The Double D Ranch Tales

The Double D Ranch Tales ~ Fictional tales set on a fictional ranch and other locales in southern Nevada. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are products of the authors' imaginations or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. ~ Happy Reading!

Thursday, October 2, 2014

We love Evernight Publishing! Happy 4th B-day Evernight! @evernightpub #BDayBashBlogHop

Roll out the Red Carpet ~ Evernight celebrates four years of publishing!
Join authors, bloggers and reviewers as we take a RED CARPET tour featuring Evernight's smart and sexy books. Slip on your virtual stilettos and walk the red carpet of award winning titles, spectacular reviews, and paparazzi style interviews.
Be sure to visit every stop on the tour where you can enter for a chance to win great prizes, including a new eReader, gift certificates, swag, books and much more! For links to the participating authors and bloggers CLICK HERE or use the links at the end of the post.
Don't forget to visit the Evernight Publishing website where all eBooks are 50% off through October 13th!
Now I turn the spotlight on our smart and sexy books...
Our thoughts on Evernight Publishing
* As authors, we're thrilled to share our stories with you, the readers, and Evernight helps make our books shine! Here’s why we love Evernight Publishing:
* RM & I were quite happy to be picked up by Evernight Publishing. We heard about the company through a friend of hers, and after our first book had been turned down by a couple of other places, we submitted there. The rest is history! We now have three stories in the Double D Ranch Tales series available through Evernight and have several more in various stages of development. Yay! Our experience at Evernight has been wonderful—from the support of the publisher to the cover art to the promotion to the support of other authors and so on. We’ve also received some great reviews on our stories. In fact, some of the positive feedback we’ve gotten is in direct contrast to the reasons why the first publisher we sent our story to rejected it. See? Just because one place doesn’t think you’re a fit or a particular person doesn’t like it, doesn’t mean that the story is garbage.
* Want to read the wonderful reviews? Visit these links:
Wild West Weekend | Wild West Hauntings | Wild West Promise
You can keep updated about us and our books at our websites: C.R. Moss | RM Sotera
Now for the good stuff!
Answer our question, which is provided below, in the comment section for a chance to win (be sure to include your name and email address so if you win we can contact you):
* Your choice of an Amazon Kindle Fire HD or Kobo Arc 7
* $100 Amazon GC
* $50 Evernight GC
* Our blog prize: A $5.00 Evernight Publishing gift certificate
Question: Have you ever reached a goal that you thought to be impossible or that people told you would be impossible to do or said no on?
* Please note, if you do not answer the question above or you just copy and paste someone else's answer, you will be disqualified from winning any of the prizes.
Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy the hop!
C.R. Moss & RM Sotera
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  1. No one ever said something like that to me. And I dont have impossible missions. LOL.

  2. Yes some in my family have told me that. I was wild as a teen and they said I would never get anywhere well I showed them because I have a wonderful marriage and four wonderful kids.

  3. No not yet I'm still trying to fulfill some of those dreams but no one has ever told me that I couldn't do it but myself. My family and friend are my biggest supporters and have my back through anything. lavidabrisco(at)yahoo(dot)com

  4. i have a number of learning difficulties and school was hard for me. i went to a high school that offered advanced courses and in my grade 11 year i really wanted to try one JUST to see how i would do. one of my teachers poo pooed the idea of me doing it thinking i would be disappointed if i failed. that made me more determined to take it cuz i was offended he'd say that...turns out i got a sixty percent as my final mark plus an award for most improved student :)

  5. I was told I would never finish college by an nasty ex friend. I did and got my degree in nursing and couldn't be happier. Take that my ex friend.

  6. No one's really told me that something's impossible, though someone did once say that my interests were too broad and I'd be better off focusing on just one. Jury's still out on that one...

    Trix, vitajex(At)Aol(Dot)com

  7. I am in the process of completing my medical degree. I have had a hard time recently , losing both my mom and dad and having financial struggles. Needless to say, finally seeing a silver lining that I never thought would ever happen, is an amazing feeling.

  8. I have completed Boot camp ( Navy) and I had doubters let me tell you! Well I did it anyway! I showed those folks! cherylslife67(at)charter(dot)net.

  9. No one has ever told me I couldn't do something, I guess my goals and ambitions weren't that lofty.
    skpetal at hotmail dot com

  10. Unfortunately, I do have a family member that I love very much that doesn't believe I will do what I have said I would do. Been that way my whole life, but I WILL prove them wrong.

  11. Oh yeah! My parents seem to think I can't do anything but i've proved them wrong many times!! I was never someone anyone ever beleived in, but i've grown to not care what others think of me cuz I know what I can do!

    Take care & I hope you have a great day! =)
    BLeigh1130 at yahoo dot com

  12. No, probably because I haven't felt the need to set high goals for myself. My parents always told us we could do anything we set our minds to and really worked for it.

  13. Even though no one said it, no one thought I would survive college. Not only did I survive, but I was the first in my family to get a Master's degree!!

    books4me67 at ymail dot com

  14. can't think of anything off the top of my head....I don't have many negative family members

  15. Not really, I have always been goal oriented and I've achieved many of my goals. The problem now is coming up with new goals since I'm currently very content with my life.

  16. Congrats on all of your success! No, not really. My family is incredibly supportive. With them, i can accomplish anything. :) Thank you for the fantastic hop!

  17. All the time -- but I set goals and achieve them, and having someone telling me I can't do something just makes the achievement all the sweeter!

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

  18. Only tiny things, although they're big for me, like doing some sewing or making a cake that day.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com