Tuesday, July 2, 2013
♥ HAPPY ANNIVERSARY RICK! ♥
Since it is now midnight here in Georgia, and officially July 3rd, I
want to wish my angel husband a Happy 36th anniversary. Yes, I still
celebrate the day we were married even after him being gone almost seven
years. Our courtship was short, we became engaged less than a week
after we started dating, and were married three months later. Our
beautiful and talented daughter Amanda arrived 2.5 years later and made
life even better. Rick died after a head injury that destroyed his mind
and body, but I know that he is watching over me and Amanda. It's sad
when you think you have all the time in the world to grow old together
and then death steps in to take away that dream. So, for all the fights,
the making ups, the love, the laughter, the tears, and the joy, thank
Happy anniversary, baby! Love you Rick! ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
Posted by Faith V. Smith at 9:05 PM
Thursday, June 27, 2013
Sunday, January 27, 2013
HERE'S A PEEK AT MY LATEST COVER
It is a time travel featuring Tiernan, the king of the Seelie Court from a previous book, "Semper Fi Magick."
What happens when a fae king gets sent to the ancient past and must fight to survive without his magick?
And what if the chieftain of the Viking clan he is taken prisoner by is a sensual and enthralling, sword toting, beauty?
COMING SOON FROM THE WILD ROSE PRESS!
Posted by Faith V. Smith at 3:10 PM
Thursday, December 20, 2012
MY CHRISTMAS WISH TO YOU!
This is for all my fans who have been so patient in waiting for me to produce something new in the way of books. Due to back problems, 2012 was not a productive year. I'm so looking forward to having 2 to 4 new books out in 2013.
Since you all have been nice and not so naughty, here is a little something for you! I first wrote this in December of 2010 and did a bit of tweaking for your reading pleasure.
A Special Thank you to Evan Scott, Cover Model Extraordinaire, and his Lovely and Talented Author Wife Tamara McHatton
`Twas the night before Christmas,
and I crept through my house. I wanted to
see who was stirring and about.
I looked at my stocking and much to my surprise,
there seemed to be something resting inside.
I gasped and then frowned when all I felt was a pair
of scissors, and I thought to myself something is missing.
I looked around more and giggled out loud, for over
by the tree was a package and it was giant size.
I grabbed the scissors and tiptoed to the box. The wrapping
was beautiful, but that wasn't what I sought.
I needed to see what rested inside, so I yanked off the bow,
snipped the ribbon, and then tossed it aside.
May all your holidays be safe, lovely, and filled with lots of blessings. Oh and a large bag of books!
Posted by Faith V. Smith at 6:28 PM
IN CASE YOU WANTED TO KNOW BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK!
Here are a few questions you just might be anxious to see the answers for. The questions are courtesy of my dear and most talented author friend, Kristi Ahlers.And to check out her questions and answers click here for her blog, Kristi
What is the title of your work in progress? “Talone’s Promise.” It is a medieval romance. I am also working on several more.
Where did the idea come from for this book? It sorta of jumped into my mind back in 1995 when I was driving to and from a patient’s house.
What genre does your book fall under? Historical.
What authors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition? Wow, that is a hard question. I have no idea.
What is the one sentence synopsis of your book? Treachery, distrust, and honor collide when a warrior and a lady meet off the field of battle. Or something like that.
Will your book be self-published or represented by an agency? I am probably going with a publication house on this one.
How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript? Well, I started it in 1995, stopped for five years, and then it took me two years to finish. So overall seven years for the writing, and I am editing it now.
What other books would you compare this story to within your genre? Maybe “The Dragon & The Rose” by GiniRifkin
Who or what inspired you to write this book? I have no idea. I have just always loved medieval romance.
What else about your book may pique the readers' interest? There is an underlying matchmaking attempt as well as a villain who will make you want to smack him.
Posted by Faith V. Smith at 12:17 PM
Sunday, October 7, 2012
Come on over and party starting November 15th at The Romance Reviews site!
I will be giving away a copy of "Presidential Heat."
Gareth is forced to have a protective agent after terrorists target him. But no way will he allow the sexy Agent Jackson to fill that position. However, he changes his mind when White House security is breached. Now Kira is ordering him around, and when Air Force One goes down, she proves she's more than capable of doing her job. But what is he going to do about his growing fascination with her?
Circumstances and the media toss Kira and Gareth into a shady limelight and into matrimony to save their reputations. Kira's secret comes out and both he and Kira must decide if love will be enough to overcome “death do us part” with a vampire.
PRIZES, FUN, AND SO MUCH MORE!
Posted by Faith V. Smith at 6:51 AM