Thursday, December 13, 2012

Vancouver Island Author, Anneli Purchase, Writes Second Book; Third to Follow Soon

Set on the West Coast of Canada, The Wind Weeps is the story of Andrea, a pretty young woman swept off her feet by a handsome commercial fisherman. But wait! This book is not just another romance. Read on. Andrea has married much too quickly. She realizes she has made a poor choice, but too late, becomes aware that this mistake could cost her her life. She is out of reach of help and completely isolated. The Wind Weeps highlights the beauty and the remoteness of the British Columbia coast. Find out Andrea’s fate as she struggles against the elements for her survival.
Anneli’s next book has a lighter theme without losing the page-turning tension factor. In Orion’s Gift, a romantic suspense story, the coastal setting is farther south. Sylvia, a California girl, receives news that causes her to leave her philandering husband and her fancy home near San Diego. At the same time, Kevin, an Alberta hardware store owner divorces his bullying wife and leaves everything behind to run away to Baja. When Kevin and Sylvia meet and fall in love, two things stand in the way of their happiness. One—the secrets they keep from each other. Two—their vindictive ex-spouses hunting them down. The exotic landscape of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula provides the backdrop for this story of romance and treachery.
Anneli’s articles have been published in Canadian Stories Magazine and The Canadian Fly Fisher, now called The New Fly Fisher E-zine. She is in the process of publishing her third novel, Julia’s Violinist, which should come out early next year. The Wind Weeps and Orion’s Gift are available in paperback or e-book format at and Here are all the links you need to find out more about Anneli Purchase and her books. Links for Orion's Gift: On On Links for The Wind Weeps Amazon Smashwords: Blog: Website:

Friday, December 7, 2012

We Must Never Forget

We must Never forget the Americans that fought and died defending our homeland.

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Saturday, December 1, 2012

World Aids Day

#WorldAIDSDay People are living with this disease. That doesn't mean there is a cure yet! We must continue to strive for a cure!☀
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