Friday, December 22, 2023

New Release! Deck the Halls at the Villa des Violettes by Patricia Sands ~ My Thoughts

Congrats Patricia
on the recent release of
Deck the Halls at the Villa des Violettes!
Deck the Halls at the Villa des Violettes by Patricia Sands
Holiday Fiction, Travel,199 pages
Published December 15, 2023 by Lake Union Publishing

Let the good times roll at the Villa des Violettes! Life returns to normal at Katherine and Philippe’s villa on the sun-kissed Mediterranean coast. Has someone won the heart of sweet Delphine? Hints of serious romance make this holiday season even more special and excitement is in the air. Irresistible aromas of mulled wine and roasting chestnuts mix with joyful sounds floating through the village streets from the Christmas markets.

Kat and Philippe make an unexpected road trip to the stunning French Basque countryside to help the young lovers meet with family. Delicious cuisine, deep traditions and heartwarming hospitality, amidst the stunning setting between the Atlantic and the Pyrenées, create unforgettable memories. Romance deepens with family acceptance. Plans are made. Hopes are high.

Back in Antibes, dear friends are returning, along with some surprises. It’s possible this could be the merriest holiday ever.

My thoughts about Deck the Halls at the Villa des Violettes ~~

(I love to note the first lines of the books I'm reading. First lines can really grab a reader's attention and I love seeing where the author takes the reader after their first line.)

First lines—"There are times when something bad caused good things to happen."

I absolutely love this series! I always feel like I'm taking a vacation to the Mediterranean coast with a wonderful group of kind and beautiful people. And now after reading Deck the Halls at the Villa des Violettes, I have spent a magical Christmas holiday with all of them. 

Patricia's stories set in the Villa des Violettes are so descriptive of the area that when the characters take a road trip to see the sites of visit some of their many friends, I feel like I am there and I am in total awe of the place. Katherine and Philippe are so kind and generous. I would love to be their friend. And someday I would love to see that area in person. Dream big, right? But honestly, from this series, I feel like I have visited there already. 

Deck the Halls at the Villa des Violettes was the perfect escape read for me at this harried time of year, with all the holiday goings on. I was able to get away and enjoy some festivities with a great group of people in a beautiful place. I highly recommend this story, as well as the whole series!


About the author

Patricia Sands lives 2 hours north of Toronto, but her heart's other home is the South of France. She spends part of each year on the Cote d'Azur and once a year leads a women-only tour of the Riviera and Provence based on her novels. 

Her award-winning 2010 debut novel, The Bridge Club, is a book club favorite and in December 2020, the Tenth Anniversary edition was published ~ the original story with revisions and a new Epilogue. The Promise of Provence, which launched her three-part Love in Provence series was a finalist for a 2013 USA Best Book Award and a 2014 National Indie Excellence Award, an Amazon Hot New Release in April 2013, and a 2015 nominee for a #RBRT Golden Rose award in the category of romance.

The Promise of Provence became Book #1 in the Love In Provence series. Promises To Keep ~ Book #2 was released in Summer 2014. I Promise You This ~ Book #3 was released in May 17, 2016. The series explores a mid-life coming of age and allows readers to lose themselves in the beauty of the south of France without leaving home.

Patricia was invited to join the Lake Union imprint (Women's Fiction) of Amazon Publishing in January 2015. Her fifth novel, Drawing Lessons, also set in France, and a semi-finalist in the 2018 Somerset Literary Awards, was released by Lake Union Publishing on October 1, 2017.

From December 2018 to January 2020, Patricia published a series of novellas is in response to readers' requests to spend more time with the characters from the Love in Provence series. The First Noël at the Villa des Violettes (Book 1), A Season of Surprises (Book 2) in the Villa des Violettes series and Lavender, Loss & Love at the Villa des Violettes (Book 3)were released in 2019/2020.

The Secrets We Hide was released in August, 2022 and has received the 2023 Book Excellence Winner award for Women's Fiction.

In February 2023, eight authors collaborated in an entertaining series of short novels, the Sail Away Series, each one set on a cruise. The first book was released on February 1 and for eight weeks after that a new book was published. Patricia's Lost At Sea, Book #8, was released March 15th.

A new Villa des Violettes book (#4) is in the works!

Celebrating the rewarding friendships and bonds women share, Sands' stories examine the challenges life often throws in our paths. Location features prominently in all of her novels.

Her philosophy is that it's never too late to begin something new, to seize each day and be a possibilitarian! As the saying goes, just do it! Hearing from readers (both men and women) is her greatest reward.

Visit her online at or and follow her on Instagram @psands.stories

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Thursday, December 21, 2023

New Release! The Library of Christmas Memories by Steena Holmes ~ My Thoughts #TheLibraryOfMemories @steenaholmes


The Library of Christmas Memories: A Christmas Market Novel by Steena Holmes
Friendship Fiction, Holiday Fiction, 252 pages
Published December 3, 2023 by SH Press

Some Christmas trips should come with a warning label…

Every year the Tinsel Traveler friends visit Christmas markets in different countries. This year is Belgium.

Mara wasn’t planning on going though, she was grieving the loss of her mother Stella. But her Tinsel Traveler friends - women who have become her family; Donna, Jo-Jo, Kat, Sandra, and Lucy, weren’t leaving one of their own behind.

If it wasn’t bad enough Mara had to be ready to leave in two days, Lucy gives her the first of a series of letters left by Stella, letters that reveal shocking discoveries and Mara questions if her whole life has been one lie after another.

With each letter Mara reads, Stella reveals another truth.

Amidst the twinkling lights of Brussels and Bruges, Mara looks to Lucy for answers, and it turns out visiting Belgium wasn’t just about the lure of handmade crafts and the aroma of mulled wine, or even the amazing chocolate. The bed and breakfast they’re staying at holds the key to Mara discovering more about her past and learning the truth the whole truth to who she really is.

And every Christmas trip must involve markets, carols, and of course chocolate!

During delicious chocolate walks and meanders through the Christmas Markets, not to mention tasting the different gluwein and endless hot toddies, Mara grapples with feelings of betrayal and forgiveness towards those she loves the most, she wonders if there are more secrets to come?

Explore fairy-tale Christmas Markets with The Library of Christmas Memories, the first book in The Tinsel Travelers Series, a new series that fans of Viola Shipman, Jenny Colgan, Rachel Hanna, and Mary Kay Andrews will enjoy.

My thoughts about The Library of Christmas Memories ~~

(I love to note the first lines of the books I'm reading. First lines can really grab a reader's attention and I love seeing where the author takes the reader after their first line.)

First lines—"Mara Pearce is three days shy of her forty-sixth birthday. She's three days shy of a birthday she won't be celebrating, and she's completely fine with that."

I know going into a Steena Holmes' novel that I am going to be going on a grand adventure. That was never more true than when I opened the pages of The Library of Christmas Memories. Mara and her group of friends take a wonderful trip together somewhere each year. She decides she isn't going to go this year as she is still grieving the recent loss of her mother. 

Well, her friends have other ideas and drag her along. It's what her mother wanted for her. She is totally sidelined when their dear friend, Lucy, gives her a letter that her mom wrote to Mara before her passing. The trip to Belgium is unlike any other trip she has taken, with so many questions and surprises, most of them so shocking to Mara. 

I loved everything about The Library of Christmas Memories. First of all, it's a Christmas story and what's not to love about that. There was plenty of drama as Mara tries to resolve the secrets that were kept from her by her mother. And then there were all of the Christmas markets that the group visited—something I would love to do someday—and I felt like I was experiencing it right along with all of these women. And lastly, but maybe the most delicious part, was all the chocolate that the group tested, tasted, and purchased to take home. Honestly, you'll need to have some chocolate on hand you're while reading this because you will be craving it!

I highly recommend The Library of Christmas Memories. It checks off all of my boxes as the perfect read for this time of year. This is book #1 is The Tinsel Traveler Series. I'm so excited to see what the Tinsel Travelers' next adventure will be.


About the author

New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author!

With 2 million copies of her titles sold world wide, Steena Holmes was named in the Top 20 Women Author to read in 2015 by Good Housekeeping. She continues to write books that deal with issues that touch parents heart, whether it is through her contemporary fiction or psychological suspense novels. 

To find out more about her books and her love for traveling, you can visit her website at ~ Amazon

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Tuesday, December 19, 2023

Release Day! Starting Over by Kay Bratt ~ My Thoughts #StartingOver @kaybratt

Happy Release Day!

Congrats Kay
on the release today of
Starting Over!

Starting Over by Kay Bratt
Women Sleuths, Suspense, 245 pages
Published December 19, 2023 by Red Thread Publishing Group 

Starting Over, the eighth book in the Hart's Ridge small-town mystery series by Kay Bratt, showcases the Gray family's unwavering strength as they face a crisis that threatens to tear them apart. When tragedy is on their doorstep and threatening to barge inside, they must come together to find the courage and hope to start anew.

Readers will be moved by the Gray family's resilience in the face of adversity, and heartened by the support they receive from the close-knit community of Hart's Ridge. But as they delve deeper into the story, they will realize that even the strongest bonds can be tested by secrets that have been kept hidden for far too long.

With Bratt's familiar emotional storytelling, Starting Over is a gripping tale of family and forgiveness that reminds us that tragedy can be a source of strength, and that hope is the key to overcoming even the darkest of times.

Starting Over is book eight of the new Hart's Ridge small-town mystery series, written by Kay Bratt, million-copy best-selling author of Wish Me Home and True to Me.

My thoughts about Starting Over ~~

(I love to note the first lines of the books I'm reading. First lines can really grab a reader's attention and I love seeing where the author takes the reader after their first line.)

First lines—"Lydia carefully scanned each item from her shopping cart, then bagged it. When she got to the giant bag of Doritos, she was quick so that others around her wouldn't see and judge her for buying junk food when she so obviously didn't need more calories to huddle up and pitch tents around her middle"

I love this series so, so much! After eight wonderful installments, this whole family has become my family. I am totally captivated by their lives and genially care about what they are going through. 

As Taylor and her coworkers work to solve a kidnapping that turns into so much more, Cate is at home recovering from her trauma. And to assist in this recovery, she has to open her home and her heart to a stranger. Life is hard. 

Each one of Kay's stories in this series is better than the last with this one being my new favorite! The way she blends a crime story with the personal relationships that are happening make these stories so enticing to read. I fly through each one and anxiously await the next one. 

The Hart's Ridge Series is amazing and I highly recommend it. Book #9 in scheduled to be released in April, 2024 and I can't wait!

I received an ARC of Starting Over from the author and this is my honest opinion.


Read my thoughts about book 1, Hart's Ridge here,
book 2, Lucy in the Sky here,
book #3 In My Life here,
book #4, Borrowed Time here
book #5, Instant Karma here
book #6 Nobody Told Me here
book #7, Hello Goodbye here.

Book #9 Blackbird is expected to be released on April 30, 2024!


About the author

Kay Bratt; Writer, Rescuer, Wanderer

As a writer, Kay used writing to help her navigate a tumultuous childhood, followed by a decade of abuse as an adult. After working her way through the hard years, Kay emerged a survivor and a pursuer of peace--and finally found the courage to share her stories. She is the author of more than a dozen full length books, with ten of those published by Lake Union Publishing. Kay writes women's fiction and historical fiction, and her books have fueled many exciting book club discussions. Her works have been translated into German, Korean, Chinese, Czechoslovakian, and Estonian.

As a rescuer, Kay currently focuses her efforts on animal rescue and is the Director of Advocacy for Yorkie Rescue of the Carolinas. As a child advocate, she spent a number of years volunteering in a Chinese orphanage, as well as provided assistance for several nonprofit organizations that support children in China, including An Orphan's Wish (AOW), Pearl River Outreach, and Love Without Boundaries. In the USA, she actively served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for abused and neglected children in Georgia, and spear-headed numerous outreach programs for underprivileged children in the South Carolina area.

As a wanderer, Kay has lived in nearly three dozen different homes, on two continents and in states from coast to coast in the USA. She's traveled to Mexico, Thailand, Malaysia, China, Philippines, Central America, Bahamas, and Australia. Currently she and her soulmate of more than 25 years enjoy life in their forever home on the banks of Lake Hartwell in Georgia, USA.

Kay has been described as southern, spicy, and a little sassy. Social media forces her to overshare and you don't want to miss some of the antics that goes on with her and the Bratt Pack. 

Find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and then buckle up and enjoy the ride. You can find a full list of her published works at -- To be notified when new books are released, please sign up for my monthly email newsletter at ~ Goodreads

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Monday, December 18, 2023

The Other Year by Rea Frey ~ My Thoughts #TheOtherYear @harpermusebooks

The Other Year by Rea Frey
Contemporary, Magical Realism, 352 pages
Published August 15, 2023 by Harper Muse

Can the entire course of a life be traced back to a single moment?

On a coveted two-week beach vacation, working mom Kate Baker’s nine-year-old daughter, Olivia, vanishes suddenly among the waves—a heart-dropping incident that threatens to uproot her entire reality. But in the next moment, Olivia resurfaces, joyously splashing.

What would I do if she didn’t come up? Kate wonders. How would I live without her?

In another set of circumstances that hold a different fate, Kate doesn’t have to wonder. Because in that “other” world, in the pulse-pounding seconds after Olivia goes under, she doesn’t come back up.

Told in parallel timelines, Kate begins to live two lives—one in which Olivia resurfaces and one in which she doesn’t. In the reality that follows her daughter’s death, she maneuvers through every mother’s worst nightmare, facing grief, rage, and the ques­tion of purpose in the aftermath of such profound loss. She endures, day by day, in a world without her daughter.

In her alternate timeline, while she explores a tremulous romance with her best friend, Jason, she finds herself grappling with the ex-husband who abandoned Kate and Olivia years prior. Even as Kate scrambles to hold her daughter close, Olivia pulls further away. The line between joy and loss seems to get thinner with each passing day.

Woven into a single story, both Kates discover a breathtaking fragility and resilience in their respective journeys. Bringing to light the drastic polarities dire circumstances often create, The Other Year explores truths about love, loss, and the sharp turns any life can take in the blink of an eye.

“In this world-altering women's fiction novel, single mother Kate Baker looks away for a single moment, only to lose sight of her daughter in the ocean. As a result, her world splits into two separate realities: one where she gets to keep being a mother and the other where she doesn't. The message is clear: Love your people. A tear-jerker with heart.” —Brenda Novak, New York Times bestselling author

My thoughts about The Other Year ~~

(I love to note the first lines of the books I'm reading. First lines can really grab a reader's attention and I love seeing where the author takes the reader after their first line.)

First lines—"The Red flag ripples in the wind. Olivia is all business, her body primed for the impending crush of waves."

What if you could see what your life would be like if things went a different way in a specific situation? That's the predicament Kate finds herself in when she and her daughter are enjoying a two-week vacation at the beach. In one life, she is trying to get through each day without her daughter, in her other world, she finds herself dealing with a lot of different drama. 

I loved the way this story was told, with two different scenarios or timelines, not knowing which one would win in the end. I ached for Kate when she felt like she couldn't go on without Olivia. And enjoyed the life she had with Olivia, even with all of the teenage angst that her daughter brought to her world. It made me stop and think about how different our lives can be in a snap of the finger. 

I thoroughly enjoyed The Other Year, as I have all of Rea Frey's books. This is one I will remember and think about for a long time. Highly recommend it!

I received an eARC of The Other Year via NetGalley and this is my honest opinion.


About the author

Rea Frey is the award-winning, bestselling author several nonfiction books and four suspense novels. Her latest women's fiction/magical realism novel, The Other Year, hits bookstores in August.

Known as The Book Doula, Rea helps other writers birth their books into the world. To learn more, visit ~ Goodreads

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It's Monday! What Are You Reading? December 18, 2023 #IMWAYR


It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a place to meet up and share what you have been, are and about to be reading over the week. It's an opportunity to visit other blogs and to comment on their reads. And ... you can add to that ever growing TBR pile! So welcome everyone. This meme started with J Kaye's Blog and then was taken up by Sheila from Book Journey. Sheila then passed it on to Kathryn at the Book Date. And here we are! 


Thanks for stopping by. I hope you all have a good week. 
Happy reading!

What I'm currently reading

The Half of It
by Juliette Fay
print ARC
Published February 14, 2023

Two Dead Wives
 by Adele Parks
Pub date ~ December 26

There's No Coming Back from This
by Ann Garvin
Narrated by Andi Arndt
audiobook from my shelves
Published August 1, 2023

What I recently finished

Deck the Halls at the Villa des Violettes
by Patricia Sands
e-book from my collection
Published December 15, 2023

The Bookshop by the Bay
by Pamela Kelley
eARC and print
Published June 6, 2023

The Library of Christmas Memories: A Christmas Market Novel
by Steena Holmes
e-book from my collection
Published December 2, 2023

What I am going to read next

A Lighthouse Christmas
by Jenny Hale
print from my shelves
Published October 2021

I really love my reading life!

What are you reading this week?


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Sunday, December 17, 2023

The Long Way Back by Nicole Baart ~ My Thoughts #TheLongWayBack @NicoleLynnBaart @AtriaBooks

The Long Way Back by Nicole Baart
Mystery, Thriller, 384 pages
Published June 13, 2023 by Atria Books

When an Instagram-famous teenager mysteriously disappears, her mother grapples with the revelation of dark secrets in this twisty, atmospheric thriller—from the author of Everything We Didn’t Say.

Mother and daughter Charlie and Eva never sought social media fame, but when a stunning photo of Eva went viral, fame found them. Now, after more than two years documenting life on the road in their vintage Airstream trailer, the duo has temporarily settled in a tiny Minnesota town. Eva is happily finishing her senior year of high school and applying to college, but Charlie longs for the adventures they left behind.

When Eva goes missing less than a week before her graduation, it’s Charlie who is immediately suspected of foul play—not just by their fans, but also by the police and the FBI. As a fight about one more road trip comes to light, and the truth about their relationship is questioned, Charlie realizes the rosy façade they portrayed online hid a complicated and potentially dangerous reality. Now, to clear her name and find out what has happened to her daughter, she’ll have to confront her own role in Eva’s disappearance—and whether she knew her daughter at all.

My thoughts about The Long Way Back ~~

(I love to note the first lines of the books I'm reading. First lines can really grab a reader's attention and I love seeing where the author takes the reader after their first lines.)

First lines—"Instagram Post #1 - I must be a mermaid, I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living. Anaïs Nin [IMAGE CONTENTS: A raven-haired girl beneath a waterfall.]" 

Such a great story of our times. At the center of everything is social media, with a mother and daughter team as Instagram stars. After a disturbing viral post, they decide to take a break from the drama, and for their own safety. And then Eva, the daughter goes missing and Charlie, her mom, is suspected of foul play. 

Charlie knows she is innocent and makes it her mission to find her daughter. The more she digs, the more disturbing information she uncovers. Secrets and unsavory people make the situation interesting, and dangerous. 

There are plenty of twists and turns in the story, along with the heartwarming relationship between Charlie and Eva. So much there to keep me interested in the story. It was nice to see a mother and daughter so close. The Long Way Back was a nice escape read that I enjoyed very much. 

I received The Long Way Back via NetGalley and this is my honest opinion.


About the author

Nicole Baart is the author of eleven novels, including Everything We Didn’t Say (an October 2021 Book of the Month selection and Amazon Editor's pick) and The Long Way Back. Best known for her “race-to-the-finish family dramas” (People), Baart is also the cofounder of a nonprofit and mother of five. She lives in Iowa with her family. ~ Goodreads 

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Saturday, December 16, 2023

This OR That #Giveaway № 132 ~ The Girl Before by J.P. Delaney OR Remember Me by Laura Hendrie #TheGirlBefore #RememberMe


I have sooooo many books!

The This or That Giveaway! feature that I post every Saturday is a way for me to cull my collection and to share some of the many books I have. I get to clear off some of my shelves to make room for more books and give someone else the chance to enjoy these treasures.

Good luck and be sure to stop back next week!


The Girl Before
by J.P. Delaney
Hardcover ~ Published April 2017

An enthralling psychological thriller that spins one woman's seemingly good fortune and another woman's mysterious fate through a kaleidoscope of duplicity, death, and deception.

Please make a list of every possession you consider essential to your life.

The request seems odd, even intrusive - and for the two women who answer, the consequences are devastating.


Reeling from a traumatic break-in, Emma wants a new place to live. But none of the apartments she sees are affordable or feel safe. Until One Folgate Street. The house is an architectural masterpiece: a minimalist design of pale stone, plate glass, and soaring ceilings. But there are rules. The enigmatic architect who designed the house retains full control: no books, no throw pillows, no photos or clutter or personal effects of any kind. The space is intended to transform its occupant - and it does.


After a personal tragedy, Jane needs a fresh start. When she finds One Folgate Street, she is instantly drawn to the space - and to its aloof but seductive creator. Moving in, Jane soon learns about the untimely death of the home's previous tenant, a woman similar to Jane in age and appearance. As Jane tries to untangle truth from lies, she unwittingly follows the same patterns, makes the same choices, crosses paths with the same people, and experiences the same terror as the girl before.


Remember Me
by Laura Hendrie
Hardcover ~ Published January 1999

A ferociously determined twenty-nine-year-old, Rose Devonic lives in Queduro, New Mexico, where she--like most others--makes her living selling embroidery. But a tragedy in her past has made her an outcast. Only by facing down her ghosts--and her hometown--will she learn to accept the liberating challenges of belonging, identity, and love.


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Monday, December 11, 2023

The Broken Hummingbird by Ann Marie Jackson ~ My Thoughts #TheBrokenHummingbird @AMJacksonAuthor @shewritespress @GoSparkPress

The Broken Hummingbird: A Novel by Ann Marie Jackson
Women's Literary Fiction, 328 pages
Published October 3, 2023 by She Writes Press

In the midst of a marital crisis, Jane hatches an unusual plan to avoid a custody battle. She convinces husband Kevin to walk away from the pressures of New York—in particular, her demanding job and an affair she almost had—in the hope that moving to their favorite city abroad will fix their family.

In San Miguel de Allende, Jane and her young sons delight in new adventures, but Kevin still seethes. Jane befriends a circle of intriguing women and helps two girls who remind her of the brother she abandoned when her own parents divorced. After witnessing violence involving the girls’ father, Jane’s vivid dreams, possibly guided by a hummingbird messenger from the hereafter, grow ever darker. When tragedy strikes San Miguel, the community fractures and then rises, and Jane must make a dangerous choice. 

The Broken Hummingbird balances the raw undoing of a marriage with the joys of discovery that lie in building a new life.

My thoughts about The Broken Hummingbird ~~

(I love to note the first lines of the books I'm reading. First lines can really grab a reader's attention and I love seeing where the author takes the reader after their first line.)

First lines—"Jane urges her son forward as a thousand dancers shuffle around them and spin up Calle Hidalgo under a darkening sky, their faces hidden behind paint depicting the dead they will become, with skull-white skin, black nose and eye sockets, and skeletal grins stretched wide."

The Broken Hummingbird is a very insightful look at another culture that is obviously near and dear to the author's heart. It's also a story of relationships, some beautiful and heartwarming—mother and child—as well as some disturbing ones—husband and wife—that just aren't meant to be. 

We, as readers, get to enjoy so many of the customs and ceremonies of a city in Mexico. At the same time, we get a personal look into the lives of Jane and Kevin, who move there for a better life for their family. The ceremonies were described beautifully and I felt like I was standing on the side of the road observing the gaiety. As Jane become more entrenched in the lives of the community, and one family in particular, Kevin, her husband has different ideas of what their lives should be like. Can I just say this was one dude I loved to hate? 

I thoroughly enjoyed my trip to San Miguel de Allende, savoring the beauty and goodness and happy that Jane was able to find a fulfilling life for her and her family. I highly recommend The Broken Hummingbird.

I received a copy of The Broken Hummingbird from the publisher and this is my honest opinion.


About the author

Ann Marie Jackson is co-founder of microlending organization Mano Amiga and former Vice President of Casita Linda, which builds homes for families living in extreme poverty in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Early in her career, after earning degrees from Stanford and Harvard, Jackson joined the U.S. Department of State to promote human rights in China and other East Asian and Pacific Island nations. She has worked for several NGOs, including Human Rights Watch, A Better Chance, and Internews, and traveled widely on five continents. 

This is her first novel. A portion of the proceeds from The Broken Hummingbird will benefit nonprofit organizations serving women and families in central Mexico. A native of Seattle, Washington, Jackson resides in San Miguel de Allende. ~ Goodreads

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