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Wake-Robin Ridge for $1.99!


For the next five days, Wake-Robin Ridge will be on sale for $1.99. If you haven’t gotten your copy yet, don’t miss out! Love and murder in the Blue Ridge Mountains! You’ll want to get to know Sarah and Mac, and find out what secret has kept MacKenzie Cole alone on his mountaintop, with only his Irish wolfhound, Rosheen, for company. Read how, together, they unravel the mystery of what happened to Ruth Winn, who lived in Sarah’s cabin before her.  Romantic Suspense with a touch of spooky. Get your copy today–you know you want to! 

Writers Digest says Ruthie is a strong and interesting character, Lloyd is compelling and psychotic, and Sarah and Mac’s relationship is adorable. 

“What a wonderful story! Funny, sad uplifting,could not put it down.” 5 Stars

“The author has a wonderful command of language.You feel you have been whisked away to the Blue Ridge Mountains.” 5 Stars

” I love books that evoke emotions. I cried real tears, and laughed out loud.” 5 Stars

“Great character development, beautiful imagery. It’s unique, endearing, funny and at times, tragic.” 5 Stars

“Two days later, I’m still thinking of the characters. Hope there will be a sequel.” 5 Stars 

“The suspense kept building until I just couldn’t put the book down.” 5 Stars 

Wake-Robin Ridge: A Darcy’s Corner Novel

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11 thoughts on “Wake-Robin Ridge for $1.99!

  1. Reblogged this on caitlinsternwrites and commented:
    My good friend Marcia Meara’s book Wake Robin Ridge is on sale for the next five days. If you’re fond of mysteries, romance, and beautiful scenery, check it out! She’s also offering a free copy of her ebook of poetry Summer Magic (which ties into the Wake Robin Ridge characters) if you reblog or share the sale news on Facebook of Twitter. So you can help and author out… and get a free ebook, if you like. 😉


    • Thanks so much, Caitlin! You are the BEST!


      • This was a good book. Once I got into it I couldn’t put it down.


        • Thank you so much, suisiadh! I really appreciate that, and I’m so glad you liked it. May I ask if you would leave a positive review for it on amazon (if you haven’t already)? That’s what helps others find the book, and it makes a really big difference in sales. If you’ve already done so, thank you very much. It will help move the book up through the rankings so that others can see it when they are browsing.

          I hope you’ll be glad to know that I’m starting a sequel to WRR as soon as I finish getting Swamp Ghosts published. Look for it next winter, perhaps. Sarah & Mac have another story to tell. 🙂

          And Swamp Ghosts will be out around the first of May, for an adventure set on the rivers of central Florida, featuring a completely different couple who have problems of their own to deal with.

          Thanks for stopping by today and letting me know you enjoyed WRR. I miss those mountains so much, I can’t wait to start writing more about them.


          • I already left a recommendation on Amazon. More than happy to. Wonderful job and looking forward to their next story.


            • Aw, that’s great! Thanks so much, and I’m writing away as fast as I can, here. (To the detriment of my house, my garden, and my blogs, I might add!)


              Swamp Ghosts in May, and with any luck at all, WRR #2 by late winter. I’m outlining it right now. Plus finishing the edit changes on Swamp Ghosts. I have no life! Hahahaha.


  2. elizabeth on said:

    Marcia, you need to put a link to amazon on this post. It’ll make it so much easier for folks to buy if they don’t have to go plugging in amazon’s address and searching.


    • OH, MY! I thought I had!! Thank you so much for pointing that out to me. I do it for every book I review. (The images in the sidebar ARE linked to the book, but it definitely needs one here, too.) On it!! 🙂


  3. elizabeth on said:

    Sorry, I just realized the link is on the book at the side. Still maybe you could link the book-cover in the post itself?


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