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An author with The Wild Rose Press, I strive to bring authors and readers together with a touch of Heart, Soul, and Happily Ever After. You can connect with me at www.facebook.com/imahayes , https://twitter.com/imahayes, and we can get pin happy at www.pinterest.com/imahayes.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Thankful Author - Isla Grey


I spent a lot of time with my grandparents growing up.  They grew up in a time where they were taught to be grateful for everything—no matter how big or small.  They shared their faith, compassion and most of all, love, that I still carry daily with me.  I’m thankful I had them for as long as I did and that I can now pass on the things they taught me to my own daughter.



Blurb

Trouble is the last thing Devon Brown needs when she leaves the painful memories of her past behind and heads to Shell Island.  As the Salty Dog’s new bartender, she finds herself drawn to Kerr, the Shell Island harbormaster.  But finding her happily-ever-after is difficult when dealing with an obnoxious bootlegger who supplies the bar with illegal liquor and a jealous coworker.
A standoffish loner with damaged emotions, Kerr avoids relationships like the plague.  Things change when Devon catches his eye.  When a simple flirtation grows serious, the coworker and bootlegger quickly become obstacles to any future Kerr and Devon may have together.  As the situation worsens, Devon realizes that even the still waters of Asylum Harbor are no refuge during a storm.

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AUTHOR BIO

Isla Grey is from Central Virginia and still lives in the same small town she grew up in. She developed a love of writing at an early age and over the years has tried her hand at penning poetry (some good, some not so good), screenwriting, newspaper articles and historical stories. She’s “old school” when it comes to writing and is a hoarder of more pens, post-it notes and writing journals than she’ll ever need. Isla likes to write different types of stories from romance to mystery and anything in between and loves a “happy for now but there could be some bad things coming” feel. When Isla’s not writing, she spends her time being called “Mom, Mama, Mommy” (well, you get the picture) by her daughter who is forever active, even in her sleep. She considers herself an unofficial “cat whisperer” and is a pet human to a plethora of cats that have taken up residence at her home over the years. Isla also enjoys reading a good biography or ghost story, traveling even though “there’s no place like home”, good music played loud and walking.

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5 comments:

  1. Welcome back Isla, so glad to have you. I, too, am so thankful for all that my grandparents passed down, especially my great grandmother who taught my mom to crochet, who in turn taught me. I love to crochet and have a passion for it, that I hope my daughter will develop as well.

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  2. Your book sounds like a great read. I love settings by any body of water. Good luck with sales... and Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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  3. Hi Angela and Isla. Grandparents are special! You book sounds interesting and i already on my read list. Best Wishes and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

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  4. You and my sister would get along so great with your love of cats! And her children have their own==good thing they all live in the country.

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  5. Good reading. Asylum Harbor sounds interesting. I, too, am old school, Isla, and like to write in different genres. Happy Thanksgiving.

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