Monthly Archives: June 2014

Enter to win signed copy of Chasing Butterflies in the Magical garden


Dear Friends,

I have five signed paperback books, they are just sitting waiting to be read. You know the saying if you love something set it free…(Truth is, I am a book hoarder, and I need to do some giveaway’s!)

I have promotional work to do before Chasing Butterflies in the Mystical Forest is released this fall-2014.  I decided to give away five signed copies of Chasing Butterflies in the Magical Garden. It does help to have the first in the series before you purchase the second-right? All it takes to enter:

A picture of YOUR magical garden. Also you and other viewers will get to pick the top five, I will post them to this site and the voting will begin. You have until June 30, 2014 to submit your photo.

Send the picture to email address on subject line type GARDEN ENTRY also include your mailing address as to where I need to ship the book  to with the full name of the recipient.

Yours Truly,

Jorja DuPont Oliva



Chasing Butterflies in the Magical Garden by Jorja DuPont Oliva


Wonderful book review blog- look Chasing Butterflies made the list!

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Chasing Butterflies in the Magical GardenChasing Butterflies in the Magical Garden by Jorja DuPont Oliva

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was an excellent read! It really hit home for me and because it hit so close to me, it took me a little longer to read but I really enjoyed it. It really shows that even when things don’t go just as you imagined, there can be even better things that open up to you. Even though life can be hard to survive and even though things don’t always turned out as planned, better things do come along… ones you never could have imagined. I really recommend this book to everyone. This will be one I read again and again.

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I enjoyed this blog so much I had to share!

Cristian Mihai

dreamsWhat I find funny about dreams is that most of the time we tend to attach a sort of vague hope to them. It’s like we spend an awful lot of time contemplating a distant future when all our dreams come true, instead of actually trying to make them come true.

But it doesn’t work like that.

I try not to regret (the things I did or didn’t do) but I can’t help but feel sorry that half my “career” as a writer was spent like this. I wasn’t writing that much, mostly because writing is kind of hard – especially when you’re just starting out and you’re worried about technical stuff, about the mechanics of writing. I suppose all aspiring writers spend more time wishing for stories to magically get written.

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Tim Baker


This is a Flagler County Local Author! Great person and writer! Check him out!

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profile picTim Baker

What is your latest release and
what genre is it?
Unfinished Business – Genre: Thriller/Suspense

Quick description: A mortician suddenly finds herself tasked with carrying out the final thoughts of the corpses she embalms. Bringing closure to the recently deceased seems like a worthwhile task, until she embalms the corpse of a sociopath bent on murder.

UB cover

Brief biography:
Tim Baker was born and raised in Rhode Island, where he lived until moving to Florida in 2006. He has written 6 novels and co-written 2 zombie novellas. He is an avid dog lover, a motorcycle enthusiast and a proud member of Red Sox Nation!

Links to buy Tim’s book:
Amazon Worldwide – eBook
Amazon US – eBook & Print:

Tim’s promo links:

What are you working on now?
My latest work, tentatively titled To Catch a Break is the story of Martin Aquino . …

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