See below for the winner of an e-book copy of both Lucette Nel’s books. A Match of Sorts by Lucette Nel Christmas is a time of year when I love to grab quick, sweet reads. There isn’t a whole lot of time to indulge in more than an hour or two of reading and A… Continue reading A Match of Sorts by Lucette Nel
I have fallen behind on my interviews, but I am back on track, and just in time for Christmas, I am here to introduce to you Lucette Nel, fabulous author of Historical Romances. Lucy Nel is a coffee addicted work-in-progress daughter of the Lord Almighty. She’s a mommy to a rambunctious toddler and wife to… Continue reading Author Interview: Lucette Nel
I pray today is filled with many blessings. I challenge you to count your blessings, not just for the good things but also the bad things. Below is my prayer for you. Dear Lord and Heavenly Father, We praise Your precious name for who You are. Our minds are incapable of fully understanding Your… Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
Under this Same Sky by Cynthia Roemer Under this Same Sky was a sweet romance that will forever stand out to me for it strong, real-life spiritual thread. Cynthia has done a masterful job in taking us through the faith struggle of Becky Hollister as she deals with the tragic loss of her Mother,… Continue reading Under this Same Sky by Cynthia Roemer
See the bottom for a quick announcement my writing journey. A Changed Agent by Tracey Lyons (#1 The Adirondack Pinkertons) This was a great break from the chaos of life and, for me, was easily read in a night, but I tend to binge read. As you may guess, I have a weak spot for… Continue reading A Changed Agent By Tracey Lyons
It has been a crazy month and I have missed a few posts and missed out on a month of author interviews, but I should be back on track this month. Next week I will share some exciting news, but until then, here are some great reads to pick up this month. November 2017 New… Continue reading ACFW November Releases
“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a person in possession of voices in their head, must be an author.” Okay, so not the most eloquent remastering of the Pride and Prejudice quote, but a truth all the same. Only for authors is it socially acceptable to be insane. If anyone else talked about hearing voices… Continue reading Writing Craft: Character Voice