Yes, it’s definitely time to update/refresh the look of this site. I do the design work myself (in case you couldn’t tell *wink*), so my options are limited. But I’d like it to look pretty, fresh, fun and interesting!
I’d welcome suggestions for content, color schemes, featured items, etc. I’m up for pretty much anything at this point!
I’m also going to get some new author photos taken within the next few months. In the meantime, here’s a recent shot of me, just in case you’re curious.
Looking forward to your comments and ideas!
Posted by Misha Crews on May 26, 2015
Between the cold weather, and the holiday shopping stress, I am more than ready for a trip to the beach! How about you? :-) Luckily for us, my friend Donna Fasano has a new book out today, set in the sweet little beach town of Ocean City, Maryland. I hope you’ll check it out and treat yourself, or someone you love!
Sara Carson is a 30-something widow with a busy life. Two fun-loving best friends, a caring mom who needs her, and a thriving sweet shop. What more could a woman want? But when the ancient plumbing in her shop springs a leak and a gorgeous, dark-eyed stranger rushes to her rescue, hilarity unfolds—and Sara quickly sees exactly what she’s been missing.
Something most peculiar draws Landon Richards to Ocean City, Maryland—and to the lovely Sara. This woman touches his heart like no other, and the two of them explore the heady attraction that pulses between them. But haunting dreams have a way of encroaching on reality, and the strange phenomenon that brings these two together will also threaten to tear them apart.
This is the first book in the Ocean City Boardwalk Series, where life for three enterprising women, Sara, Heather, and Cathy, isn’t just fun in the sun—love is waiting on those sandy shores!
Available today: Kindle (US) | Kindle (UK) | Kobo (US) | Kobo (UK) | iBook | Paperback
Posted by Misha Crews on December 12, 2014
Just had to share this, because we all love books!
“These are not books, lumps of lifeless paper, but minds alive on the shelves. From each of them goes out its own voice… and just as the touch of a button on our set will fill the room with music, so by taking down one of these volumes and opening it, one can call into range the voice of a man far distant in time and space, and hear him speaking to us, mind to mind, heart to heart.”
– Gilbert Highet
Posted by Misha Crews on October 21, 2014