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Looking Out The Window: Fifteen ACFW April New Releases

April 2017 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website . Contemporary Romance: Sandpiper Cove by Irene Hannon -- When a police chief and an ex-con join forces to keep a young man from falling into a life of crime, sparks fly. Given their backgrounds, it's not a promising match—but in Hope Harbor, anything is possible. (Contemporary Romance from Revell [Baker]) Oh Baby by Delia Latham -- Dawni Manors seeks peace in Angel Falls, Texas. What she finds is a cowboy, an abandoned infant, and emotional chaos. If the Heart's Haven angels really are there, what in the world are they thinking? (Contemporary Romance from White Rose Publishing [Pelican]) General: A Fragile Hope by Cynthia Ruchti -- Where does a relationship expert turn when his wife leaves him and carries a tiny heartbeat with her? (General from Abingdon Press) Waiting for Butterflies by Karen Sargent -- When tragedy

Looking Out the Window: Clash of the Titles Springtime Reads

Clash of the Titles presents four new springtime reads!  Peruse the images, read the blurbs,  then vote on your favorite in the survey.  I know which one is  my  favorite. Enjoy, dear readers! ~~~~~ He's a nature photographer returning to make amends, and she's a camera-shy naturalist seeking privacy. Their love for a boy brings them together, but the camera could drive them apart. ~ ~ ~ Lifestyle magazine editor Heather McAlister was in the wrong place at the wrong time, witnessing a crime that shakes the roots of the town’s power brokers and sends her life into a tailspin. Previously burned by love, Detective Kyle Taylor has spent his entire adult life protecting his hometown, but now he’s protecting a woman he’ll risk everything to save. ~ ~ ~ She’s ready to fly free of a life-long cocoon; he’s looking for anything but Raine. Can Paradise Pines find a miracle for two unwilling hearts? ~ ~ ~ When a homeless

Looking Out the Window: Misty Beller's Blog Tour For Her New Book, A Rocky Mountain Romance, And A Rafflecopter Giveaway

A Warm Welcome To Misty Beller And A Rocky Mountain Romance Blog Tour Misty will give away a reader's only gift basket chocked full of treats and sweets. To enter to win see below. Hi Misty, lots of writers loved to read as youngsters. How about you? If so, what types of books did you read?  Yes! If I wasn’t outside riding horses, I was inside reading. I almost memorized every book about horses our little small-town library owned—both fiction and non-fiction. Beyond that, I loved kids mysteries like the Mandy series by Lois Gladys Leopard.  Let's talk about your writing? Why do you write?  I’ve always loved to read, but it wasn’t until I put “Write a novel” at the top of my bucket list that I decided I needed to take the plunge. It was slow going as I learned about plotting and craft, but I quickly realized I love it! Writing is in my blood. It's my passion. A true gift from my Heavenly Father, and I pray daily that he uses the words for His purpose. H

Looking Out the Window: Alexis Goring Talks About Writing And Her New Book, A Second Chance

A Warm Welcome to Alexis Goring Hi Alexis, first, tell us a little about yourself. Alexis here! I’m a writer at heart and a journalist by profession. I love to interview people and learn from their life stories! I like to connect with creative people who are chefs, architects, writers, photographers, actors, and musicians. I’m passionate about storytelling that makes a difference, vegetarian East Indian and Filipino food, Barnes & Noble bookstore, PANERA’s Autumn Squash soup and French baguette with whipped butter, shopping at my favorite malls, writing, photography, Contemporary Christian/Gospel music and romantic comedy movies! Lots of writers loved to read as children. How about you? If so, what did you read? Yes! As a child, I loved reading the Berenstain Bears books. I spent most of my pre-teen summers and teenage years breezing through the Sweet Valley High book series. Let's talk about your writing. Why do you write? I write because I need to

Looking Out the Window: A Clash Of The Titles Interview With Judith Rolfs

This week we have a special treat! Author Judith Rolfs has been published in every genre. As an author and professional marriage and family counselor, Judith focuses on motivating people to live their best lives - emotionally, physically and spiritually. In her thirties, she researched the complexity of the natural world and moved from agnosticism to faith in God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Today, she talks about her latest novel, Never Tomorrow . Tell our readers about your new mystery novel Never Tomorrow. Thanks for asking. It’s like having a new baby - I welcome a chance to talk about Never Tomorrow after literally years in the writing. This is a powerful murder mystery, plus more - a psychological thriller that probes the marriage relationship, infidelity and forgiveness. I use my insights and experiences as a psychotherapist for three decades to instill deep emotions in my characters– the grieving, the loves, and the deep joys, that we all experience in real li

Looking Out the Window: ACFW March New Releases

More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website . Contemporary Romance: Reunion at Crane Lake by Robin Bayne -- Colt's memory is returning after the accident that ended his career. Now he wants to take over his family's inn, but he'll have to partner with his former fiancée to be able to afford it. He'll need forgiveness to make that happen. Tia's goal is clear: to return the inn to its former grandeur. And she'll even work with Colt to do so. But like the inn, their relationship needs a lot of work. He broke her heart...can she ever trust him again? (Contemporary Romance from White Rose Publishing [Pelican]) Hope by Fay Lamb -- She's a starving artist facing a serious illness; he's the doctor who's her only hope of survival. If only she hadn't caused his sister to die. (Contemporary Romance from Write Integrity Press) Muffins & Moonbeams by Elizabeth Maddrey -- Malachi