Ships CompanSHIP, FriendSHIP, RelationSHIP

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Ships are created when a straight woman finds herself falling in love with a gay
women. The complexities of maintaining such a friendship and relationship over
the next 20 years.

Joan is a world renowned artist who is straight, has
three children and is content with her life when she meets Grace, a respected
psychiatrist who also happens to be a lesbian. Joan is conflicted and has to
deal with her feelings, the incredible woman she finds herself in love with, and
the relationship that occurs over the rest of her life.

REVIEWS for SHIPS:

This is another great title by an amazing creator of character’s so real, you
blink twice to make sure you aren’t apart of the plot! Thank you K’Anne for
another fine piece of work! I love the style and the story line in this one. It
has just about everything- mystery, romance and alot of emotions so real, you
are either crying , laughing or sensing fear as well. I would highly recommend
this for anyone looking for more than just romance. It has everything and keeps
you flipping pages for more.

a wonderful story of life between two people with all of associated highs and
lows. I loved the story, especially the ending. It made me cry. Thank you
K’Anne.

From the very beginning this story grab hold and refused to let go until every
last page had been read. The ups and downs lead to much laughter and even tears
but left you feeling like you had lived it with the characters. I love a book
that can make you feel like your a part of it. I will enjoy reading this book
many times over as it has become one of my favorites.

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THANK YOU

I would like to thank EVERYONE who participated in our FREE giveaway of author’s books, novels, and novella’s.  I hope everyone found a new author that they loved.  Be sure after you have read the work that you go back and leave a comment, good book, didn’t like, whatever, it does help the author and the book, good and bad!  You don’t have to wax poetically to let them know you liked it and why or hated it and why.  Constructive criticism is a good way to let them know, rave about it if you loved it, but show your appreciation that they took the time to write it!

We were thinking of doing this again, many of us writers got favorable impressions, increased ‘friends’ on Facebook, twitter, blogs, etc and that’s the whole point, exposing other authors, readers, etc.  I myself found a couple I enjoyed!

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FREE BOOK from Kim Flowers Today 2/15 & Tomorrow 2/16

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During the Second Civil War, a new U.S. political party called the Family Protection Movement established The Divide, which separates Normal people from those who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender.

Seventeen-year old Serenity Blackwater lives in the normal Midwestern town of Mapleville, but she is not normal. She hacks into an illegal gay chat room and meets Dawn, a lesbian who lives in a gay community less than a mile away. Serenity discovers normal people can bribe their way inside the walls and decides to go, both to meet Dawn and check out what may be her future home.

Dawn is even more beautiful than Serenity hoped, and the two soon become a couple. But Serenity only has a few months before she must take the Normal Verification Test, and then she’ll be separated from her family forever. So she joins the Human Equality Organization, an underground group working to end The Divide. Dawn thinks the rebellion is too dangerous, and since Dawn’s ex-girlfriend Malaki is also a member, Serenity doesn’t tell Dawn about her involvement.

Serenity reveals to the HEO that her parents are leading a campaign to organize attacks on all Gay Communities. With her help, the HEO creates Project Jericho, in which all Gay Communities walls will implode at once. But after too many delays, and when Dawn discovers Serenity has been spending more time with Malaki than her, Serenity knows she has to start the revolution herself. She heads to D.C. to contact a group of senators secretly against The Divide … or straight into a trap set by the Family Protection Movement.

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Abby's Scar #1

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Firsts can come in many forms, first love, first realizations…

Abby knew something wasn’t quite right, she hadn’t found a guy that suited her…then Jordan came into her life and taught her that it wasn’t necessarily a guy she was waiting for…

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WHY is leaving a REVIEW so important

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To most, reading a book is just a delightful time, hopefully from an author they enjoy that can take them to places and times they might not visit any other way.  Have you considered leaving them a little word letting them and others know how much you enjoyed their work, their idea, their creation?  It’s certainly not mandatory but it is polite.  Even a bad review now and then can be taken by most authors and put to good use.  We are all human and need some of this feedback to know that we are ‘doing a good job’ and that our readers appreciate us.  It also helps the next person who might not know this author but the topic sounds good, lets go read the reviews and see what others are saying.  No reviews, no feedback, and they might pass on what would have been a good fit for what they were looking for.

Now I wouldn’t BEG for a review, if you hated what I or others wrote certainly pass on this invitation but if you truly liked the book, think of the work and time the author put into it.  I know I have a loyal following of readers, I frequently chat with them on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites.  They tell me they love my latest offering and let’s face it, I’m human, I’m stoked that they appreciate it.  I frequently ask that they go back and write a review.  Some are shy about it, I get that, it’s not like you are going to be tested on what you say.  A simple ‘I liked it’ or ‘I loved it’ or even a ‘I would recommend this’ and maybe why would help the next reader enormously.

Another thing that it does do, depending on where the review is left is the ranking that an author gets.  This is important to get more readers, fans, and eventually money.  Believe me when I say if you went into writing for the money, you were deluded.  I do it because I have stories in my head to share and fortunately people want to READ said stories.  The awards I get are rewards, monetarily are nice, but the accolades, the reviews, the emails, the ‘atta girls’ are what does it for me.  Knowing I took you out of time or place and you enjoyed it, that does it for me.  So if you’ve got a spare minute after you have read mine or other’s stories, think about giving them a pat on the back to let them and future readers know, it was worth the read!

K’Anne Meinel  www.kannemeinel.com

Free Book from K’Anne Meinel SAPPHIC COWBOI ~ February 11-15 ONLY

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Maggie is living on a farm in the backwoods of Alabama raising her horses and trying to survive when she is approached by a man looking for a horse act, she and her horses go on the road with the circus meeting new people and having new experiences including meeting the beautiful Ariana.  What would a hick have in common with the sophisticated woman she meets?  Is it possible they have a future?

Ariana is everything a woman in depression era America would want to be, sophisticated, worldly, and beautiful.  What could she possibly see in the hard working Maggie whose whole world revolves around her ‘babies’ the magical horses she has trained?

FREE VIDEO from K’Anne Meinel

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In a few days Sapphic Cowboi will be coming out.  It is not a follow up to Sapphic Cowgirl but a completely new novella.  In the meantime I thought you would enjoy my new video to enhance the reading of the book: Sapphic Cowboi Video