Cauldron of Love has been released!

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After two years, thirty contributors, artwork, one trailer, edits, proof reading and more, Writers Unite to Fight Cancer is proud to announce that Cauldron of Love our WUFC Cookbook is available! The full color coil-bound version with 190 recipes $24.95. Break bread with us and celebrate life.

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List of Contributors: Anna Arnett, Anna del C Dye, Brenda Novak, Bridgette Crosby, Caroline Porter, Cheree Alsop, Connie Sokol, David Calvert, David Lee Summers, Donna Dustin, Doreen Bloomer, Emily Larsen, Jadi, Karly Blair, Kebba Button Buckley, Kerry Blair, Lisa Finder, Liz Adair, Louise Laughlin, Margaret Larsen Turley, Marilyn Hartness, Marina Martindale, Morgan Vanessa Harbinger, Ora Smith, Penny Freeman, Sarah M. Eden, Serena Freewomyn, Shari McClaws,Vanessa Joy.

Cauldron of Love features eighteen categories with  international family favorites, remedies, delicious gluten free and dairy free cuisine, comfort food for patients battling cancer and other tantalizing morsels.

100% of the profits from cookbook sales will be donated to Cancer Research.

Email  or call Margaret for other payment options at: / 480-586-7902.

A Timeless Romance Anthology: Old West Collection

Old West Anthology RGBThe six great  award-winning authors featured in A Timeless Romance Anthology: Old West Collection include Carla Kelly, Sarah M. Eden, Liz Adair, Annette Lyon, Heather B. Moore and Marsha Ward. This western romance collection is available on Amazon today!

Break a Leg by two-time Rita Award winner Carla Kelly is a charming tale. Hospital steward Colm Callahan is ready to move away from army life at Fort Laramie. His only regret is leaving behind exotic Ozzie Washington, easily the prettiest woman on the post. As a maid to the lieutenant colonel’s wife, Ozzie is no wilting flower when it comes to hard work. When the post surgeon leaves for an extended week, Colm must handle several medical emergencies on his own. He pleads for Ozzie’s help at the hospital. While they spend long days and nights working together, Colm, a shy man, realizes he can’t hide the truth of his feelings for Ozzie.

The Soldier’s Heart by Sarah M. Eden enchants the reader as they follow Gregory Reeves who has fallen in love with a woman he’s never met. Her brother’s dying wish is that Gregory checks on his family, and after the war, Gregory is only too happy to meet the woman he’s been dreaming about. Helene mistakes him for a hired hand and sets him to work immediately. As time passes, Gregory finds it more and more difficult to reveal his true connection to her family, fearing that a woman who loathes liars will turn her disapproval on him.

Liz Adair   beguiles the reader with Hidden Spring, in which Susannah Brown is just getting her life back together after becoming a widow. She still misses Wesley with a fierce longing, but when she meets his half-brother, Douglas, she learns her heart is not completely dormant. Over the next several weeks, Douglas helps Susannah with repairs on her small ranch in exchange for supper. The exchange becomes more and more meaningful as Susannah realizes that Douglas might be the one to finally heal her heart.

In Annette Lyon’s delicious story, The Sweetest Taste, Della Stafford hates being a farm girl in the tiny town of Shelley, Idaho. She’ll do anything to live in a big city and experience real city life. Her only regret is that she’d have to leave Joseph behind, the young man who makes her heart flutter. But she’s convinced that moving away is for the best; her dreams and Joseph’s dreams are too dissimilar. Then Della takes a job as a maid in Los Angeles and must face the truth that what she thought would make her happy and what really will are totally different things.

Heather B. Moore, crafts a sweet romance between an unlikely pair in The Silver Mine Bachelor. Lydia Stone has a checklist for men who qualify as the eligible bachelors in the mining town of Leadville, Colorado. Her new boss, Mr. Erik Dawson, is about to be struck off the list when she sees him coming out of the town brothel. Lydia doesn’t know that Erik Dawson’s sister has been living the brothel lifestyle for years, and he’s set on redeeming her soul. When Lydia discovers Erik’s secrets, she learns that life is not as black and white as she thinks.

Mystery captivates the reader in Faith and the Foreman by Marsha Ward. Faith Bannister is forced to travel west to earn a living as a school mistress in Arizona Territory. Faith soon learns that living the frontier lifestyle of a single woman has many harsh challenges. But when she meets Slim McHenry, she discovers that life doesn’t have to be so lonely. Rance Hunter’s treacherous plots stand between her and Slim.  She must act with courage and ingenuity before everything is lost.

A Timeless Romance Anthology: Old West Collection can be purchased on Amazon starting today – Click HERE!

Longing for Home Series by Sarah M. Eden

LforHShelfSlideSarah M. Eden is a fantastic Regency Romance author who recently wrote a two book Historical Irish-American Western Romance series: Longing for Home. This week (March 10th – 16th) readers have the opportunity to participating in the 2014 RONE Awards decision making process.  The RONE Award is growing in significance throughout the Indie/Small Press publishing arena. Longing for Home has reached the semi-final round of the RONE awards. You can help Sarah reach the final round (6 finalists will be chosen from 23 semi-finalists) by voting HERE

Longing  for Home Book I:

Still haunted by the dark days of Ireland’s Great Famine, Katie Macauley has come to Hope Springs, Wyoming Territory, a town sharply divided between the Americans who have settled there, with their deep hatred of the Irish, and the Irish immigrants who have come searching for a place to call home. Two men vie for her heart, turning her thoughts for the first time toward a future away from Ireland. Katie must now make the hardest decision of her life: stay and give her heart a chance at love, or return home and give her soul the possibility of peace.

Longing for Home Book II: Hope Springs

Katie’s heart still remains sharply divided between playful Tavish and steady Joseph, though she feels ill-prepared to make a decision. Furthermore, the town is more divided than ever with both the Irish and the Reds stealing property, burning buildings, and endangering lives. In the midst of the growing unrest, tem­peratures drop quickly, too quickly, and Irish nightmares of famine and cold resurface as the little Wyoming town struggles to beat the harsh winter. Katie makes one sacrifice after another to keep the peace and help see her loved ones through the difficult days ahead, but will her efforts be enough? Can the town make amends before their hatred consumes them all? And will Katie find the love she has been searching for as well as a home to call her own?

Margaret:  Your other novels are Regency Romance.  What inspired you to change settings and why?

Sarah:  Many years ago while undertaking a little casual historical research just for fun (yes, I’m a bit strange) I began reading about the Irish immigrant experience in mid-19th Century America. I began to wonder how that  felt, what they would have seen and experienced. As I read more about the Great Famine in Ireland that led to the mass emigration of poor, destitute Irish, a story began forming in my mind of what that experience might have been like. The story simply grew from there.

Margaret:  Do you have family history stories that contributed to the ideas for this series?

Sarah:  I do have a very proud Irish heritage, which I harkened back to many times in this story. While none of the characters’ lives or experiences are drawn directly from my own family history, I did pepper the story with little details that paid homage to my ancestors. Katie, the heroine, comes from the same tiny town in County Donegal that my family lived in for centuries. Some family names appear amongst the cast of characters.

 Margaret:  The feud here is so intense and real. Have you experienced anything like this that inspired your writing. If not, tell us what research helped you the most to create these intense scenes.

Sarah:  I haven’t personally experienced that kind of hatred or  prejudice, but I think it is a problem that continues to plague society. We see discrimination and anger all around us. It wasn’t hard to imagine how that would feel and how easily it could lead to violence in an isolated and tense location like Hope Springs. In my study of 19th Century America and Ireland, I read about many instances of prejudice, segregation, and a determination to distrust and dislike others.

Margaret:  Are there more stories coming from you for A Proper Romance collection?

Sarah:  That hasn’t been determined at this point. I’m working hard on some new projects and am looking forward to seeing where they go.

Margaret:  What is your current WIP and when can we expect to  be able to read it.

Sarah:  I’m working on another  story set in the 1870s American West with a bit of an Irish flare, something my agent has dubbed “an Irish Western.” The wheels of publishing turn slowly, so it’s hard to say when this book will be on shelves. I do have a book due out in September of this year, however, another Regency romance.

Margaret: Thank you, Sarah, for taking the time from your very busy schedule to visit about Longing For Home.  I look forward to reading everything you write.