Have a Spring “Fling” with this Box Set #NewAdultFling Excerpt

My Best Friend’s Ex is part of the box set Fling out for a limited time. Blurb for My Best Friend’s Ex She loved him first, but her best friend married him. Now with their divorce, Brooke must choose between her best friend and the man of her dreams. Brooke Janson has loved Garrett Sawyer since she met him on her first day of high school. Now, he’s free to love her too. Except, his ex-wife... read more

Writing in a New Genre – New Adult

Hi everyone, Around the beginning of the year, I had a good friend ask if I’d like to be part of a box set. Thinking it’d be fun to write a short story, I said ‘yes’. Now, I’ve been reading romances for years and I know there are a number of different genres. However, when my friend mentioned it was for new adults, I had to have her explain it to me. I have written a number of... read more

Baby Boomer Lovers Enjoy the Flowers of Love

Before I share the blurb and excerpt, I thought I’d share Why I Wrote a Story about an Older Couple? Having read a massive amount of romances, I noticed that most are about young people in the age range of 18 – 40. There is a valid reason for this. Most of us meet and fall in love during that time in our life. But if a person is a widow or divorced, do they not have a second chance at love? Sure,... read more

Now on PreOrder – Stormy by Tina Gayle

Now available for preorder on Amazon goes live Oct. 15   Blurb –   A widower, a divorcee, co-workers, lovers…a future together…marriage?  Consoling each other for years over each other’s misfortune, Karen and Daniel turn a friendship into a weekend of unbridled red-hot passion. The heat between them leads to thoughts of a future... read more

Now on Sale – Marketing Exec’s Widow

Four women… One fatal car wreck… Everyone’s lives changed…   Hi everyone, I wanted to let you know that I’ve put Marketing Exec’s Widow on sale for 99cents. This is the perfect opportunity to discover a new romantic series with strong women fiction elements.       Blurb — “Marketing Exec’s Widow” Jennifer Larson, having lost her... read more

A Family of Creative People

I believe that creative people run in families.   Why? I can't say for sure.    Maybe because, they give each other the confidence to do something they enjoy and follow their dreams.   Me, I'm a writer and enjoy the creative process of developing a story, while others in my family enjoy performing in front of the camera.    My nephew, Jay Walters enjoys acting and... read more

Excerpt and Blurb for “The Unwilling Widow”

I wanted to share a little about my latest release.   Blurb- Jennifer Larson, having lost her husband, friends and the perfect life she’d had plan, now faces the biggest challenge of her life, moving into an unplanned future. While the rest of the Executive Wife Club is still wallowing in the past, Jen is tempted into the future by a sexy chiropractor, Hagan Chaney. But does he really love her... read more

Skills that Can Transcend One Obstacle Can Also Help With Others

As a writer I use a number of techniques to help me stay focus and to motivate myself to keep working at the daunting task of finishing a book. One of the first things writers learn is that their characters need goal, motivation, and conflict to make a good story, but don’t we all have the same challenges. Goal – to finish the book Motivation – to prove to myself I can do it. Conflict... read more

Who is Tina Gayle

    This is a question I believe we are all asked at one time or the other. And depending on who we are talking to, we might answer the question differently. I'm mother of two wonderful boys. "You're the most wonderful mother ever." are words I enjoyed hearing even today. A wife to an awesome man, I have been married for twenty-five years and everyday I wonder how we did... read more

Wag Your Tail

Having animals in our house, underfoot, and pooping in our back yard can enrich our everyday life. All the experts say it’s true. But is it? We have had two incredible dogs, mutts really. We made a trip to the pound to pick out both. Peach, we got when she was barely six weeks old. A cute little thing that weighted less than a few pounds, she grew. A grey hound/lab mix, she weighted over thirty... read more

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