Hi, my name is D. V. Stone. I am a multi-genre author who also enjoys reading across genres. On this page you'll meet a great group of writers and get an insider's view into their lives and books. I hope you enjoy this special peek and find new and exciting reads.
Hi everyone! Today's scheduled guest was unable to join us so I'm taking over my window. I have some exciting news and I don't think I've done my window blog. So here goes
Who- Well if you've been following me at all you probably know all my deep dark secrets but here you go. I'm a multi-genre author who is both traditionally and independently published. I'm a wife to an amazing man with who I'll be celebrating 27 years of marriage this May 14th. I'm a mom to one son and grandma to 3 grands. Two boys and a girl. I'm a full-time employee at a medical office but only for 60 more days then I retire. I'm a woman of faith, an avid reader, and besties with my younger sister.
Interests- Hmm, reading and writing definitely. But I also dabble in painting, photography, and jewelry making. I have a guitar which after I retire am determined to pick up again, though I'm not looking forward to developing the callouses, can you say ouch. I enjoy cooking, camping, and hiking.
Network- Professionally I'm member of RWA and NJRW and Savvy Authors.. My Wild Rose Press family is amazing and supportive. On the personal front my family especially above mentioned husband. My church family and crazy co-workers. I have several Beta readers so a shout out to Noemi, Paula, and Amber.
Desk- My desk is everywhere. I have a dedicated space in my office/library but love being outdoors. My deck and camper are often places to work. My camper was purchased because it has a bunkhouse which doubles as an office/guest room. Sometimes I'm messy. Sometimes I'm neat. Always have post-its. A whiteboard calendar to keep my blogs and events organized.
Outrageous- I can make weird animal noises. My best are an elephant and I do a great dog and cat fight. Also, if you didn't know the difference between a sheep and a goat- I'm the girl who can show you.
Window- I'm so blessed to live where I do. Behind my house is the Appalachian Trail in front, a lake. Birds including hawks and bald eagles are frequent overhead. Bears, and bobcats can sometimes be seen passing through, oh and the foxes? You haven't heard anything until the set up shop and begin the wooing of a mate.
This was taken on a gorgeous day in mid March.
Starting this Friday I'm celebrating Rock House Grill's book birthday.
Rock House Grill
One man’s choices—One woman’s impact
Winner N. N. Lights Book Heaven 1st place Sweet Romance
Author Shout Out Recommended Read 2020
Oklahoma Romance Writers Guild Heart Award Finalist to be announced May 1st, 2021
Aden House, successful but driven chef and TV personality, refuses to slow down. His life implodes one night, damaging him both physically and emotionally. He’s rescued by a woman he thinks of as his angel.
Shay McDowell has rebuilt her life after her divorce. She juggles volunteer EMT duties and her job, while dreaming of becoming a chef. She finds her way to Rock House Grill and back into the life of the man she helped save.
Can love be the ingredient needed to survive the many obstacles they face?
This engrossing story had it all, mystery, suspense, and romance. The twists and turns made it impossible to put down. I enjoyed the supporting characters as well. I will be looking for more from this talented storyteller.
This book is a delightful, savory, hopeful, fun, romantic, and warmhearted read!!
I really enjoyed this romantic suspense. The author portrayed a vivid description of the glamorous world of the high-end restaurant business. The characters were believable, and I rooted for Shay, the heroine, to overcome the many obstacles in her quest to find true love with Aden, the physically and emotionally damaged hero.
“Easy, you’re going to be okay.” A soft voice eased through the chaos around him. The owner of the voice grabbed his arms and held them in a firm but gentle grip. “I’m right here with you. You are not alone.” “Can hardly m-move.” His voice slurred. “C-can’t see anything.” “You’ve been in an accident. I’m an EMT with the ambulance squad,” the velvety voice calmly explained. “You can’t see well because we’re under a tarp. Hold still, okay?” “‘K.” A small light flickered at the edge of his vision. It shone into a bag next to him. Penlight. “You’re restrained to a board. It’s to keep your head from moving and causing more injury.” She continued to talk to him. The voice reached down somewhere inside him, calming and peaceful, so he focused on it. A glow from spotlights on the outside lit whatever covered them. The shadow gave the woman the appearance of a halo—like an angel.
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