Upcoming Virtual Book Tours

It’s been a great year of virtual book tours and guests.  This coming year of 2010 is going to be even better. Our Virtual Book Tours – Authors on the Move group is going to have ongoing tours that last through the month so you’ll have plenty of time to visit all the blogs and meet even more writers.

We are a group of children’s book authors, fiction and nonfiction who love sharing fellow authors with our readers. In January, the first post is January 2nd on this blog. I’ll have a schedule of the additional blog tour and dates available.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to All

This is Christmas week and my favorite time of the year. I love the music, the Christmas movies, and getting together with friends and family. Most of all I love celebrating the birth of Jesus and what that means to me and others.

Christmas Tree

2009 has been an amazing year of book releases under my own name – Rebekah Redeemed, Shelter from the Storm, and participating in the anthology Flash Tales: An Adventure in Words. One of the books I ghosted became a best seller in Canada.

I’m hoping that everyone will have a wonderful 2010.

Seattle Book Signing – Shelter from the Storm

I had a great book signing at New and Again in Everett, WA, on Saturday December 12. I had a great time.

The store supports the Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County.  I wanted to share some pictures from this book signing that is part of the book launch for Shelter from the Storm.

New and Again book signing

Shelter from the Storm is available on amazon.com and Barnes & Nobel as well as from my website.

Upcoming Booksignings

For those of you in the Seattle, Washington area, there will be a book signing to benefit the Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County.


“Shelter from the Storm”

Saturday, December 12, 2009

New and Again

3116 Rucker Avenue

Everett, WA

12:00 noon – 2:00 pm

My Holiday guest is Lea Shivaz

Thanks so much for coming by for a visit, Lea,                               

I’m glad to be here, thanks for having me.

You are one of the busiest women I know. Lea is the founder of the MuseOnline Writers Conference and maintains the Museonline writers group, as well as numerous blogs and websites. And, she still has time to write and occassionally dog sit. Tell us about your bookBubba & Giganto: Odds Against Them.

Bubba  hates it when his dad gets a contract for a new project. That means uprooting the family from one city and moving to another. Attending a new school is a major pet peeve of his. His smart alecky nature attracts the bullies in every school he’s attended.

 On the first day of school, Bubba bumps into this rather large student. Fearing a confrontation, he wears his tough guy attitude and waits for the punches to begin. Remarkably, the new student apologizes, and Bubba and David (aka Giganto as Bubba eventually nicknames him) become best friends.

 Bubba and Giganto try out for the high school soccer team, and that’s when trouble begins. Bubba knew eventually he’d meet the bullies of the school, and he was right.

 In the first initial weeks, Bubba learns about a death that occurred the previous year; faces the bullies on several occasions; helps Giganto practice soccer before tryouts; and challenges the bullies to a scrimmage.

 Little does Bubba know Giganto holds a secret – one that will place Giganto in a deadly situation.

Lea, this sounds like a great children’s book. Where can people get for a Christmas gift?

It’s available at these places:



4RV Publishing


Barnes & Noble


The Reading Warehouse


Thanks so much for visiting during this busy time of year, Lea.

I was glad to visit. Thanks for having me.