Amazon Bestseller!!!

Thank you to EVERYONE who bought copies, and everyone who prayed…

Yesterday Angel-Lover MADE #1 BESTSELLER of all paid YA, Christian, issue-driven fiction!!!



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Praise God!  Pray for all of the people who will be reading the gospel!  ❤

You can purchase a copy of this bestseller here!

Preciously Precocious Children – Part 3

GemEleven-year-old Gem has traveled from his home planet of Topha to meet with ten extraordinary children, all sixteen and under. These children have been given the RJ Conte label of “Preciously Precocious” and are heroesGem 2 of their own stories.


Gem, future possible savior of his fragile planet, is prepping to take on the planet’s core with the power of his mind.  For motivation, he’s interviewing child heroes.



And now for the final installment of interviews! And make sure you check out each of their amazing stories – all of which are on Amazon – including Gem’s!


  1. Footer - Footer Davis Probably is Crazy - 11Fontana “Footer” Davis, 11 years old, of Footer Davis Probably is Crazy by Susan Vaught

Gem: Do you prefer English or math?

Footer: I prefer anything Ms. Perry doesn’t teach. I really like English because Ms. Malone teaches it, and she gets me, you know? She didn’t even make me go to the office over that serial killer book.

Gem: (laughs) I get you there.  Some of my supervisors’ minds are really awful and unkind places (I have telepathy). I prefer Soleil in every way.

Okay, you get a dingbat as a pet.  What do you name it?

Footer: What’s a dingbat?

Gem: Anything you want it to be.  A fictional pet.  (grins)

Footer: If it’s anything like a walrus, don’t get it near me. Seriously. Walruses are creepy. If it looks like a kitty, I’d call her Dorothy for Dorothy Thompson, who was like the bravest, coolest journalist in history. I think I’ll be an investigative journalist. I like investigating stuff, and I plan to find these two kids who went missing from the farm behind my house.

Gem: (cheers) Go Footer!  So what’s the bravest thing you’ve ever done?

Footer: I do a lot of brave things, like clean snake guts off bird feeders, look at pictures of walruses, and try to keep my friend Peavine’s little sister Angel from stealing all my books (she’s plotting my murder, no doubt), and show up in 5th period every day even though Ms. Perry is there (probably plotting my murder too).

Gem: (laughing harder) How you feel about walruses is how I feel about sloths.  (shudder)  Thanks, Footer!  Stay alive!  🙂

Footer Davis is on the case when two kids go missing after a fire in this humorously honest novel that is full of Southern style.510r0Cpkh4L

Here are some things that are true about Footer Davis:
1. She has a BB gun named Louise.
2. Walruses freak her out.
3. Her mom has bipolar disorder.

But she wants you to know that it’s not that big a deal. She’s just Mom, and usually she’s fine except sometimes when she doesn’t take her pills. But right now what’s most important to Footer is what happened to those kids at the Abrams farm. See, there was a fire there a few nights ago, and those kids haven’t been seen since. Pretty sure they got burned up. What Footer and Peavine—that’s her best friend—want to know is who started the fire?

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Blondie - Blondie McGhee - 92. Blondelle “Blondie” McGhee, 9 years old, from Blondie McGhee: At Your Service by Ashley Eneriz

Gem: What do you believe about love?

Blondie: I really love being a detective, and I really love my dachshunds (a.k.a. wiener dogs), Emma and George – although George can be a pain in the behind most of the time!  He has helped me solve several cases.

Gem: I wish I had a pet!  So who do you get along better with: your mom or dad?

Blondie: Hmmm… That’s a tricky one. Both of my parents are pretty cool, but I am still on cloud nine from when my dad put together the most awesome surprise with clues.

Gem: I miss my parents.  That’s really cool.  So what’s the bravest thing you’ve ever done?

Blondie: Go into my school attic when some other girls told me it was haunted. I was scared of running into a ghost – or even worse, the principal – but I had no idea what kind of adventure I was really about to be in!

Gem: Now I want to know!

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Need a professional detective?
You’ve come to the right girl.

Blondie’s the name and solving cases at Graham Elementary is my game. 

I promised I would never, ever solve a case for that meanie, Owen Thomas, but when he is accused of starting the crazy food fight and is about to be expelled, I am his only hope.

Can I wipe his name clean of mashed potatoes before the principal expels Owen for good?

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Ruby - Healing Ruby - 133. Ruby Graves, 13 years old, from Healing Ruby by Jennifer H. Westall

Gem: Do you ever have a dream while you’re sleeping that makes you not want to wake up?

Ruby: Sometimes I dream about being with my daddy. He was strong and good to me, and I miss him like crazy. I dream I’m sitting at his feet again in front of the fire, listening to his deep voice read his Bible before breakfast. I wake from those dreams with a sad kind of joy, missing him so much, but knowing I’ll see him again someday.

Gem: I wish I could’ve met your dad.  So, on a less sad note… who’s the most irritating person in your life? (laughs)

Ruby: I swear, I can’t pick just one. My brother Henry loves to pick on me, and I could just punch him in the mouth sometimes. But my oldest brother James might be even worse. At least Henry plays with me and makes me laugh. Ever since Daddy died, James acts like I’m a burden he has to carry to Timbuktu and back twice a day. Why, he even tried to marry me off just to get rid of me!

Gem: Wow.  Maybe I’m glad now I never had brothers!  So what’s the bravest thing you’ve ever done?

Ruby: I don’t see myself as brave. It just seems like there are times when God calls me to act, and doing so puts me in the middle of a storm, sometimes literally. I’ve learned to trust Him, even if it means running headlong into the storm, because He is in the storm. Nahum 1:3 says, “The Lord is slow to anger and great in power, and the Lord will by no means clear the guilty. His way is in the whirlwind and storm, and the clouds are the dust of His feet.” I don’t know why He calls me, I just know I have to obey.  I’m not brave. I just choose to trust Him.

Gem: You have amazing faith, Ruby.  I needed that.  Thank you!

Ruby Graves, a young girl in Depression-era Alabama, faces the hardships of poverty and 51jNtK+qVFLloss with as much faith as she can muster. At only the age of thirteen, she’s already lost a younger brother to illness, and now faces losing both her father and the boy who’s stealing her heart to illnesses as well. Armed with her beloved Scriptures, she prays daily for their healing, only to have her tender faith shattered by her father’s death. Through her pain, she’s able to connect with her long-lost Uncle Asa, who’s mere presence at his brother’s funeral brings murmurs of a scandalous past involving her parents and a prominent local pastor, Irwin Cass. When Ruby discovers that one of Asa’s many secrets is an ability to heal, and that she may be next in line for the “gift,” she vows to find the faith that has eluded her so far, a faith that could mean never losing loved ones again. But faith and doubt can’t reside in the same heart, not according to her father, and doubt is Ruby’s constant companion. As she struggles to find the true meaning of faith, she’s opposed at every turn by the pastor who would see her family destroyed and a community that can’t see deeper than the color of one’s skin. Through her search for a faith that could move mountains and a true understanding of her gift, can Ruby trust in a God that may require the ultimate sacrifice?

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Chad - Angel-Lover - 164. Chad Burnhill, 16 years old, from Angel-Lover by RJ Conte

Gem: Hey Chad!  So I’m an INTP.  What’s your Myers-Briggs type?

Chad: Hey.  So that’s a really interesting question.  For a long time, I was convinced I was an INFJ.  I think I have two very strong J parents – workaholics, driven people.  But in reality, I found out recently I’m actually INFP.  It explains a bunch, including my depression and artistic creativity.

Gem: So we’re close in type, except you’re the mushy emotional version of me, eh? Okay, feeler, tell us a secret you’ve never told another soul.

Chad: Oh great.  Now I’m going to feed into your perception that I’m a soft feely guy… I’m in love with Angelique Rose – this angel at my school.  She’s not a literal angel, I don’t think… I mean, she sure looks like one with the blond curls and all… (coughs ) Something’s seriously different about her, and I’m going to figure it out.

Gem: Blondes, eh?  I hear you on that one.  (winks) What’s the bravest thing you’ve ever done?

Chad: Stepped foot in this mega church in my area.  Walking into one of those religious places was absolutely terrifying.  Then coming clean to my parents about what I thought later… Whew.  I have a feeling I’m going to have to be really brave about some other things too because I have a feeling all’s not right in Angelique’s world…

Gem: Stay strong, man!  We’re rooting for you!2D

Chad is a reclusive teenager whose thoughts are full of loneliness and suicide. The only thing that he obsesses over more than planning his own death is the nicest, sweetest, most beautiful girl in school. As he stalks her and watches her, he learns the truth about what she believes in and, in the process, finds Someone Else he did not expect.

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Pretty Pictures of Leading Ladies!

Thank you for rejoicing with me over this miraculous pregnancy!!!

I’ve got more exciting news for you guys soon, but today I want to share what I’ll be doing on my Facebook author page all month.  July marks my thirtieth birthday as well as my 10th anniversary of being a published author.  My first book, Dashwood Avenue, turns ten years old!

Therefore, I’ll be running sales and doing fun facts all month on the Facebook page.  Make sure you like the page so as not to miss a thing.  🙂

Also, I created a collage of my leading ladies (or love interests) in my books.  Posting it here to entice you to read these girls’ stories.

You can find all of my books (Vivien’s story coming soon!) on by clicking right HERE.

RJ's Leading Ladies

RJ’s Leading Men

I just recently realized that the guys, in my books, all tend to be feely, emotional men – well, all except Toby from The Hotline Girl.  But even he turns into a softie after meeting Arabella Rose. 😉

This cracked me up.  I sure love to explore emotions and give the reader something to cry and laugh about. 🙂

Since I now have nine novels/novellas/short stories out on the market, and a full-length novel hopefully to be released soon as well as another short story, I thought it was high time I gave you a line-up of my leading men, along with facts about them, and even a secret or two.  These are all of my “babies,” and I love them. 🙂

If you all like this, maybe I’ll do the girls next.  😉

Feel free to ASK the guys questions!  The guys will answer any questions in the comment section.  😀  Also, if you have read ANY of these books already, please click the links to their Amazon profiles and leave me a review!  Reviews help get Amazon’s algorithm to notice my books and promote me!  Thank you!


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shutterstock_95304436Age: 16

Height: 5’6″

Weight: 105 pounds

Light brown hair, blue eyes

Myers-Briggs Type: INFP

Only child

Hobbies: Drawing, writing poetry, video games, listening to music, watching movies, stalking Angelique Rose

Dream: Marry Angelique Rose, not die, beef up

Greatest fears: Death, people, being alone, being misunderstood, rejection

Secrets: Has a heart arrhythmia, is madly in love with Angelique Rose

Chad gave us an interview here!  To ask Chad further questions, leave a comment in the comment section below.

Read all about Chad in Angel-Lover (copyright 2010) here in paperback and here for Kindle.


Age: 28

Height: 5’11”

Weight: 170 pounds

Blond hair, grey eyes

Myers-Briggs Type: ENTP

Only child

Hobbies: Comedy (reading, writing, and watching it), reading the news, politics, thrill-seeking activities, meeting new people, acting, and cooking

Dream: Get to put his handprints into the ground in front of the TCL Chinese theater in Hollywood, win a PGA, People’s Choice, and Emmy award

Greatest Fears: Losing his fame, losing his charm, looks, and skills, rejection, loneliness

Secrets: Still wishes his mother was around to sing to him.  Is really afraid that he’s pushing it with his crudity but has no idea how return to tamer content – and is afraid he’ll lose his edge – so he keeps pushing for stranger and meaner content in his talk show.  Is actually seriously lonely.

Ask Toby a question in the comments!

You can read about Toby in The Hotline Girl (copyright 2015) here in paperback and here for kindle.


8ef6b-ianAge: 19

Height: 5’10”

Weight: 155 pounds

Brown hair, blue eyes

Myers-Briggs Type: ENFJ

Oldest child

Hobbies: designing shoes, working with his hands, research, inventing, repair work, detail work, ophthalmology, medical study, human eyes

Dream: To be an eye doctor that eventually goes on the mission field and brings glasses and vision correction to third world countries

Secrets: Had a crush on Macy as a little kid.  Her kiss rekindled it way too easily – he’s worried about how quickly he gets his heart involved.  Actually shed tears the first night he moved away from home.  Will never admit it.

Greatest fears: That something terrible will happen to his younger sisters and Macy.  That he won’t be there to protect those he loves.  That his deep feelings are being taken advantage of.  That his emotions are a bit much, and that he’s not as manly as he should be.

Ask Dillan a question in the comment section below!

You can read about Dillan in The 12th Girl in Heaven here in paperback or here for kindle.



LucasAge: 17

Height: 5’8″

Weight: 133

Blond hair, green eyes

Myers-Briggs Type: ISFJ

Hobbies: Reading, drawing, nature, hiking, listening to music

Dreams: To change the world by creating a place for comfort and peace, to counsel and help others, to find someone who will love him and never leave him

Greatest fears: Lucent Sylphs (alien pets that are all the rage among his friends), his father, rejection, blood and gore, talking to girls

Secret: He actually fell in love with Nissa.

Ask Lucas a question below!

You can read about Lucas in Lucent Sylph, here in paperback or here for Kindle

Lucent Sylph is always free on Kindle!



ShaleAge: 20

Height: 6’0″

Weight: 175 pounds

Blond hair, brown eyes

Myers-Briggs Type: INFP

Hobbies: Playing the guitar, listening to music, video games, watching movies, school

Dreams: To be a corporate giant some day, to get a girl who will adore him

Greatest fears: That he really has done nothing important for the world, that he’ll turn into his father, and that everyone is lying to him and wearing a mask, that he can trust no one.

Secrets: If he told you, he’d have to kill you.  He’s got a big one.

Shale is starring in Heartsick, a Christian romantic suspense that you can find here for paperback and here for Kindle!



Age: 14

Height: 5’4 3/4″

Weight: 120 pounds

Red hair, green eyes

Myers-Briggs Type: ENFJ

Second born of 8 children

Hobbies: Fishing

Dream: To be a commercial fisherman, marry Kiralee Nottingham, and live in Upper-Chern for the rest of his life

Greatest fears: Being looked down upon, not being given a chance, that his parents – especially his father – really don’t love him and think little of him

Secrets: George has had a crush on Kiralee since before he could remember.  His parents hang on the verge of divorce and have kids to stay together.  Much pressure is put on the kids to make their mom happy, but there are so many of them, and they are so unruly, that they are sent each summer to their grandparents.

To ask George a question leave a comment in the comment section below!

Read all about George in Dashwood Avenue (copyright 2006) here in paperback and here for Kindle


Your turn!  Ask my guys – or me – any questions!  Hope you enjoy my baby boys.  😀

I Will Not Subject Your Sensitive Soul to Erotica – and Other Promises from BlondeRJ

Hello and welcome to my crazy, multi-faceted, hyper-active blog!

Due to having a bunch of new subscribers to welcome and introduce myself to (Hooray!), it’s about time I explain where I stand as an authoress – I like that old-fashioned feminine word so much better, don’t you?  🙂

Some of my reader base has been with me through my pimply teen years, reading every little thing I put out, like the faithful church family they were.  But, as I take my business to the next level, and as my writing changes and matures, it’s important to let you new readers (as well as the old ones!) know what you can expect from me.

Thanks for reading and giving me a chance!  I try to thank each and every one of you who comment, buy books, and give me feedback.  Without your feedback, I lose motivation to write, so it’s invaluable to me.  Each reader is precious, and I mean that!  ❤  (It’s why I give away so much free stuff.  I love you guys so much.)

1. I am a Christian writer.

I go to a Bible church that’s very much reformed evangelical.  And I write from that viewpoint.  Even books like The Hero of the Wars of Mougle, The Hotline Girl, and The 12th Girl in Heaven, which don’t necessarily talk about Christ, have a very strong moral message.  My main characters are obviously Christians in the conclusions they come to and the decisions they make.  Some of my work is flat-out evangelical, like Angel-Lover.  This may not be your cup of tea, but that’s just how it is.  I write to please my Father in heaven first and foremost, myself second ( 😛 ), and the reader third.  You really want it that way.  If I don’t even like my own books, neither will you, because it will show.

2. I write for young adults (15+) and new adults (18-35), although some may be enjoyed by the whole family! 

I may talk about some tough material like cutting, depression, alcoholism, drugs, or trafficking, but

A. I will warn you ahead of time which book it’s in when I promote it.

B. I do not write gory details.  I never write on dark topics in an explicit, R-rated style.  I touch on them and move on.  I do not sit and dwell on sin, nor do I describe it in detail.  For instance, “Mean Girls” disgusted me.  “Grease” made me want to throw something at the TV.  I hated both movies very much (but that’s a different topic for another time!)  I may write about worldly sororities in The 12th Girl in Heaven, but it will never come close to the level of the “Mean Girls” movie or a make out scene from “Grease.”  If I were to rate the level of intensity in my books, it would hit at about “A Walk to Remember.”  (LOVE that movie btw.  And the book’s even better.  😉 )

3. My genre is realistic, issue-driven, contemporary fiction.

My first novel, Dashwood Aveune, published back in 2006, was a pre-teen historical mystery, but I have completely switched genres since then.

I don’t think there’s anything wrong with God-honoring fantasy (Love me a good sci-fi book though!  Did you know I’m a total Stargate fan?  Oh yeah, and I watched Nex-Gen too.  :-D), but I just don’t write it.  (At least not yet!)  I’m not really a fantasy lover, and I feel like the world has quite a few amazing fantasy writers already.  What we don’t have enough of is realistic, issue-driven fiction.  Stuff that you’d see next door.  Real-life issues teens and young people face.  Real change.  Real hearts.  Real lives.  We lack this concept so much that there’s not even a genre for it.  It’s a shame.  😦

4. I don’t write erotica.

Never will.  Intimacy is best experienced for oneself with your spouse.  You never have to worry that my books will be in the R-rated category.  I do not write sex scenes.  I do not even write romance that I think give girls unrealistic expectations as to what men are like or what a relationship could be like.  I promote realistic consequences for all choices.

5. I don’t write supernatural/ghost stories/spirit world/other religion stories.

In 1 Samuel 28, we read that Saul’s entire army was condemned to failure due to Saul’s sin of having a witch contact a dead person.  Later, in 1 Chronicles 10:13-14, it clearly says God took Saul’s life for what he did with the witch.  In both Deuteronomy and Leviticus, it says those who consult with the dead are condemned by God.  There are no such things as ghosts, only God has the power to raise the dead, and the resurrection of Jesus Christ is a cornerstone of my faith.  It churns a sick feeling in my gut when I come across ghost stories.  I can’t get behind them.  Clearly, you could interpret this differently on the subject of fiction, and I am not the judge of what you personally write or read.  I’m just telling you how I feel on the subject, and what to expect in my books.

6. I personally don’t enjoy violence.

I keep any violence (of which there is precious few in my genre of writing) to a PG.  I promise.

7. I don’t do swear words.

Just a personal preference due to the audience I market my stuff to.  I’m a literary fictionist, and I like my words to be beautiful, even with realistic dialogue.  No offense if you disagree and like your rougher characters to swear.  It’s just not my personal preference.

8. I promise to always show that sin comes with consequences.

My characters are far from perfect because I harp on realism.  I want you, the reader, to be able to learn and grow with my character.  Some times they do everything wrong.  But I never, ever glorify their wrong choices.  The Bible features many accounts of people making every mistake possible – always showing that a holy God is watching and controls the outcome.  I strive for this same sort of accountability to God.  “But I tell you that everyone will have to give an account of every careless word spoken (or written!)” (Matthew 12:36)  I like to present to my readers a world that is realistic, and to give thought for future actions.  Please feel free to always point out if you think I fall short in any way in this department.

9. I am open to discussing any and every thing I write. 

Don’t like something?  Comment on this blog or email me.  (  Want a sneak peek to evaluate it for your teen?  Email me.  Have a good idea?  Email me.  Want someone to look over your own writing?  Email me.  Want to discuss how to help teens and young adults?  Email me.  Want a personal testimony from how I’ve struggled as a teen and young adult?  Email me.  Want to know more about Christ?  EMAIL ME. 

Get the picture?  I want to be REAL.  I want to be the real-est author you’ve ever read.  The most accessible and friendly and understanding.  I want this to be a ministry.  I want to love and help YOU with your life, and accept your help with mine!  I will do that in any way possible – and writing is just one way.  I care about you, my reader, and I want my books to be nothing but God-glorifying in your life.  I want it to change your thinking and motivate you on to righteous living.  I pray about that constantly.  Please let me know how I’m doing.

Comment with any other questions you might have!  This is a new blog format – and I quite like it.  The comment button is now at the top of the post, not below this any more.  Please leave one and give me any thought you have.

And keep your eyes open for my new novellas this summer! 

Angel-Lover for $4.00! And Two Others Available on Kindle

My novels are now all available on Amazon!  And Angel-Lover’s new cover is ready.  😀

Click here to see my author page, and check out my info and bookshelf.

My first novel, Dashwood Avenue, was published July, 2006 – 8 1/2 years ago!

Here is a blurb: It is 1953 and life for Kiralee Nottingham is dull, boring, and completely lacking in excitement. You dashwoodcan’t get a much smaller, quaint, seaside town than Upper-Chern, South Carolina. No one moves in or out and summer renters are a rare treat. The only kids Kiralee’s age are an obnoxious group that visit every summer. The oldest, George, is Kiralee’s personal irritant. Then, the elusive Slater family moves in. At first it appears they are the friends Kiralee dreamed about, but everything is not as it seems. With them come mystery, trouble, and adventure and Kiralee finds herself right in the middle of it! All the while, Kiralee is growing from awkward tomboy to young lady and George is leaving his old life as a spoiled rich boy to become an ally and friend.

You can now find Dashwood Avenue in paperback from on, and also for Kindle. (Appropriate for age 8+)


My second little sci-fi short story, The Hero of the Wars of Mougle (appropriate for age 10+) is now on Amazon Kindle as well – or in paperback form on

Blurb: The distant planet of Mougle, inhabited by a creature made entirely out of a dust-like substance, has been at war for many dustquakes. Generational tradition of hatred and animosity runs deep, and it’s up to one general, with the help of a tragic secret, a sincere love, and a mysteriously compassionate friend, to lead his planet to the biggest battle of all.


And lastly, if you’d like to order a print version of Angel-Lover (appropriate for age 16+), it’s ready with a new cover and back.  The back features Chad’s special angel drawing, so it’s a fun copy to have.

It’s also, for the next two weeks (until January 24, 2015), available for only $4.00!  2DYou save 60%! 

This is a special promotion to celebrate the new cover.

It’s also on Amazon Kindle for $0.99 – and you can read it on any digital device, like even a laptop.

Blurb: Chad is a reclusive teenager whose thoughts are full of loneliness and suicide. The only thing that he obsesses over more than planning his own death is the nicest, sweetest, most beautiful girl in school. As he stalks her and watches her, he learns the truth about what she believes in and, in the process, finds someone else he did not expect.

Happy reading and thank you for your support!  God bless all of you!

WINNER of Angel-Lover edition 2!

Using dice, the winner, of a paperback copy of Angel-Lover with its brand new cover, is…

Sarah C.!!!3D_2

Sarah, I have your address, and will be sending a copy your way of Angel-Lover, in all its new glory!  Congratulations and thanks for participating in the giveaway!

There’s still a giveaway the rest of you can win.

Chad’s journal, complete with the old picture of Chad, as well as his angel drawing, is still waiting for one amazing fan!

Chad JournalSubscribe to this blog by clicking “subscribe to blog via email” in the upper right hand side of this page, or, if you are already subscribed, share any (or many!  Each share earns you one entry!) blog entry on any social media site – and link back to it in a comment anywhere on this blog, letting me know what you’ve done.  Each share earns you another entry into winning the journal.  We only need five more subscribers to hit 75 and announce a winner!

Thanks, all!   And be watching for my post, this weekend, about Angel-Lover now being sold with the new cover, as well as my two older books ready to go on Amazon Kindle.  🙂


ANGEL-LOVER Cover Reveal!

Here it is!  In all its beauty!

Thank you, Petercover from Fiverr!

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I love it!!

In the next week, I will transition this cover onto both websites that sell Angel-Lover: and

So, if you want the first edition old cover for your collection, now is the time to grab it by ordering it right here:

Paperback, e-book, or Kindle

GIVEAWAY: Comment on my this post about my new cover.  Let me know you love it and that you want it!  I will give a paperback copy with the new cover away to a random commenter (on Facebook or this blog.)

Thanks for being here for the reveal!   Happy reading!  Subscribe for more news!  😀


This year, I am taking my authoress business seriously.  Amazon Kindle was a great start.

But the next step is definitely a professional cover for Angel-Lover.

Petercover on Fiverr is working on an amazing design to revamp Angel-Lover for its second edition!

I hope, tomorrow, to unveil the new cover!

For now, let me give you a sneak peek of the model I found, and whose picture I bought, to become our Angelique.  Isn’t she gorgeous?  She is absolutely perfect.

Please welcome Angelique!  (I’m leaving the watermark on her face for now to protect my picture.)


Stay tuned, tomorrow, for the unveiling of the full cover!