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Monday: Jan asked the timeless question: Should Christian Authors Write For Secular Readers? and the winner of an e-book copy of "The Case of the Artist's Mistake" is Kayla James!
Tuesday: Pepper confessed her life isn't all bubble-gum and ice cream with her post How Do You Manage The Crazy?
Wednesday: Debby shared some secrets to peace with Nine Steps From Fear To Freedom
Thursday: Winnie shared her secrets of keeping details straight in the books she writers. Keeping Up With Your Story World includes examples!! And the winner of a signed copy of Her Amish Patchwork Family is Terri Lynn Schump
Monday: Erica will have some advice on why deadlines are important!
Wednesday: Cate will be here to talk about the importance of place in our stories.
Thursday: Pam is our hostess today
Pre-orders are live for the final book in the
Thorndike & Swann Regency Mystery Series!
Winnie is excited to announce that she currently has two new releases up for preorder
HER AMISH PATCHWORK FAMILY
A former schoolteacher and a single father discover a second chance at friendship, family, and love.
Former Hope’s Haven schoolteacher, Martha Eicher, has always been the responsible one, putting her family first and caring for her widowed father and two younger sisters. But now they’re all happily married, and Martha isn’t sure where she fits in anymore . . . until she hears that Asher Lantz needs a nanny. Even though her childhood friendship with Asher ended abruptly years ago, when a misunderstanding drove a wedge between them, Martha offers her assistance.
Asher is also feeling adrift. As a single father to his niece and nephews, he struggles to balance his new family responsibilities with those on the farm and in his workshop. He’s grateful for Martha’s help, but worries things will always feel awkward with her. Yet before long, Asher realizes Martha is exactly what his family needs, and he can’t imagine his home without her.
Martha and Asher thought they were lost, but could they be right where they belong . . . together?
DISARMING HIS HEART
A sharpshooter hiding her identity. A preacher
with a guilty past. Will secrets ruin their shot at
Violet Taylor leads a double life. She’s the mysterious Masked Marvel, a
daring and commanding sharpshooter performing in a traveling show. But in real life she holds back and allows others to lead the
way. When an accident puts her arm in a sling she has to scramble to protect the
secret of her identity as the Masked Marvel. So she enlists the help of her
identical twin sister, a “townie” dressmaker, to secretly swap places until her
arm heals. But that means she must also take on her sister's role
as director of a children's church program. Before leaving, her sister
informs Violet that she’s sweet on Pastor Carson, the program’s co-director, so
she’d appreciate it if Violet doesn’t mess anything up with him.
Pastor Carson Davis became guardian to an orphaned nine-year-old
six months ago and has been struggling to building a relationship with the boy
ever since. It’s to the point where he’s begun to wonder if he’s even fit to be
a pastor. Could finding a wife and mother figure for his foster son be the
As Violet and Carson work together on the children’s program the
attraction between them grows. But mindful of her sister’s feelings and guilt
over her deception hold Violet back.
Little does she know that Carson is harboring secrets of his own…
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