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Looking Out the Window: June Foster Talks about Her New Book, Shares a Favorite Scripture Passage, and Gives Us a Yummy Recipe

JUNE FOSTER TALKS ABOUT HER NEW BOOK, GIVE US THIS DAY. SHE ALSO SHARES A BIBLE VERSE AND A YUMMY STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE RECIPE FOR THOSE WHO DON'T WANT TO OVERDO THE
SUGAR. I CAN'T WAIT TO TRY THIS RECIPE!
ABOUT JUNE'S BOOK

Jess Colton can earn a PHD in computer science but can’t manage his own life.
Raised by a doting mother and controlling father, Jess battles against his addictive nature. When Jesus comes into his life, he trades one addiction for another—food for alcohol. His doctor warns him of his poor health as his weight soared past 300 pounds. Jess is baffled when the beautiful Holly Harrison comes into his life and declares her affection for him. What could she possibly see in him?
 Holly Harrison has a past. But it catches up with her when she loses her leg and her unborn baby in one night as a result of a motorcycle accident. At this low point in her life, she finds strength through God and a relationship with Jesus Christ while she works as a dental hygienis…

Looking Out the Window: Deborah Malone Talks about Death in Dahlonega and her Writing Journey

Deborah will give away a copy of Death inDahlonega. To enter to win leave a comment and your email address. DEBORAH’S WRITING JOURNEY Gail, first let me thank you for having me as a guest on your blog. I like that you are doing something different. Now I just have to think of what I’m going to write. I guess I should start at the beginning. I’ve always loved to read. I think I came out of the womb reading. I remember going to the library at school and how I loved to look and smell – yes that is smell- the books.
     When I got a little older and started going to the big library downtown I thought I’d died and going to book heaven. I think I read every mystery they had. My love of books has not diminished over time. When I was about eleven or twelve, I remember thinking ‘oh I can write a book’ I did write about three or four pages, but never finished. I’ve learned it’s a little harder than it looks. LOL
     Although I continued my reading in adulthood I didn’t try my hand at writing u…

Looking Out the Window: Peggy Blann Phifer Talks about Her Creative Process and Her New Book, To See the Sun

Peggy will give away a gift certificate for an e-book that can be read on Kindle or Nook.
To enter to win leave a comment and your email address.
First, tell us a little about yourself.
My online profile reads: I am a called-to-serve writer; born again Child of The King; wife, mother, grandmother; foster-mom to a family of spoiled—but beautiful—Lynx Point Siamese cats.
But that really doesn’t define me these days, and I need to update it. Somewhere in there I need to include “Published Author” Need to work on that.
Congratulations on all counts. Many authors also like to read. Were you an avidreader as a child? If so, what did you read?
I devoured every book I could get my hands on. As a sufferer of childhood asthma, I spent many lonely days bed-ridden or on restricted activity. My teachers soon learned of my voracious reading appetite, so, along with my homework (brought home to me by my sister) my teachers started sending me books from the school library. I was reading at eighth-grad…