Welcome friends to another author interview! Today I would like to introduce to you Carelene Havel. Carlene Havel writes Christian-themed romances and historical novels. She has lived in Turkey, Republic of the Philippines, and numerous US states. After a career in human resources and software development, she began writing in 2005. The Havels live in Texas, surrounded… Continue reading Author Interview: Carlene Havel
Plots and Pans By Kelly Eileen Hake This one has been on my TBR pile for a while and I finally scrounged up an audio copy and enjoyed listening to it while a chaotic January had me disinfecting the house… over and over and over. Genre: Christian Historical Romance, Western, 1879 Overview of… Continue reading Plots and Pans by Kelly Eileen Hake
As I approach the end of editing my first book (EEK!!) I am looking to the next book. What will I write? Will I continue with the next book in the series? Or will I write a different series I already have in mind? Or should I begin something new and completely stand-alone? … Continue reading What to Write Next?
Welcome to a New Year and allow me to introduce you to a new author, Cynthia Roemer! I really enjoyed her debut novel Under This Same Sky. You can check out my review here, and read to the end to have your chance to win a signed copy! Cynthia Roemer is an award-winning inspirational writer with… Continue reading Author Interview: Cynthia Roemer
Time to add to that TBR pile! Yay! January 2018 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Her Handyman Hero by Lorraine Beatty — Reid Blackthorn arrives in Dover on a personal mission—to make sure his terminally ill brother gets a chance to… Continue reading ACFW January Releases
The first week of January is already almost behind us. How are you doing on your New Year’s Resolutions? I have moved away from making resolutions and have instead taken up the One Word idea (choosing one word to be my focus for this year). But that doesn’t mean I haven’t made goals for… Continue reading Reader Resolutions