Lisa Wingate’s Before We Were Yours has an after story that will warm your soul.
Before and After tells the true-life tale of people finding family.
When I was a girl, I was so broken. Not to say at times now, I still crack a bit. However, I know the Maker can make me new again. No matter how totally I shatter. How did I do that? This might help explain it. My version is probably more emotional. But if you [read more…]
Beck Holiday lost her father on 9/11 and then lost her memories of him. She’s a tough New York City cop with a secret when she inherited a house and secrets that change her life forever. The past memories haven’t been forgotten by Bruno, a “you had me at Hello” sports agent. Woven into Beck [read more…]
I found Deeanne Gist’s book about two weeks ago, and now I’ve listened to almost all of the audio’s I could find. Love her work. Unlike most historical romance authors, who write of the rich and famous, Deeanne Gist weaves together the story of the average woman and the average man. Perhaps this is the [read more…]
As I’ve had more and more birthdays, it is becoming more difficult to choose my birthday person (BDP). Of course, my first birthday person was my mom after that my sister who led me to the Lord and then pastors and people who nurtured my spiritual walk. The problem is I will not live [read more…]
Ice hangs from the trees under a gray winter sky. A pain in my left side forces me back under the covers. I snuggle deep, knowing I should be scheduling author visits and book signings. I glance at my phone and see an email from Nepris. Then I remember–Nepris doesn’t care if I’m in my [read more…]
Karen Witemeyer has earned a place on my favorite author list. To Win Her Heart is a story of healing for Christians living in real-world experiences. Eden and Levi show us a story of redemption and heartfelt prayers. Levi could have let his hurt become hate. Most of us would if we had his scars. [read more…]
I love school visits. Since so many schools cannot afford author visits and as an author, I have to take off from writing, change out of my PJs and travel to a school. I still do that because I love kids. But due to the great work of the Nepris team, I can stay in [read more…]