Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Have you read Joint Cooperation?

Over the summer I did a weekly installment of a short story in the Liz Baker Universe called Joint Cooperation. This short story is centered around Chad and Monty while Liz was missing in book 8. For seven weeks I put out a free chapter (two on the first week) for anyone who wanted to read them. If you haven't read it, but would like to, now is a good time to get caught up.

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The reason I'm bringing this up today is the story will be removed from Google Docs on September 30th. After that it will be tucked away with my other free reads on my website, which will require a (free) newsletter subscription to read. You can read it now or bookmark the page to read later, but definitely get to it before the end of September if you'd like to read worry-free.

This story is only 8 chapters, so it's a pretty quick read, and gives you a bit of insight on the feelings and struggles Chad and Monty go through while looking for Liz. This is a first for the Liz series, and for these men. 



Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Dozens of Free eBooks!

Good morning, everyone. I hope July has been treating you well. We've had a busy one here at the Silvers' Household, with more to come. This month The hubs and I finished a little project we've been working on a while. Or maybe I should say: It has been sitting in the corner of my dining room for a while. LOL! If you're one of my newsletter subscribers you've already seen it and know about the history behind this TV console. If you aren't, the short story is it was a TV my parents bought together back in the 80's, but couldn't afford, so my aunt took over payments. Then when she decided to downsize her home and move, she asked if I wanted it. Ta-Da! A new entertainment center for me, and a new life for the old console.



Not only did we finish that project, but last weekend Mr. Silvers and I had the opportunity to go to Atlanta and enjoy the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibition. I loved it! His paintings are some of my absolute favorites, so being able to sit in a giant room surrounded by moving scenes from all of them had me mesmerized. "Starry Night" is my favorite of all time, making the time it was showing amazing for me. 


This coming weekend, my youngest kiddo will be taking her driver's test. I'm really hoping she passes because this Mom is tired of driving her back and forth to work. And I know her dad is tired of his training job (I taught the older two and decided I'm just not up for a 3rd, so I left it up to him this time). LOL!

After allllllll that, next weekend is vacation!! We will be taking a week away to relax on the beach of Tybee Island, GA. This is our favorite place every. One day (after this mortgage is paid off) I hope to buy our own home there. 

Lastly, I wanted to share some book promos going on right now. My first Liz Baker book, Time for Death, is in both of these, but there are also dozens of other books up for grabs, too. These promos last until the 31st, so snag the books you're interested in and fill those eReaders. :)







Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Free short story for the summer!

Happy June, everyone. If you're on my newsletter list you know it's been a crazy time around the Silvers Household. We've had birthdays and major purchases, as well as veggie and fruit gardening, and book writing. All of that on top of a very hot Spring. With Summer just around the corner, I anticipate an even hotter and busier season to come. 

In the meantime, I wanted to share the new short story I have going these days. Joint Cooperation is a short story in the Liz Baker world, but this one is all about Chad and Monty. The story takes place during Liz's captivity in book 8, so it should be read after that one to get the full effect.

I'll be sharing one chapter each week over the next several weeks. I started out last week with the first two chapters, and chapter three is up this week. If you haven't checked it out yet, click on over and see what the guys are up to. Feel free to bookmark the page and come back any time to read at your leisure.