Home Sweet Texas Home

by Stephanie Suesan Smith on September 16, 2011

My Mom’s new book, Home Sweet Texas Home, by Caroline Clemmons, is now available.Β  Here is the synopsis:

Two million dollars? What a fortune to inherit! Coutney Madison has battled poverty her entire twenty-five years but is determined to make a safe and happy home for her teenaged brother after the recent death of their mom. She thinks her inheritance in West Texas is the answer to her prayers–but Courtney’s problems are definitely not over yet.

Derek Corrigan suspects the worst of his new neighbor and vows to fight his attraction for her. He knows what women do to him–they always leave and take chunks of his heart with them. He’s been there, done that, had the vaccination and is cured. Isn’t he?

And here is the killer book trailer:

You can purchase the book in print or eBook from the Wild Rose Press or the bookseller of choice in your household.

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Sonny September 16, 2011 at 6:01 pm

I don’t believe that I’ve ever seen a video summary of a book before. Did you make this yourself, and with any special software?
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Stephanie Suesan Smith September 17, 2011 at 5:36 am

Yes, they are becoming more common. I discuss how to make one in this blog post on making killer videos for your website.


Minerva September 24, 2011 at 5:55 am

Hi Stephanie, I am a sucker of romance novels and it must be really great to have a mom as a romance novel author? πŸ˜€


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