Category: Update from Jaye Frances
They arrive wrapped in welcome sunshine—drifting clouds, soaring kites, and cherry blossoms. All promises of spring. They bring with them a sense of growth and renewal, of rejuvenation and revival, and according to Alfred Lord Tennyson, “thoughts of love.”Read More
For most of us, Thanksgiving is typically a time to reunite with family and gain a few pounds from over-enjoying a table loaded with the requisite turkey, dressing, and all the trimmings. The day is also a highlight for football fans as well as signaling the traditional start of seasonal parties and marathon shopping sprees. It’s quite a contrast from the holiday’s earliest beginnings when, in 1621, the Pilgrims of New England celebrated a day of thanksgiving in gratitude for their good health and harvest, prompted in part by the death of half of the Plymouth colony from starvation and cold during the previous winter . . .Read More
On Veterans Day, we honor and commemorate the men and women who have served our country through their military service. Our focus is naturally directed toward those who fought our country’s enemies, unselfishly risking their lives to preserve a way of life that is without equal anywhere in the world. Most of these men and women have very personal stories about their war-time duty—memories about a particular event or situation that touched their lives while, in many cases, they were far from home . .Read More
In the neighborhood of my youth, Halloween was strictly for children. In small towns and rural areas, there were few, if any, Halloween parties for adults. It was simply a time for kids, costumes, and collecting candy from the neighbors.Read More
It happens every year . . . We work like mad, rising with the sun, bustling through the day, dropping into bed at night exhausted and stressed. And just like the movie, “Groundhog Day,” we wake up the next morning and do it all over again. Lather, rinse, repeat . . .Read More
Nora was eight years old when she met Georgia. They became instant friends, meeting after class to play in the barn behind Nora’s house. There was nothing unusual about their friendship, except that Nora was white and Georgia was black. Read the inspiring story of a “secret” friendship that blossomed into a sisterhood lasting over 85 years.Read More
Enter a world of danger and intrigue, a place where trust, honor, and dignity are cloaked in a veil of lies and deceit – Welcome to a World Without Love . . .
Through the entire month of April, you can pick up the complete trilogy in eBook for only $4.99! All three books in the series are included in one handy format. Here’s a quick look at the story . . .
World Without Love – The Series
A suspense thriller series with an erotic edge . . . Pick up the entire trilogy in eBook for only $4.99. All three books are included in one handy format. World Without Love-The Complete Series is available from Amazon and B&N