Betsy Michener-Lachino


An Ohio native and short-term U.S. Army vet, I feel like a grounded person. I live where leaves change color in the fall, there is (sometimes) snow in the winter, and my dogs run through grass chasing lightning bugs in the summer. I miss California, the people, not the drought, but I love Ohio, I love my home.
Married for years and years, I have three teenaged sons who still give me hugs and I sleep each night unable to move from the bounty of Boston Terriers who inhabit my bed. My cup runneth over.

Smashwords Interview

When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
Writing is what I do to balance out my other career...Nursing. I've said a few times that I was born in the wrong century. I have hobby ADD, I knit, crochet, sew, quilt, paint, cook, garden...My family and I live in a house that is more than 100 years old, so renovations are always ongoing... I have a herd of Boston Terriers and a Boxer who weigh me down if I sit down long enough for one of them to pounce. And kids... my boys are all active in their "things" and I am their chauffeur.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
A complete accident. I have authors I enjoy, and I follow the recommendation links. I usually start off with a sample, if I get hooked, I'll buy the book and have a good sit down and enjoy.
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Where to find Betsy Michener-Lachino online

Twitter: @BetsyLachino
Facebook: Facebook profile

Where to buy in print


Seven Years to Die
Price: $2.99 USD. (Free until Nov. 07, 2019!) Words: 114,550. Language: English. Published: September 21, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Adult
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What do you do when the person who has been in your life as long as you care to remember goes missing? Becks has to learn how to live without her husband, Davlin when he goes missing from Afghanistan. Moving forward doesn't mean forgetting, but living in the past is no way to live. Looking for her purpose, Becks endures through friendship, love, and realizing strength can come from a love lost.

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grief    military    missing in action    romance