What to Read Wednesday

17 Nov

Welcome to a new forum on my blog!

What to Read Wednesdays! 

Each Wednesday I will feature a different author and they will share a bit with us about themselves and one of their books.  So let’s get started.

Today I’d like to welcome Christine Wolfer.  Hi Christina, I’m excited to have you here 🙂

Thanks, Christine. I’m excited to be here and to be your first author for What to Read Wednesdays.

Christina, please tell us five random things about yourself.

I love photography and want to do a photo book of farm life one day

I eat a lot of chicken

I’m a horse enthusiast and compete in barrel racing.

I have a sunflower tattoo. I like all things sunflower.

I put hot sauce on everything

Cake or pie?

Birthday style cake with whipped icing.

Whipped topping is the best…wise choice 🙂  How about a favorite movie?  Book?

Since I don’t have a favorite book, I’m going to pick two movies. I hope that is okay. Dances with Wolves and Coyote Ugly. Coyote Ugly is just one of those movies I can watch over and over. I’m leaning toward feeling the same about Burlesque. In my former life or maybe my future life, I think I was/will be a dancer.

More good choices Christina!  This summer I was actually in South Dakota and visited the area where they filmed Dances with Wolves.  It was beautiful country.  Have you always wanted to be an author or what made you become an author?

Yep, pretty much and I have journals to prove it, along with a collection of short stories I wrote and illustrated when I was ten. I’ve always enjoyed writing.

What is a typical writing day for you?

Since I have to work a day job, my writing usually happens in the evening and on the weekends. I sit on the couch with my laptop on my lap, the television on and type away. I’m pretty good at tuning things out when a story is flowing.

Thankfully, my husband is very encouraging. Grant it, he became much more enthusiastic when I signed a contract and he knew I was going to get some money for my time and effort.

It’s wonderful to have support.  What genre or genres do you write? Do you see yourself trying another one in the future and if so which one?

I write romantic suspense and contemporary romance. I have a draft of a childrens book I might one day try and I definitely can see myself going into the murder/mystery genre.

Tell us about your newest release?

I have two fairly new releases. My debut novel, Two Brothers, came out August 1st. And my novella, Undercover, was release November 1st.

But for now, we’ll focus on Two Brothers.

Amanda got her heart broke at eighteen by Jacob, but then she made the biggest mistake of her life – she ran off and married his younger brother. But that was ten years ago. She’s divorced now and coming back to her small hometown. She’s made a name for herself in the cutting horse industry. That should count for something, right? But Jacob isn’t so willing to forgive her decade old mistakes, despite the feelings developing between them.  

When you were writing your story, what character did you connect with the most and why?

I was very connected to Amanda. She is someone I felt close to, partly because I wanted to be her and because I spent so much time with her – writing, editing and rewriting the story.

Now let’s play LUCKY SEVEN….Pick seven words to describe your book.

Seven really is my lucky number, by the way:

Emotional, intense, sexy, small-town, horses, redemption, triumph  

Oooohhh…now those seven intrigue me  🙂  If your book was made into a movie, who would you choose to play the hero?  The heroine?

The hero: Matthew Fox

The heroine: Megan Fox

It’s just a coincidence that they have the same last name, but they look the way I imagine Jacob and Amanda in my head. And Megan Fox actually looks like the model on the cover of Two Brothers.

Most authors seem to have a ‘to be read pile’…if you do, what’s on the top of the pile?

Renee Vincent’s Mac Liam, Book Two of the Emerald Isle Trilogy and Nora Robert’s The Next Always, Book one of the Inn Boonsboro Trilogy.

What inspired you to write your latest story?

The story of Two Brothers’ hit me out of the blue while waiting in an airport. I’ve written four other books, a short story and novella since and I don’t think I can pinpoint any one thing that inspired them other then life happening all around me.

A scene will pop in my head (Undercover) or even one verse of a song (Emotional Warfare) and I’m compelled to write a story around it. The scene or the verse doesn’t usually end up in the book, but it triggers the story.

Please share an excerpt of your book!

Amanda Riley slammed out of the compact rental car, hit the lock button on her key and made a half-block mad dash to the church. The wedding march had already started. Canon in D floated like a soft breeze through the organ flues and out the rafters.

“Geez,” she muttered, taking the steps to the entrance of the old Catholic church two at time. She’d never hear the end of it. Her sheep’s wool couldn’t get any blacker with the last white hair plucked from her hide years ago. But all the same, she hated to give them cause.

It was the perfect country white church, really, the kind women dream of getting married in. It stood in the heart of the community as a symbol of the small farming town’s love for family, neighbor and God. The steeple peeked above the century-old trees that flanked both sides of the entrance to the church like guardian angels. Magnificent stained glass windows stood four feet tall and ran the length of the old building, each window inscribed in loving memory of a deceased member of the congregation.

The large double wood doors stood open to welcome all. Amanda hesitated there as if expecting lightening to strike. Pulling air deep into her lungs and then letting it out with controlled ease, she stepped just inside the entrance. She flexed her hands, gave herself a mental shake and approached the back pew. She motioned with her hand to the silver-haired man sitting there, asking without words if she could sit beside him. He frowned, the lines cutting deeper around his pursed lips, but he slid down the glossy wood pew to accommodate her late arrival. Out of habit, she genuflected and then took a seat.

She shifted her focus to the front of the church. Her little sister, Emily, dressed in a full Southern belle white dress, stood beside her soon-to-be husband, Todd, decked out in a long-tailed black tux. Behind them, candles sparkled like diamonds and white orchids adorned every available space on the altar. The priest, with his long, silk green-and-white robe, made the sign of the cross over the couple and blessed them. The cloud of incense hung above the congregation like a spicy perfume applied with a generous hand. 

Amanda’s sister had dreamt of and wished for this day since she’d been a little girl. What woman didn’t? If anyone deserved a day like this, Emily did. She’d done everything right. She’d gotten her nursing degree, worked for a year after graduation and dated the same guy through it all. It didn’t hurt that she’d picked the right guy.

Not that Amanda knew anything about that. She straightened the yellow gingham blouse she wore tucked into snug fitted Wranglers, along with her scuffed boots. Her clothes weren’t appropriate for a wedding, even in a backwoods town like Bedinford, Ohio. Her chin lifted a notch and she squared her shoulders. Let them talk. Let them speculate.

They couldn’t possibly say anything her father hadn’t already said about her. Amanda leaned out into the aisle. Peeking around the sea of bodies, she caught sight of her father’s head of dark hair, now sprinkled with gray. Daniel Riley’s tall, lean, muscled build had softened some over the years, but he remained unyielding, in more ways than one, for a man who would see sixty-five by the end of the year.

Thirty-some years ago, he’d been something of a town hero when he opened the only dentist office within miles of the community. Most people had given up going to the dentist altogether rather than drive thirty miles out of town. But her father had a way with people and his reputation for having a gentle touch spread like gossip. Now he had a loyal following, old and young alike. Even the opening of two other dentist offices over the last five years had done little to affect his bottom line.

Everyone loved him, Amanda thought, as she dropped to her knees along with rest of the congregation. The traditions came back to her with ease even though she hadn’t attended mass in years. She stood when everyone stood, knelt when they knelt, however, when it came time to receive communion she did not partake. She caught glimpses of other family members as they filed out of their pews, took the host and then circled back to their seats.

Her brother, Matt, held his three-year-old daughter, Tabitha, who squirmed and pushed in her effort to get down. Her behavior drew looks of disapproval from the older generation who already believed their descendants didn’t have a clue how to discipline their children. Matt’s wife, Natalie, whose belly bulged like an overinflated beach ball with their second child, sent a stern look at the little girl. Tabitha responded with an equally stern look then buried her face in her daddy’s neck.

After communion, everyone sat in silent prayer. Amanda watched Tabitha pull and tug until she stood at the end of the pew, one foot strategically placed in the center aisle. She made faces at anyone willing to make eye contact. Several times she tried to step further into the aisle but Matt’s firm hand stopped her. Then she spotted Amanda watching her and her squeal pierced the reverent silence. People jumped, startled from prayer, and heads turned in the direction of the commotion.

The outburst caught Matt off guard, giving Tabitha the chance to break free and tear down the aisle. The yellow and white ruffled dress she wore bounced around her chubby legs. “A’mda,” she squealed again. Everyone watched the little girl’s progress into Amanda’s open arms.

Heat leapt into Amanda’s cheeks as she latched onto her niece and lifted her with shaky arms like a shield against the stares aimed in their direction. She glanced up to apologize for the interruption and her eyes collided with those of Jacob Henderson.

A bolt of lightening couldn’t have delivered a more jarring effect on her heart. She swallowed past the sudden dryness in her throat and tore her eyes free from the disturbing blue of his. Holy moly, from the look Jacob had just given her, one would think she was the devil herself caught in the act of snatching soul’s right from under his nose.

The priest stood, cleared his throat to gain everyone’s attention, and then continued with the wedding mass.

Amanda let out the breath she hadn’t been aware of holding. “Thanks a lot,” she whispered to Tabitha and kissed her ruby little cheek.

“Oooh, necklace.” Tabitha’s round, tiny fingers touched the silver cross, then wrapped around the thin chain circling Amanda’s neck. With her niece distracted, Amanda’s eyes drifted back to Jacob.

He looked good. Tall and solid with his dress shirt pulled snug over the breadth of his squared shoulders. Working the land his entire life kept him fit and strong. At six-two, he was an impressive sight. His thick, almost black hair hadn’t lost its natural wave despite the close cut he maintained.

She closed her eyes and, for a moment, remembered his smile. The way his full lips tipped shyly at an angle, softening the hard angles of his face. How his eyes sparkled like the sun reflecting off water when his smile reached his eyes. She remembered the feel of his mouth against hers, the mix of soft and hard, the taste. Oh God, how she remembered the taste of him.

Her eyes flew open as she jerked back from the thoughts and memories. Her ex-brother-in-law wouldn’t appreciate her keen observation of his fine looks or the memory of his kiss. If anything, he’d find it offensive that the thoughts even entered her mind. After all, they sat in the house of the Lord, not to mention she’d been married to his younger brother.

Shame on me.

What’s your current WIP?

The Daughter is currently with my editor. This novel is due out January 2012. This story is about a woman who doesn’t know anything about family or love, but when a man she has never met commits suicide, he will change her life forever.

I’m so excited. I just got word that my third novel, Emotional Warfare, originally scheduled for September is now scheduled for release the week of July 29, 2012. This is Dana’s journey, which includes an old love and fighting international crime. 

Congratulations Christina!  That is exciting news.  Do you have any wise words to share with anyone out there on the road to publication?

Never give up. It’s that simple or difficult. Submit, submit, submit. It’s the only way you will ever find the editor/agent that loves what you write.

And finally Christina where can we find you and your book?

My books are available in print at: CreateSpace,, Turquoise Morning Press bookstore and Barnes and Noble.

Available in digital formats at:, Barnes and Noble, All Romance e-books and Smashwords.

All Bets Are On! – Available now (Kentucky Derby Anthology – short story)

Two Brothers – Available now

Undercover – Available now (novella)

The Daughter – Coming January 2012

Emotional Warfare – Coming July/August 2012

You can find me at the following places:

Website –

Blog –

Twitter – @christinawolfer

Or e-mail me at

One commenter will win their choice of Two Brothers or Undercover (digital copy).

Thank you again Christina for joining us on What to Read Wednesdays!  I’m excited to read your books and wish you much success 🙂


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66 responses to “What to Read Wednesday

  1. Sharon

    November 17, 2011 at 3:27 am

    What beautiful covers! And I love stories of redemption. They sound wonderful.

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 4:14 am

      Thank you, Sharon. I know I’m a bit partial, but I love my covers. I think they are one of the best parts about writing. Thanks for swinging by and leaving a comment.

      • ChristineWarner

        November 17, 2011 at 5:44 am

        Good eye Sharon…Christina’s covers are gorgeous!

  2. Calisa Rhose

    November 17, 2011 at 3:28 am

    *tackles Tina* Hi Diva-girl! Yep, loved Undercover and have Two Brothers waiting impatiently by the bedside…well, on my Kindle. Nice choice for movie stars for the h/h, even if I do have a thing against Megan since she made that controversial comment that all people in the bible belt should die… I’m in the bible belt. I don’t wanna die! lol

    Congrats on your new successes!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 4:17 am

      *wipes sloppy kiss from cheek* Hey Calisa, what fun we’ve been having on your porch, girl. Thank you for stopping in and for your help on Undercover. And Megan Fox is now scratched from the line-up when that movie deal comes through. 🙂 Hugs!

  3. Judi L. Romaine

    November 17, 2011 at 3:55 am

    Thanks for Sharing your books and the Blog on reading – lynn

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 4:18 am

      Thanks, Lynn, for stopping in.

  4. Cait O'Sullivan

    November 17, 2011 at 3:56 am

    Great interview, Christina/Christine — are you sure you’re not the same person? lol. Looking forward to reading Two Brothers!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 4:21 am

      Lol! Pretty sure, but it’s easy to get that e and a mixed up on the end of our names. I hope you enjoy Two Brothers. Thanks for stopping in and leaving a comment.

      • ChristineWarner

        November 17, 2011 at 5:41 am

        lol…you are too funny Cait! But if I could pick a clone, I’d for sure ask Christina…think of all the writing we’d get done 🙂

  5. Janie Emaus

    November 17, 2011 at 3:57 am

    What a fun interview.

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 4:26 am

      Thanks, Janie. Christine did a great job coming up with fun questions. I’m going to start using the lucky seven game to narrow down the true focus of upcoming releases. Thanks for stopping in.

      • ChristineWarner

        November 17, 2011 at 5:42 am

        Thanks ladies….I loved coming up with the questions, but loved reading Christina’s answers more!

  6. Ceri Hebert

    November 17, 2011 at 4:27 am

    I’m a sucker for a story with horses. Great excerpt and interview!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 4:47 am

      Hi Ceri. I love horses and so no surprise when my first book had a lot of horsen around in it. The real kind. You’ll attend a cutting horse show and go right in the arena with Amanda while reading. 🙂 I have several ideas on a few other modern day westerns I’d like to write. Thank you for swinging by and commenting.

  7. Florence Price

    November 17, 2011 at 4:51 am

    Great interview – Love the storyline for Two Brothers!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 5:05 am

      Thanks Florence. If you decide to read Two Brothers, I hope you love it! Thanks for stopping in.

      • ChristineWarner

        November 17, 2011 at 5:43 am

        Hey Florence, great to see you! I agree with you about the storyline for Two Brothers too…it’s definitely on my list!

  8. Brenda

    November 17, 2011 at 4:57 am

    Holy cadoodle!!! I loved the excerpt! I love your voice.
    Seems we have a few things in common, LOL. You eat a lot of chicken, I have a lot of chickens. You’re a horse enthusiast and so am I–except my horse are minis. You love sunflowers, I grow sunflowers. And we both love hot sauce!
    It was great getting to know you better, Christine!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 5:08 am

      LOL! We musta been seperated at birth or something. How funny is that. I had chickens growing up and hated collecting eggs. I think that is why I eat a lot of chicken now. I’m so glad you love the excerpt and my voice. Thank you for swinging by.

      • ChristineWarner

        November 17, 2011 at 5:44 am

        Hey Brenda, appreciate you stopping by to meet Christina! Love it that you two are so alike!

  9. Tess Grant

    November 17, 2011 at 5:14 am

    Those are seven powerful words! Sounds like a great read.

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 6:02 am

      Thanks, Tess. I really enjoyed doing the seven words. Emotional, intense and sexy are words that were used in several reviews of Two Brothers, so I definitely wanted to use those.

      • ChristineWarner

        November 17, 2011 at 6:30 am

        I agree with Tess…your 7 words were powerful!

  10. Nancy

    November 17, 2011 at 5:45 am

    Great interview … love the number-starters! Enjoyed it!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 6:03 am

      Thank you, Nancy. So glad you stopped by.

  11. ChristineWarner

    November 17, 2011 at 5:46 am

    Hi Christina! I just wanted to thank you again for appearing on my blog! I’m having so much fun and hope you are too!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 6:08 am

      Hey, girl. I’m having a blast. It’s an honor to be here. You have a great blog, so it was a no brainer for me to want to spend the day with you. Thanks for having me!

  12. J.D.

    November 17, 2011 at 6:40 am

    Good luck with the release, Christina!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 7:20 am

      Thank you, J.D. Love your profile pic, btw.

  13. Tabitha

    November 17, 2011 at 6:47 am

    Wow! Two Bothers sounds like a great book! Great interview Christine!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 7:22 am

      Hi Tabitha. Love it when I see the use of !! when talking about Two Brothers. 🙂 Thank you!

  14. Jennifer Johnson

    November 17, 2011 at 7:24 am

    Great interview, and congrats on being first for what to read Wednesday! Two Brothers sounds like a great book

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 8:32 am

      Thank you, Jennifer. Appreciate you stopping in. I’m glad you enjoyed the interview.

  15. Sheri Fredricks

    November 17, 2011 at 7:38 am

    Turn and burn, Christina!! I’m with Brenda – love your voice. Beautiful book covers and intriguing blurbs. Great interview!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 8:39 am

      Sheri – see comment 16, that was for you. 🙂

  16. Christina

    November 17, 2011 at 8:38 am

    Ah, a fellow barrel racer and horse lover, I take it. Welcome and thank you so much for the kind words. I hope you’ll have a chance to enjoy the entire story. So glad you stopped by!

  17. Joelene Coleman

    November 17, 2011 at 8:56 am

    As always, you pull off a great blog, and have given me a new one to follow. Thanks to Christine for hosting you (loved the seven word game) and I’m waiting on your next book!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 10:13 am

      *Waves madly* Hey, girl. Christine is great. I popped over from twitter one day to check her out and really enjoyed her posts. And the rest is history, a brief one, but we Divas know how that works. Definitely worth the follow.

      Thank you for all your help and insight on Undercover. And thanks for stopping in. Hugs!!

      • ChristineWarner

        November 17, 2011 at 11:05 am

        I have to jump in! Thanks for the compliment…both of you! Would be happy to have you follow Joelene…and Christina…so glad we met 🙂

  18. Callie Hutton

    November 17, 2011 at 9:57 am

    Great interview. The books sound great. Good luck with them.

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 10:14 am

      Hi Callie. Glad you enjoyed the interview. Thanks for stopping by.

  19. Kristina Knight

    November 17, 2011 at 10:49 am

    1) YUMMY covers! 2) love that excerpt! Good luck with the releases, Christina.

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 2:48 pm

      Thank you, Kristina. I’m very much in love with my covers. Obviously, we don’t always get a say in our covers, but I’ve been fortunate that my publisher listens and really knows the story before creating the cover. With Undercover, I got to personally designed myself, which was very exciting. Love to hear that you enjoyed the excerpt. Thanks, again.

  20. Chris

    November 17, 2011 at 10:51 am

    It’s so cool knowing a Novelist personally. I do wish you all the success that you deserve. (by-the-by, Great Stories! Not a romance novel lover yet, we’ll see what Jan. 2012 brings. Maybe then…..)

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 2:52 pm

      LOL! Hugs, Chris. It is my personal goal to turn you into a romance reader. Thanks you so much for leaving a comment.

      • ChristineWarner

        November 17, 2011 at 5:04 pm

        Hi Chris, I hop that Christina meets her goal and gets you hooked on romance! Once you start you won’t be able to stop 🙂

  21. Katherine

    November 17, 2011 at 10:54 am

    I really enjoyed your interview and your excerpt and will be looking to add your books to my ever growing TBR pile.

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 2:53 pm

      Katherine, thanks so much. I’m glad you enjoyed the interview and excerpt and hope you’ll love reading the entire story.

  22. mirriamsmyth

    November 17, 2011 at 12:17 pm

    Thanks for hosting such a great interview, Christine! Because of it, I’ve added both of Sharon’s books to my Wishlist. 🙂

    I enjoyed the excerpt for two brothers here and am intrigued with a capital “I” to see what happens. I found an excerpt for “Undercover” on All Romance eBooks and was oh-my-gosh-hooked!

    So excited to have found a new author AND new books!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 3:06 pm

      Oh, how awesome. I’m so glad you loved the excerpts and hope you’ll love both stories in their entirety. Thank you for your wonderful comments.

      • ChristineWarner

        November 17, 2011 at 5:05 pm

        Hi Mirriam, I’m glad you got to increase your wish list! Christina has an amazing voice and her stories sounds like wonderful reads. I’ve added her books to my wish list too!

      • Renee Vincent

        November 18, 2011 at 1:52 am

        I’ve read TWO BROTHERS and it’s GREAT!

  23. Renee Vincent

    November 17, 2011 at 1:12 pm

    Most authors seem to have a ‘to be read pile’…if you do, what’s on the top of the pile?

    Renee Vincent’s Mac Liam, Book Two of the Emerald Isle Trilogy

    First off, Christina, let me say thank you and give you a huge hug since you mentioned my book (total surprise) AND named me along with NORA Roberts!!! I am so honored and so giddy over this! Thank you so much!

    Plus, you have a sunflower tattoo? I had no idea! And how long have I known you?!

    And lastly, you and I have some serious celebrating to do!!! Miss you so much and can’t wait to meet up with you again!

    • Christina

      November 17, 2011 at 3:29 pm

      *Huge hugs* back at ya, Renee. I can’t wait to read Mac Liam and want to get that done before Book Three to comes out next month. You most be so excited with its upcoming release. I am.

      We most certainly need to celebrate. It’s been too long and I miss you too. I’ve already told some of the other crew that we need to get together for a holiday dinner. Soon!!

      • ChristineWarner

        November 17, 2011 at 5:06 pm

        Per Christina’s comment I checked out your book too…from the sounds of it, I’d have to say Christina is right…this is another story that needs to be read!

      • Renee Vincent

        November 18, 2011 at 1:10 am

        Thank you both, Christina and Christine, for your kind words. I am very glad that my books look interesting to you. But Christine, if you are going to read Mac Liam, make sure you start with Raeliksen. It is a trilogy that should be read in order to get the full effect, especially since the last book brings you full circle from the first. Let me know if you ever do read them and what your thoughts are on the series. It is a trilogy VERY close to my heart.

        And I can’t wait for EVERYONE to read the last book in the series….it is a wonderful way to end a trilogy if I do say so myself.

        Thank you both for mentioning me. And Christina, I wish you all the VERY best!!!

        Happy Holidays to each and every romance fan out there!

      • Christina

        November 18, 2011 at 12:18 pm

        Wow, my fingers obviously weren’t working last night. A good reason I should not write when its past my bedtime.

  24. D'Ann Linscott-Dunham

    November 17, 2011 at 4:10 pm

    Great interview! We have lots in common!

    • Christina

      November 18, 2011 at 12:19 pm

      Thank you, D’Ann. So glad you came by.

  25. ChristineWarner

    November 17, 2011 at 5:07 pm

    Thanks EVERYONE for coming by to read Christina’s interview and learn something about her and her books!

    And Christina, thank you…I’m so glad we met and I wish you MUCH SUCCESS…

    Happy reading everyone 🙂

  26. Renee Vincent

    November 18, 2011 at 1:12 am

    BTW, Christine, I added your site to my blog roll at Past The Print (my blog).

  27. Sandy Bruney

    November 18, 2011 at 1:26 am

    Great interview. I’ve read “Two Brothers” and recommend it. Christine, you are a talented lady — keeps those books coming.

    Sandy B

    • ChristineWarner

      November 18, 2011 at 1:30 am

      Just from Christina’s excerpt I’m hooked to her voice…looking forward to reading her story as well! Thanks for coming by Sandy 🙂

      • Christina

        November 18, 2011 at 12:20 pm

        You gals are great. Thank you so much.

  28. Christina

    November 18, 2011 at 12:30 pm

    Wow! What an awesome event this was. I appreciate everyone taking the time to come by, comment and get to know me and my stories. A big hug and thank you to Christine for allowing me to spend the day with her and get to know a bit about all of you.

    This journey has been a dream come true for me. I can go to that journal entry from back when I was 14, wondering if I would one day be published, and answer it with a definite yes.

    Thank you all for being a part of the journey.

    Oh right, the winner, that’s what you’re really waiting for, huh? 🙂 Congratulations to Kristina Knight. Let me know which story you would like and in what digital format. You can contact me at


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