UK Mother's Day is nearly here

UK Mother's Day is nearly here
Perfect gift, 12 books by 13 authors all about how great mothers are.

Friday, 4 March 2016

Mother's Day Magic...with Love Anthology...book by book. Two Hearts Unspoken by Tamara Ferguson

Hello there!

As the organiser of the Mother's Day Magic anthology, I have had the lucky experience of getting to know all the authors. In every team there is a 'crazy' who keeps everyone on their toes, makes motivational speeches, works hard and laughs a lot.  In this group of authors, I give that prize to Tamara Ferguson. I am sure she never sleeps. We are in completely different time zones, but she is always there urging me on, or telling what I need to do next. I am not all surprised that she is a best selling author, her energy is endless. She gets rave reviews for her books, which she churns out at an amazingly fast speed.  I am being to wonder if Tamara has found the secret of cloning. A lovely lady and a fantastic author. 

I have duly read her book, as it is number 3 in Mother's Day Magic...with love anthology, and loved her characters and premise of the situation. Beth, her main character, is the mother of Kyle (now in his early 20s), who is autistic . Beth has lived many years on her own, looking after her son. She has put her love for him in front of any chance of love for herself, Who would want to take on a mother with a disruptive son?

Tamara has a way of using people's fears and weaknesses and creates a tale of love and commitment. She brings together couples who are shying away from relationships, because of scars, mental and physical, and allows them to find their strength of character to build a future without fears.

Two Hearts Unspoken, carries a message to all mothers. People see you, not your child, if you will only look into their faces. Love comes from inside, so scarred bodies are not a barrier to a loving relationship.  Well done Tamara, another best seller I think!

As for me, I am still busy with promoting the anthology, but ''''drum roll please''' I have actually picked up a pen and started writing again. I am determined to finish Managing Ed, which is the second book in the Abby and Ed series.

I could do with some opinions on the cover though,  I am not sure it matches Touching Ed! what do you think?  The hat is part of the story:)

I have put myself under pressure, I seem to work better that way, by booking a Blog Tour for it's release in April/May.   Have to go now.....writing to do:)  Watch out for my book 4 review, December Roses by Daisy Banks.  Definitely have to go now, I have reading to do as well:)  Have a great weekend, Allyson

4 comments:

  1. I have Tamara Ferguson's picture on my mantle surrounded by fresh cut flowers, offerings, and have a candle burning constantly. To me, there is no one more knowledgable in Indie publishing and promoting today. When I pass her picture, I genuflect, or bow to show my respect. She has taken me in, a lost puppy for sure, and mentored me at every step of the way. Tamara is also the Energizer Bunny because she works nonstop 24 hours a day and still gets everything right. She could be a Playboy bunny but Hef could definitely never keep up with her. And beyond all of the book business, she is a fantastic spouse and mom. Pope Francis has already started the paperwork for her sainthood. I am totally grateful she is my friend. If she ever needed a transplant, I would give her any body part she needed (except one...).
    If she told me to jump off a cliff I would do it because I know somehow she would make me a best-seller out of it. My only regret is that I do not have the knowledge to give back to my friend, unless she wanted to fly airplanes.––Cary Allen Stone

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    1. I absolutely agree with you Cary. A saint in the making. Tamara is a fabulous author, friend and mother.

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  2. I have recently discovered Allyson R. Abbott and have become a huge fan! Beautiful stories! I'm so happy to have this wonderful new (to me) author! Brenda

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  3. Thank you for your kind words Brenda, I hope we can add friend, as well as author. Please keep in touch.

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