Uncategorized

A LITTLE HOLIDAY CHEER FOR YOU

FREE book until NOV. 16–and it looks good. Grab a copy!

P.C. ZICK

Click image to grab your free copy, Nov. 12-16

DOWNLOAD FOR FREE – NOVEMBER 12-16

A Merry Mountain Christmas

Links: Kindlepaperback

Blush level: So very sweet it will bring cavities!

“Now, this is what an adult Christmas story should be. It showed all the challenges that one has to face when you have become widowed such as how to take back your life, how to deal with your adult child, how to deal with loneliness and what to do when an old love re-enters your life. These are all questions that were beautifully answered in this story. I loved the pups  and her outreach to the community.” ~Crystal Crossings, Amazon VINE VOICE

A Merry Mountain Christmas stars none other than Fran, the woman who has been a mother to all of the characters in the previous books. In this Christmas novella, it’s Fran’s turn to find love. She reunites…

View original post 24 more words

Amazon, Books by Carol Ervin, The Girl on the Mountain

99 cent ebook sale:

Rose.title.FBadBuy one for a friend! Through Wednesday 11/13, the Kindle version of The Girl on the Mountain will be on sale at Amazon for 99 CENTS. Owning a Kindle reader is not necessary–readers may download a free Kindle app for computer, tablet or phone. Pass it on–reblog–tweet–or call a friend! Thank you!

Click here for the sale.

Uncategorized

BOOK REVIEW – WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING

A thoughtful review of a book you’ve read or have put on your TBR list. Check this out.

P.C. ZICK

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens sat on my book shelf for months waiting patiently until I had the time and inclination to read. Highly recommended from friends, the book remained unopened.

Then I attended a writer’s workshop with several successful authors. A question asked of a local North Carolina bestselling author resulted in a wave of comments raising disdain for the acclaimed novel.

Guess what I did when I came home? Right. I opened the book and dug into it. Before I heard one more comment–negative or positive–I needed to determine for myself what I thought about the book. Same way I felt about Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee .

Once started, I had to finish. Good sign. The language of the naturalist captured me in its net. I lost myself in the descriptions of island life off the coast of North Carolina where even the…

View original post 468 more words