February is for Lovers *Giveaway* Reminder



It is early February and everywhere we see hearts, flowers, candy, and valentine cards. This month raises our awareness of our boyfriends, girlfriends, spouses, and life partners. As we  all share the love, my gift to you is the opportunity to win copies of my books.  (details below)

I write novels about relationships, love and life in my series called Meant to Be. They are about finding that person who we are meant to be with for the rest of our lives.  Our soul mate, our partner in all things. If I may pick my own classification, my novels’ category is >contemporary fiction/family saga/love/relationships.

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Meant to Be book 1, The Life of Meyer is told from Meyer’s  point of view. The reader is invited to follow the events that shaped Meyer’s, his family’s, and his friends’ lives. As Meyer tells us, “…no one’s life is just a single strand of thread. On the contrary, each of our lives are a tapestry, woven intricately with the lives of those with whom we share history and destiny. In these pages you will find the strands that  make up  my tapestry, my history, my life – and the  journey that led me to my soul mate.”

Scissors and Paper HeartsMeant to Be  book 2, The Couples is about people who may belong together and how the world around them helps them, or sometimes defeats them in their search for a life partner. It follows the lives of couples, their friends, and their support systems, as they explore their relationships. The Couples continues to follow the lives of people we met in The Life of Meyer in addition to new friends and families, although the book may be read as a stand alone.

Meant to Be book 3, Finding Each Other is a heartfelt continuation of the family saga that began with a young Meyer and his journey to find his  one true love. Mystery and miracles, sacrifice and soul-searching, the ties that bind this group of people to each other are strong. The bond of family is not about blood – it is about taking care of each other. Mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, cousins,  neighbors and friends – they will all have a part to play in each other’s lives and the lives of total strangers. These incredible families endure and thrive.

heart candyI hope I have whet your appetite for some heartwarming romantic stories. To enter to win copies of my novels CLICK HERE –>  Rafflecopter Giveaway.

Do you have any special plans for Valentine’s day? Does love inspire you to write?

Good luck and Happy Valentine’s Day!


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Richard Alan

Richard began writing while living in the Pacific Northwest with his wife, Carolynn. This summer they moved to Dallas, Texas. They are the proud parents of three wonderful adult sons.

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