#99cent #sale

Published April 12, 2016 by Lorraine Nelson - Author

Hi! Just wanted to let you know that Finding Baby J, a contemporary romance, is on a 99 cent sale today. LN_finding baby J_200x300


One lonely woman, a doctor afraid of commitment… Will finding Baby J help them find each other?

Shana Davis knows what it’s like to be unloved and unwanted. Her childhood involved being shuffled from one foster home to the next. One night, as her shift at Mercy Hospital comes to an end, she hears a forlorn, mewling sound and finds a newborn baby boy left in a dumpster. The abandoned baby appeals to her soft heart and her immediate attachment to the child—dubbed Baby J—leads to her spending a lot of time in the Maternity Ward in the company of the handsome Dr. Daniels.

Dr. Kagan Daniels is heart-sore and commitment-shy due to his failed marriage and past experiences with selfish, cold-hearted women. But he sees a gentle, caring soul in Shana and is drawn to her. Despite his reservations, he realizes he wants to get to know her better and finds excuses to spend time in her company.

Having always wanted to be a daddy, Kagan adopts Baby J. As he and Shana grow closer, Shana feels she’s found her own private heaven. She has Baby J and the man of her dreams. What more could a woman want?

But a conniving woman, a manipulative mother, and a man from Shana’s past threaten to come between them. Will the lies spewed by others separate them forever? Or can their love win out over all?

Warning: Sexual content

I hope you grab yourself a copy while it’s at the reduced price. Enjoy!


Please Note: Finding Baby J is also available in print.:)




#FREE children’s book on Amazon!

Published April 7, 2016 by Lorraine Nelson - Author

That’s right, folks. Time to cater to the kiddies in your life. Hoppy Froggy is a colorful and fun book. It even has activity pages at the back. Download your Free copy now. myBook.to/HoppyFroggy  Free until Sunday, April 10th. Hoppy Froggy

Praise for Hoppy Froggy:

 5 stars  A book that will hop into your heart Dec 12 2015
By Michelle Fayard Published on Amazon.com
Youngsters will laugh out loud at Froggy’s funny, clever and resourceful solution to his problem, while readers of all ages will love the way the personality of this adorable amphibian shines in HOPPY FROGGY, the debut children’s book by author Lorraine Nelson and illustrator Sharon Wilson-Dupuis.

A unique feature about the book, and one that children are sure to love, is the activity pages at the back of the book.

Lorraine and Sharon, sisters from New Brunswick, Canada, always said that one day they’d produce books together. Fans of Ms. Nelson’s romantic suspense novels might recall that Ms. Wilson-Dupuis also was the illustrator for the covers in the Hudson Ranch series.

Ms. Nelson came up with the concept for this book when her first-born grandson, Samuel, was 3 years old. The sisters teamed up to create HOPPY FROGGY for their now, combined, seven grandchildren, and they dedicate this book to grandchildren everywhere. Lorraine’s clever text brought to life through Sharon’s skillful illustrations combine for a book that is sure to be a story-time hit.

5 stars  Fantastic Frog book for children Sept. 3 2015
By Rhonda Patton Published on Amazon.com
This was given to me for an honest review. First of all I have to say I love frogs. The illustration throughout the book will give kids a laugh. The illustrations were honestly great, fun for kids. Mrs. Nelson also represented the book very well. This is for the young reader ages 3 – 7. I recommend this book to your children, it is fun and enjoyable. I think the whole family will love to read over and over.
Please note: Hoppy Froggy is also available in print.

New Release!!! Daydreams and Night Scenes

Published April 4, 2016 by Lorraine Nelson - Author

Hello again! Just a quick note to let you know that Daydreams and Night Scenes is now available on Amazon. Daydreams and Night Scenes cover_TAKE 4


A night of love..Fantasy or Fateful Alliance?

Miranda Stuart is lushly built, hauntingly beautiful, career-oriented, and extremely intelligent, but thanks to a teenage crush on Alex Denning, a man who was way out of her league, she acts out of character when they meet up years later at a posh resort. When she finds out his room is adjoining hers, she determines to have her fantasy night in his arms. When the night’s magic should have begun (unbeknownst to him) our dashing, billionaire playboy enters the scene with bright lights blaring and another woman in tow. Had she just set herself up for blackmail?

Warning: Sexual Content

Amazon link: myBook.to/DaNS

Thank you all for your support during my Kindle Scout campaign. It ended with 180 hours in Hot and Trending and 1016 page views, but apparently, that wasn’t enough to guarantee a contract. We gave it a good go though and that’s all we can do.

Thanks again!

Kindle Scout…Last day!

Published March 24, 2016 by Lorraine Nelson - Author

It has been a totally hectic month! But today is the last day for nominations for my contemporary romance, Daydreams and Night Scenes. Every time I see the cover, I fall a little more in love with it. He’s so handsome and both models are so sensually pleasing to the eye.Daydreams and Night Scenes cover_TAKE 4

I do so enjoy all the beautiful covers on my books. I intend to revamp a few of them in the coming months, but first I need to finish Jack’s story for the Thunder Creek Ranch series while I wait on my answer from Amazon’s Kindle Scout team. I want to thank everyone for supporting me this month. Right now I’m sitting at 983 page views and 156 hours in Hot and Trending. Not too shabby.:) I might just break one thousand before today is over. So thank you all very, very much.

Have a happy and blessed Easter weekend And I’ll be back with you again next week.

Here’s the link for Kindle Scout: https://kindlescout.amazon.com/p/XUL7D2OPHOX9



Kindle Scout…Only 3 days left to vote.

Published March 21, 2016 by Lorraine Nelson - Author

It’s cold and snowing here in southern New Brunswick but Daydreams and Night Scenes is Hot and Trending on Kindle Scout. WooHoo!!! I haven’t seen that since the 5th day of my campaign and it’s all thanks to you…my followers, my readers, my supporters, my friends.Daydreams and Night Scenes cover_TAKE 4

I know you’re all probably tired of listening (reading) about my campaign on Kindle Scout, but it’s almost at an end. It’s been a wild ride, I can tell you. I’ve blogged, I’ve twittered, I’ve shared on Facebook, in groups, on Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn. I’ve had friends RT and share. I even ran a fiverr campaign through Bookkitty.

To date, I’ve had 883 page views and I’m thankful for every one of you who took the time to read my chapter. It would be nice if all those views meant the same number of nominations, but I’m not that naive. I know my writing doesn’t appeal to everyone and that’s okay. I happen to write what I enjoy reading. Romance and romantic suspense, sometimes sweet, sometimes spicy–it works for me. The comments and support for my novel have been overwhelmingly complimentary. I couldn’t be happier.

I’ve given the campaign my best and if Daydreams and Night Scenes is not selected for publication by Amazon’s Kindle Scout, at least I know I tried. And in the process, I’ve created a month’s worth of advance publicity as I will surely self-publish. After all, I have this beautiful cover and the novel has already been professionally edited, so it’ll be live on Amazon within 24 hours if not selected. Although it would be nice to have the benefit of Amazon’s marketing and that $1500 advance. It might not be much, but just think of the books I could buy.:)

I may be a writer, but I’m also a reader. I have a 15 shelf bookcase filled with works by  Nora Roberts, Danielle Steel, John Grisham, James Patterson, Mary Higgins-Clark, Sandra Brown, and many others. As to newer authors, I love London Saint James, Julie Miller, Delores Fossen, and several others. In addition to the print books, I have an ereader with over a thousand stories and my Kindle for PC has that many or more. Yes, I enjoy reading…Always have and always will. When I was younger and still in school, I spent my babysitting money on books. The Hardy Boys were my favorites back then. Sadly, I lost a whack of books in a house fire but I’ve since collected many more titles. My children, as they grew, never had a lack of books to read, from being babes in arms through their teenage years. I read to them daily and my oldest son is a Stephen King and John Grisham fan. The two younger boys are more into video games, but hey, they had to know how to read to play some of them. Now it’s my grandchildren who come to me to be read to or borrow books from. It’s a bond I share with them all and I am sincerely pleased.

And surprise of surprises, my mother enjoys reading my books. She’s always been a great supporter of my writing so I’m not sure why I was surprised when she asked for the print ones…and insisted on paying for them, too.:) The first one she read, His Christmas Wish, was nothing more than a printout from my computer, but she loved it. Then Zakia and the Cowboy…she read it in two days! And this is a woman who doesn’t read much. God, I love that woman. She’s always been there for me.

I guess that’s all I have for you today. Happy reading and writing. Love you all!


Please take a few minutes and pop over to Kindle Scout to read my chapter. If you like it, hit the ‘nominate me’ button. I really would like to win this publishing contract. Thanks to you, I already stand a good chance. Just click here.


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