I am so proud to announce that the third novel in my Neighbors Series, Long Lost Neighbors, has finally been released! And it became available on my birthday no less! What a great way to celebrate!

 

Long Lost Neighbors was so fun to write. There is actually quite a bit of truth about my life written within these pages so it was fun to relive some memories, as well as explore possibilities.

 

 

Here is what it’s all about: Continue reading “Introducing…”

Dragon Banner

Everyone has their secrets and Tayte, Agnes, and Noah are no exception. In Agnes’s home, though, those secrets—or dragons—might just tear them all apart. Part of the Kindle Scout competition, The Dragons of Alsace Farm, was hot and trending for four weeks before its launch. Find out why during this blog tour!

About the Book

Cover jpeg front onlyIn need of his own redemption, Noah Carter finally confronts his childhood hero, the once-beloved uncle who betrayed him. Instead of vengeance, he offers forgiveness, also granting Uncle John a most curious request—for Noah to work on the ramshackle farm of Agnes Deveraux Keller, a French WWII survivor with dementia.

Despite all Agnes has lost, she still has much to teach Noah. But the pair’s unique friendship is threatened when Tayte, Agnes’s estranged granddaughter, arrives to claim a woman whose circumstances and abilities are far different from those of the grandmother she once knew. Continue reading “Dragons, Anyone?”

Almost There BannerImagine with me a city. You’re almost there. It’s a city you’ve always wanted to go to. The [enter your favorite mode of transportation] is creeping ever closer. Then it stops. Almost there, but not quite. Laurel Garver is with us today to talk about her book, Almost There. Let’s see how many times we can use the title in different contexts.

About the Book

AT_coverParis, the City of Lights. To seventeen-year-old Dani Deane, it’s the Promised Land. Continue reading “Almost There”

To celebrate the release of book 2 in The Secret Keeper series, In the Dying Light, by Angela Carling, we are going to have some fun! In fact, at every stop in her blog tour, you’ll have a chance to enter to win her first two books and she’ll be talking about different people in history that really could have used a secret keeper.

Who comes to your mind first? Don’t tell me yet. First, Angela is going to give you the skinny on Secret Keepers:

Continue reading “Secret Keepers”

Look at this new Historical Christian Romance by Kari Trumbo!

Historical Christian Romance
Historical Christian Romance

Summary:

Rose dreamed of leaving the Sioux reservation in Santee, NE. Now, faced with the wide world, she must decide if she is truly ready to strike out on her own and take the risk. Continue reading “Forsaking All Others”

Murder Under the Magnolias by Charmain Zimmerman Brackett

The first full week in April means a blooming business for Grace Ward, Murder Under the Magnolias-01whose floral designs will be part of several parties with the major golf tournament in town. After the murder of a young woman with a mysterious tattoo, Grace finds herself in the middle of an investigation and wonders if these parties she’s helping with are actually fronts for something more sinister. Continue reading “Murder, Flowers, Mystery”

Today I have some exciting news! As you may or may not know, CreateSpace is one platform an author can use to publish their novels in paperback format. This is the service that I use because they are not only helpful, but they’re free. I think they do a pretty good job, too!

When I uploaded everything Continue reading “CreateSpace”

Welcome to March, everyone! If you’re like me, you’re wondering how in the world can it be March already!?!!? I can’t believe we are in the third month of 2016, and it seems with every new year that goes by, the faster time goes.

I’m not sure what your weather was like today, but it was snowing bad here in Michigan. Like they say, in like a lion, out like a lamb. So if this saying holds true, I can’t wait for the beautiful weather that’s just up ahead. Continue reading “March”