Fiction Book Reviews

A Match for Emma

COVERBook releases can be crazy things.

I’m a little behind with celebrating on my blog because other life things have been busy…but here we are now! And I’m so excited that Jon and Emma’s story has entered the cyberworld 🙂 (and also paperback).

Leading up to it there are so many things to put into place to help spread the word and gather in as many people to celebrate as possible.

A Match for Emma is my thirteenth book release and I can’t tell you how very sweet it is to have such a wonderful group of readers, bloggers, friends, and family pull together their forces and cheer on each story.

The seed for Emma’s story began as I wrote book 1 in the series, A Twist of Faith, and it was such fun to finally bring her story to light. I didn’t expect it to be so much fun…or challenging. You see, friends-to-more tropes can come in a lot of different shapes and sizes too. This one came with the two friends not having any romantic feelings for each other at the beginning of the story, so I was a little concerned about the ‘tension’ and ‘pacing’ matching what I usually wrote.

66350709_10219511473478168_4850297625250889728_n (2)I love the organic growth of the romance between Jon and Emma and…I must say I ADORED FINALLY getting to write their kisses 🙂 (The epilogue is my FAVORITE).

If you’d like to learn more about A Match for Emma, I’m sharing several links below that will take you to different interviews or blog posts I’ve been a part of for this story.

Thanks so JustRead Publicity Tours for making the release week fun!

Thanks to my Street Team (The Pepper Shakers) for celebrating with their usual veracity and joy!!! (You ARE THE BEST)

Thanks to my new Blame It On A Basham Book Reader group for joining in the fun for my very first release with you!

And thanks SO MUCH to readers who’ve been with me a long time, readers who have taken a chance on my stories, and readers who are just trying my stories out for the first time. The community we share is such a precious one!


Here is an interview on Randi’s blog that tells you more about me, my writing, and Emma!

Here’s an excerpt from A Match for Emma

A Fun blog post (on Faithfully Bookish) about the battle between Knightley and Darcy fans 😉

Another fun excerpt that shows Jon and Emma’s friendship.

One of the many sweet reviews!  

and another review.

Other stories that write Appalachia well

Playlist for A Match for Emma

Another interview from the amazing Toni Shiloh




3 thoughts on “A Match for Emma”

  1. Another wonderful addition to this series, and I just loved how Jon and Emma came to the realization that they felt more than friendship for the other.


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