I love stories.

I listen to them. I watch them on TV, videos, or movies. I read them.

And I write them.

I’ve written almost every kind of story there is. Mystery, romance, confession, science fiction, fantasy, paranormal, horror, and every other kind I can think of and garnered a couple prizes and ‘best-selling’ author designations along the way.

I’ve written short stories, novellas, and novels.

In the process I’ve learned that my favorite stories are science fiction and paranormal. Preferably the two combined.

My stories are always clean, they are always either contemporary or near future, they always have at least a slight romantic element, and they always end happily. Always. Guaaranteed. (Okay, two short stories, ‘The River Boy’ and ‘Down From The Mountain’ have endings that might not be considered completely happy. Maybe just somewhat happy. You decide.)

Check out the covers below and see what you think. And have a happy, happy day.


Stardust Miracle by Edie Ramer

Stardust Miracle (Miracle Interrupted, #2)   Review:  Stardust Miracle by Edie Ramer

A nice read.  I admit that the only thing that drew me to this book was the fact that it appeared to be a contemporary romance with a supernatural element.  And that’s exactly what it was.  Since that’s what I enjoy writing, I wanted to see how other authors handle the same thing.  And I liked the cover.  It was colorful and, as anyone who reads my posts regularly knows, I like covers that are colorful in some way.  Bright or subtle, I prefer color over black and white.

It’s the story of a pastor’s wife trapped in a tepid, childless marriage who leaves when she finds him having sex with another woman and eventually finds love and a child with another man.

The story, in fact the whole book, is froth and sometimes that’s a good thing.  Not every book should convey emotionally deep, angst-filled messages.  The closest it comes is when it delves into the fact that the heroine has been told she will have a difficult time conceiving a child and may never become a mother.  She manages motherhood because she takes things into her own hands and deals with her situation.  But even with that issue, the author doesn’t delve deeply into the subject or emotions but lets it become a part of the story that she brings to a logical conclusion.

I like logical conclusions and I read this book while my husband watched his favorite CSI team pore over still another mangled body.  He’s not a romance junkie and I’d seen enough disconnected body parts on TV to last me a long time.  So I got out my Kindle and went looking for something to read.   As far as I’m concerned, even though I do like CSI, this romance hugely trumped mangled bodies. I appreciated this nice story with a happy ending.

3 responses to “Stardust Miracle by Edie Ramer”

  1. Florence, I’m so glad you enjoyed Stardust Miracle! And I give all the credit for the cover to Laura Morrigan, my cover artist. She’s amazing!

    1. Aren’t artists wonderful?! How do they do it? Figure out what we want and make it real.

      1. Florence, Laura is so much more visual than I am. I especially love what she did for my latest book, Mo’s Heart. 🙂

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