Book News and Sale



This is an unprecedented time in our history. The COVID-19 pandemic is having an impact on the health of our loved ones, the businesses we rely upon, the health of the global economy, and the way we live our daily lives. As we all continue to navigate through these unique and evolving challenges many turn to reading and authors turn to writing. You will see a multitude of good books, television shows, and movies emerging from the carnage. 

I pray all of you stay safe and well. During this trying time, pray for your family, your community, our country, and the world. Reach out to others with a phone call, especially those who are confined by themselves. Take walks and enjoy the pretty spring flowers. Gift an ebook. At present, many books are on sale


The sixth book of the Highland Treasures series, A Highland Home, is in the editing stage and will be published soon. Watch for the preorder notice. The novella completes the love story of Davina and Alistair. 

After much difficulty and many trials, Davina and Alistair settle into their Highland home, Fàrdach Castle.

Today, I have a fun surprise I’d like to share with you.

Highland Treasures

Four of the Highland Treasures books are on sale for 60% off at Smashwords. Click on the Smashwords link or the photo to be redirected to my Smashwords author page where you will find the books. The discount is automatically taken off at checkout.

Smashwords Author Page

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About Brenda B. Taylor

I write sweet historical romances, connecting readers of today with events in history, and telling stories about the extraordinary lives of ordinary people. I most enjoy writing stories set in post-Civil War Missouri, and medieval Scotland.
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