Wednesday, August 29, 2018


Isn't it telling that the Democratic Party is honoring Senator McCain instead of his own? He may have crossed the aisle a few times--McCain/Feingold most famously--but he has always been a hardcore Republican and conservative. He's also been what I consider a hawk and a war monger. Let us not forget the "Bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb bomb Iran" ditty he sang at one of his campaign rallies during the 2008 election to the tune of a Beach Boys' song. And he brought Sarah Palin into the National spotlight, which was downright criminal, IMHO.

But he was also a Vietnam veteran, a former POW--vilified by our current POTUS, Cadet Bonespurs. He has served his country honorably in the US Senate for DECADES, and did so with honor and selflessness. I don't recall any big scandals from his office--only dedication and hard work. 

His own party has turned on him, because he remained loyal to his country and the Constitution. As a tortured POW in Vietnam, he rightfully and vigorously opposed GW and Cheney regarding the use of torture at Guantanamo after 9/11. He stood up against #45 when he attempted to take medical care away from millions of Americans by dismantling the Affordable Care Act without a viable replacement.

You may recall that Senator Robert Dole behaved in a similar manner toward the end of his career, and went to the Senate floor in a wheelchair to plead cooperation between parties. He was ignored by his own. 

The far right leaning of the inhumane Christian Taliban, Russian backed GOP has become the American Fascist Party. I don't know what else to think of it. They don't even respect their own elder statesmen. 

That disgusts me.

So the Democratic Party steps forward, crosses the aisle, and honors the elder GOP statesmen the reThuglicans have turned their backs on. It isn't because those elder statesmen became Democrats or worked with our party. It's because they served their nation honorably and deserve our respect.

This is one of the major--MAJOR--differences between our parties. Michelle Obama put it best. She said, "When they go low, we go high." 

Here we go again. We snowflakes, liberals, progressives and Democrats will honor even the Republicans who served our country. 

We have hearts, thinking minds, class, a good sense of right and wrong--sigh--and believe in the principles our Forefathers established for our nation. Let us honor those for Senator John McCain and all those who serve our country well, regardless of their party affiliation. 

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Saturday, August 25, 2018

Time-Travel with Me!

I have 3 new time travel reissues with HOT new covers. I hope you enjoy them. ALMOST AN ANGEL coming shortly.


A bad hair day? Or the adventure of a lifetime…? Abandoned in a Rocky Mountain cabin, hairdresser Jackie Clarke wonders if a bad hair day can get any worse after smooth-talking lover Blade makes off with her car, her cash and her dignity. Her answer comes when a blizzard strands her in a ghost town, then a blazing inferno and a lewd painting thrust her back to 1891, where she is mistaken for famous saloon singer, Lolita Belle. Cole Morrison is a single father and reluctant gold-miner-turned-kidnapper. Desperation forces him into the battle between warring mining town saloons over Lolita Belle. Why does anyone want that sassy redhead anyway? She can't carry a tune, but Lolita-who-calls-herself-Jackie may be the answer to all his dreams…. Is Jackie still having a bad hair day…? Or is this miner with a heart of gold the spa treatment of a lifetime…?    for all the digital links.

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Another Dawn he was never meant to see…. Thrust into the past moments before his execution, Luke Nolan finds himself living a new life in the 19th century town of Redemption, Colorado. In love with a woman he dare not embrace, he runs from a future he cannot reconcile. Will love betray his secrets? Is there hope for the passion he feels for Sofie? Will she believe in his innocence? As the clock ticks, Luke discovers they are not alone. Haunted and hunted by the future, will their love survive to see another dawn...?  for all digital links.

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A man out of time. A woman out of options.

Natchez detective Mike Laferty will do anything to undo his brother-in-law's murder. A man named Slick offers him a deal he can't refuse—go back to June 19th, the day before the killing. Mike strikes the deal and wakes up on June 19th gazing down the barrel of an antique gun held by Abigail Kingsley, who confirms it is June 19th, but the year is 1865. Now Mike must prevent the murder from over a century in the past, while being taunted by a shape-shifting Slick. The devil may own his soul, but Abigail stakes a powerful claim on his aching heart. Will her darkest secret be his ultimate undoing…?

"Dirty Harry" meets "Scarlett O'Hara" and there's Hell to pay….  for all digital links.

Happy reading!