her mom’s sleazy boyfriend getting too close for comfort, Bernie turns to her best friend Gabby Rodriguez for help, but discovers Gabby has gone missing. Distressed over her friend’s sudden disappearance, Bernie resorts to living out of her car while she looks for answers and tries to avoid foster care.
Part love, part mystery, part cookbook—and all heart.