Saturday Sit Down — With Jennifer M Eaton

26 10 2014

sharonhughson:

I reviewed this book right here last month when the eBook was released. I loved learning more about the inspiration behind the story.
If there are four books in the series, I will read them. If you haven’t read this book, please consider adding it to you TBR list, even if you aren’t a sci-fi fan (remember, I’m not).

Originally posted on jmmcdowell:

Seventeen-year-old Jess’s dream is to graduate High School and get away from her dull military-brat existence. But racing for her life across New Jersey with a boy she hardly knows is not quite what she had in mind.

David is alone, injured, and lost in the woods. When a young girl stumbles across him, he places his trust, and his life, in her hands. Will she lead him to safety, or right into the hands of the men he is hiding from?

It’s been a while, but I’m delighted to bring you another Saturday Sit Down post. Today, Jennifer M. Eaton joins us. The ebook edition of her novel Fire in the Woods was published in September by Month9Books, and the paperback has just been released. Why not settle into a comfortable seat and help me welcome Jennifer to the blog?

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New Location – Same Great Content

3 01 2014

Yeah, the old YEAR will be gone soon, too.

New Year: New Location

The creator of Sharon Lee Hughson’s World invites you to continue exploring this and other realities with her at her new location: www.sharonleehughson.com.  This blog has served its purpose and finished its course. This is the final post in this location.

It’s a new year. We have a new location, but we don’t want to lose any of our old friends. See you over at the new author webpage.





2013 in Review

31 12 2013

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,100 times in 2013. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 3 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

I hope you’ll make 2014 even better by following my blog in its new location on http://www.sharonleehughson.com.

May you live long and prosper is 2014. See you around the blogosphere.





CLEP Exam Pros & Cons

30 12 2013

CLEP_Official__62969_zoomWARNING: This is the last day you will find new content in this location. I beg and adjure you to find your way to my new website where you can sign up to follow my blog. Same great content *rolls eyes* different location.

You can read today’s blog here.

Please go to my website and follow my blog. Beginning in 2014, Sharon Lee Hughson’s World will no longer be updated and my blogs will only be available at http://www.sharonleehughson.com.





Hamlet – Not much of a Hero

27 12 2013

You can find today’s blog at http://sharonleehughson.com/blogs/.

Please go to my website and follow my blog. Beginning in 2014, Sharon Lee Hughson’s World will no longer be updated and my blogs will only be available at http://www.sharonleehughson.com.





Crushing Critique

23 12 2013

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Please go to my website and follow my blog. Beginning in 2014, Sharon Lee Hughson’s World will no longer be updated and my blogs will only be available at http://www.sharonleehughson.com.








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