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Looking Out The Window: Reader's Favorite Award Winner Regina Andrews Talks About Her New Book, Act of Faith

A Warm Welcome to Regina Andrews To read the first chapter of Act of Faith click on the First Chapter link below. Hi Regina, Tell us a little about Act of Faith. First of all, thank you so much for hosting me on your wonderful blog! I am delighted to be here! It is so exciting to share Act of Faith with you and your readers. It is available now in paperback and ebook form on Amazon.  Act of Faith is actually book two in my Dunbar Falls series. The first book, In Good Faith, was released and received outstanding reviews. But I have deliberately written the series so that each book stands by itself and you do not have to read them in order.  More good news! Right now I am working on book three in the series called Leap of Faith. I am planning to have that one ready to release in the spring.  That's great, and it's my pleasure to host you! Lots of writers were avid readers as children. How about you? If so, tell us what you liked to read. I used to love to read dot-dot-dot and
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