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Clean Indie Reads Blog Hop

I live in West Texas so we aren’t seeing falling leaves or changing colors, but the weather has gotten cooler. Lately, the temperatures have been between 85 and 90, which compared to this summer, seems wonderful. I’m especially enjoying the early mornings, when the air has a chill to it. 

Falling Leaves, Falling Prices

To celebrate the fall season, the amazing Clean Indie Reads group has a sale going on. If you haven’t checked the Clean Indie Reads Fall Sale out, you need to! I’m planning on going shopping later today – it’s taken me this long to narrow down what I’m going to purchase because there truly are so many wonderful books available. 
Blog Hopping
I’m so excited to not only be a part of the sale, but to participate in this Blog Hop as well. I hope those of you who have been following the blog hop are having fun! I know I’ve enjoyed learning more about my fellow authors. Please make sure you check out all of the blogs participating as many are doing a giveaway and the deadlines aren’t until the sale is over!

October 5:
Linda Covella
Mary Ellen Bramwell
Tina Webb
Logan Crowe

October 6:
Tara Fairfield
Barbara A. Martin
Shanna Hatfield

October 7:
Sally Sue Fleischmann Ember
Zelda Benjamin

October 8:
Kelley Crandall
Jennifer Pitkin
Mari Barnes
Chrystal Lynn Miles Gauthier

October 9
October 10

Felicia Rogers
Ruth O’Neil
Debbie Brown

October 11
Faith Blum
Kristin Wallace
Elizabeth Kaiser

Blog Hop Question
Do the changing seasons influence your writing and/or the choice of books you read? 
This is a question that all of the bloggers participating in the blog hop have been asked. For myself, I do find that I am more inclined to write a book that takes place in colder months during the summer, and vice versa. In fact, these last two months I’ve worked on Finding Peace, where the story plays out during the month of January. I found myself enjoying the idea of colder weather and snow during the hot summer we’ve had here in West Texas. I have a feeling that the opposite may be true when I’m shivering this winter, double socks on my feet, and a mug of hot chocolate sitting on my desk. LOL 
I don’t know that the changing seasons really affect what books I read, save for one exception: I tend to only read Christmas or holiday novels during November and December. Otherwise, I choose novels based on the mood I’m in at the time. 
I just wanted to say that, when you read a book, authors love it if you have a moment to leave a review. Reviews are a great way to provide some honest feedback and help future readers choose a book. I know I truly appreciate them, and other authors do as well.
Thank You!
I am so glad that you took time today to come by my blog. I would love to hear from you! What is your favorite thing about fall? Does it affect what books you enjoy reading?
Information About My Novel

Calming the StormMy book, Calming the Storm, is on sale for $0.99 through October 11th. If you enjoy Christian romance, I hope you’ll give it a try. The story itself was on my heart for several years before I wrote the book. The song, “Sometimes He Calms the Storm,” performed by Scott Krippayne on his album, “Wild Imagination,” inspired the book. This song has been a huge help at difficult times in my life. The words in the chorus remind me that, no matter what I’m going through, God is there with me. Even when God doesn’t calm the storm that I’m struggling through, He’s here holding me as I weather it. I am so incredibly thankful for His love, peace and guidance. 
In Calming the Storm, Rachel had a rough childhood and continues to feel like she has no control over her life. She has always felt that she was at the mercy of life’s storms. When her sister – the only immediate family she has – is killed in a car accident, Rachel finds herself caring for her young niece. Struggling to find a job and a permanent place to live, Rachel is at risk of losing custody of her niece. 
Brandon teaches a class that Rachel attends, but when she has to drop out of college to take care of her niece, he becomes concerned. Learning about the difficult situation she’s in, he does the only thing he can think of to help: He suggests a marriage of convenience. With that agreement, she would have a stable living situation, a new job through his parents, and health insurance. All things that would hopefully lead to Rachel being able to adopt her niece and give her the kind of childhood she never had herself.
Brandon reaches out to Rachel as he tries to break through the walls that she’s built up over the years. With love and patience, he hopes to help Rachel realize that, even when she experiences storms in her life, she isn’t alone. 
Calming the Storm is available on Kindle as well as paperback through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and CreateSpace.
Coming in November
My next book, Finding Peace, is the first in my Love’s Compass series. The book itself is done and I’m currently in the editing process. I’m so excited about this title and I can’t wait for my readers to get to know these new characters.
Kentucky “Tuck” Chandler is a police officer in the small town of Kitner, Texas. When Laurie Blake walks in on a robbery at her photography studio, Tuck is assigned the case. 
What seems to be a simple break-in soon becomes a string of incidents. They appear to have no connection, but with each new case, more people are in danger.
Can Tuck find the answers he needs to keep Laurie safe and bring peace back to the residents of Kitner? 

It Has Begun!

Falling Leaves means Falling Prices at the Clean Indie Reads Fall Sale! 
Are you looking to stock up on a bunch of books to read over the winter? Are you thinking about sending some books to friends and family for Christmas? Check out these amazing sales! There are a lot of books available for free, $0.99, $1.99 and up. Don’t miss out! 
This sale will be going from October 5th through October 11th. 
Click here for a list of the books on sale. 

My novel, Calming the Storm, will be available for $0.99 during this sale as well. I know that I will be going through that list above and picking up some books to read. 
Click here for blog hop information.
We are also having a blog hop to go along with this sale. I will be participating in this fun event as well. Watch for my post on October 9th! Meanwhile, please do go check out the authors who are participating each day. You’ll learn more about them, their work, and some authors are offering small giveaways each day as well.
Do you like to browse on Amazon? Click here for lists related to our sale.
A member of the CIR team put together these lists on Amazon featuring all of the books we have on sale. Browse by genre to find that perfect book you’re looking for!
And remember, all of these titles are flinch-free and guilt-free!