January 8, 2016

Richard’s Relics by @mallidalli #RLFblog #MilitaryRomance

Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social media contacts for the author. Today's featured book is Richard’s Relics by Grace Augustine.

About the Book

Title Richard’s Relics
Genre Romance Military
Author Grace Augustine
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): Mature Audience
War and its remnants are cruel. Just ask Richard Dempsey, a Vietnam Vet.
     Richard served his turn in Vietnam, but came home a changed man. Plagued with nightmares of the past, Richard and his friends go on a life changing trip back to modern day Saigon. Their hope...to slay the dragons that stole so much of their lives.
     Each deals with his own demons. Each has life changing experiences. Each finds out the importance of friendship and family.

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About the Author

     Internationally known author, Grace Augustine, was born in Shelby, Montana and grew up in Cut Bank, Montana (dubbed as The Coldest Spot in the Nation). Her work career has taken her from title and abstracting to administrative assistant church work to co-owning a small town weekly newspaper to her current profession as a floral designer.
     Grace thinks of herself as a "Jill" of most trades and is not afraid to learn new things. "If you can't learn something new each day, there's something wrong," she says.
The ideas for her Acorn Hills series stem from her growing up years as well as the issues she has had to overcome along the way. "I've developed a new romance category...for the over 50 crowd...I'm calling it the salt and pepper genre. My books deal with real life issues, overcoming adversity, maintaining a positive outlook, and so much more. Just because we are 50 yrs old or older doesn't mean that life stops. We all still want attention and affection and adventure! We want to experience all life has to offer. We use our age as wisdom to share with those around us. We are sexual, sensual, and sensible," Grace explains.
     Augustine was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in July of 2003. Her thoughts on that "It may slow me down, but if I can at all do it, I will. Sitting and feeling sorry for yourself isn't the answer...living your life with an open, joy-filled heart is."

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  1. Good morning, Grace! Welcome to RLF. :)

    1. Good evening, Kayelle! Thank you so much for hosting me today. I'm sorry that I was missing in action. I had an appointment with a very cute young oral surgeon for a re-check on an extracted wisdom tooth. I hope you had a great day and once again, I'm so humbled and appreciative of your kindness!

  2. Thank you so much for sharing Richard's Relics today!

  3. Thank you so much for sharing Richard's Relics today!


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