EDS Awareness Month

EDS Awareness Month

May is Ehlers Danlos Syndrome awareness month. While EDS is becoming better known, it is still a rare disease and a lot of people haven’t ever heard of it. And unfortunately, it is not something that a lot of doctors recognize, often believing that the symptoms are imagined, unrelated to each other, or the person is just clumsy ...
Toxo, Medical Kidnap Files #4 and more new releases

Toxo, Medical Kidnap Files #4 and more new releases

It's time for a new release! Here's a new book for your Christmas stocking or brand new ereader under the tree! It is almost time for Jolabokaflod, the Christmas Eve flood of books! If you are looking for your Christmas Eve read, pick up Toxo or one of the other books featured below! ...
Toxo

Toxo

New release!

Raising Caleb had never been easy, but things got exponentially worse when DFS made an unexpected appearance and decided he was in danger, something Riley would never have predicted in a million years.

Now Caleb really is in danger.

Gabriel and Renata are working together once more to determine whether an injustice has been done and to get Caleb into a safe situation. But Andrew Searle is on the case, and it’s his job to see that they don’t succeed. 

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Cyber Monday Deal

Cyber Monday Deal

It's Cyber Monday, and I have put Mito, the first book in the Medical Kidnap Files on for $0.99 on Kindle for today only! ...
Review of Proxy, Medical Kidnap Files #3

Review of Proxy, Medical Kidnap Files #3

Meet Seth Wilcox, a typical fourteen-year-old boy who wants to get better. Nothing more or less; Seth has spent most of his days in the hospital. Seth wants to be happy, but how can he be happy, when he is constantly feeling ill? Seth lands in hospital once again, and Social Services becomes suspicious of the situation. When a child is consistently in the hospital, it raises a red flag ...
World Book Day! A review of EDS, Medical Kidnap Files #2

World Book Day! A review of EDS, Medical Kidnap Files #2

Today is World Book Day, and as I’ve done a couple of times, I thought I would post a review of one of my wife’s recent books, EDS, Medical Kidnap Files #2. You can find a review of book #1 of the series here. Once you meet Katt, you’ll never forget her. She has a way about her. That is because the only people who seem to meet her are in the medical field. And they appear to get to know her too well. ...
Medical Kidnap Files 1-3

Medical Kidnap Files 1-3

The first three Medical Kidnap Files are gathered together into one compendium for your convenience and additional savings ...
Review of Mito

Review of Mito

My sweet hubby has posted another book review on his blog. This time, about Mito, Medical Kidnap Files #1:
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Goodreads Giveaway for THREE Medical Kidnap Files Books

Goodreads Giveaway for THREE Medical Kidnap Files Books

I am running a Goodreads Giveaway for not one, but three paperbacks! The winner will get all three of the Medical Kidnap Files. So click now for your opportunity to follow Gabriel’s and Renata’s journey through the first three books of the series! ...
Launching Mito, Medical Kidnap Files #1 and Harvesting Other New Releases

Launching Mito, Medical Kidnap Files #1 and Harvesting Other New Releases

What would you do if you woke up in hospital with no family or friends and no idea what you were doing there?
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Proxy, Medical Kidnap Files #3

Proxy, Medical Kidnap Files #3

(Book #3) Fourteen-year-old Seth Wilcox has been admitted to the hospital forty-eight times, according to his mother’s latest social media posts, when Social Services steps in and takes Seth into care, believing his mother suffers from Munchausen by Proxy and Seth is not safe in her care. Gabriel Tate is now a veteran in dealing with medical kidnap and reuniting children with their families. He knows Seth and his mom, Leva, a tireless mitochondrial disorder advocate. He knows he needs to get Seth back to Leva as soon as he can ...
EDS, Medical Kidnap Files #2

EDS, Medical Kidnap Files #2

$0.99 on Kindle for May, EDS Awareness Month

(Book #2) With a long string of unbelievable stories to explain her frequent injuries, Social Services sees Katt is the stereotypical abused child. When she is admitted to hospital with yet another broken bone, they do the only logical thing to protect her, removing Katt from her mother’s custody. But Katt and her mother know that something is wrong, and it has nothing to do with abuse, and the longer Katt stays in foster care, the worse her health gets. Can they get the answers they need before it is too late? Can they get the answers and get Katt back home?

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Mito, Medical Kidnap Files #1

Mito, Medical Kidnap Files #1

(Book #1) Gabriel has dealt with mysterious medical issues his whole life. Just when he finally thought that they had all of the answers and he was on the road to good health, he is apprehended by DFS on the grounds of medical neglect. At first, he thought that he would be back home in a few days, once the misunderstanding was cleared up. But when Renata tells Gabriel her crazy conspiracy theories, Gabriel feels the first pangs of doubt. Is there really a conspiracy? Will he ever be able to get well and go back to his mother, or is he doomed to be another guinea pig for Doctor De Klerk? ...
Excerpts from Lost in the Sun and Mito

Excerpts from Lost in the Sun and Mito

Lena Mae Hill’s Huge YA Paperback Giveaway, featuring a paperback copy of Once Brothers is still open for entries! Ten paperbacks for your TBR pile!
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NaNo in February?

NaNo in February?

It's sort of like Christmas in July; NaNoWriMo is just too much fun to only do once a year. Or, er, only three times per year... When I made my initial five-year plan for publishing, I decided that I would continue to write three new books per year (writing the first draft for Camp Nano in April, Camp Nano in July and NaNoWriMo in November) as well as working on finishing, rewriting, editing, and revising my backlist for publishing. It was a good plan. But my creative brain starts to itch during the long space between November and April, and my logical brain points out that I have a new writing project planned for Q2, Q3, and Q4, but nothing in Q1, which is rather unbalanced.
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