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4:33AM

Friday, March 30, 2018

"In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you."
-- Thessalonians 5:18

I don't know about you, but I find myself giving FAR more thanks on Easter than I do even on Thanksgiving. Because frankly, without Easter, there wouldn't BE a thanksgiving for me or for anyone else.

As far as holidays, yes, I like the food and decorations of Thanksgiving and Christmas way more than Easter, although my mom did make a pretty cool Easter lamb cake as I recall. And don't even get me started on Easter lilies -- I LOVE the way they smell!

But if your talking spiritual significance and falling-down-on-your-knees gratitude? Yep ... that would be Easter! Because, you see, between Good Friday and Sunday morning, my heart overflows with gratitude to a God who gave His precious Son on my behalf and yours so we could be free. Free to enjoy peace, joy, hope, love, and the most important thing of all -- salvation.

So I just wanted to take today -- Good Friday, another truly special day to me -- to say THANK YOU to the Father and the Son for their amazing sacrifice of love.

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son,
that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

-- John 3:16

Did you know that according to this Fox News article, research proves that grateful people are healthier? That's what it says, claiming that "maintaining an attitude of gratitude can improve psychological, emotional and physical well-being" and that "adults who frequently feel grateful have more energy, more optimism, more social connections and more happiness than those who do not. They're also less likely to be depressed, envious, greedy or alcoholics and earn more money, sleep more soundly, exercise more regularly and have greater resistance to viral infections.”

Doesn't surprise me one bit. Especially after an incident I had few weeks ago.

You see, I'm doing a wonderful Bible study by Priscilla Shirer called The Armor of God, and not only is it fabulous and life-changing, but it taught me how to use one of my favorite Scriptures as a means of putting on the shoes of peace (one of the pieces of armor in the study per Ephesians 6:15).

And trust me, I needed those darn shoes when I was sending out a time-sensitive e-blast for my St. Patrick's Day sale weekend. Because after spending HOURS putting the e-blast together and $100 to email it, I couldn't get it to send. I did the silly thing over and over, to no avail. And the worst part? The Help Desk at my newsletter provider was closed for the weekend.

Can you say "meltdown"???

So, what did I do? I put on my shoes of peace by applying this Scripture:

Do not be anxious about anything.

But in everything by prayer and petition,with thanksgiving

let your requests be made known to God. 
And the peace of God that surpasses

all understanding
 will guard your heart and mind in Christ Jesus.

-- Philippians 4:6-7

Soooo ....

1.) I immediately stopped doing the e-blast and prayed/petitioned for God to help me.

2.) Then I thanked Him that He loves me and cares about me whether the silly e-blast went out or not, and that He would bring good from it either way, not the least of which was the peace He gave me in place of my meltdown.

3.) I got busy doing something else, then went back hours later to try it again. And lo and behold -- this time it worked! Yes, it went out late, but you know what? It ended up being an incredibly successful sale, so all's well that ends well with God! And the best part? The devil didn't steal my peace!

So, gratitude is a handy thing to have iN EVERYTHING like our header quote says, not only because it blesses us beyond measure, but it blesses God too!

 

🌤 Love's Silver Lining is Coming!

Speaking of gratitude, I am SO grateful for your prayers and God's help in getting book one in my Silver Lining Ranch Series out sooner than I thought! Love's Silver Lining is available for PRE-ORDER right now and will release May 19th!

Here's the blurb:

She tampers with his life.

He tampers with her heart.

Love tampers with them both.

Desperate to escape an arranged marriage to a womanizer, twenty-two-year-old Maggie Mullaney flees New York for Virginia City, Nevada with her Aunt Liberty, two spunky suffragists intent on bettering the life of women. Fresh out of nursing school, Maggie hopes to devote herself to serving others rather than just one man, a goal quickly affirmed when she encounters Blaze Donovan, a womanizing cowboy who both riles and rouses her pulse. But when Aunt Liberty’s parents' house burns down, she and Maggie are coerced into staying at the ranch of Liberty’s ex-husband, Finn McShane, who just happens to be the uncle of the cocky cowboy Maggie had hoped to avoid.

 If there’s one thing twenty-nine-year-old Blaze Donovan can’t abide, it’s respectable women who spout piety and prayer, so when he butts heads with perky Maggie Mullaney at St. Mary Louise Hospital, he wants to stay as far away from her as he can. Unfortunately, she now lives in the bedroom next to his in his uncle’s ranch house, a revolting development that sends Blaze to The Ponderosa Saloon more than usual. But when Maggie interferes in Blaze’s life by converting his favorite “disrespectable” girl, Blaze is determined to make her pay. Only problem is—the price he has to pay may be a little too steep for his heart.

I hope you love the cover as much as I do, because it's SO Maggie Mullaney, my sweet suffragist heroine who is Liberty O'Shea's (from the prequel novel, For Love of Liberty) goddaughter. I have to admit, I am realllly excited about this book, and I'll be giving you another sneak peek in the weeks ahead, so stay tuned!

🐰 HUGS AND HAPPY EASTER!

Julie

 

 

6:51AM

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Faith grinned and threw the dishrag at her sister. “Hey, Collin’s not that bad.

And I suppose Mitch isn’t a pain in the posterior at times?”

 ☘️

Charity bobbled the dishrag in hand while a wicked grin surfaced on her lips.

“He’s stubborn, he’s Irish, and he’s a man. What do you think?”

☘️

A chuckle parted from Faith’s lips as she shook her head.“Apparently God

thinks nobody teaches patience better than Irish men. Must be a gift.”

--A Hope Undaunted by Julie Lessman

 

☘️

Oh trust me -- it is! And if you have ever read any of my books, I hope you would agree that Irish heroes DO have a special gift -- to make a reader swoon! ❤️

And don't even get me started on what they do to the authors ... 😍

But, speaking of "gifts," I have one for you in honor of St. Patrick's Day and ... drum roll please ...

 

☘️ My Next Facebook Live!

Sweet saints above, you're gonna want to mark your calendars for my next Facebook Live THIS FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 2018, 12:00 Noon CST because I am giving away:

☘️ Winner's choice of a $25 Amazon gift card OR 3 signed paperback copies (or e-copies) of ANY of my series: The Daughters of Boston, Winds of Change, Heart of San Francisco, or Isle of Hope.

☘️ Plus having a St. Pat's sale of 50% off all my Isle of Hope novels. 

☘️ Plus a special 5-day freebie on one of my books, but I'm not going to say which one -- you'll have to come by to find out, okay? But I guarantee you will love it since it's one of my very favorites.

So wear your green and a grin to join me this Friday when I just may answer a question you asked in my last Rafflecopter contest. You know, things like ... "Will we see the O'Connor family again?" or "Why Irish family sagas?" or "How many serious relationships did I have before I met my husband?"

Hope to see you there!

 

❤️ Did You See My Valentine's FB Live?

I talk about the most romantic thing my husband has ever done for me, how we met, and how he proposed, so if you haven't seen it yet, check it out below:

 

That's it for today, but sweet saints in heaven -- DO have a a happy St. Pat's! ☘️

Hugs and Happy Reading!

Julie

 

 

12:14AM

Monday, February 26, 2018

❤️ Special Contest Announcement! ❤️

Hey, guys,

Just a quick announcement to let you know about a reallllly cool contest beginning today, February 26th through March 4th where you can win 20 novels AND an e-reader, so I encourage you to take advantage. It's an easy contest to enter!!

📚 20 INSPIRATIONAL NOVELS & AN E-READER?? All you have to do is enter this amazing contest by clicking the following link. It’s easy and it’s fun, so GOOD LUCK! http://bit.ly/christian-feb2018

 

☘️ My Next Facebook Live!

Sweet saints above, you're gonna want to mark your calendars for my next Facebook Live because I am giving away winner's choice of a $25 Amazon gift card OR 3 signed paperback copies (or e-copies) of ANY of my series: The Daughters of Boston, Winds of Change, Heart of San Francisco, or Isle of Hope.

So mark your calendars right now for FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 2018, 12:00 Noon CST when I will have a special St. Patrick's Day Facebook Live on my Facebook Author Page including a special 5-day freebie on one of my books. Hope to see you there!

 

❤️ Did You See My Valentine's FB Live?

I talk about the most romantic thing my husband has ever done for me, how we met, and how he proposed, so check it out below:

That's it for today, but I'll be talking to you soon!

Hugs and Happy Reading!

Julie

 

 

11:40PM

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

"Let us not love with words or speech

but with actions and in truth."

-- 1 John 3:18

 💜 Happy Valentine's Day! 💜

As far as I'm concerned, the true meaning of Valentine's -- LOVE in all its glorious forms, be it Agape, Fraternal, Familial, or Romantic -- deserves FAR more than a single day! It deserves EVERY DAY, and that's exactly what our header Scripture above means to me.

In anotherwords, "actions speak louder than words."

Don't get me wrong, words are great -- heck, they're my livelihood -- but they don't mean a whole lot unless one can put feet to their faith and show love through their actions.

Which is a pretty tall order for my secondary hero Finn McShane in book 1 of my Silver Lining Ranch series, Love's Silver Lining. If you read the prequel novel For Love of Liberty, you have a pretty fair idea what ol' Finn and Liberty's marriage is like in Love's Silver Lining. Because in FLOL, those two were locking horns (and lips) A LOT before they got hitched, employing a LOT more words than actions due to taut Irish tempers.

But in Love's Silver Lining, Finn has learned that true love is manifested in the actions behind the words, which is no easy manner for him with a fire-breathing, red-haired lass like his wife. So I thought in honor of Valentine's Day, I'd give you a sneak peek at the patience Finn has to exercise with Liberty, who has holed herself up in a hotel room to keep the hotel manager -- and Finn -- away. You'll find the excerpt at the bottom of this blog.

But first!

A sneak peek at some of MY favorite valentines, and YES, Genevieve (also known as Genebebe) is doing GREAT, so your prayers DO make a difference, my friends!

 

❤️ We've Got Winners!

MEGA HUGS to everyone who entered my FAMILY FICTION CHRISTIAN ROMANCE READERS POLL contest -- you guys ROCK!!

Family Fiction's poll results will be announced in Family Fiction's 2018 Christian Romance Special Edition, which will be available for FREE TOMORROW at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/FamilyFiction/

But the results for my contest are being announced right now, so let's give a great big SUPER CONGRATS to the following. I will be in touch:

Grand Prize Winner:

CHANEL MONROE

—Choice of Ten Top CBA Books* or $50 Amazon Gift Card

—Character Named for You/Loved One in Upcoming Release, Love's Silver Lining

—Signed paperback copy of Love's Silver Lining

*10 new or almost new books by top CBA authors such as Rachel Hauck,

Denise Hunter, Becky Wade, Beth Vogt, and more!


Two Runners-Up:

DEBBIE CLATTERBUCK

ANDREA STEPHENS

   —Character Named for You/Loved One in Upcoming Release, Love's Silver Lining

—Signed paperback copy of Love's Silver Lining

 

❤️ Did You See My FB Live This Week?

I talk about the most romantic thing my husband has ever done for me, how we met, and how he proposed, so check it out at the video link below because ...

IF you leave a comment anytime after the FB Live up until midnight on Feb. 15, you will be eligible to win your choice of my e-books, so GOOD LUCK!

 

 

❤️ Rare Blog Giveaway!

Join me on MontanaMade Tell Tale Reviews Blog on FEBRUARY 14, 2018 when I talk about KISSES and you'll be entered to win your choice of my indie e-books INCLUDING my most recent release, For Love of Liberty, or my upcoming release, Love's Silver Lining, or even Romance-ology 101.

So mark your calendar, and hope to see you there!

 

 

❤️ Rave Reviews for Liberty!

"JULIE LESSMAN + WESTERN ROMANCE = GOLD RUSH!"

--Meez Carrie from the Reading Is My SuperPower blog

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

❤️ Sneak Peek at Love's Silver Lining

 As promised, here is an excerpt from my upcoming book Love's Silver Lining, due out late spring or early summer. To set it up, Liberty O'Shea McShane has locked herself in her hotel room to keep from going home with her husband, Finn McShane.

 Tap. Tap. Tap.

Liberty stifled a groan, ignoring the gentle knock on the door. Go away, Mr. Wilkinson. She held her breath, hoping he would.

Knock. Knock. Knock.

Not responding, she squeezed her eyes shut as if that would make him disappear.

Boom. Boom. Boom.

“Go away, Mr. Wilkinson, I’m in bed and nearly asleep,” she called, yanking the covers over her head.

BANG! BANG! BANG! She shot up, her temper suddenly exploding along with the stupid door. “I am in my nightgown, sir, so you can bang all night, but I am not opening that door!”

“Fine by me.”

Liberty froze to the sheets at the sound of that voice, goose bumps popping like measles while the turn of a key in the lock sucked all moisture from her throat. She caught her breath when the door squealed open, bucking up against the headboard so hard, it rattled along with her teeth. “W-What are y-you d-doing?” she hissed, covers clutched to her neck.

“Taking you home, Mrs. McShane,” Finn said with a polite tip of his hat, his frame so tall and broad, he had to duck through the door.

“For the love of decency, you mule, I’m in my nightclothes!”

“Uh, I’ve seen it before, Libs.” A polite smile hovered on those full lips as he quietly clicked the lock behind him, draining all blood from her face. He leaned against the wood, hip cocked to the frame. “It’s time to go, darlin’.”

“Don’t you darlin’ me, you … you … bull-headed letch!” She wrapped the covers around her the best that she could, chin rising along with her temper. “And I’m not going anywhere with you, Finn McShame, so you can just march right back out that door.”

A slow grin slid across his lips that annoyed her even further when it fluttered her stomach. Or maybe it was nausea.

One could only hope.

He nudged his hat up. “I’ve missed the nicknames, Libs, but I imagine I’ll get a bellyful before all is said and done.” Pushing off the doorframe, he stood to his full height, the grin fading into that equally irritating half-smile that always pitted his calm-and-collected against her flustered-and-fuming. “I’m taking you home, Libby, so we can do this easy or we can do it hard—the choice is yours.”

“My home is in New York, you insufferable bully, and since when did you ever give me a choice? I didn’t even have any say in marrying you in the first place—I had to be drugged to do such a moronic thing.”

He idly scratched the back of his neck, that shameless twinkle causing more “nausea.”

“You weren’t drugged the next morning as I recall,” he said softly, laughter crinkling at the corners of hazel eyes that had always cast a spell. “When you woke up in my bed”—he paused long enough for the fire in her cheeks to crawl clear up to the roots of her hair, then winked, his voice taking on a lazy drawl—“buck naked.”

“Get out!” So much blood pulsed in her cheeks, she thought she might faint, the audacity of this scalawag snatching the breath right out of her lungs. Without a second thought, she hurled the brass and metal alarm clock at him with a grunt.

Catching it handily, he bobbled it in the air with a crooked smile. “Mite heavier than a teapot, for sure, but at least it won’t shatter into a million pieces.” He casually strolled over to set it back down, and she lunged to the far side of the bed, covers wadded to her chest. Hands on his hips, he nodded toward her arsenal of blankets. “Now, are you going to get dressed on your own, Liberty Bell,” he said, employing the maddening nickname he’d coined long ago just to get on her nerves, “or am I going to have to do it for you?”

“Over my dead body!” she screamed, scalding him with a bug-eyed glare.

He shifted, his manner patient. “Maybe. But either way, Libby, you’re coming with me. So are you going to put some clothes on or should I do it for you?”

“Neither!” she shouted, swiping a book from the nightstand. “I said, get out, you … you belligerent brute!” She fired it at him, aiming for that obnoxious smile.

Finn nabbed it easily, brows lifting as he held the book up, shaking his head with a tsk. “Flinging the Word of God around, Miss Bell?” He set the Bible back down. “I doubt that’s going to earn you any favor with the Almighty, ma’am.” He moseyed on over to the bureau and opened a drawer, gathering up a chemise, skirt and blouse before tossing them on the bed. “And I’m not the belligerent one here, Libby, so I’m going to ask you one more time, real nice and slow—you going to dress yourself or do you want me to do it?”

“You wouldn’t dare!” she said in a near gasp, remembering all the times he’d given her an ultimatum—and won.

He folded his arms, mouth clamping into a tight smile. “Try me.”

“Oooooo …!” Frustration surging, she crumpled the chemise up in a ball and pelted it straight in his face.

“Suit yourself,” he said in an unruffled tone, moving around to her side of the bed with the chemise in hand.

“You are nothing but vile, Finn McShane,” she rasped, scurrying to the other side of the bed as quickly as she could wrapped in blankets like a rolled dumpling. But apparently not quick enough given the fist that Finn latched on to her foot. Bucking like a thorn-saddled mule, she tried to kick him, but he had her pinned to the bed in a blink of those deadly hazel eyes that now studied her with affection. “Holy saints above, I’ve missed you, Libby,” he whispered as he hovered, the husky sound of her name on his lips disarming the blaze of her temper with a fire of a whole ’nother kind. Her tongue parched dry while her so-called nausea barnstormed her belly like a herd of hummingbirds.

No! She was so stunned, she couldn’t speak, and when he leaned in to nuzzle her mouth, his groan stole her protest altogether as she gasped, those deadly lips taking advantage with a kiss so deep, it collided with a weak moan of her own. “Libby, I love you,” he rasped, “and God help me, I’ve never stopped.”

Never stopped? His words instantly paralyzed her to the bed, dousing the heat of his kiss when she suddenly remembered the day of their awful fight. The day Griffin Alexander McShane bullied instead of loved, giving her no recourse but to storm right out of his life. The truth cramped in her chest.

And he let her.

 ❤️Hugs and HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!

Julie

3:16AM

Sunday, January 14, 2018

❤️ New Contest! ❤️

Scroll Down to Enter for 10 Books or $50 Gift Card,

Character Named After You or Loved One

in my Next Book and Signed Copy!


Jesus said to him, “If you can believe,

all things are possible to him who believes.”

Immediately the father of the child cried out

and said with tears,“Lord, I believe; help my unbelief!”

— Mark 23-24


One thing I have learned about God in my almost 45 years as a Christian is He does everything on purpose, both in our lives and in His Word. For instance, nothing in the Bible is by accident — not repetition, not the order in which certain Scriptures appear, not imagery — nothing! It's all there for a purpose, be it for emphasis, symbolism, prophecy, whatever.

So the fact that God included the Scripture story above in the Bible means He wants us to know that yes, faith is critical to the Christian walk. But it's not always easy nor always a given, especially when it involves something close to our heart. 

A troubled marriage.

A wayward child.

A critically ill loved one.

Because we are mere flesh and blood whose faith falters as much as we do, but God already knows that. So He gave us a fail-proof way to shore up that frail and fractured faith:

“Lord, I believe; help my unbelief!”

Yep, you guessed it — prayer! Now, I've always been a HUGE proponent of prayer, someone who believes in stopping and praying on the spot for whatever and whomever. I can't tell you how many times I've prayed in hallways, stairwells, parking lots with people who, admittedly, many times looked like deer in headlights when I asked, "do you mind if we pray about it?"

Of course, I never waited for their answer (thus the deer look). Nope, I just forged right ahead, staring them in the eye and praying out loud like we were doing no more than chatting about our weekends or what project we were working on.

But I can tell you right now that with all the thousands of people I've prayed with (and yes, I've been doing this a long time with people on the spot, at prayer luncheons with my sisters, and over six prayer partners through a course of 44 years), never once did I have someone say no. Okay, one person — one — did ask me to pray about it on my own (a dear friend and you know who you are! 😘). But other than that, all I ever saw and heard were gratitude and tears. Oh yeah, and answers to prayer — lots and LOTS of answers to prayer.

But never have I believed prayer is more critical than in today's world — a virtual lifeline from God! And never have I believed in the power of prayer more than I do now because I have seen God's intervention too many times.

But prayer's not easy for everybody. Sometimes anger or forgiveness won't allow someone to pray for the person God wants them to. Or their faith is just not up to believing that God will answer their prayers. Well, if that's you — you're in luck! Because no matter where we are in our hearts regarding prayer, there is a FIRST STEP we can ALWAYS take to get where we need to be. A critical step that Mitch Dennehy, my hero from A Passion Redeemed, learned the hard way:

His eyes blurred as he stared in the mirror. He blinked once, and everything shifted into focus. He released a draining breath. “All right, God, I’m done. Done keeping you at arm’s length. Done doing it on my own. I’m ready to give you everything—my life, my hopes, my desires. Help me. Guide me. Show me what to do.”

Forgive.

His jaw tightened and then released. Slowly, he expelled a weighted breath, like fingers being pried away and letting go. “Okay, I’ll try. But not on my own. Help me.”

Pray for him.

The concept was clear, but the application was as foreign as the Greek in which the apostle Matthew had penned it: love your enemies … bless those who curse you … pray for those who persecute you.

Mitch closed his eyes, unable to imagine ever uttering a prayer for Rigan. “I can’t.”

Pray.

His fists balled on the edge of the sink. Faith had once told him when you can’t pray, pray that you can. He opened his eyes to glare upward. “All right … help me to want to pray.”

His fists relaxed. The tension eased from his face. Hope overtook him like a flash flood. Mitch exhaled, aware that his hands were trembling. He looked up at the ceiling. “Dear God in Heaven, where have you been all my life?”

Where? He's been right there with us all along, hoping we will utilize the greatest tool He has ever given us — prayer.

So if your faith is a wee bit shaky on a given prayer request that's a little too close to your heart (and whose isn't at times??), then simply pray for God to help you to pray OR at least to want to pray. Then pray for Him to bolster your faith as well just like the guy in our Scripture quote above, growing that tiny mustard seed into an imposing oak that can withstand any storm the enemy sends your way.

Because as we all know, our God is not only in the business of calming storms ... He also causes the sun (Son) to bring its (His) warmth and light when He calms our raging seas.

A furious squall came up, and the waves broke over the boat,

so that it was nearly swamped. Jesus was in the stern, sleeping on a cushion.

The disciples woke him and said to him, “Teacher, don’t you care if we drown?”

He got up, rebuked the wind and said to the waves, “Quiet! Be still!”

Then the wind died down and it was completely calm.

— Mark 37-39

Hugs and Happy sailing!

Julie

❤️ Fun New Contest!

CHRISTIAN ROMANCE NEEDS YOU! Are you grateful for Christian romance? I sure am! Well, this is our chance to let our voices be heard.

Family Fiction magazine is taking a poll in which you can vote for five of your favorite authors plus your favorite type of romance story in their CHRISTIAN ROMANCE READERS POLL, which ends January 29, 2018. Results will be announced in Family Fiction's 2018 Christian Romance Special Edition, which will be available for FREE in February.

PLEASE VOTE because it's easy, it's fun, AND it's how to enter my contest below, so here's the link:

Christian Romance Readers Poll!

Once you have voted, just come back here to enter my CHRISTIAN ROMANCE ROCKS Contest in the Rafflecopter box at the bottom of this page, and you will have three chances to win. I will announce the winners in a Journal Jot blog after January 29th, so GOOD LUCK! PLEASE NOTE: You do NOT have to vote for me in Family Fiction's contest to enter my contest!


Grand Prize:

  —Choice of Ten Top CBA Books* or $50 Amazon Gift Card

—Character Named for You/Loved One in Upcoming Release, Love's Silver Lining

—Signed paperback copy of Love's Silver Lining

*10 new or almost new books by top CBA authors such as Rachel Hauck,

Denise Hunter, Becky Wade, Beth Vogt, and more!


Two Runners-Up:

   —Character Named for You/Loved One in Upcoming Release, Love's Silver Lining

—Signed paperback copy of Love's Silver Lining

 

❤️ My Next FB Live Save the Date!

What's the most romantic thing my husband has ever done for me? How did he propose? How did we meet? Well, I plan to give you the whole scoop in my February Valentine's Issue Facebook Live on my FB Author Page, so come on by!

It will be a celebration of Christian romance because I also want to know your most romantic stories as well, be they about your spouse, your parents, another relative, or just a good friend. Or just tell me your favorite romantic movie!

I will pick five winners out of the comments POSTED DURING my FB LIVE on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15 at NOON CST, who will win their choice of my indie e-books INCLUDING my most recent release, For Love of Liberty, or my upcoming release, Love's Silver Lining, or even Romance-ology 101 PLUS an e-copy of my Alternate Ending to Gone With the Wind, When The Fog Clears, so come on by!

CAN'T MAKE IT DURING THE ACTUAL FB LIVE? No worries! Just leave a comment whenever you can, and I will pick one winner to receive the prize listed above!

So mark your calendars and here's the link:

JULIE'S FB LIVE ON THURSDAY, FEB. 15, NOON CST

 

❤️ Rare Blog Giveaway!

Join me on MontanaMade Tell Tale Reviews Blog on FEBRUARY 14, 2018 when I talk about KISSES and you'll be entered to win your choice of my indie e-books INCLUDING my most recent release, For Love of Liberty, or my upcoming release, Love's Silver Lining, or even Romance-ology 101.

So mark your calendar, and hope to see you there!

 

 

❤️ Rave Reviews for Liberty!

"JULIE LESSMAN + WESTERN ROMANCE = GOLD RUSH!"

--Meez Carrie from the Reading Is My SuperPower blog

MEGA HUGS to Carrie Booth Schmidt for a fabulous review on For Love of Liberty! Carrie said: "I think Julie Lessman was created to write westerns. I have loved her historicals, and I have loved her contemporaries, but I’m telling you … Passion, romance, and faith are skillfully woven together in a story that keeps readers engaged from beginning to end." Check out the full review HERE!

If you have posted a review for For Love of Liberty, THANK YOU SOOO MUCH! And if you haven't read my latest novel, For Love of Liberty yet, why not? Liberty is a 5-star novel on Amazon for only $3.99, so do check it out HERE!

 

 

 

 

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