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I'm an LDS historical/contemporary fiction author, stay at home mom, homeschooler, freelance editor, and media reviewer. I love to read, I love to share my thoughts on what I've read, so GoodReads is pretty much right up my alley. I appreciate recommendations for clean reads and seek friendships with people who enjoy reading the types of things I also enjoy reading.


So far, "Dearly Departed" is going over well. Now, you have to keep in mind that the persons I've heard from consist of my twelve-year-old son, my fourteen-year-old daughter, my ageless husband, and my even more ageless mother. But I'm sure that their adoration of my little story can only be symptomatic of the onslaught of praise I'm going to get from other, non-related readers, right? Because... Read more of this blog post »
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Agent in Old Lace
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Turning Pages
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Secret Sisters (Secret Sist...
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Nothing to Regret
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Strength to Endure
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message 11: by Tristi

Tristi Susan wrote: "Reading SECRET SISTERS and getting a kick out of Ida Mae. Recently released after spending seven years as a counselor to our Stake RS Pres, named Arletta. Fun story!"

That's awesome!


message 10: by Susan

Susan Aylworth Reading SECRET SISTERS and getting a kick out of Ida Mae. Recently released after spending seven years as a counselor to our Stake RS Pres, named Arletta. Fun story!


Stephanie Skeem Hiya,

Thanks for the add. Gosh, you've written a lot of books. That's really awesome.
*Steph*


Stephanie Fowers Holy Hannah, yeah, you read a lot! I'll be checking out your site for sure :)


Lacresha Tristi,

I love your writing. I plan to purchase all of your titles. I love historical fiction, but not many can do it as well as you. Love to you and God bless you.

Lacresha Hayes
www.lacreshahayes.com


message 5: by Lee

Lee Thanks for being my goodreads buddy, Tristi!

My new romantic suspense, The Twist is a Bookstrand #1 Bestseller! A story of mind-bending control and unnerving metamorphosis, The Twist unravels the tale of a hotshot consultant as he struggles to foil a plot to steal $12 million and to rescue the feisty, female scientist who has stolen his heart.

READ AN EXCERPT FROM THE TWIST


Lee

Lee Silver
"Romance With a Twist"
THE TWIST, BookStrand #1 Bestseller
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message 4: by Lee

Lee Thanks for being my goodreads buddy, Tristi!

My new romantic suspense, The Twist is a Bookstrand #1 Bestseller! A story of mind-bending control and unnerving metamorphosis, The Twist unravels the tale of a hotshot consultant as he struggles to foil a plot to steal $12 million and to rescue the feisty, female scientist who has stolen his heart.

READ AN EXCERPT FROM THE TWIST


Lee

Lee Silver
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Adrenals Hi! Thanks for writing about me....sure love you,

Matt


Tristi I lose track of who I'm friends with . . . and I'd sure rather be friends with you twice than not at all! :)


message 1: by Liz

Liz Hi, Tristi,
Thanks for inviting me to be your friend! For some reason, I thought I already was--in the goodread sense. I like your choice of books--especially the seventh one. I remember seeing the movie Mrs. Mike when I was a young girl--probably early 50's. Maybe I'll look for the book.
Liz Adair


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