Newsletter

Notes from North Central Nowhere
Volume 2 – Issue 1 – Sometime in early 2016
A newsletter by author USA Today Bestselling Author Liz Flaherty because someone told her it was time.

I hope everyone’s having a splendid spring. Here in NCN, the weather doesn’t seem to know what it’s doing, but that is a yearlong challenge we’ve all grown to lo…no, I can’t say that—we all tolerate it.

Every Time We Say Goodbye, the Harlequin Heartwarming book about Cole Porter song titles, stem cell donation, and a lake in Indiana—oh, and about Arlie and Jack—has been out since April 1. It’s gotten some nice reviews, including one from RT. It was, I’ve admitted often, a difficult book to write, but in its completed form, it’s definitely a book of my heart.

The reason I’m doing this newsletter right now is that Leigh Riker, Melinda Curtis, and I have a giveaway going on and we’d love for you—and everyone you know—to enter. Here’s the deets.


Hoping to hear from you, and until I do, I wish you happy every day.

10 comments:

  1. Liz! Love the opportunity to read you - and about you - here. This will be wonderful. Please sign me up to receive this as regularly as you can produce it.

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  2. Thanks for the post, Liz. I always love to hear about what's new with you!

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  3. Love this. Sign me up too! And then you can tell me how to do a newsletter.

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  4. Great first attempt at a newsletter!

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  5. This newsletter is so "you" all the way through and I just love that you have a contest and have not decided a prize yet. Full force ahead and catch the details later works for me. lol

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  6. Hey, Liz, I like your north central nowhere or whatever! My Mom was from North Little Rock, not exactly a hot spot, either, in the 1930's but when my Dad (during the depression) moved them to a tiny town on the Mexican border, Del Rio, TX, my Mom liked to call it: "the jumping off place." Well, that was my birthplace and home for my first 18 years, so I can definitely relate. LOL Oh, and good luck with your newsletter. Hubby is bugging me to send mine out for my "Tempt Fortune" sale right now.

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  7. Great first Newsletter! I have to admit my own fizzled out some time ago when I ran out of things to say that wouldn't be terribly boring! I don't quite live in the middle of nowhere but I would love to - I'm so not a city person, and love the peace and tranquility of the countryside. Best of luck with your future newsletters!

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  8. Did great for your first Newsletter, Liz. Congratulations! Hope you have the best of holidays in Nowhere!

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  9. I am so impressed that you have this up and running, Liz. Maybe you can teach me how...guess I'll need to stand in line for that one! Anyway, congratulations. Looking forward to seeing more. I always enjoy your wit and wisdom.

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  10. Good job on your first one. Hope it takes off for you.

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