Beth Flowers

Biography

Beth Ann Flowers is the mother of three and lives in PA with her supportive musician husband, fun-loving youngest daughter, and Stanza the cat (although they suspect he may be part squirrel/part dog in cat disguise).

She loves writing chick lit/romantic comedy with the spotlight on the humor of every day life in relationships and low-key on 'the mushy stuff'. As she laughingly says, "In reality, if my husband acted like the male lead in the romance novels I love to read, I'd either get the giggles or be frightened and run away! But maybe that's just me..."

She loves coffee, writing, music, animals, home cooking & baking, classic b&w movies, gardening, and --above all-- spending time with her family.
Oh, and cheesecake.
Don't forget cheesecake.

Where to find Beth Flowers online

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Books

The Stuff of Ambrosia
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 98,290. Language: English. Published: January 14, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary, Fiction » Women's fiction » Chick lit
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Amy loves her job, her boyfriend, and her life... at least that's what she keeps telling herself. She sees herself as dull and uninteresting --the kind to take pains to keep the peace at all costs. But when she meets an arrogant man who challenges her every move, he brings out all her worst qualities...or are they?
Delusion Illusion
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 86,940. Language: English. Published: May 29, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » Chick lit, Fiction » Fantasy » General
Two things marked Dani's childhood: her night terrors and imaginary friend. When tragedy strikes in adulthood she re-emerges with two invisible friends. Sure she’s lost her mind, she pretends all is well, counting on her ‘friends’ to help with the scary things in life: dentists, driving, changes... Then the night terrors return. A family secret could explain all— or her Aunt has gone mad, too!

Beth Flowers' tag cloud

animals    cheater    comedy    drama    dream    family    halloween    hha    humor    imaginary    meditation    mystery    oobe    personal growth    phobic    romance    romcom    soul    spiritual    thanksgiving   

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