Randall’s Ramblings, December 8, 2019

Today, I’d like to begin by letting you know about a new release by author K.C. Sprayberry:

Winter Holidays

Brad only wants to protect those flying from one place to another, to make up for not being able to protect his wife and daughter. They were on the first aircraft to strike the twin towers on 9/11. Cali seems to have it all—her most recent book gave her the celebrity status she once thought was so important but nothing can penetrate the grief she feels after losing her husband. Dex, the guy in high school that scored more than any other guy, seeks vengeance for all that’s gone wrong in his life.

Three individuals living life alone while the world whirls around them. Can they overcome their pasts and see a better future?


Memories of the past and present take Cali Hinton on a special journey of discovery. She needs to release the past and reconcile with the present.

Dex Marino sees a woman and remembers her as a teenager. He has plans to renew their relationship, even if she isn’t willing.

Brad Mason still grieves the loss of his wife and child on 9/11. After meeting Cali, he learns how to release the sadness.

The holidays often bring the saddest of memories. Can Cali stop a predator from her past and prove her worth to her family? Will Dex understand the girl he nearly destroyed can no longer be conquered? Will Brad discover the magic of this special woman?

They Feel Alone

eBook: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0826VTQDX/

Print Book: https://www.amazon.com/They-Feel-Alone-K-C-Sprayberry/dp/1711752835


Brad Mason felt the gut punch of reality as he passed a store advertising the perfume his wife had loved. He inhaled the scent, a mixture of wildflowers and the ocean, and shivered from head to toe. More than eighteen long years had passed since two passenger jets had toppled New York City’s twin towers but he was unable to move past the grief and longing that beset him whenever important holidays came around.

Someday. I’ll be able to move past this one day.

Book Trailer: https://youtu.be/LU30NTZXlVU 

About K.C. Sprayberry

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“I have a secret… a very special secret. Perhaps you’ve heard this one before… from the time I was a child, I wanted to write stories for people to read. “ K.C. Sprayberry

Former California native, K.C. Sprayberry traveled the U.S. and Europe before finally settling in the mountains of Northwest Georgia. She’s been married to her soulmate for more than a quarter of a century and they enjoy spoiling their grandchildren along with many other activities.

Inspiration strikes at the weirdest times and drives her to grab notebook and pen to jot down her ideas. Those close to her swear nothing or no one is safe if she’s smiling gently in a corner and watching those in the same room interact. Her observations have often given her ideas for her next story, set not only in the South but wherever the characters demand they settle.

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My Work in Progress

Whenever I need a break from editing A Cartel’s Revenge, I continue to work on Ultimate Escalation. The first four chapters have received forty-seven reviews on the two online subscription writing sites I use. Excellent suggestions as always to enhance my stories.

For those who enjoy the twists and turns I include in my novels, there will be more appearing in this one.

It’s with a heavy heart I announce my collaborative effort with author Michael Maxwell on Xavier Sear: Angola has changed due to circumstances beyond our control. Therefore, Michael has asked me to continue on with the story, which I shall do, ensuring he is recognized for the humorous comradery and sound guidance he has shown, not to mention his inspiration for the creation of Xavier Sear.

Angola coverI finished the synopsis last night, which Michael has seen and blessed:

Joao and Caterina Regaleria’s twentieth wedding anniversary celebration was fast approaching when a contact from the past reaches out for his assistance.

Colonel Theodore Mwelewe, a former enemy commander during the Angolan war and now an important politician, requests Joao’s help. The colonel’s adult son, Peter, was kidnapped while working as a doctor for the Christian Aid Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Reluctant to get involved, Joao contacts Xavier Sear, a former CIA operative. They became friends when Joao served as a member of the United Nations Peace-Keeping Forces in Angola and Sear was an observer.

After Caterina’s persuasive intervention, Joao and Sear head to the DRC to rescue Peter. Treachery abounds at each step of the way. Will they be successful or will the situation deteriorate even further?

Books I’m Reading

I recently finished John L. DeBoer’s Skeleton Run. It’s an exciting story filled with realistic characters and enough twists and turns to keep the pages turning by themselves.

What happened to four teenagers in the past ends up haunting them in their prime of life. Who will out in this struggle between doing what’s right and what organized crime desires? Or will someone sell their soul? I don’t like to spoil anything, so I won’t go further except to say John created an excellent plot which will keep you up late at night. An excellent read and I can’t wait to read more of John’s work.

This brings us to a close for another week. I hope you found something of interest or at least useful for your own writing. If you have any suggestions for a topic you’d like to read about, please let me know. Until the next time, thank you for reading.

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