Sweet Love. Yes or No?

Good Morning AshleyNicole Book fans. Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving here in the US. For those of you shopping today, be safe. I know it can get a little crazy out there.
Before I start breakfast and get back to Christmas decorating I wanted to update you on some things.
First off, I haven’t forgotten about Women’s Island. Progress is slow going with the hustle and bustle of the holiday season but it is still progress 🙂
In other writing news, I have several new stories thanks to dreamcatch writing in the mornings. That is just more future books you have to look forward to. 🙂

This brings me to my main topic of the day. I’d really love your input on love. Love stories that is. There have been many requests from family, friends, and fans for me to write romance novels. I’m not into all that erotica stuff. I enjoy the simple and deep romantic relationships. Such as holding hands, kissing, and blushing. You know, the sweet stuff.
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There are currently six love stories in my novel stash but I have yet to decide if I will publish them. They are romances without the mature content. If I do ever publish my Sweet Romance novels I’m considering publishing under a pen name because romance even without erotica is definitely set apart from my other genres: Science Fiction, Paranormal, and Epic Fantasy.

Please Comment Your Input. I want your feedback.
1. Do you think I should publish my Sweet Romances in the future?
2. If yes to number 1, do you think I should write under a pen name?


Review of The Fire’s Dawn…

 The Fire’s Dawn in Winter’s Break
by Michael Weber
5 of 5 Stars


Book Description:

The world has sat in darkness for years, but the fires of determination are burning, waiting to be released. The sun has returned and the reign of winter is over. An ancient people are growing in strength and making preparations for the right moment to strike. That moment has come. Their leader, Festero, uses the powerful relics to help secure his twisted domain over all. But hope remains for the emergence of the rival power. Banded together in their bid to overcome the rising threat, it will take the combined effort of all to stop Festero and secure their freedom from tyranny. Who will emerge victorious? The fate of the free world rests in this struggle for power and control: will victory over Festero mean peace, or does absolute power corrupt absolutely? Join the adventure as the story unfolds…

My Review
5 of 5 Stars

“Much to my disappointment, you have all fallen victim, but much to my pleasure you all will learn a valuable lesson today.” ~ The Fire’s Dawn in Winter’s Break by Michael Weber

In a world were the living survive in a constant winter, most have only heard stories of sunlight.  One day a group of hunters spot a break in the clouds, giving way to sunlight that hasn’t been seen in generations.  With haste, a man of the party rushes to their camp, bringing everyone to see the light of the sun. After the group arrives, a girl, Adalina, runs to the light.  She knows the time has come, sharing her knowledge with the camp, of the coming changes to their world.  Of a place they must go, to make a new life where they will prosper.  Of the steps they must make to be safe from the coming Festrousi who would kill and enslave them.

For a captivating story of adventure, magic, and wonder, The Fire’s Dawn in Winter’s Break will not disappoint you.  The characters come to life, the landscapes and structures will appear before your eyes, sounds of battle will reach your ears, and your emotions will change with the mood of the story.  Weber’s writing will mesmerize you in this magical world he has created.  If you love unique stories of magic, kingdoms, love, and adventure, this epic first novel, The Fire’s Dawn in Winter’s Break by Michael Weber, is a must read.

The details in this book kept me from setting it down.  With a love for architecture, building, travel, and a good book, this story really pulled me in.  I adore a book that is so well told I can see it play out around me, as if I am a part of it and Weber does just that.  I’m reading it for the third time and am truly looking forward to the next book in the series.

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