Home is Where the Heart Is Blog Hop

Happy Valentine's Day!

You know, it's funny, but this little saying has so much truth. I have been married for nearly twenty years, and would be fine living in a car with my husband as long as I had him...and my family.

My most recent writing project is a Steampunk Fantasy series I am co-authoring with Paranormal Romance author, Melissa Turner Lee. The series, called Armored Hearts is set at the turn of the century and is a fantastic amalgam of Steam and Fae.

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Tristan Gareth Smyth has lived in the same home his entire life. Although his grandfather often leaves for London, he never takes his grandson with him because he finds the wheelchair cumbersome. So Gareth is stuck at Waverley Park with the servants.

His single source of freedom is in the fact he can fly, but in order to keep this secret, his adventures must be kept under the cover of night. Tabitha, his friend and close relation, is the only one who knows his secret.

When debtors come to call on Grandfather, there becomes only one way Gareth can keep his home. He must marry rich, and do so quickly.

 What is a home without love?
And do you agree with me that you can make a home anywhere as long as love is present?
here at my blog with your email address, and a lucky commenter will win an e-book copy of 
Winter Fae - the short story prequel to Armored Hearts

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and  visit the other blogs in the hop as well!


  1. You can live ANYWHERE as long as you have love. I'm just glad that anywhere is with my family in a nice home. ;) lol

  2. I DO think that one can make a home anywhere as long as there's love.

    I haven't been to your blog before. I love the name--Fat Free Faith!
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

  3. For me home is that place where I am loved, where I can be myself. It is somewhere comfortable, like warm and fuzzy slippers. It is where I feel safe, cared for and comforted. HOME used to be where ever my mother lived, but now that she is gone, it's my own home. I host all the holiday gatherings and love it. So to answer your question: Yes you can live anywhere as long at there is love.
    Thanks for being part of the hop and for the chance to win. <^_^>
    reneebennett35 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  4. Home is anywhere that my family is. Of course I would love to go visit my kids in their home, but they just keep moving back to my home. :D