Monday, October 21, 2013

Cover Reveal of MoonBow by Sheila Hollinghead

Look what will be released soon! 

by Sheila Hollinghead.

A widow, a doctor, an unborn child. Three lives are at risk in this high stakes suspense. Die Auserwahlten, the Chosen Ones, have impregnated Gisa with an embryonic clone. Is it evil or just a child? It's up to Dr. Rayden Brooks to untangle the web that keeps them captive and to save their lives. But will Gisa trust him?

Will be published in ebook format on December 17th by Alt Wit Press.

Sheila Hollinghead

Raised an army brat, Sheila Hollinghead discovered a treasure trove of books in the furnace room of a house while living in Toul, France. She became immersed in the books, becoming enamored of sci-fi and fantasy as well as mysteries and the classics. Many, many years later, she's married and lives on a farm with dogs, cats, and chickens. As a Christian author, she is learning to be the bow that bends in God's hand. She agrees with Emily Dickinson who said, "I know nothing in the world that has as much power as a word. Sometimes I write one, and I look at it, until it begins to shine.” 
You are going to want to keep an eye on this author!  Here's how:

Visit her on her blog, Rise, Write, Shine,, 

or on her website,

on Facebook, Sheila Odom Hollinghead, Author 

and on Twitter, SHollinghead.  

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Happy Anniversary

Today is our wedding anniversary!
October 20th

Thank you Paul, for six wonderful years. You are the best husband, friend, step-father to my children and Pop Pop to our grandchildren. I love you will all my heart!

Here's a little poem I wrote, just for you, baby:  Ahem!

You are my sunshine
You make my bones strong
Without your love,
I'd fall apart
I know, I know, it gets ya right there! Don't it?
But seriously...  I thank God for you everyday. You are an answer to my prayers when I thought He wasn't listening. I am amazed by how much you love me. How much we have in common. And how much you put up with me and ... well you know ... all the stuff. You make me happier than I ever thought possible. I will love you forever.
And all the kids go: "Ewwwwwwww!"
Here's the Anniversary card sent by my Step-mom, Betty. I think it looks just like us, don't you?

ROFL!  Thank you Betty! We love you too!