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Barbara Winkes, Sale Books, and an Adorable Cat Named Anita

Happy weekend!

This is where you’ll find announcements for readers and authors, a weekly Caturday photo, SapphFic Community Bulletin Board, book deals, author selfie, and a new game we’re calling Where in the Heck was TB.

Let’s get to it.

I Heart SapphFic Week in Review

Here are the links for this week:

New Releases
Best of Winners for Romantic Suspense
Stories Dealing with Loss / Grief Poll
Friday Feels Fun

Meet Anita Kitty

Anita Kitty belongs to Colleen, a reader.

SapphFic Community Bulletin Board
Sapphic Book Club

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2022 AT 4 PM – 5:30 PM EDT Sapphic Book Club
Free ebook 45 excerpts from cute first meeting scenes

Sapphic book club: Darkness Falls by KC Luck. September 18, 4pm EST

Have community news you want included in a future edition of this section? 

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Great SapphFic Bargains

Working From Home by Sam Kestrel is free until September 20, 2022

Hearts in Motion by Miranda MacLeod is 99 cents until September 23, 2022
Cinders by Cara Malone is 99c for a limited time. is
Prices may change without notice, so please check the price before clicking a buy button. International prices may vary.

Author Selfie Barbara Winkes

Have you read Barbara’s latest yet?  Get Vengeance here and it’s available in Kindle Unlimited.

Where the heck was TB?

TB loves exploring places near and far, so we’ve decided to start a weekly game, where TB goes on an adventure, snaps some photos, and then lets you guess her location.

To answer last week’s mystery, nearly sixty percent got it right. I visited the Minute Man National Park in Concord, Massachusetts. Thirty percent of you were confused as to why there was a man on my head in one of the photos. It was really bright when I snapped the selfie and it wasn’t until I got home when I noticed the error, but it also made me laugh. I’m terrible at selfies.

Now for this week’s fun.

Here are some facts about the place TB visited last week.

1. The pond is located in Concord, Massachusetts.

2. In 1845, Henry David Thoreau moved into a cabin close to the pond and published a book about his experience.

3. The pond is an excellent example of a kettle hole that was formed by retreating glaciers thousands of years ago.

4. The maximum depth is over 100 feet.

5. It’s a place TB and Miranda love to visit when brainstorming their next writing project.

Now for some of TB’s photos.



Time to vote where in the heck you think TB visited. Polls are open until September 22 and the answer will be revealed on Saturday, September 24.

We’re tabulating the results and the answer will be revealed tomorrow, September 24.


Wishing all of you a wonderful weekend!

Miranda, Em, Faith, & TB

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