This week’s author is one very busy lady! She’s an award winning author with a whole list of great romances in her backlist and, amazingly, she keeps them coming. This is one author you do not want to miss. It gives me great pleasure to introduce Rie McGaha.
Let’s get back to this immigrant’s story. One grey 1980 October morning, after days of waiting at a dismal town on the Ukrainian-Czech border, my family and I were braving the Soviet customs. We were surrounded: barking dogs, barking men with automatic guns, hatred and envy twisting their faces. The accursed Jews, the thorn in everyone’s side, were getting the best cut again. We were getting out, and they were staying; and whatever they could do to avenge their fate – like blatantly throw most of our possessions back behind the line, claiming the luggage exceeded the weight limit – they did. One couldn’t protest; one had to clench one’s teeth, grab the children and run, run for that door before they changed their mind, because behind that door was freedom.
No, I pretty much just follow my muse and write. I don’t plan on any particular genre, and sometimes I cross genre lines so much, it’s hard to pin it down to just one, or two…or three!
You can go for simple food for bridal shower or could arrange brunch. For this you can go for 1-2 types of soups or starters (finger food), 1-2 types of sandwiches or burgers, desserts (it could be bridal shower cake or pastries also), and drinks (wine or tea/coffee or juices).
Surrender the Dawn by Mary Lu Tyndall– Historical romance. You’ll be swept away in this seafaring imlive login between a plucky damsel-in-distress and a nefarious rake who’s selling out his country amid the War of 1812.
This is what you need to know if you are winding up in the friend zone with women, and you want to be more than friends without having to keep on going through the same process over and over. Traditional dating does very little to build attraction. It is more for courting, and courting historically had more to do with someone marrying someone from the right family than it did finding someone that you REALLY were attracted to.
Wings of a Dream by Anne Mateer– General Fiction. While war rages in Europe, Rebekah Hendricks dreams of life far beyond the family farm in Oklahoma. And when a telegram arrives in October of 1918, she believes God has provided her way of escape.