Thursday, November 10, 2011

Visit Margaret West

Today, Margaret West was supposed to be my guest blogger.  Those nasty little gremlins that eat emails, evidently gobbled up the post Margaret sent me to schedule today.  She was surprised to find what she sent hadn't been featured, and I was equally stunned that I hadn't gotten it.  I have no explanation, but I'm so sorry.  Margaret, being the wonderful friend, she is, has agreed to do a Christmas-themed blog next month, but in the meantime, I'd like to post her links and ask you to visit her site.  She's a multi-dimenional person with such an interesting background.  I urge you to check out her books as well as her blog that reveals her "other side."
       

www.margaretwest.net
http://margaret-paranormalromanceauthor.blogspot.com/
www.connectionswithspirit.co.uk

In the meantime, I "blogjacked" a snippet about Abigail Cottage:


Abigail Cottage

When Abigail falls in love with Justin she can’t begin to know the world of hurt she is heading into. Gorgeous, kind, rich – he’s the man we all dream to meet. BUT, all is not what it seems because Justin is a true demon from hell, disguised as a mortal being. He wants her and will do, kill or maim anyone who tries to stop him. Namely Shaun the real hero, who wants Abigail more! So what does a mortal man do against a demon? He enlists the help of a gypsy of course. But not any old gypsy. Rosa knows Justin very well and has the powers of the spirit world on her side to fight him. Using crystals as a powerful weapon, the light of the spirit world to lead them, they embark on a battle with the whole of the underworld. Many loved ones will lose their lives. This isn’t a book where everyone survives. In real life, bad things happen. In Abigail Cottage, terrible tragedies occur too. Believe... not every story can have a happy ending.

2 comments:

Diane Scott Lewis said...

Margaret is a fantastic person, I agree. Ginger, you are wonderful for keeping all these authors in the public eye with your blog.

widdershins said...

Don't'cha love it when the interwebz gets blatant about who controls whom?

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