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Looking out the Window: Linda Weaver Clarke Talks About the Willow Valley Historical Romance Series and the Holidays in Willow Valley Short Stories

A Warm Welcome to Linda Weaver Clarke

About Linda's Willow Valley Historical RomanceThe Willow Valley series has humor, adventure, romance, and mystery. Set in the 1800s, each book is family friendly for teens and adults.

About One Last Dance
The first book is One Last Dance, which will keep you guessing until the end of the book. In this historical romance, there is a mystery to solve.
Felicity Brooks is a talented watercolor artist but her career is cut short when her father passes away, so she travels home to care for her mother during this difficult time. When Felicity meets their charming new neighbor, a fine-looking bachelor, she soon discovers that he is hiding his true identity. Nicholas Adams is on a quest. But that is not all. When she finds out that someone is after a valuable heirloom…a precious treasure that her father discovered in his attic, her life takes a new turn. After realizing how much she misses her father, will one last dance heal her broken heart?

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Looking in the Window: God Bless American


I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Looking Out The Window: American Christian Fiction Writers New July Releases

More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website.

Contemporary Romance:

How Sweet It Is by Robin Lee Hatcher -- A businessman trying to reconnect with his brother returns to his hometown and rents the apartment where his great-great-grandparents lived during the late 1920s. He never suspects his attractive landlady, a struggling restaurant owner who works with women at a local shelter, is the one person who might help him reach his brother. (Contemporary Romance from HarperCollins Christian Publishing)

Love's Autumn Harvest by Patricia Lee -- A widow, a divorcee, and a widower find themselves in a love triangle that gets complicated as each one finds themselves drawn into the tangled web they weave. (Contemporary Romance from Mountain Brook Ink)

Ready to Trust by Tina Radcliffe -- Rancher Reece Rainbolt’s shocked to learn he’s inherited half of Claire Ballard’s family farm—and that he’s a father. Now Claire’s determined to break ties with the …

Looking Out The Window: Love Inspired Author Jennifer Slattery Talks About Her New Book, Building A Family. Gives Away A Copy.

A Warm Welcome to Jennifer Slattery
Jennifer will give away a print copy of Building a Family (U.S. Residents Only). To enter to win leave a comment and an email address below.

Hi Jennifer, first, tell us a little about yourself.

Oh, boy. This is a loaded question. So, do you want to know the strange, the hilarious, the boring and mundane …

I’m a mama and wife. I feel like those are my favorite realities. My daughter just got married this spring, and I’ve really enjoyed watching her and her husband grow. I feel like I’ve now got two kiddos to love on, and my heart is full! I write, serve in various capacities, drink way too much coffee (or perhaps I should say, heavily flavored almond milk seasoned with coffee), have a severe ice cream addiction, and love to read almost any genre that exists. And I love to podcast.

Were you an avid reader as a child? If so, what did you read?

I had an obsession with Shakespeare for a while. I’m not sure why, except perhaps due to an honors English teac…

Looking Out The Window: Clare Revell Talks About Down To Sleep, Book One In Her Say A Prayer Whodunit Crime Series. Gives Away An Arc.

A Warm Welcome to Clare Revell
To enter to win the arc of Down to Sleep leave a comment and an email address below.

Clare shares a yummy recipe and one of her favorite Bible verses.

To Nourish Our Sweet Tooth
Fruit Cake 
 6 ounces butter 6 ounces sugar 8 ounces self-raising flour 2 eggs 4 tablespoons milk
Cream butter and sugar. Beat in the eggs. Fold in the flour and milk. Pour into a lined tin Bake Gas 6/200C for 10 minutes, then Gas 3/160C for 1½ hours.
Use dried fruit of your choice.
This was originally Nanna’s fruit cake recipe. She passed it onto Mum, who gave it to me and now my daughters make it as well. We’d go visit Nanna and Grandad on a Saturday afternoon and she’d always be baking. Probably to avoid the TV sport in the other room :-)
To Soothe Our Souls
Bible Verse – 1 Peter 5:7
Cast all your cares upon Him, for He careth for you.
Thank you, Clare. Let's talk about your writing. Where do you get ideas for your books?
From all over the place. Sometimes, like with t…