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Release Day: Street Justice by Holly S. Roberts aka Suzie Ivy

October 4, 2016 Leave a comment

99 CENTS and the best 99 pennies you’ll spend this month!

I’m really excited to announce the release of my new book, Street Justice. It’s included in the Cuffed & Claimed Box Set with 9 other authors. These are romance stories about police officers. All author proceeds will go to the families of officers who gave their lives in the line of duty which is something near and dear to my heart.

The stories range from sweet to steamy (mine’s on the steamy side) and all have lovable characters to curl up with and escape every day life.

Street Justice has humor, steamy romance, strong language, a small amount of violence, and a goofy but lovable dog who will steal your heart. The set is on sale for a limited time so grab your copy now!

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Amazon US: http://amzn.to/2fpwYHz

AmazonUK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LB8FUYA

Amazon CA: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01LB8FUYA

Amazon AU: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B01LB8FUYA

Nook: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/books/1124508515

Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/cuffed-claimed-box-set

iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/cuffed-claimed-box-set/id1135195385

Categories: Humor, Writing

The Small Things

December 31, 2015 6 comments

Thank you for your service!

 

dreamstime_l_35373793My husband and I were shopping at Cosco when an older man stopped us and asked him about the Durango, Colorado shirt my husband wore. I took a trip to the lady’s room while the two of them spoke about Durango. When I came back there was a woman, who I thought was the daughter of the older man, standing beside him waiting patiently for the conversation to end. She was around our age.

My husband and the man shook hands and we turned to walk away. The woman said to the older man, “Sir, I would like to thank you for your service.”

I hadn’t taken notice that the man’s hat said Vietnam Vet until she spoke.

When we finished shopping, the two of them were eating together in the small food service area. I take my hat off to this woman. I know she made that man’s day. She also made mine.

The people we take for granted.

 

Every Tuesday we collect the garbage from our trash bins, empty them and move the large outside bin down to the street. The trash is picked up at around 11am.

I love our front deck and it’s a great place to read a bit and catch the morning sun. It’s high above the street which offers a bit of privacy. I was lost in my book when I noticed the loud rumble of the garbage collection truck turning up our road.

The young boy who lives next door, about five or six years old, ran to the road to watch the truck. He was jumping up and down and waiving at the driver. I couldn’t hear what he was saying, due to the noise, but there was something in his hand. The driver stopped his truck, turned off the engine and jumped down to see what the boy had.

Here is the conversation…

“My dad is teaching me to whittle and this is what I’m making.”

“That looks mighty fine. Remember to be careful with knives and be sure to show it to me when you’re finished.”

“My dad is teaching me to be careful too.”

“He sounds like a great dad. You be a good boy, now.”

He turned and went back to his truck, started the engine, and picked up the garbage.

These small acts of kindness made me smile.

My goal in 2016 is to pass it on and hope that someone somewhere smiles over something I do.

Happy New Year,

Suzie

 

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