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J.B. McGee's books on Goodreads
Broken Broken (This Trilogy, #1)
reviews: 153
ratings: 906 (avg rating 3.74)

Mending Mending (This Trilogy, #2)
reviews: 112
ratings: 695 (avg rating 4.22)

Forgiven Forgiven (This Trilogy #3)
reviews: 2
ratings: 2 (avg rating 3.50)

Conspiring Conspiring (This Trilogy 2.5)
reviews: 1
ratings: 1 (avg rating 5.00)

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Skipping Stones Sunday

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They say there are five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.

Not everyone will grieve in this order, nor will everyone go through every stage. It’s during the stage of denial when Alex Hart meets Andrew Foster. He takes her one-step closer to acceptance: the stage when new, meaningful relationships are formed. The stage when the realization occurs that this is now the new state of normal.

Just when Alex thinks she is on her way to healing, she enters the bargaining phase. That’s the phase where you wonder what you could have done differently. You wonder “what if?” Specifically, what if the ones you loved hadn’t left you?

Leaving…this is what makes heading off to war so difficult and frightening for Alex. She knows all too well what it’s like to be the one on the losing end of life, which is why she’s made it her personal mission in life to save as many lives as possible. The extreme high she gets from treating trauma victims turns into Alex’s own form of therapy, or so she thinks.

When faced with her world being turned upside down, Alex may just find that her true therapy is in the one who has always saved her.

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J.B. McGee was born and raised in Aiken, South Carolina. After graduating from South Aiken High School, she toured Europe as a member of the 1999 International Bands of America Tour, playing the clarinet. While attending Converse College, an all-girls school in Spartanburg, South Carolina, she visited Charleston often. It quickly became one of her favorite vacation spots. She met her husband, Chad, during Christmas break her freshman year, and they married in 2001 and she moved back to her home town. 

In 2005, the couple welcomed their first son, Noah. J.B. finished her Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education at the University of South Carolina-Aiken in 2006. During her time studying children's literature, a professor had encouraged her to become a writer.

In 2007, she welcomed their second child, Jonah, and she became a stay at home mom/entrepreneur. In 2009, the found out their two children and J.B. have Mitochondrial Disease. In 2011, a diagnosis also was given to Chad. Please take a moment and learn more about Mitochondrial Disease. Awareness is key to this disease that has no cure or treatments.

J.B. McGee and her family now reside in Buford, Georgia, to be closer to their children's medical team. After a passion for reading had been re-ignited, J.B. decided to finally give writing a shot. Broken (This Series), is her first book and first series. 

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

The Light

24 September 2013
Contact: C. Nathaniel Brown
(678) 744-4646

SRCN Announces Bestselling Author J.B. McGee as New Talk Show
ATLANTA, Georgia. — Survival Radio Christian Network (SRCN) today announced that The Light with J.B. McGee will be joining the network’s line-up during the Monday 8:30 p.m. EST time slot. The show debuts October 7, 2013.
Hosted by bestselling author J.B. McGee, The Light with J.B. McGee is a radio talk show designed to provide hope and encourage people to harness the power of their light. Our time in the shadows of life provide the stepping stones for us to shine. The Light shares how to find our voice, our way through the darkness, and then to share what we've learned with others.

“My goal is to reach as many people as I can to share my testimony and spread awareness about Mitochondrial Disease,” said McGee, whose books are available at bookstores or online. “When I was offered this opportunity, I knew that this was the beginning of a whole new area of the light that has become my life.”

The Light with J.B. McGee becomes the 10th show on the Survival Radio Christian Network.
SRCN President C. Nathaniel Brown welcomed McGee to SRCN.
“We are elated to add to SRCN another gem in the person of bestselling author J.B. McGee. As a previous guest on our sister network, Survival Radio Network, we witnessed the potential of McGee as a show host,” Brown said. “We know that SRCN will be a better network because of her and the listeners will also reap the benefits of this new partnership.”
About J.B. McGee: The Aiken, S.C., native discovered her gift to write while studying children literature at the University of South Carolina-Aiken. But it wasn’t until 2012 that she released her debut series, the “This” Series that led her to become an Amazon Top 100 bestselling author. She has since garnered a large following because of her writing prowess. Now she plans to use The Light to share her message with millions and to create awareness about Mitochondrial Disease, a disease with no cure or treatments in which she and her family were diagnosed.

She lives in Buford, Georgia, with her husband, Chad, and their sons, Noah and Jonah.
About the SRCN: The SURVIVAL RADIO CHRISTIAN NETWORK is a new, growing platform of 10 Christian-based talk shows through Blogtalk Radio. The mission of SRCN is to provide inspirational, motivational, and encouraging talk shows with a Christian foundation. Our shows include music, comedy, sports, inspirational messages and Bible lessons. Join the movement!
Listen to The Light with J.B. McGee Mondays at 8:30 p.m. EST on The Survival Radio Network. Tune in online at www.blogtalkradio.com/SRCN or by calling in to (347) 237-4648.

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Saturday, September 14, 2013

A Note from me to you...

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Okay, I suppose the cat's out of the bag now. I've debated long and hard about whether to post this, or not. But since the reviews are coming out, I felt like a response from me (an explanation) might be a good thing. It may also be career suicide. Who knows?

I was led to write something different than I usually write. I think I've mentioned that it's different many times, but was never specific how. I was scared to just come out and say, "Hey erotica lovers, I wrote a book with zero sex in it. Please go buy it." I wanted my words and my book to be able to stand on their own. I wanted people to be pleasantly surprised. I didn't want the sex to take away from the emotion that Alex felt. It's also a book about my grandparents. I wanted to know that I could sell it in the back of their (or anyone else's) church and it be something they'd be proud of. There are so many reasons why I did the book the way I did. I knew there would probably be backlash, and I expect it. Sometimes doing the right thing in your heart isn't always the popular thing. 

Now, before you go put it on your 'do not read' shelves because there's no hot sex in it, please read this review. Let's face it, do people really read my books for the sex anyway? 

I hope you'll help Skipping Stones reach others. The message is an important one, at least to me it is. When I started, yes, I wanted to hit New York Times or USA Today just like anyone else. Yes, I'd love to see it in stores (and the dreamer in me thinks about the movie all the time). But this book is not about the money or an accolade. It became so much more than that for me. So please know whatever happens with it, I'm good. I appreciate your support, and will always do my best to deliver a quality book regardless of the genre.

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