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Tuesday, June 16, 2015
“21” Secrets Uncovered by Shelia M. Goss
In honor of her 21st book being released today, Shelia decided to reveal 21 secrets or things you may not know about her.
1. When I was a teenager, me and one of my best friends had aspirations on being the next rapping duo like Salt N Pepa.
2. When in high school, me and one of my best friends performed a Mary Jane Girls song in a talent show.
3. Me and my best friend once snuck into an LL Cool J after party by pretending to be the relatives of someone attending the party.
4. I've always wanted my own radio show, "Quiet Storm with Oh Shelia."
5.. I once wrote for a few confessional magazines.
6. I used to have a crush on actor Don Johnson. I've watched every Miami Vice & Nash Bridges episode.
7. My bank account is like a roller coaster...it goes up and down and sometimes it flatlines.
To see Shelia’s full 21 secrets uncovered list, please visit: http://sheliagoss.com/2015/06/16/secrets-uncovered-by-shelia-m-goss-release-day-book-21/
ABOUT SECRETS UNCOVERED
A hot one-night stand could lead to a once-in-a-lifetime chance at love.
As the producer of one of TV’s highest-rated shows, Kem Phillips has a knack for creating the perfect leading man. But love in real life? No thanks. She has no interest in repeating her mother’s mistakes.
Thank goodness the star of her newest project is discreet. No one knows about the one-night stand they indulged in at her best friend’s wedding. He’s also a gentleman who always seems to be there when she’s in a jam.
Brent McKenzie has had his share of memorable moments, but that night with Kem is as fresh and hot in his mind as if it was yesterday. He’d love to be the man who comes to her rescue in all possible ways—if she’d let him.
When an emergency call sends Kem racing home to Louisiana, she goes against her better judgment and accepts Brent’s offer to go with her. Yet as everything she thought was true about her past crumbles, is his emotional support something solid to lean on…or a crutch she dare not trust?
Secrets Uncovered is available online. Order your copy directly from the publisher https://www.samhainpublishing.com/book/5470/secrets-uncovered
or purchase from other online retailers such as:
Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/secrets-uncovered-shelia-m-goss/1122017812?ean=9781619227392
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Shelia M. Goss is a screenwriter and national bestselling author of twenty-one books. Secrets Uncovered is her twenty-first book in print. She writes in multiple genres. She's received many accolades in her career, including being nominated for a 2015 in the category USA Today says, “Goss has an easy, flowing style with her prose…” Shelia loves to hear from readers so feel free to contact her via her website: www.sheliagoss.com or follow
her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sheliagoss or Twitter @sheliamgoss.
Posted by Peggy at 6:59 AM
Monday, May 04, 2015
Searching for the perfect fabric for your new line of children's sleep ware,easy wear shirts, tees, and lounge ware, or something that lends itself to art quilting, fiber art and a host of other craft projects? Check out what's new here!
Posted by Peggy at 4:51 PM
Wednesday, April 01, 2015
Additional new fabrics! Had the pleasure of being featured in Custom Fabrics Paper.Li in the science section several days ago when the Ailanthus Webworm Moth design was introduced. Anxious to see some of the designs in quilts and other projects soon!
Posted by Peggy at 2:41 PM
Monday, March 16, 2015
(An Oxymoron Haiku)
Saw a dead buzzard
on the side of the highway -
©2015 Peggy T. Rush
I thought about the irony of what my husband and I saw on the way to church Sunday morning; a flock of buzzards obviously feasting on recent road kill along the Virginia highway. I thought too about the irony of what we saw on the way back from church; a lone buzzard that had apparently become road kill itself. Strangely it was all alone - nothing flew above it, nothing picked and pecked at it, nothing wanted to feast on it.
That set of scenarios caused me to think this was an oxymoron of the "Buzzard's Luck" theory:
Can't kill anything
nothing will die.
Somehow it seems oddly relevant and somewhat indicative of the social and political atmosphere we find ourselves dwelling within today.
Posted by Peggy at 3:57 PM
Friday, March 13, 2015
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
You young ladies did a beautiful job. I wish all of you every possible Blessing this Holy Season.
Posted by Peggy at 11:42 AM