Saturday, July 8, 2017


Happy Saturday my dear blogger friends!

I hope your week went well. This morning, I opened an email from my sister. I thought I might share it with you. Honestly, I wished I wrote it. One thing I can do is live it.

From my sister, Terriann:
Good morning ladies,
     I found this short article in the paper this morning.  I’m taping it to our refrigerator…

“I am a mental health provider, and I have this piece of advice for all those whose lives are not what they want theirs to be: For the love of God, quit complaining and do something! You can’t afford to travel? Get a second job or a weekend job and start saving.
Don’t like the family you were born into? Join a church or a club or an athletic team and create a family of like-minded friends.
Feel that you are stuck and life is passing you by? Make a list of priorities and take the first step toward making number one happen.
In a dead-end job? Train for a better one at the local community college. No job at all? Volunteer, make crafts to sell, post offers to clean or do yard work at the local grocers.
Spouse drinks too much? Join Al-Anon.
Depressed? Start eating better and walking a mile or two a day.
Not close to your family? Make the first move, call often, and build your side of the bridge.

Quit waiting to win the lottery, to fall in love, for a pill to bring you happiness or for miracles to parachute into your life. Each of us is given a life, a brain, and a couple of decades to make a difference on this planet. No one else is responsible to bring happiness to us; it’s each of our responsibility, and what we create out of our time on earth is up to us. Thanks for letting me sound off! —S.”
That is truth if I ever heard it. My sweet mom taught her seven kids that we came with everything we need to live a happy life. It's up to us to figure out how. In my own life, I have found living the 11th commandment works for me. 

 A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another.
John 13:34New King James Version 

Again, so simple, but potent. This note was published in Carolyn Hax’s column. She writes for the Washington Post. I'm sorry---I don't know who S is. So S, if you read this post, please email me and I will post your name immediately. I'm following my big sister's advice. This post is going on my refrigerator.

If you would like to share what has worked for you, please leave a comment below or email me. Nancy's Email

Hugs to all,
Nancy C. Weeks

Friday, June 30, 2017


Happy Friday Everyone!

This a quick reminder post. The first three books of my Shadows and Light series, In the Shadow of Evil, In the Shadow of Greed and In the Shadow of Malice will be on sale for only a few more hours. The June Kindle promo sale is suppose to be over at midnight. So...if you or a family member--or friend missed one of my wonderful McNeil brother's HEA, please take advantage of this amazing price. It will go back up to $4.99 Saturday, July 1st. 




Please share this around. I hope you enjoy reading about my McNeil brothers as much as I loved writing about them. That's it for now. Have a wonderful weekend and I hope you find a moment to read a great book.

Hugs to all,
Nancy C. Weeks

Friday, June 23, 2017


Happy Friday, Everyone!

I'm so thrilled to have Susanne Matthews back on my blog today. She is here to share her new release, Sworn to Protect with us, but she also left us a wonderful post that I think we all can relate. 

"Sometimes, we hang onto those dreams for a lifetime before acting on them. At other times, we just let them fade in to the “just imagine” column..."

I hope you enjoy Just Imagine as much I as did. In my humble opinion, I'm grateful Susanne took the leap beyond just image. I'm off to pick up my copy of Sworn to Protect for my weekend read.  

Just Imagine!

Thank you so much for inviting me to visit your blog today. As I was preparing to write this post, I thought of a number of different topics before settling on Just Imagine, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized it’s the perfect topic to introduce my latest novel, Sworn to Protect.

I began my writing career in the fall of 2012 when I penned my first romance/suspense novel, Fire Angel. Since then, I’ve written 19 novels, 2 novellas, 3 short stories and 3 episodes of a sci-fi series I intend to finish later this year. Sworn to Protect is my 12th romance/suspense title. Crimson Romance will be publishing my 13th, No Good Deed, in July. I look at the books on my shelf, and I can’t stop wondering where all the unique and unusual ideas have suddenly come from. I was a plain old English teacher for more than 30 years. Now, I’m a novelist—a dream come true. Just imagine how many books I might have written if I had started two years earlier when I first retired from teaching, or even 40 years ago before I started my teaching career!

I’ve always wanted to be a writer and, to be perfectly truthful, I have been a writer for longer than I have been a novelist. In my teens, I wrote poetry which I shared with friends, something I continued to do for many years. In the late nineties, I wrote children’s stories for our local newspaper. One of my dreams is to edit and put those stories together in an anthology. While it’s true that children’s interests have changed, many of the stories carry moral lessons and values still current today. Just imagine what might have happened if I’d opted to stay with children’s lit. Those stories are aimed at children in grades 3-8. The closest to that I’ve gotten now is a YA published last winter called, Prove It!

Before I retired from teaching, I wrote curriculum for the Ontario Ministry of Education’s e-learning courses. Just imagine what could’ve happened if I’d elected to stay with technical writing instead of going on to become a romance novelist.

We all have dreams and aspirations. Sometimes, we hang onto those dreams for a lifetime before acting on them. At other times, we just let them fade in to the “just imagine” column and smile regrettably, thinking of how things could’ve been. But for all the dreams we have, we are also plagued with regrets.

Do I regret teaching? No, not at all. I have some wonderful memories of my days in the classroom and I know I made a difference in the lives of my students. But do I regret not trying to write sooner? Maybe, but the entire landscape of writing has changed incredibly in the past fifty years. I doubt I could’ve done then what I can do today. Technology has made an incredible difference in the lives of authors and I am definitely one. Just imagine what’s waiting out there to be discovered for the authors of tomorrow.

In Sworn to Protect, my hero and heroine get to do something few of us do in our lives. They get a do-over—a second chance to fall in love again and find the happily ever after they lost the first time around. But, like everything else in life, the price is high. Just imagine how you would feel if you woke up tomorrow and didn’t remember the last six years of your life.

The book is available in print form from Create Space and will be added to Amazon within the week.

The Blurb:
Four years ago, a car accident robbed Nancy Frost of her child and her mother, taking what was left of her marriage with it in the process. A forensic accountant, she agrees to look at a company’s books in a divorce case, trying to find hidden assets, but her meeting with the lawyer goes terribly wrong when the restaurant is attacked.

The moment US Marshal Neil Copeland discovers his wife has been shot in a Baltimore restaurant, he rushes to her side, determined not to let her down again. As the police investigate, evidence suggests the attack was a ploy to hide a specific hit. When a professional assassin tries to kill Nancy a second time, it’s clear that she was the target and whatever’s going on is a lot more complicated than they think.

When Nancy awakes after a month in an induced coma, not only does she not remember the attack on the restaurant, she doesn’t remember marrying Neil.

Faced with the challenge of protecting his wife from a powerful, faceless enemy, Neil must bring her up to date, dredging up all the sorrow that tore them apart in the first place, hoping something will jar her memory.

As he races against time, can he save her from an unknown assassin and convince her to give the love they once had a second chance?

Find more about Susanne Matthews Here

Happy reading and Hugs to All,
Nancy C. Weeks

Friday, June 9, 2017


Happy Friday, Everyone!

I have a new release bundle coming out Monday, June 12th called Happily Ever After 9 Fairy Tale Takeoffs. 

This collection of nine anthologies is going to be a fun read, perfect for a weekend getaway. Here is the blurb:

Classic fairy tales get an oh-so-modern update in this fun, value-priced collection.

Waiting for your prince to come? Forget it! Today’s heroines are plunging into love feet first—nary a glass slipper in sight. With nine delightful stories, this bundle offers contemporary twists on beloved fables such as Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks, Snow White, and Aladdin.

Cloaked in Blood: Little Red Riding Hood knows exactly how to handle the wolf in this shapeshifter tale. To Selena Kurt’s surprise, her clan matches her to Marcin Ulf, the big, bad wulfkin who broke her heart years ago. However, first they’re drawn into a tournament where they must face off with one another…just as their romance rekindles.

The Cougar’s Pawn: Beauty Ellery Colvard is camping with friends when she gets carried away—literally—by beastly were-cougar Mason Foye, who needs a mate to avoid his fate. But witchy Ellery doesn’t believe in soul mates. If Mason can’t convince her to be his, he’s doomed to spend the rest of his days in his cougar form.

Best Laid Plans: Practical anchorwoman Violet Gallagher and hotshot photojournalist Jake Macintyre live in different worlds, until the night she catches his eye at a party and loses more than her dancing shoes to him. Is their one enchanted evening worth a lifetime of dreams?

Protecting the Prince: Someone’s determined to stop Eliam Prince from taking over the family shipping docks. He needs a bodyguard, no matter how much the concept makes him grumpy. But security expert Winter Wyn soon learns that keeping this beautiful man safe from sabotage, blackmailers, assassins, and his own stubborn pride isn’t nearly as hard as protecting her own bashful heart.

Catch a Falling Star: Brianna Daniels’s courageous ailing stepsister has one wish: she wants to go to the ball. Brianna makes it happen and Natalie meets her prince at the fundraising gala for the city’s elite. The problem is, Brianna falls for gorgeous patent attorney Matthias Gustafson, too. What kind of wicked stepsister would begrudge a loving young woman’s one shot at happiness?

A Late-Blooming Rose: Bookseller Beau Landry boldly ventures to the estate of bitter and downright beastly hermit Eva Mitchum, determined to buy her rare collection. What he discovers is a lonely, hurting, wheelchair-bound woman who has forgotten how to love. When she challenges Beau to stay with her in exchange for the books, the offer will change both their lives.

** This one is mine! His One Wish: Special forces veteran Aiden Cooper is hired to track down Turhan Technologies’ missing technical genius, Jin Ru, who’s disappeared with the prototype for their powerful new software. But when his path crosses with the alluring heiress of Turhan, Jazlin Morgan, sparks fly. Can they save her family’s company from her greedy uncle’s clutches?

Music to her Ears: When blonde, bubbly Hannah “Goldie” Loxley gets a housesitting gig for the Rievaulx Trio, world-famous concert musicians, she accidentally ends up in the bed of middle brother Mike. Confusion soon leads to an undeniable attraction. But will their whirlwind romance falter when reality settles in?

Fairy Trouble: When her new charge Cindy finals in an art competition in New York, fairy godmother Esmeralda must step into her slippers to attend Murphy Enterprises’ costume ball. She doesn’t expect to catch the eye of handsome, unassuming heir Ryan or fall for him. However, convincing this skeptic that magic is real and she’s not just a con artist will be no easy feat.

By T.F. Walsh, Holley Trent, Elizabeth Palmer, Nancy C. Weeks, Dana Volney, Jennifer DeCuir, Andrea R Cooper, Jessica Starre and Stephanie Cage
Sensuality Level: Sensuality

Thursday, June 1, 2017


Hello Everyone!

Great News!!!
I have had such a great spring with the release of The EyewitnessThe excitement is rolling right into summer. My publisher has recently joined with one of the biggest publishers in the world, Simon & Schuster. So far, things are looking up. The first book in my Shadows and Light series, In the Shadow of Greed has been chosen as June Kindle Monthly Pick by Amazon. Simon & Schuster will also be discounting In the Shadow of Evil and In the Shadow of Malice to add to the fun.

$4,99 to $0.99
$4,99 to $1.99
$4,99 to $0.99

The bundle Shadows and Light: Complete Series fantastic price of $0.99 is going up significantly June 5th. I don't know if it will come back down any time soon.

More Great News!!! 

I'm taking part in a wonderful Summer of Love Giveaway!

This year, The Summer of Love Giveaway will have one Grand Prize winner who’ll receive twelve print romances, a collection of poetry, and a memoir, along with other fun summer swag like a tote bag, a journal, and an Amazon gift card worth $25.00. I'm giving away a signed In the Shadow of Greed. I'll contact the winner in case they would like me to post a note to a family member or friend. You can enter as many times as you want, every day-hour if you want. But to enter more than once, you have to give a little love to the contest authors. For instance, you could receive an extra entry by signing up for my newsletter. Just by following the directions on the Enter the Contest page.

I think that's it for today. Next post, an exciting new bundle called Happily Ever After is coming out June 12th. Look for teasers and blurbs in the next few days.

Hugs to all,
Nancy C. Weeks

Sunday, May 14, 2017


I couldn't have said this better....

"Happy Mother's Day to all the people who love without thinking, nurture without planning, protect when threatened, teach when the lesson needs to be shared, and especially to those who know when to step aside when someone they love is ready to spread their wings a little.
My love and my prayers are with all the mothers who's time was somehow condensed, and they are on the other side of the world or on the other side of heaven from the child they love. For you I pray for comfort in knowing that the hope and love that you nurtured continues in everyone your child has touched."