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A Special Thank You and a question

Hello, everyone! I owe each and every one of you a very special thank you.I wanted to do this in as close to "in person" as I could, so I decided to make a video. If the video doesn't show up in the post, you can view it here: Thank you to everyone who voted for Sam! If you would like a door hanger, shoot me an email at visionwriter2 at gmail dot com. Here are a few interesting links for your weekend.  Rachelle Rea Cobb joins STT for her Book Birthday Celebration with Giveaway History of Spies in America on I'm looking for ideas and opinions on a new feature coming soon to my Author Newsletter!  I'm going to be starting a new feature in my author Newsletter and I need suggestions for a name or headline for it. I've been meeting a lot of amazing people lately. People who have inspired me and left me in wonder. But these extraordinary people are often labeled ordinary. Unsung heroes

Meet Catherine, a Runaway Cinderella in Search of Love

Today we're interviewing Catherine Malloy, the heroine from Echoes of the Heart, one of the novellas in the Pony Express Romance collection.  Welcome, Catherine! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I was born to educated parents who believed in the benefit of education, even for girls. My parents loved me, and when they died suddenly, my uncle became my ward. He told me that my father was a poor businessman—which I never believed—and he eventually hired me out as maid in a mansion in Boston. I always dreamed of marriage, but once in my destitute position, I believed my uncle when he said I could no longer expect to enter Boston society but must settle to marry another servant. What brings you to the West? I saw an advertisement for a woman to come to Kansas to marry, and I showed it to my best friend and fellow servant, Maggie. She was so excited at the prospect of getting out of Boston that I didn’t have the heart to tell her I was thinking of answering t

Sisters that Changed History: Tru'ng Sisters and Kindle Fire Giveaway!

This month in our series of Sisters that Changed History, we visit Vietnam during the first century A.D. These two gals are kinda like the Vietnamese Joan of Arc. Tru'ng Trac and her younger sister, Tru'ng Nhi were born in Gaio Chi (Northern Vietnam) to a military family. As they grew up under the Han Dynasty, Vietnam was under Chinese rule. With their father being the prefect of the county, the two girls were made to study martial arts and war strategy, which they utilized later in life. At some point, a neighboring prefect came to visit Tru'ng's father. The neighboring prefect's son, Thi Sach, met and fell in love with the eldest daughter and a marriage was arranged. Read the full article on  Giveaway Alert! I am excited to be participating in a multi-author giveaway just for you! Enter for your chance to win the grand prize of a Kindle Fire or the 1st place prize of 19 books. Don't miss your chance to win! Enter here: https://promosi