Sunday, September 14, 2014

Welcome, Author Danielle Thorne!

Welcome to Gina’s World of Good and thank you so much for visiting. Today, we are so fortunate to have author Danielle Thorne visiting with us.  Danielle will be discussing her new book, CHEATED, which was released by Desert Breeze Publishing on September 12.

Hi Danielle, it's nice to have you today. Could you tell us a little bit about yourself?
Thanks for having me for a visit, Regina. I'm a Southern girl, writing from south of Atlanta, Georgia. Besides wearing the caps of former editor and freelance writer, I'm also the author of six novels. I write clean fiction in both contemporary and historical romance, as well as paranormals for young adults.
How long have you been writing? What's the most rewarding aspect of it?
A lifelong writer, I decided to tackle working professionally in the field in 1998. Having the opportunity to express myself and be creative is the greatest reward. Research is a lot of fun, too. I love to learn new things.
You have a new release.  For those who haven't read your book yet, would you tell us a little about it?
Cheated is a stand alone paranormal about relying on our friends and family as we face our fears. It features high school senior, Athena Gray, who has the gift to bring people back or help them cross over. Athena is determined to finish her senior year without any paranormal interruptions. She's certain it's best to ignore her ability to help spirits cross over, but a new phantom in the backwoods of Omega is watching her every move.  Determined to protect her sister and her best friend, Dan, Athena pays no attention to strange events at school until they follow her home. When the mysterious spirit causes a near fatal accident, she must come to grips with an angry and jealous ghost who wants her dead because somewhere between this life and another, Athena's adversary thinks she cheated. It will take the power of family and friendship to survive her own personal haunting and reclaim her life before supernatural forces extinguish it forever.   
That's so interesting! Could you tell us what to expect in any other books you’ll be releasing?
I'd love to! This fall I am also releasing my third historical novel, Proper Attire. This novella features sweet romance set in the Regency era of the West Indies. Here's a quick snapshot:
Pressured to marry for money, Julia Scott flees England and a cruel stepmother to determine if the West Indies is the paradise of her dreams. Attacked by pirates and desired by island natives, the only person she can trust is John Smith -- if that's her rescuer's true name. Reaching her uncle's station in English Harbor, Julia must find a way to face her feelings and deal with her traitorous family, a dashing new suitor, and the guardian angel, John Smith, who has no qualms sporting counterfeit names and less than what is proper attire.
This novella will be available at for just .99 in only a few weeks.
What themes do you write about?
I find there's a continual thread of experiences requiring self-reflection and great courage in my books. It takes stepping outside of our comfort zones to understand ourselves, and that's what I like to make my characters do.
Who is your favorite author and why?
My favorite author is probably Patrick O'Brian. He writes wonderful sea fiction with riveting description and deep character development. I reread his Master and Commander series as much as I do my Jane Austen collection.
Thank you so much for sharing with us, Danielle.  Good luck with your releases and please come back again soon!

What is your favorite word? "Really?" I say it, I write it. It's a problem.
What is your least favorite word? The word "plethora" really gets on my nerves. It's overused.
What profession other than yours would you like to attempt? In another life I'd love to be a forensic scientist or marine biologist. I love science.
What profession would you not like to do? Act. I'm phobic about cameras or too much attention. It's just not my thing.
What is your favorite place in the whole world? At sea.
Excerpt from Cheated:
In answer to my thoughts, something nearby snapped. I bit my bottom lip and tried to breathe normally. When I turned around, the surprise of seeing a small, pale girl standing at the clearing's edge almost made me fall back onto the rock again.
"You," I said, like we were in some kind of detective novel.
She said nothing but continued staring with large, gray eyes. I watched the atmosphere around her blur in and out like a wormhole and realized this was the ghost from my cell phone picture. She was the same girl I'd noticed watching me from the woods at the season's first ball game. Except she wasn't really a ghost. Or was she?
"Who are you?" I asked. I really needed to know, and for the first time despite my Poppy's former warnings to not issue invitations to supernatural visitors, I wanted to know.
"Athena," she answered in a quiet whisper.
I didn't know if she was answering me or addressing me. "Who?"
Her mouth twitched slightly at the corners of her mouth, but her eyes remained dead and cold, sparking off and on with a flickering light.
"What do you want?"
Her expression flickered for a quick second before she caught herself. This ghost was playing it cool.
"I don't know who you are, and I don't care," I lied. "Go away and leave me alone."
She laughed, and it was in a creepy, low tone. To make things feel worse, she still hadn't smiled or stopped glaring at me with those dead eyes.
"You cheated," she said, after I decided not to say another word.
A wary tremor ran down my backbone. I'd heard this before. She shimmered like a desert mirage. The power of her glittering appearance waned.
I caught myself biting my lip again, hard. I fought to not feel afraid, fought not to speak.
"Cheated," she repeated in an angry whisper, and her blue life light flickered once more and then went out, like someone had blown across a candle's burning flame.
Links: Available September 11th

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Sunday, July 6, 2014

Welcome, Author Linda Weaver Clark! New Release and Giveaway!

Today is it a joy to welcome author Linda Weaver Clark to Gina's World of Good. It is very exciting to have Linda visit here and discuss her new release, The Shamrock Case. 

Linda is going to give an e-book away to those who comment about this interview in exchange for a review of her book.

Hi Linda, it's nice to have you on my blog today. Could you tell us a little bit about yourself?

I teach people how to write their family history and autobiography. I have been to 17 states and taught over 450 workshops. I believe it’s very important to teach our children their heritage. Our children need to be proud of their ancestors. It’s up to us to write these experiences down. I’m also an author of 6 historical romances, 4 mystery/adventure novels, a children’s book, and 2 cozy mysteries.

How long have you been writing? What's the most rewarding aspect of it?

I’ve always loved writing, but I’ve only been an author since 2005. I love using my imagination and creating characters that I learn to love so much. It’s fun to feel a part of a story that comes alive on paper. All my books are clean for both adults and young adults.


You have a new release.  For those who haven't read your book yet, would you tell us a little about it?

It’s a cozy mystery called The Shamrock Case. For those who don’t know much about cozies, they are a G-rated story with no swearing, gore, or sex. A cozy mystery focuses on the plot and characters, and the main character is usually an intelligent woman. In The Shamrock Case, Amelia Moore, the founder of the Moore Detective Agency, specializes in missing persons. Her cases have taken her to some very interesting places and put her in some dangerous situations, but she always solves the case. With the help of her partner, Rick Bonito, the business is flourishing.

When Amelia is hired to search for her client’s grandparents, the case takes them to Ireland. Kate must learn about her heritage. Who are her grandparents and could they still be alive after all these years? Why did her parents leave Ireland suddenly and move to America? Is there more to this case than meets the eye? This is the second book in this series.

What was the inspiration behind your book?

I believe it’s important to know our heritage and find out about the lives of our grandparents and great grandparents. Well, my great grandfather was born in Ireland. His mother disowned him because he joined another church. Religion is a big thing in Ireland and it upset her a great deal. So Daniel Gamble moved to the states without saying a word and never saw his family again. This was the inspiration behind my book.

That's so interesting! Could you tell us what to expect in any other books in this series?

In each book in the Amelia Moore Detective Series, I introduce a new mystery that has to do with “missing persons.” For example, book one is called The Bali Mystery. When Mrs. Brody hires Amelia and Rick to find her missing brother, they find themselves in Bali, Indonesia. They are mystified why her brother quit his job, put his home up for sale, and ran off to this mysterious and exotic island without telling a soul.

In book 3, The Missing Heir, Amelia has to find the heir to a fortune in order to save a couple of orphanages in Mexico. So each book has to do with a missing person.

Do you plot your stories in advance, or just start writing and see where the story goes?

It depends on which genre I’m writing. For a mystery, I always plot my stories in advance. For a romance, I just see where the story leads me. But I will write a few things down that I want to happen or where my characters will visit.

Does your faith affect your writing? If so, how?

Most Definitely! My faith plays a big part in my writing. All my good guys are faithful church-going people. While in Ireland, Amelia and Rick find out why the Irish are so strong in their Christian beliefs and why a shamrock is an influence on their faith. Even I was impressed with their beliefs.

Do you put yourself in your books?

Well, actually, one time I wrote myself into a novel. Matthew, in Desert Intrigue, was explaining how an explorer named Paul Weaver scratched his name in a rock below a tall spire in Phoenix, Arizona. Ever since it was discovered, its new name became Weaver’s Needle. This is the conversation he has with April.

“Weaver’s Needle?” asked April with uplifted brows. “Hmmm. Why does that sound so familiar?” She snapped her fingers and smiled. “I’ve got it.”

“Wow! I’m impressed,” said Matthew. “You’ve heard of Weaver’s Needle?”

“Of course not. I know an author by that name. She writes historical sweet romances and mystery novels. Her name’s… uh… Let’s see. It’s on the edge of my tongue. Oh yes! It’s Linda Weaver… uh… something or other.”

Matthew stared at his sweetheart with humor lacing his eyes. It took all his control to not laugh out loud. She seemed to get distracted so easily and had a way of getting off the subject. He cleared his throat and said patiently, “Now are you more interested in this ditzy author or this fabulous story?”

What role does the geographical location play in your storylines?

It plays a big part. For example, in Desert Intrigue I take my readers to Phoenix and they talk about the mysteries of Superstition Mountain and the history surrounding it. In The Bali Mystery I take my readers to the island of Bali and my characters get to hike in the Rain Forest and swim with the dolphins. In The Shamrock Case I take my readers to Ireland and Amelia gets to kiss the Blarney Stone and see a couple of ancient castles.

Who is your favorite author and why?

Serena Clarke is a fantasy/romance author and I absolutely love her work. She makes me feel like I’m actually there and experiencing the story on my own. Her books are clean with action, romance, and adventure. My favorite book is called The Alliance of Isian. It’s about an arranged marriage. Isian sends a proposal, offering their daughter to the prince, in order to ensure an alliance. Princess Gabrielle and Prince Alec must learn to work together and trust each other. Even though there’s plenty of adventure in this story, I love how the two have to learn to get along. It’s a sweet romance.

Thank you so much for sharing with us, Linda.  Good luck with your releases and please come back again soon!

Read a review of The Shamrock Case:
“Amelia and Rick have the makings of being a lasting couple that readers will adore and root for. The Shamrock Case moves along quickly. It goes by way too fast and I’m already missing the characters.

“The author paints a vivid picture of the beauty of Ireland. I feel as if I just returned from a trip to Ireland myself. I could easily see the greenery and magnificence of the country. With each book, Clarke introduces us to another exotic location.  She definitely does her homework before she writes about these places.  Clarke knows both her characters and locations well and it shines through each word she writes.” –Socrates Book Review

To read a sample chapter of The Shamrock Case, visit Linda’s website at

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Thank you for spending time at Gina’s World of Good!  Best wishes for your success. 

Thank you! Please visit with me again soon!

Thursday, June 19, 2014

New Release! THE PERFECT PROPOSAL by Regina Andrews now available

New release today, THE PERFECT PROPOSAL, by Regina Andrews! Regina Andrews. Very exciting! and

Chapter One
     Taking a deep breath, Lindsay Richardson tightened her grip on the thick leather handle of her father's briefcase, trying to draw some of his strength and fortitude from it.
     Something warned her she was going to need all of that, plus a special prayer, to face her first day of work at Copley Industries. She opened the door to her boss's office for their initial meeting.
     "I said no interruptions, Claire, please." She heard a man's voice coming from the other side of the cavernous office. He spoke without looking up from his desk as he shuffled through a stack of papers.
     "I'm sorry. I'm not Claire. But she told me--" 
     "Claire doesn't run Copley Industries. I do. That's the First Commandment here." 
     Lindsay cringed at his use of that particular phrase, but she bit her lip and gripped the leather handle of the briefcase even tighter than before. 
     He stood up and switched on the recessed copper-rimmed lights. Now Lindsay could see him clearly. She was in trouble. She had walked into the wrong office. 
     "I'm sorry for intruding, I have an appointment with Mr. Copley, but it must be your father, not you. I didn't open the right door." 
     His clear blue eyes narrowed. From the tip of his sandy hair to his designer shoes, everything about the thirty-something executive spelled advantage to Lindsay. She felt like an alien life form under his intense scrutiny.
     "I'm your Mr. Copley. For now," he said, coming toward her from behind his desk. There was something in his tone of voice Lindsay didn't understand. "Call me Dean."
     Lindsay felt like a bobble-headed doll as she nodded. "Okay." 
     "Who are you, anyway?" 
     "I'm Lindsay Richardson, from St. Gregory's Elementary School." 
     When there was no response from him, she continued talking really fast, before he could tell her to leave. "We saw each other on Saturday. I was handing out leaflets about the church music group at the apartment complex. You're an owner there, and so's my sister. Don't you remember?"
     "No. What did I say?" 
     "You mentioned something about my timing being bad." 
     "One might say it's still true." He raised one eyebrow.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Special Sale for Valentine's Day!

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Thursday, January 23, 2014

GLORY of the HEART, Sterling Lakes Series Book Four is NOW Available

GLORY of the HEART, Book Four in the Sterling Lakes Series is now available at Writers-Exchange Publishing. Here is the link:

Today is an exciting day!

An inspirational romance set at Christmastime, GLORY of the HEART is a story of love, war, pain, loss and joy over two generations in Italy and the United States. Book Four in The Sterling Lakes Series, GLORY of the HEART releases today. Here is a recap of the story:

Perrin Marlowe, a war hero, has based his life on the ideals of his father and pursued a livelihood in the realm of stonework and masonry. Returning to Sterling Lakes, he finds the truth about his past.
CC Cogshell has started a new life in Sterling Lakes, but will that move lead her to places she never dreamed of going?

The ebook version releases today, and the print version will be available soon.

Leave me a comment and tell me what you think of the story, the series, the covers...I am interested in all your comments. One lucky visitor will win a free pdf copy of GLORY of the HEART.

Thank you for visiting my blog.

Monday, December 2, 2013

Blog Tour This Week!

This week, December 2-9th, I am delighted to participate in a blog tour thanks to the wonderful author Gail Pallotta. Thanks for inviting me, Gail! 

Here are a few questions and answers about what I'm up to these days. Leave me a comment and you'll be entered to win a pdf copy of GLORY OF THE HEART.

1. What are you working on right now?

I'm so excited to relate that I am finishing Book Five of the Sterling Lakes Series, REFLECTIONS OF THE HEART.This story reunites Cascade Preston with her sister, who went to a foster home when they were younger due to family problems. But it is a romance, too - so of course, there is a dashing hero :-). I am excited to share that Book Four, GLORY OF THE HEART, shown above, will be released very soon.

2. How does it differ from other works in its genre?

Overall, I think that my Inspirational romances are very grounded in reality and set in today's world. These are all good people dealing with big, bad issues. My focus is the character's inner faith and relationship with God, then compounded with their love for each other; it's always a love triangle -- but spiritual and physical! That is what propels my stories and I think this aspect really sets them apart.

3. Why do you write what you do?

Faith and love are integral to me, and a relationship with God is what makes life bearable when there are so many challenges. There is so much joy in a life filled with God's love, and the love of another is a gift to treasure. Spreading this message of hope and entertaining readers is something I strive for in my writing. This avenue sort of chose me, I couldn't NOT write this.

4. How does your writing process work?

Well, it's kind of like that song of Shakira's -- "Wherever, Whenever"! I'm always thinking and making notes, and then when I am ready, I start writing. I try to keep the rewrites to a minimum. My day job is as a writer, which is fortunate because I am  always operating on that 'writing mode' level. I try to do a least a chapter at a time when I write to keep the tone and the flow fluid.

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Monday, October 21, 2013

Love, Amish Style II: Author Diane Craver's New Release - JUDITH'S PLACE, Book 2, Dreams of Plain Daughters Series + GIVEAWAY

Welcome to Gina’s World of Good! This week it is an absolute delight to welcome the talented and successful author Diane Craver, who will share an excerpt from her newest novel, JUDITH'S PLACE, with us. JUDITH'S PLACE is Book 2 in her Dreams of Plain Daughters Series. A mother of six, Diane is a prolific author specializing in romance novels. JUDITH'S PLACE is an Amish romance, filled with heartwarming relationships, realistic details and fascinating cultural references. I know you will fine it a very gut book! 

Welcome, Diane, it is wonderful to have you visiting. Tell us a little about what you are working on.

I recently started writing Fleeting Hope, Book 3 for my Dreams of Plain Daughters Series. Jacob Weaver is in a buggy accident and in a coma. This reminds schoolteacher Ruth Yoder of her fiancĂ©’s death from a buggy accident. She wants to be supportive for Judith as she waits for Jacob to come out of his coma, but it’s not easy for Ruth. After years of being single, Ruth wonders if it’s time for her to have a second love.

Let’s talk about the book you’d like to promote today.  How did you come up with the title and where can we find it?

The funny thing is I used to have difficulty in choosing titles, but I haven’t with my Amish series. Judith’s Place came to me quickly when I decided to write the second book about Rachel’s younger sister.

Judith’s Place is available in ebook and soon will be available in print. 

Please give us a blurb and excerpt of JUDITH'S PLACE.
Judith Hershberger wonders what her life would have been like had she been born into an English family instead of an Amish one. Would she be  happier with the freedom to obtain more schooling as an English young woman instead of being limited to only an eighth grade Amish education?

In Judith’s Place, the second book in the Dreams of Plain Daughters Series, schoolteacher Judith Hershberger yearns to learn more despite the educational restriction imposed on her because of her Amish upbringing. Wanting more than an eighth grade education, she puts off joining the Amish faith. During her rumspringa, she’ll be able to obtain her high school diploma without being shunned. Her father is afraid Judith will leave their Amish community if she passes the GED test. He knows she’s unhappy that Amish women are expected to follow a certain path in life.

When a non-Amish college student, Eliza Dunbar, observes Judith in her classroom, a friendship between the two young women develops. Eliza gives Judith the nudge she needs to study for her GED test. Eliza wonders what it would be like to switch places with Judith to live a simple life without electricity and other modern conveniences. Judith envies Eliza because she is free to attend college.

Jacob Weaver finally gets the encourage to ask Judith to go with him to a Sunday singing. Like Judith, he wants to do something that isn’t allowed in their Plain community. Jacob wants to get his driver’s license so he can drive a truck to make the deliveries for the lumberyard. He needs to earn enough money to buy his own small farm. But even though it sounds plausible, Jacob feels stress with trying to learn to drive a truck instead of a buggy. Once he accomplishes this, Jacob plans to become baptized and join the Amish church. 

Will Judith decide to stay in her Amish community or will she decide leave in order to attend college? Will Judith’s friendship with Jacob influence her as she finds her place? 

As soon as Jacob returned to the lumberyard, his boss Mike asked, “How’d it go? Do you have a date?”
“Yep,” Jacob answered.
“Give me five.” Mike put his hand up in the air.
After slapping Mike’s hand, Jacob moved away quickly to start loading a truck for a shipment that was going to Milford, about a fifty-minute drive from Fields Corner. Mike was a talkative guy, and he didn’t want to be questioned about Judith. No need to tell his boss how Judith hesitated before saying yes to going sledding with him. It took him a long time to get courage to ask her. Now he wondered if he’d made a mistake. Did she think I’m not bright enough for her? She’s a scribe for the The Budget. Samuel said she hadn’t been courted so I thought she might be a little eager to go sledding with me. Maybe Judith doesn’t like sledding. No, that’s not it. She wasn’t sure about going with me. Although his confidence took a hit from her hesitation in saying yes, it couldn’t be all him. Judith wasn’t the first girl he’d asked out for the Sunday get-togethers.  A year ago he’d courted Leah Hostetler a few times, but she’d moved away before they could get serious about each other.
 “Hey, Jacob,” Mike yelled. “Have you ever thought of getting your driver’s license? It’d be a big help for me if you could drive some of the shipments.”
“Don’t you remember I’m Amish? I don’t think driving one of your big trucks would be the same as my buggy.” Mike appeared by his side so he stopped loading and wiped his sweaty forehead with his sleeve. You can’t miss Mike when he stands by you, Jacob thought. He’s a huge guy, even his neck is thick. But Mike blamed his large neck on wrestling. He’d wrestled while in high school and college in the heavyweight class.
 “You said during you rumspringa you could get your license. I didn’t know that you had joined your church.”
“I haven’t joined.” Leaning against the wagon of the truck, Jacob continued, “A few of my friends have gone together and bought a car so that’s why I mentioned getting my license. I’m not sure what my parents would do. They might ask me to move out.” He didn’t think his parents would tell him to leave home and might look the other way, but he wasn’t so sure about Judith’s daed. He’d been interested in Judith Hershberger for a long time. Baptized or not, he wanted to see what happened when he took Judith sledding. He hoped she’d want to see him again and if she did, he didn’t want to upset her daed by doing something English like driving a truck.
 “I don’t want to cause any problems for you with your folks but if you decide to get your license, let me know.”
Jacob grinned at Mike. “You’ll be the first to know. If I drive one of your trucks, you better have good insurance.”
Mike laughed. “No problem on the insurance.”
After the truck was filled with the lumber order, Jacob opened a Coke to drink. He needed the caffeine before cutting trestles. He hadn’t slept much last night, thinking about seeing Judith. He didn’t remember feeling this naerfich when he’d first asked Leah out. Maybe it was because Leah had attended the youth gatherings, so he’d talked to her a few times first before asking her for a date.
He fingered the cold Coke can while he couldn’t stop thinking about Judith. Sure, he knew her from their families being close, but she’d always been quiet when the Weavers and Hershbergers used to get together. Many times she’d go off with Katie when Samuel and Rachel were busy talking. And they hadn’t gotten together as much since Irene Hershberger passed on. Irene had been his mamm’s best friend. Now that Samuel and Rachel had married in November, they enjoyed visiting with Rachel’s brother, Peter and his wife, Ella.
Judith looked pretty in her blue dress with her bright blue eyes in a delicate face. She was the prettiest teacher Fields Corner Amish School ever had...probably not only the prettiest, but the smartest one too. Samuel told him that Judith had changed her mind about joining the church with Katie and Rachel because she wanted to study and get her her high school diploma. Why would she want to do that when she was Amish? She didn’t need more education to teach in their Amish school. Was she thinking about going elsewhere to teach? He hoped not. One thing for sure, I better think of interesting things to discuss with Judith on Sunday. I enjoy reading her letters in The Budget. That will be a good topic for us. I can also ask her about her scholars. She likes to read, but I haven’t read any books lately so that’s out.
With both of them not being baptized, he hoped Mr. Hershberger wouldn’t object if they started dating. They shouldn’t officially date until both were baptized, but Rachel wasn’t baptized when she dated Samuel. And they were just going sledding as friends, not as boyfriend and girlfriend. I’m getting way ahead of myself here. I just need to get through Sunday evening. I hope that Judith will want to spend more time with me, even though I don’t like to read. Hey, they say opposites attract.

If someone hasn't read any of your work, what book would you recommend they start with and why?

I’d probably recommend A Gift Forever because I have never received a bad review for it, and everyone seems to really love the characters and the storyline. It was previously published as A Christmas Gift so I’m hoping with the new title and cover, sales will continue year round instead of just during the holiday season. Readers have said it’s a great story for year round reading and several suggested I change the title. Because it’s based on a true childhood incident and a few other real experiences, it’s one of my favorites stories I have ever written.

Tell us about your summer vacation – this year, 2013 or perhaps in the past.

We decided to build a smaller house so we didn’t want to spend too much money on vacations. We’re trying to sell our old house so hopefully the right buyer will come along soon. We raised our six children in this house so we have some special memories from living here. This past summer we went to Amish country in Berlin, Ohio, for a couple of days and it was wonderful. But we had a longer vacation in August of 2011 for our 36th wedding anniversary. I finally convinced my husband to go on a cruise to the Bahamas. It was fantastic getting away and just enjoying ourselves for several days without any responsibilities. 

Do you belong to a writer’s group? Why or why not?

I belong to a group of talented authors. I was honored when Karen Wiesner invited me to join her Jewels of the Quill group. Here is the link for their amazing website:

Thanks for spending a bit of time with Gina’s World of Good!  Best wishes for your continued success.  Where can readers find you on the Web?

My website is I have excerpts for my books on my site so I hope everyone will visit. When I did my new website, I didn’t keep my old blog so I also have a new blog, Thank you so much, Gina, for having me on your lovely blog.

Leave a comment and you will be eligible to win a $10 Amazon Gift Card. 

Thank you for visiting, Diane ! Good luck with your new release, JUDITH'S PLACE, and please visit with me again soon. :-)