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Looking Out the Window: Mental Health Counselor Weaves Inspirational Romance about a War Veteran Amputee with PTSD. Connie Almony Tackles a Tough Problem Faced Today.

Connie will give away a print copy (U.S. Only) OR an e-book--winner's choice. To enter to win leave a comment and an e-mail address below. It's a pleasure to have Connie today. Please tell us a little about yourself. I am trained as a mental health counselor and though I no longer see clients, I still work at a Christian counseling facility. I’ve been married over twenty years to a man who inspires the mischievous banter of my hero and heroine. I also have two children who model the quirkiness of my more colorful characters. Lots of writers liked to read as children. Were you an avid reader as a child? What did you read? Okay, this is where all you avid-reading-child-people cringe … I watched WAY too much T.V. and read mostly non-fiction as a child. I know—it’s awful!!! But then I hit twenty, and found some books that interested me. Eventually, I started reading classic 19th century literature (I LOVE Jane Austin, George MacDonald and Charles Dickens) and finally

The Winner of Londonderry Dreaming

Thanks to everyone for visiting! It was difficult to choose a winner. This time I scrambled up names and picked. Hats and Horns... Congratulations...Janice! Come by on Monday, March 31st to read about Connie Almony's re-telling of Beauty and the Beast , At the Edge of a Dark Forest . See you then.

Looking Out the Window: Londonderry Dreaming, Pavlova, and an Irish Blessing--All from Christine Lindsay Plus a Give Away

  A warm welcome to Christine Lindsay! She'll give away an e-book of Londonderry Dreaming . To enter to win leave a comment and an e-mail address below.     A FAVORITE IRISH DESSERT THAT CAME FROM NEW ZEALAND by Christine Lindsay With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, I can’t think of anything more perfect than to share with you a dessert that I discovered in Ireland when I was visiting family there in 1988. The funny thing is, the dessert Pavlova originated in New Zealand. But Northern Ireland (the six counties in the northeast) is still a part of Great Britain to this day, so it’s only natural that a dessert from another British Commonwealth country should be one of their favorites. Writing the romance novella Londonderry Dreaming of the Passport to Romance line was such a hoot for me. Being born in N. Ireland, and all my relatives still living there, I simply had to write this book when I saw the call for submission by Pelican Books for a romance set

Looking Out the Window: June Foster Discusses Her New Book, Ryan's Father. Offers Give Away.

Welcome June Foster, a retired teacher with a BA in Education and a MA in counseling. June will give away an e-book of Ryan’s Father. To enter to win leave a comment and e-mail address below. It’s a pleasure to have you! Tell us about your latest book. The rippling influence of Ryan Reid’s immoral mother and absent father makes a mark on his soul leaving him to battle with same sex attraction. When the young school teacher accepts Christ in his life, he thinks he’ll be free though no amount of prayer changes him. Ryan rejects the lifestyle, yet in his heart he knows he’s committed the sin. Nurse Sandy Arrington still resides at home held captive by her secret fears. Her dream to be a wife and mother looks bleak. When Sandy falls in love with Ryan, he’s powerless to return her love. Can Ryan dig his way out to find the freedom to love Sandy? Can Sandy find release from her fears? That’s a tough subject. What inspired you to write this particular book? When I write my nov