Tuesday, March 12, 2019

New release: Forgotten Love


Forgotten Love

                                         
💥💜~~~Forgotten Love~~~💜💥


         My #newrelease, Forgotten Love is now LIVE.


It's the first book in the Bound by Love series, which centers around four military buddies who are rebuilding their lives after serving their country and the women who give them a reason to overcome their demons and find happiness.


                   It's #free on Kindleunlimited.... 

                   Universal link to Forgotten Love Kindle version
mybook.to/ForgottenLove                   


         


Blurb for Forgotten Love


I’m an ex-Navy SEAL. A wounded warrior with a hard-ass exterior and a checkered past to match. All I care about is my outdoor survival business—teaching others the skills they need to survive in the face of danger.

But fate has a wicked sense of humor.

From out of nowhere this brunette-beauty with the easy smile and doe-eyes walks into my life…and it’s not the first time.

Summer doesn’t remember me. But she’s the one I can’t forget.

I know that she’s in danger, and I’ll gladly give in to every protective instinct I have when it comes to keeping her safe.

There’s a reason fate sent her my way for a second time.

Only, this time…I won’t fail her.

Not again.



Enjoy and I hope if you read the book, you will let me know what you think!  

Monday, March 4, 2019

Writing in local coffee shops!





As a writer, I've become comfortable secluded away in my office tapping away and creating my stories. It's where I find, I am most productive. However, there are times I venture outside and meet my fellow authors to brainstorm the writing process. Many times, we end up inside a local coffee shop. This started me thinking about whether I could, once a month, actually write in a productive way in such a location, and of course, I wanted to write about this adventure.

I decided to choose local coffee shops within a maximum of a 20 mile radius from my home, because I do not want to spend all my time driving to get there.  I want to write!

This first place, I was frothing at the mouth and super eager to visit is right on my doorstep. A mere 15 minute drive.

                                           Battle Ground Coffee Co, Riverwalk, Lawrence.

I was excited to try this place after learning that it's run by a husband and wife team, namely Dana and Salvatore DeFranco. What also piqued my interest was the fact that Salvatore is an ex-Navy SEAL. This stirred my writers mind, especially because I am creating my Bound By Love series which centers around 4 ex-military buddies who rebuild their lives after serving their country.

I felt, I needed to touch base with this entrepreneurial couple, and not only explore my ability to write in their coffee shop, but to discuss their story, and learn more about the challenges they have faced.

Anyway, I visited Battle Grounds Coffee Co's new location which has only been open a few weeks. Their second cafe is a smaller site in Haverhill. The café I visited in Lawrence is right on Washington street with ample free parking for up to 90mins. The inside offers a spacious seating area with plenty of tables and seats for customers. They offer a variety of drinks, snacks, and wraps.





I sat at one of the tall tables at the back of the cafe looking out at the front. There were plenty of power outlets on the wall and I powered up ready to write while sipping on my lovely hot chocolate. I had hoped to visit earlier in the day, because that's when I write the most, but I didn't get there until 3 p.m. It was quiet, although a few customers called in for take-out orders, and another table was occupied by a group of local businessmen, so the distractions were kept to a minimum. For the most part, I was happy to sit and attempt to write. But perhaps, because I'm starting a new writing project, or because writing in this environment is new to me, I didn't make much progress, which only served to make me feel frustrated.

                               


I'm thinking, it may be better to spend two hours promoting while I am in a coffee shop because that doesn't require me to switch off completely. I found myself people watching and staring around which doesn't aid my writing. The coffee-shop closed at 5p.m. as part of it's soft opening and by then I was ready to leave, having only jotted some notes about this blog, and not having accomplished my objective for that day, which was to start chapter 2 for Destiny of the Witch.

Next time, I will definitely bring my headphones. I think, however, this is going to take me some time before I feel comfortable.

For those of you that do write in public places, please, share any tips you have learned over time, or stories you're willing to share, I would love to hear them.


A few more facts about Battle Ground Coffee Co, "It's a little bit about serving coffee and a lot about serving your community," I love that even after serving his country, Mr. DeFranco is giving back and helping others making it very much a part of his business philosophy. The strong couple are involved in local initiatives to help battle homelessness among the veterans and host community events in their coffee shop. Needless to say, I will be back and hopefully, I will get the chance to chat with them about how they overcame their challenges together.

"The success of your mission depends on your skill, proficiency, and attention to detail. Start with the right tools."

I also love the fact that Mr. DeFranco acknowledges the important roles his wife and mother have played in his recovery and success. He carried the skills, he learned as a child through his Navy SEAL days and uses it today in his business, quoting mental toughness and resilience which helped him discover the man he has always been even after leaving a career he had hoped to pursue for many years to come.

I wish both Dana and Salvatore DeFranco much continued success and happiness. Please, check out their coffee shops and they have an on-line presence so you can order products from anywhere.   

https://battlecoffee.com/about-us/



          Till next month, when I will be visiting another local coffee place, Cafe Nero in Andover...






















Monday, February 18, 2019

Author interview: Satin Russell



Today, I have fellow author Satin Russell as a guest to chat about herself and her books. I first met Satin several months ago while we were both attending a holiday shopping event at Lowell Technical high school selling our books. Of course, I bought her book, Secret Hunger, which is a great read and it’s why I invited her along to talk shop. I love to hear another author’s story.   


                                                              Intro:
Satin Russell is an indie author living in Massachusetts. Growing up, she was an avid reader who wanted to be either an English teacher, librarian, or author. However, life took her in a different direction and she became a financial advisor. Then, on the eve of her 36th birthday, she decided to follow her dreams. Now, she’s published the first two books in her romantic suspense trilogy called The Harper Sisters.







                                                                               Secret Hunger Synopsis:
Secret Hunger is the first book in the Harper Sisters Trilogy. It follows the story of Olivia Harper, who is the oldest of the three sisters. Have you ever been at a crossroads in your life where you knew the decision you made would affect everything? That’s the kind of decision Olivia is facing at the beginning of Secret Hunger.

                                                                                   Secret Hunger Blurb:
                                                         **She’s chasing dreams.**

Olivia, a café owner and cook, never regretted forsaking her dreams to finish raising her sisters after the death of their parents. Now grown, they've moved out of the house, leaving Olivia free to pick up where she left off — if she can find the courage to start over.

                                                         **He's hunting nightmares.**
Mason is a Boston police detective, recuperating from a tragic incident that left his partner dead. All he wants is to heal and get back to the job of hunting the killer down. The last thing on his mind is romance.

                                              **Finding love wasn't in either of their plans. **
But as things heat up between Olivia and Mason, events happen that make her realize she's drawn a far more sinister kind of attention. Suddenly, she finds herself fighting not only for her dreams, but her very life!

This is a romantic suspense novel with a HEA and NO cliffhanger!
Readers 18+

This is the first book in the Harper Sisters Trilogy, but each book can be read as a stand-alone.
Secret Hunger is available for sale on Amazon. http://amzn.to/2d3iaQi



                           Social Media Links:
    Website: https://satinrussell.com/
    Satin Russell Newsletter: http://bit.ly/2rxdCHS
   Twitter: https://twitter.com/SatinRussell 
   Amazon Author Page: http://amzn.to/2xgVLpM

Secret Hunger Excerpt:
Olivia hunched over her steering wheel while the headlights cut a swath through the hypnotic swirl of flakes. The squeak-swish of the wipers kept pace with her heart as they struggled to keep up with the storm. Luckily, the snow plows had been hard at work and the accumulation on the roads wasn’t too bad.
At the end of Centre Street, she took a left and made her way up the hill and out of town. The roads were icier here, the reason she always hated driving this hill in the winter. Olivia knew she’d have to accelerate to have any hope of making it up the slope, and mentally crossed her fingers.
The good news was she was used to Maine’s storms, having lived in the area all her life. The bad news was she was driving her 4-door sedan with no four-wheel drive and very little tread on her tires. She’d been saving up money to replace them, but hadn’t gotten around to it yet.
Just before she reached the crest of the hill, another vehicle came flying over the rise, sliding around the curve. Olivia had just enough time to take her foot off the gas and turn the wheel, barely missing being side-swiped by the reckless driver. Her car began to lose its forward momentum up the slope.
“No, no, no…come on!” She muttered as her car started to slide down the slope backwards. She pressed on her brakes and could feel the tires spinning without purchase as the backside of her car slid, angling towards the ditch on the side of the road.
“Ugh!” she pounded her hands against the steering wheel. “This is NOT what I needed right now.”
She climbed out and looked at her car lying canted sideways in the ditch. At least she wasn’t blocking the road, she thought ruefully. Olivia climbed back into the driver’s seat and pulled her cell phone out of her pocket.
“No bars. Of course. This afternoon just gets better and better,” she grumbled. It was already nearly full dark due to the storm, and the last thing she wanted to do was to wait until someone came along to help her out. Most sane people would already be cozied up in their homes by now. Who knew when the next person would be by?
With that thought in mind, Olivia secured her hat on her head, fastened her coat, and gathered her grocery bag from the passenger seat. It wasn’t too long a walk back to the house. Besides, she was already halfway up the hill. She’d just have to get Liz to pull her car out and tow it back to the shop tomorrow after the storm. Reluctantly, she locked the car, and with a final backwards glance, started the trek up the hill to her house.
About twenty yards from her car, she wondered if she’d made the right decision. The whole world felt cold and desolate. The sky was already gray, and growing darker by the minute. Soon she’d feel like the last person left in a frozen, lonely world.
Maybe she should have just stayed in her car. At least she’d be able to have the heater on. She briefly debated pulling her phone out and checking for service, but taking her gloves off to use the phone seemed unbearable in the wind.
Just then, a Ford pickup truck pulled up alongside her and the passenger window rolled down. “Hey! I’m guessing that was your car back there. Need a lift?”
Sighing with relief, she smiled and turned towards the truck, surprised to find herself facing the man she’d noticed earlier at the diner. Oh wow, was her first thought. He was even better looking up close.
He leaned across the cab and popped the door open. “Here, get in. It’s way too cold, let alone dangerous, for you to be walking alongside the road like that.”
Gratefully, she lifted her grocery bag onto the seat and crawled up into the cab. She briefly fought the wind to close the truck door, and then just sat back with her eyes closed and breathed for a moment. The man let her take a second to get her bearings, but she could feel him watching her and discreetly looked back over at him.He was dressed in a Carhartt coat that did amazing things for his shoulders. Black, tousled hair was in disarray, probably from the knit hat that was on the console beside him. His jaw had a couple of days’ worth of scruff, which just worked to make him seem even sexier. He had a high brow and straight nose, but really, it was his eyes that stole her breath away. They were clear and as blue as a distant summer’s day, and at the moment, looked more than a little concerned.


                                     Well, thank you Satin for joining us today, and good luck with all your future writing projects! Before I close, I have to slip in a promo for my upcoming release, Forgotten Love, due out 12th March, about a second chance at love. 


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Thursday, February 14, 2019

Happy Valentine's Day



The Vineyards of Allegretti 

My gift to you this Valentine's Day for 99cents. I couldn't help to write this story because of my love of Italy and wine. Fabio the hospitality manager of the Poliziano winery helped me to fill in some technical details to enable me to have an understanding of what happens on a working vineyard. Plus, I was able to visit the winery in person and met another author who worked there from NYC!!! It was a magical experience and beyond everything I imagined! It makes me want to write book 2....                                                                 #mafia #romance #vineyard #wine                                                                                                                          AMAZON 

Nearly, three years ago, we made our first trip to Italy, and I still remember strolling through the  streets of the hilltop town of Montepulciano, Tuscany, like yesterday. If there is ever I place I go could back again  and again it is Italy. We spent another couple of weeks there in 2018, touring around the south, but I have a penchant for the north and I am desperate to go back. Everywhere we went the people are friendly and warm. The beauty of the country boundless, the food mouthwatering, and even the house-wine is a gift from the gods.



Perhaps because this was the first trip in many years I made with just my husband and with four kids that is rare, but this place to me will always be magical and special. A place to sit, and savor life, preferably with a good glass of wine and one of the many fresh pastries on offer. 


                  

 Blurb for The Vineyards of Allegretti 

Photos of an intoxicated and out-of-control Vivian King, taken after a night in Paris, are splashed across the tabloids. Her memories of the night are vague. Suspended from college, her only choice is to return home to Michael Allegretti, the man who broke her heart four years ago. He holds the key to her frozen heart and her financial independence. This time, Vivian isn’t leaving until she’s claimed them both and given Michael a taste of his own medicine.

However, Michael Allegretti has plans of his own and will not allow the family's vineyards to be divided. When a disastrous business venture risks the vineyards falling into the wrong hands, he decides to use every trick in the book to keep what he has worked so tirelessly for, even if it means settling for a marriage of convenience.

With the mafia involved, plus a psychotic ex-lover, Vivian risks not only losing her heart but her life as well.
                            



Have a wonderful Valentine's Day!

Monday, January 21, 2019

New year, new beginnings!



Happy Monday everyone

I spent Christmas in London with my kids, and then traveled down to Wales to spend New Year with all my family. It was the first time, we have all been together in several years, and it was wonderful.




Now, I'm back, and in full author mode with one book being edited, one book due to be released in the next two weeks, and an outline for the next book to be written!!!

I also have BIG NEWS, I have signed with Limitless Publishing company to release my contemporary romance called FORGOTTEN  LOVE ....

The first book in The Bound by Love Series set in Bridgton, Maine. The books will center around the lives of four ex-military buddies who have been medically discharged from the service, and the dynamic woman who fall for them.
 



A little teaser from Forgotten Love, Summer Hamilton and Rafe Byrant's story. It is due for release on March 12th. If you are interested in an ARC let me know, my publisher, has a few to hand out. I am also looking for bloggers who would post a media package on their site.






Blurb
After a horrific car accident, interior designer, Summer Hamilton, is left with retrograde amnesia and panic attacks making living in the city impossible. Sleepy Bridgton, Maine, she figures is the perfect hideaway with zero distractions to recover from the triggers of the past.
But married ex-Navy SEAL Rafe Byrant blasts her new-found tranquility to hell when he appears like her guardian angel at every disaster she encounters. Just the sound of his honeyed voice conjures up wild fantasies and a craving for his lips. The wounded warrior vowed to stay away from Summer, and focus on the outdoor survival business, STEPS, but when a dangerous situation arises, his protective instinct takes over.

He believes fate has delivered the brunette with the easy smile and ‘doe eyes’ into his life a second time for a reason.

This time—he won’t fail her.

Soon the electrifying sparks are too irresistible to ignore. But what is the mysterious man hiding?
As missing memories resurface, will they keep them from finding true love and happiness?





FYI....Capturing the Last Welsh Witch, the first book in The Rise of Orion series is only 99 cents for a limited time. So grab a copy now, and let me know what you think?


                                                                  AMAZON USA



Just like the Star Wars saga, the prequel for The Rise of Orion series is coming out by the end of January. Becoming the Witch is the platform to launch the hot paranormal series, and it's Lady Elizabeth Dempsey's  haunting and tormented love story.




As always, happy reading. I hope you find your new book boyfriend among the pages of my books.  
Cheers, Jen.


Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Welcome to Autumn and Author Shay Stone!


Well hello my lovelies, it's autumn, my favorite season of the year. I love everything about it, from the change in the color of the leaves to the cooler temperatures. Anyway, I am well and truly back in the seat attempting to write the next bestselling romance. Work has begun on the prequel to The Rise of Orion series, Becoming the Witch, and I am equal parts terrified and excited about this project...nothing new there then!!!

Today, I would love to introduce you to fellow Author Shay Stone


Author Bio

Shay Stone started her writing career after a car accident left her unable to read or look at a computer. Ironic, right? Many years, and hours of vision therapy later, and voila! She wrote her first book. She lives in Georgia with her four dogs and one cat that
thinks he is a dog. If you happen to be driving around Atlanta, there is a good chance you will see her dancing in her car and singing (poorly) to some 80’s tune. She has no shame.
   Her passions include writing and traveling. She writes strong women with a bit of attitude, and flawed men that you can’t help but fall in love with to create that once in a lifetime love one page at a time. The Rise to Fame is her first contemporary romance and part of The Fame Series. The second book, The Cost of Fame will be available September 19th, 2018.
  
To stay up to date on Shay’s latest releases check out her website or follow her on social media:




The Cost of Fame book 2

Series Tagline: What if getting everything you ever wanted cost you the only one you ever loved?

One night. One stupid night. That's all it took to tear Alex’s world apart and rip her heart in two. Thanks to Richard’s plan she believes Colin committed the ultimate betrayal and she can’t imagine ever forgiving him.
With Colin out of the way, Richard thinks his path to Alexandra is clear. But when he discovers a megastar is also vying for her affection, Richard is forced to up his game. With his obsession out of control, he takes drastic measures leaving Alex no choice. The only way to protect the people she loves is to agree to Richard’s terms and let Colin go forever.
After reluctantly giving her the space she requested, Colin returns home from a movie shoot determined to win Alex back. He won’t stop until she is back in his arms where she belongs. But she isn’t making it easy. Despite her continued attempts to push him away, it’s obvious she still loves him. Something isn’t right. If Colin doesn’t figure it out soon, one of them will be forced to pay the ultimate price.Not all stories have a happy ending. Will Colin and Alex get theirs or will their love be The Cost of Fame?






Excerpt from The Cost of Fame Copyright Shay Stone 2018© *With the exception of brief quotations to be used in reviews or other noncommercial uses, no part of this excerpt can be used or reproduced.*


COLIN sat on the bedroom floor leaning against the wall with his knees bent rereading the last text messages. Great! Now she doesn’t even want to talk to me. He took another swig of the now half empty bottle of whiskey. The events of the past few weeks kept replaying over and over in his mind like a bad movie. He remembered talking to Alex, ecstatic for her to come home so he could propose. Then he was at the bar with Erik meeting with the investors. After that, everything got fuzzy. How the hell did he end up in bed with Brittany? How could he have done this? A knock at the door interrupted his thoughts. With a groan, he shuffled down the stairs to answer it. If it was another goddamn reporter he’d take that camera and shove it right up his…
“Erik.” Erik waved his hand in front of his face smelling the booze on Colin’s breath.
“Jesus man! You smell like my Uncle Jerry after one of his benders.” He took the bottle from Colin’s hand and inspected it.
“Did you drink this whole thing?”
“Not yet, but I’m working on it.” Colin snatched the bottle back from Erik and followed him into the kitchen. He scrubbed his hand over the back of his head.
 “It’s been a rough damn night. Did you find her?”
“Yes… no… well, kind of,” Erik replied, opening cupboards hunting around the kitchen. “Don’t you have a coffee pot?”
“Alex drinks tea or that fancy coffee. I usually run to the place around the corner to get us some in the morning. What does that mean, ‘kind of’?”
“I know she went to the First Beverly Hotel. Then she ditched her car and left in a silver BMW.” He spotted some instant coffee and frowned shaking his head in disapproval.
“A silver BMW? Who the hell drives a silver BMW?”
“Don’t know. You tell me. Here drink this.” He handed Colin a bottle of coconut water he found in the refrigerator, but Colin waved it away.
“Look, just give her some time. I’m sure she just needs a little space.”
“I’m afraid to give her space. Being apart isn’t good. How can we get through this… how can I make her see how sorry I am if she won’t even talk to me?” He rubbed his eyes with his palms trying to focus his thoughts.
“Erik, I don’t even know how this happened.”
“You were pretty out of it that night.”
“I was? I remember having one... maybe two drinks… that’s it.”
 “Well yeah, but then you started rollin’ with that Brittany girl and taking God knows what else…”
“I did? Why the hell did I do that? And why can’t I remember? I don’t take drugs. I mean I’ve smoked a little pot here and there when I was younger but I’ve never…”
“Hey, it was a crazy night,” Erik remarked leaning against the kitchen table. “Let’s not focus on that now. It’s done. It’s over with. I’ve got something I need to talk to you about, but I need you sober enough to listen.”
“Is it about Alex?”



“No, it’s not about Alex. Will you forget about Alex for two damn minutes? It’s a job offer. I got a call from Stefan Biseman. He wants you for his new biopic. He sent the script over this morning.”
“Really?” Colin responded only half paying attention as he checked his phone again. Still nothing from Alex. Erik stole the phone from his hand and set it on the counter forcing Colin to listen.
“Did you hear me? BISE-MAN.” He pointed to his mouth exaggerating the enunciation.
 “Yeah, I heard you. I know who he is.”
“Are you sure? Because you’re acting like you don’t.”
“Yeah, fine I’ll read the script.” Erik rolled his eyes at Colin’s lack of enthusiasm.
 “One of the greatest directors of all time is asking for you by name and you couldn’t care less. Damn. I’m telling you that girl must have some kind of magic pussy.”
“Hey, don’t talk about her like that,” Colin snapped with venom. Erik held his hands up in surrender.
“Alright, I’m sorry. I’m just saying. You know how much money this could mean?”
“I don’t give a shit about money.”
“I know. Lucky for you, I do. You just won two awards. We need to strike while the iron’s hot! Think of it as a distraction to help get your mind off things.”
“I said I’ll read it.”
“Good. It’s phenomenal. You’re going to love it. Filming would start at the end of next month. But there’s a catch,” he hesitated knowing it could be a deal breaker. Colin looked at him expectantly. “You’d be filming in Yakutat, Alaska.”
“Okay… so?”
“It’s one of the most remote places on earth. No internet, cell reception... Nothing.” Colin shook his head.
“No way. Not now. Not with everything going on. I mean, I hope Alex and I have worked everything out by then, but I can’t just leave. I need to be here with her. We’re going to need time.”
“You’re killing me here. You know, that right? You don’t just turn down Biseman.” Aggravated, Erik pulled his ringing phone from his pocket and answered it. “This is Erik. What? Wait… are you sure? Alright, thanks.”
This was great. It couldn’t have been more perfect if he had planned it, which he had… well, part of it anyway. Colin stood glaring at him, waiting for him to divulge something. “That was one of my sources at The Shores in Santa Monica. He just saw Alex get into a car and leave the hotel… with Donovan Michaels.”


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Thank you for checking out my blog. I will be sharing pictures and thoughts about my trip to Italy next time, but here is the cover for my next book....







Monday, August 13, 2018

New release and Giveaway!

REVENGE OF THE WITCH ( BOOK#3 in The Rise of Orion series)  




                                                       
                                                              EBOOK ON AMAZON




I love writing about Ella Masters who was hung as a witch in the 16th century in Wales, and yet as a soul-shifter her story didn't end there. She has several lives, and in nearly every one is betrayed by men. The series is about her quest for enlightenment, and true love, but also about breaking a curse and defeating her enemy.

This past week I opened a new Word file, as I started to write the 4th installment in the series Destiny of the Witch. But, the strangest thing happened. A voice kept saying to me to write about how the story of Ella Masters began...


You see way back in the day when I first had the desire to write a paranormal romance, I knew straight away I wanted to create a character slighty different than the norm. I love vampires, witches, and werewolves, but I wanted Ella Masters to be different. Living in New England the drive to write about a witch captured my imagination, but coming from Wales I wanted to use my roots as a foundation for Ella and stumbled across Gwen Ferch Ellis.

She is the first woman on record that was tried, sentenced and hung as a witch in 1594 in Denbigh, Wales. For several centuries from 14th-18th a mass hysetria and panic gripped society across Europe and the attitude toward witchcraft changed drastically from tolerance to finger-pointing and blaming for every disaster that occurred, until it reached it's pinnacle with the insanity of the witch trails in which thousands were hung or burned as witches.

Gwen was accused of charming and found guilty of murdering a man and causing a child to go mad. By all accounts Gwen was a spinner by trade and a healer known for her salves and natural remedies, but on the heresay of others she was painted as a vengeful woman who used witchcraft to strike out at people. Her awful and sad story resonated with me, and was the inspiration behind creating the fictional character of Ella Masters.

Ella isn't a witch, but a soul-shifter created with the ability for her soul to be reincarnated into another physical body, but the label of The Witch follows her in each lifeSo, as I celebrate the latest release, I am starting to outline the prequel, Becoming the Witch! 

                                                    Other News


Over the last couple of months I have been working with musician and singer Chris Phillips who created a song for Revenge of the Witch called The Fall!


Yesterday, I had the chance to listen to the recorded version and I'm telling you, it's amazing. It gives me chills just to think about it. When the final song is ready, I will be posting it everywhere.

Here's a litle bit about Chris...

Chris Phillips has been described by Alan McGee (the man who discovered British rock giants, Oasis) as "one of Wales' greatest songwriters”.

Born and raised in Aberdare, South Wales, Chris has written songs since he first learnt to play the guitar. He has always sighted his influences as Oasis, The Beatles and The Stone Roses and this will become absolutely clear to you when you listen to his music.
He has just released his 3rd album ‘Where Angels Play’ which is available everywhere now.
www.chrisphillipsmusic.org


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NEWSLETTER

I'm off on vacation on Wednesday, so it's "Ciao" for now.  Jen. x

Revenge of the Witch is out now........