Have a super Wednesday ... Happy Birthday to my big sis, Yuwanda Black!

Enjoy Your Wednesday

Have a great day, everyone. Right now, updating my blogger blog and social media outlets:  http://cassandra-black-author.blogspot.com/2013/02/have-great-wedne....  Then, on to editing of new novel.

 

Happy Birthday, Big Sis

Wishing my big sister, Yuwanda Black -- http://www.amazon.com/Yuwanda-Black/e/B005192LNO, a Happy, Happy Birthday... she's one of the most prolific freelance writers I know. I don't know how she churns them out. Check out her SEO line of books at link above.

 

Current Release Rockin'

Latest release, Loving a Texan from New Orleans, is still making Amazon strides, yes!

 

Enjoy the day, and as usual, make some good stuff happen in editorial! Gotta love the written word!

Cassandra Black

http://www.cassandrablack.com

 

Publisher: http://www.stonecottagebooks.com

Twitter: @stonecottagebks (http://www.twitter.com/stonecottagebks)
Barnes and Noble (Amber Creek Pen Name): http://www.barnesandnoble.com/c/amber-creek

 

 

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