Hello Readers!

I'm so glad you stopped by my site, because I've recently added a few things.

The first is information about my new Superromance release, Once A Ranger. Isn't the cover gorgeous?! Many of you will remember Kat Monroe from Welcome Home, Daddy; this is her chance to find the special, forever relationship that has always eluded her.

I'm also asking folks to sign up for my newsletter even if you've registered previously. Long story short, my newsletter list unexpectedly tanked. No cyber espionage involved, just Murphy's Law alive and well.

While you're here, feel free to explore. And please check back occasionally, because I plan on more changes soon...

The maker of a sentence launches out into the infinite and builds a road into Chaos and old Night, and is followed by those who hear him with something of wild, creative delight.

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

While writing The Secret Wife a few years ago, I discovered that my foray into Emerson's Chaos and old Night wasn't a solitary journey. What a huge revelation!

My critique partners at the time had strong, differing reactions to characters Maggie and Nancy McGuire, two women who, through no fault of their own, were married to the same man at the same time.

I came to the conclusion that, like authors, readers have their own voice they bring to each book--a voice shaped through their perceptions and life experiences. In other words, every time a book is read, there is a unique interaction between author and reader that may never be duplicated. I am so grateful to know there is this magical connection.

Carrie Weaver

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Kudos for Carrie Weaver's stories

Carrie Weaver has created an emotionally intense story, giving readers a glimpse into a crippling illness and powerful characters that find their way to love.
~Romantic Times Magazine

"This reviewer is recommending Four Little Problems for the realistic characters that populate the story, as well as a down to earth plot that anyone may relate to."

"Home for Christmas is a feel-good story thatin the hands of Carrie Weaver is rich, well written and realistic."
~Shirley Lyons, The Romance Reader

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