Weddings on Main Street

Weddings on Main Street, a Collection of 11 Novellas by the Bestselling Authors of Main Street--of which I am one!--was released today!

My contribution is April Fool Bride and, for now, can only be found in this box set.

I created a video that shows each book cover and gives a 1-2 sentence blurb about each book. Take a look. Leave a comment on this video here on the blog to be entered in the giveaway I've been conducting. Details below the video player.

Details on Win a Video Book Trailer

1. Like any of my videos that I've created on my YouTube channel and Subscribe.

2. Post the video you like to your Facebook or Twitter then leave a comment on this post (or any Friday post--they're always about video--through June 20) with the link to your Facebook or Twitter account so I can click to visit it.

3. This giveaway is open from May 19, 2014, through June 20, 2014. The winner will be chosen at random from all comments and notified on or before June 23. On June 27, the winner's video will be featured on SlingWords.

That's it! I'll draw from all those who have left a comment with the link they posted to Facebook or Twitter (either a comment on this post or on any Friday video post) and award a free video of 30-90 seconds in length. If you know anything about videos for book trailers, etc. you know they're expensive to purchase so this is a great chance to get your own video.

You Are Cordially Invited to Weddings on Main Street

Here are the 11 books offered in the box set collection:

What a Cowgirl Wants by Tori Scott: Wedding bells ring for Blake and Mandy. When Blake's dad interferes, will Mandy get her fairy tale wedding?

April Fool Bride by Joan Reeves: Is it a marriage of convenience or something more? Something that sizzles like steam heat between Maddie and Jake that neither can deny.

Wedding Surprise by Mona Risk: Claire and David receive startling news. Will it destroy their relationship, or will love turn the worst news into the best?

Small Town Glamour Girl by Stephanie Queen: Julie and Jack are over-the-moon in love. When their moms reveal a stunning secret, will Julie and Jack still say I do?

The Vow by Pepper Phillips: Ann thinks no man wants her, but Clay wants her. Can she forget the past and open her heart? Or will she run again?

The Reluctant Bride by Jill James: Jimmy and Claire were high school sweethearts, but ten years later they're still not married. Jimmy has a plan to finally get Claire down the aisle.

Kiss the Bridesmaid by Susan R. Hughes: Wedding Photographer Jake attracts bridesmaid Mari. Life is sweet, but will the past threaten their future?

Second Chance Wedding by Leigh Morgan: Broken-hearted, Sunshine MacAlister leaves home. Twelve years later she returns for a wedding and faces the man she loved and left.

Once Upon a Wedding by Kelly Rae: Cassie is always a bridesmaid, and that's the problem! But the only man who appeals to her always has a date for those weddings!

Stuck With You by Kristy Tate: Whit pays Andie to be his wedding date--that's his plan to stop his matchmaking mom. But will Andie lose her heart to Whit?

I Thee Wed by E. Ayers: Julia puts her heart into Main Street Bridal Salon until she meets Aaron who proceeds to sweep her off her feet.

Please visit the Facebook page for Authors of Main Street and LIKE the page. Look for the invitation to the Facebook party planned for next week.

By the way, if you haven't already LIKEd my Facebook page, Joan Reeves Writes, please LIKE it now. *g* (I reciprocate if I haven't liked yours yet so just leave me a message or send a request.)

Takeaway Truth

Accept your invitation today to Weddings on Main Street.


  1. This looks great. Love the video. It is set to post on my blog tomorrow and I put it on my Jill James profile (I think) LOL

    1. Thanks for sharing the video. I think it showcases all the books and hopefully makes readers want to buy. *g*

  2. Great Post! I love the trailer for the AoMS Weddings on Main Street Box Set. You do beautiful work. I excited to read all 11 stories in the collection.

    1. Oh, thank you! I'm looking forward to my trip this weekend--perchance to read several of the stories.