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Sarah at Christmas

Friday, December 15, 2017

Don't You Love a Sale?


My Publisher, Pelican Book Group, the Prism Imprint, has all these books on sale for .99. Wow!  At that price, you can buy a bunch of them. Don't forget my two Christmas books are here too.

Sarah and the Cowboy's Lady 
and 
Sarah and the Widow's Mate.

Over 100 Christmas books from fantastic authors on sale.








Get both these books while they are on sale. Let me know which one you like best.



Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Strange Winter in Texas






We recently had snow!  Amazing for Houston and The Texas Hill Country.  Brrrr. The dusting of snow was cold but beautiful. We were all excited, even us grown-ups. We aren't accustomed to it down here. We only had three days of cold last winter, and the rest of the season we wore shorts.

I wrote about a bizarre Texas blizzard in 
Sarah and the Cowboy's Lady. 
That doesn't happen down here, but the unusual snow storm made an interesting story. We start out in Dallas and end up on a ranch in The Texas Hill Country.


I had so much fun writing this romantic tale and it came fast and easy to me.  Sarah, the bumbling angel, slips into a human disguise and becomes Estella, a grandmotherly type.

Emily, the sweet, naive, Texan, experiences the worst day of her life, but she shouldn't worry. Sarah is on the job. Ha! Sarah can cause a worse day to go to a horrific one. She doesn't intend for chaos to happen, it just does when she's around.

Sarah, aka Estella, introduces Emily to Josiah, a cowboy hunk. And boy-oh-boy is this guy a gem. I fell in love with him myself, and I'm a happily married woman.

Josiah is rich, handsome, and responsible. He's also sexier than any man has a right to be. When he stands under the mistletoe, lifts Emily with one arm around her waist, and kisses her deeply, well, let's just say that sparks fly.  I would have loved being in Emily's place. Lifted off the floor in powerful but gentle arms and kissed in a romantic way. This cowboy dude is every woman's dream.

Josiah's grandmother plays a role in this book too. She wants to see her grandson married in the spring amidst a field of Texas Bluebonnets. Sarah promises to do her best to make that happen.

My publisher, Prism Book Group, published this book last Christmas. I sat by the fire a few days ago and read it as if I were a first-time reader and not the author. I enjoyed it. I'd forgotten how delightful Sarah is, how handsome Josiah is, and the very bad day that came Emily's way. Josiah wanted to mount his horse, Pedro, ride to Dallas and throttle the disgusting dude that hurt Emily. I wished he would.


Josiah doesn't allow his women folk to be hurt by a nutcase.

This is a heartwarming and funny book. It's also filled with a few nuggets of inspiration. Right now it's on sale for .99. I truly believe your dollar will be well-spent when you purchase a copy. It's a feel good read and we need those in this stress-filled time. This book will soon return to the original price of $2.99.



Sunday, December 10, 2017

Houston Has a Problem.



I enjoyed writing Christmas love stories. Sarah and the Widow's Mate was fun. Beth, a rich, Houston widow, has two con artists after her, and Sarah is sent to save the woman from murder and mayhem. Oh mercy! You know Sarah, she's a bumbler. Houston has a problem. Not with astronauts, but with angels.

In this story, Sarah meets the angel, Gabriella for the first time. Gabriella becomes her BFF and like a good friend, she helps Sarah through difficult moments. Everyone needs a friend like Gabriella.

There's a sexy woman in this book who tries to seduce a man with skimpy clothes and flirty ways. Sarah intervenes, and all kinds of warnings from the Superiors comes her way.. Sarah has a hard time with free will. She thinks she can keep a human from a sinful act and she goes to great lengths to impose her will on theirs. This is a no-no and she gets a reprimand on Cloud Nine.

Sarah and the Widow's Mate is heartwarming and funny.  It's on sale right now. Reduced from $3.99 to .99.  You can't go wrong by investing a mere dollar into a Sarah book. 



Sunday, December 3, 2017

Shorts in December


We won't be dressing like this today.



Not down here in the Houston area.
No coats needed



How about shorts?

Christmas time in Texas often means summer weather.  

But we can think snow and all things Santa.

My Christmas book from last year centers around a blizzard in Texas. A heartbroken lady, Emily, sets out from Dallas to Austin with the help of Estella, a tottering old lady. A rich, handsome, Good Samaritan cowboy provides shelter for the two stranded strangers. Estella, aka Sarah, the goofy angel creates romance between the two deep in the heart of Texas.



Thursday, November 30, 2017

Just in Time for Christmas

This Christmas book is on sale!  It is reduced to less than 1/2 price. Now that's a deal. It went from $2.99 to .99! What have you got to loose? Try it. Sarah will make you laugh out loud.

I just reread it a few days ago, and even thought I wrote it, I enjoyed reading it.  How about those apples?  I didn't remember a few of the phrases or incidents, and when I read them, I chucked out loud.

Sarah, the klutzy angel, is off on another adventure! I really enjoy the Sarah stories, and this tale did not disappoint. Not only was it full of the lighthearted, slapstick humor that has made me a fan of the series, but it was also full of commonsense advice. I love how the story demonstrated that the worst day of a person’s life can actually lead to incredible blessing. I had lots of fun reading this story! -- By Rocky Mountain reviews, Amazon

I love the antics that Sara finds herself in, truth to be told it would probably happen to a lot of us! Sweet Sara always keeps us either laughing or wondering what mess she is going to get into again and this book had both. Another great Angel story Ms Lewis.--A Kindle customer, Amazon
Here's a blurb.

Emily experiences the worst day of her life and leaves Dallas for Austin. At a convenience store, she meets a granny who asks for a ride. The "granny" is really Sarah, a mishap angel. Sarah's task is to comfort Emily and introduce her to a Texas cowboy. Sarah has no idea what a cowboy is, but she's on the job. It's Christmas, and Gale of the Four Winds, (another angel) blows in a bizarre Texas blizzard. After removing a few doodads from the engine, she strands Emily and herself. Josiah, the Texas cowboy sans his horse, comes to the rescue and takes them to the ranch. Sarah manages to create romance between the two but wonders how she'll return to the Heavenlies. Oops! She forgot God answers prayer. She calls on Him for assistance, and He sends Tomas, another angel. Tomas arrives as a tottering old man, driving a muscle car. The two angels drive away from the couple and leave the humans with eyes as big as salad plates. 


Who can resist a sexy, rich, Texas cowboy?   You'll fall in love with Josiah. 


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Sunday, November 26, 2017

Tree Is Up


The tree is ready for gifts now. How about yours? Are you an early gift buyer? I'm not.

So, my tree is hanging out, all alone, expecting more. The thing reminds me of the long ago years when people waited for the Messiah. They were hoping, but not expecting. 

And then a baby came.



The gifts we give to each other are often not the ones the receiver wanted, requested, or expected.

God gave His Son in an unpredicted manner. The people were anticipating a Super Hero, wearing a crown, blazing out of nowhere and riding into their midst on a white horse. At least that's the image most imagined. 



The best gifts are the astonishing ones.

Accept with Awe.


Friday, November 24, 2017

Waiting for Christmas


My favorite holiday has come and gone.

Mine was good and not so good. How about yours?

Do we expect too much?

Probably.

The good news is that we survived.

We'll go through the same varied, mixed emotions in another month. Why?




Because holidays do that to us, and Christmas is near. We want Hallmark moments, and sometimes we get them, but like pink and purple sunsets, they're rare.

Cherish the good and discard the bad.

Blessings.


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