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I am a very quiet person that dabbles in many hobbies.  I have found writing to be my passion to take me away from my stress and help me relax.  Very family oriented, I enjoy spending time with family and friends doing a big cookout or just having a good round of sister talk with the girls. I take each and blessing as a gift and never question why things happen.  We have to take the good with the bad to complete ourselves as a person.

Sunday, October 12, 2014

B.R.A.B. Reading Warrior Awards 2014

I'm in total shock of being nominated for an award in BRAB Reading Warrior Awards.  Below is the link.  If you would like to vote for me, the polls are open until October 14, 2014.  Thank you in advance.

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Saturday, October 11, 2014

One Day Left To Enter

Head over to Goodreads to enter for a chance to win.


Goodreads Book Giveaway


Teach Me to Love Again by Toye Lawson Brown

Teach Me to Love Again

by Toye Lawson Brown


Giveaway ends October 13, 2014.

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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Another Snippet from BURNED Ready for Pre-Order on Amazon.



Orlando’s cell phone rang at the same time Nick’s went off. Nick wiped his hands and answered the phone. His skin crawled when he saw the number. Orlando’s face showed the same concern. It was the emergency number. The recording would require them to report to work on the double. A serious fire or another disaster had occurred and all firefighters, on duty or off would be required to handle it.

“Let’s roll,” Orlando said taking off the apron.

They entered the backyard where the women were. “Hey, baby, we got a call, Nick and I have to report to the firehouse.”
Regan’s eyes widened. “What happened?”

“I don’t know but it’s serious. The food is ready to go on the grill. I’ll call you when I get a chance.” He kissed Regan and motioned for Nick and said, “Come on, Nick.”

Nick stopped, turned back and seen the worry on Lincoln’s face. Men with dangerous jobs took those looks seriously. Returning from a job unscathed was not a guarantee, and a last look shared could be the last. He went over to her. “Hey, don’t look like that. We’re supermen remember,” he said with a smile.

“I’m not worried.” On impulse, she stood on tiptoe and pressed her lips to his.

He melted from the quick peck of the kiss. He tore away from her gaze after Orlando’s final order for him to get moving. “I’ll call you as soon as I can.”

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