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Looking Out the Window: Read about Danielle Thorne's New Best-Selling Regency Romance, Proper Attire. She Shares a Beautiful Devotional and Gives Away a Smashwords e-book, Turtle Soup

A Warm Welcome to Danielle Thorne   Congratulations on her Best-Selling New Book! A Proper Attire is now available on amazon for 99 cents   Go to  to get a FREE Smashwords copy of Turtle Soup         If You Had Been There   A Devotional by Danielle Thorne   I love the stories in the New Testament. We learn so much about the life and mission of Jesus Christ and about His apostles, too. We learn how to apply the principles of the gospel to our lives as we study them.   One of my favorite scriptures comes from the New Testament, from my favorite Bible story where Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. The verse says: "And I am glad for your sakes that I was not there, to the intent ye may believe; nevertheless let us go unto him." (John 11:15)   You may wonder why such a nondescript verse is close to my heart. It is at the core of the story. Jesus knew Lazarus was ill; and when His disciples tried to hurry him toward Bet

Looking Out the Window: Linda Weaver Clarke Talks Mystery - Gives Away an e-book of Her Latest, The Shamrock Case.

    A Warm Welcome to Linda       Thanks for stopping by to discuss mysteries and The Shamrock Case . Ireland, what a great place to weave a story.     To enter to win Linda's e-book, leave a comment and an e-mail address below.       Enjoy A Romantic Cozy Mystery: The Shamrock Case There are many types of mysteries to choose from such as a cozy mystery, hard-boiled, soft-boiled, or the thriller. What is the difference? A cozy is an enjoyable story with a bit of humor. It can be slow paced but not boring by any means. The sleuth is always an intelligent and likeable woman. This genre is G-rated and focuses on the characters. A thriller has non-stop action and doesn’t let up until the climax of the story. The hard-boiled mystery has violence, plenty of action, and is R-rated. The soft-boiled mystery falls in the middle of the cozy and hard-boiled and has light humor. About the Amelia Moore Detective Series The Amelia Moore Detective Series

The Meet My Character Blog Tour

Meet My Character Sweet romance author Danielle Thorne has some thoughtful questions about my character, Margaret McWhorter, who is the heroine in Stopped Cold, an inspirational teen mystery. Before I tell you about Margaret (with her determination and loyalty to family and friends), let's talk a little about Danielle, who recommended I share more about Stopped Cold. Danielle Thorne freelanced for online and print magazines from 1998 through 2001, adding reviewing and editing to her resume. She has published poetry, short fiction and novels. Danielle is the author of sweet romantic adventure books, both historical and contemporary.   Other work has appeared with Espresso Fiction, Every Day Fiction, Arts and Prose Magazine, Mississippi Crow, The Nantahala Review, StorySouth, Bookideas, The Mid-West Review, and more. She won an Honorable Mention in Writer’s Digest’s 2006 annual writing competition and won the 2008 Awe-Struck Short Novel Contest. In 2009, Danielle won C