Thursday’s musings

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I took this yesterday while writing beneath my favorite Aspen tree. We had a good long bonding moment, Mr. Aspen and me because there’s a huge storm blowing in today.

By this time tomorrow, the leaves will be gone and we’ll have a foot and a half of snow. And unlike a few weeks ago, this time the snow will probably stick around until spring.

I’m not sure how I feel about this. I’ve just gotten resigned to no more paddle boarding and lake fun until next summer, but I don’t feel ready for the constant twenty-five layers and snow shoveling. But on the positive side? Shoveling snow takes a lot of calories, so guilt free cookie consumption… Silver lining!

Oh and while I have you here, a tiny tease quote for Rescue My Heart, out on shelves now:

Looking directly into Adam’s eyes caused a condition known as lust,
which in turn caused its own condition. Stupidity.

So my question of the day is … if you intend to buy the book, or if you already have, what form? Paper or ebook? And if ebook, for Nook, Kindle, or other? I’ll be drawing five names from today’s comments who will receive a copy of my Christmas anthology UNDER THE MISTLETOE, but remember this is a SHORT story and it’s digital only. You do NOT have to have an ereader, it’s short enough that you can read on your computer or phone or whatever device you want.

Now I’m off to make sure we have enough cookies to last through the duration … ๐Ÿ˜€

p.s. for those of you who’ve read RESCUE MY HEART, would you mind rating it at B&N? You’d have my undying gratitude. ๐Ÿ™‚

175 Comments on “Thursday’s musings

  1. I own Rescue My Heart in both print and digital format. Found print copy at Books A Million and my eBook is for kindle. Loved Adam’s story so much!!!

  2. Definitely going to purchase Rescue My Heart via ebook for my Nook cause I’m a Nookworm!

    Can’t wait for the short story as Mia is one of my favorite characters. Keep them coming Jill, we lovem!

  3. I’ve already finished the book. I pre-ordered it on Amazon and read it on my kindle. The story was outstanding. I really did love it.

    As for the snow I kinda miss it living in Florida….oh but wait the cold is why I moved from NY to FL…LOL ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. I buy both. I have a paper collection that I cannot let go of. Sometimes I just need to feel the paper in my hands.

  5. I’ve got my order in for a print copy, so it will match my collection. Buying would love to win the Christmas anthology because we can’t get it here in Australia and I want to read Mia’s story sooooo bad ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Just finished Rescue My Heart late last night. Sleepy this morning, but it was so worth it! Loved Adam and Holly’s story. I had preordered it for my Kindle.

  7. I preordered it for Kindle. I got my first Kindle 2 1/2 years ago when my husband started suggesting I had too many books. Silly man, there are NEVER too many books!

  8. I preordered a print copy, which has not yet arrived because of the storms in our area :(. . . . I really like to have an actual book in my hands!

  9. I will probably get the nook version, but I’m not picky — either digital or paperback is good for me!

  10. I have almost all of your books on my Nook. I use that mainly, but do have the Kindle apps on my phone and computer. I consider it the best of both worlds! Hunker down, then eat and shovel away!

  11. Bought it for my Nook and am amost finished reading it. By the way, LOVE IT ๐Ÿ˜€ . When she drove the ATV into the ditch I laughed so loud my husband came out to see what I was watching on TV…he doesn’t get my love of books. Can’t wait for book 4 ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. I got the print version from the library. I do have a tablet for those novellas and other books that are only available as eBooks, but certain authors I prefer hardcopy when I purchase – you, Higgins, Cruisie, Susan Elizabeth Phillips and Susan Andersen

  13. I plan to get it for my Kindle. I can only read for a short time with a print book because of my arthritis. Don’t have the problem with the Kindle. Looking forward to reading it.

  14. I bought it on Tuesday on my Kindle. That bookstore is open 24 hours a day and is in my home. You just can’t beat that for convenience. Kindle comes in very handy when we are traveling.

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