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Looking Out The Window: Best-Selling, Award-Winning Author Nancy Mehl Talks About Dark Deception, Book Two In The Defenders Of Justice Series. Gives Away A Print Copy.

A Warm Welcome To Nancy Mehl Nancy will give away a print copy (U.S. residents only) of her latest book, Dark Deception , Book Two in her Defenders of Justice Series . To enter to win leave a comment and an email address below. She also shares one of her favorite Bible verses and a yummy recipe for peach cobbler. Favorite Scripture Now also when I am old and gray headed, O God, do not forsake me, Until I declare Your strength to this generation, Your power to everyone who is to come. Psalm 71:18 This is one of my favorite scriptures. I pray this almost every day that God would use me to declare His strength to this generation and His power to everyone who is to come. I believe books can leave behind a legacy after we’re gone. Not only do I pray that my books will touch those who read them now, while I’m alive, but even after I’m gone, they will point to the Lord of Lord and the King of Kings. What a blessing to be able to minister His love, His grace a

Looking Out the Window: DiAne Gates Talks About Twisted, Book Two in Her Young Adult Rodeo Series, Shares a Yummy Homemade Pizza Recipe, and Gives Away an Ebook.

A Warm Welcome to DiAne Gates DiAne will give away an ebook of Twisted. To enter to win please leave an answer to the following questions in a comment with an email address. The Questions Have you ever been to a rodeo? If so, what's your favorite part?  Good morning, Gail. Thank you for having me on your blog today.  It's my pleasure. Tell us what's happening with your books. What an exciting time this past month has been…experiencing the release of my second book of The Roped Series, TWISTED. My office is still buried in the clutter a release creates. I keep hoping the good housecleaning fairy will appear and sweep away the mess, but Crandall, Texas, doesn’t seem to be on her work list. Yet! LOL. I don't think Georgia's on her list either. Let's talk about your writing. When did you begin and why?  I must confess I was a slothful student, reluctant reader, but an active artist. Always drawing on everything, participating in deco

Looking Out the Window: Laura Hilton Introduces The Second Chance Brides Collection and Her Novella, Married By Mistake

A Warm Welcome to Laura V. Hilton Laura will give away a print copy of Second Chance Brides (USA only). To enter to win leave a comment below and an email address. Laura's an award-winning, sought-after author with almost twenty Amish, contemporary, and historical romances. When she’s not writing, she reviews books for her blogs, and writes devotionals for blog posts for Seriously Write and Putting on the New. Laura and her pastor-husband have five children and a hyper dog named Skye. They currently live in Arkansas. One son is in the U.S. Coast Guard. She is a pastor’s wife, and homeschools her two youngest children. When she’s not writing, Laura enjoys reading, and visiting lighthouses and waterfalls. Her favorite season is winter, her favorite holiday is Christmas. Hi Laura, Lots of writers enjoy reading as children. Were you an avid reader as a child? If so, what did you read?   Yes, yes, yes. I read everthing I could get my hands on, including cereal box

Looking Out the Window: Sarah Ruut Shares an Inspirational Devotional

A Warm Welcome to Sarah Ruut How to Heal the Problem that Separates Us As I walked down the hallway past my daughter’s bedroom door, I noticed the distinctive smell of a struck match. Curious what was going on (since she was probably one or two at the time and didn’t have access to matches), I pushed open her door. There in the middle of her floor sat her older brother, an open box of matches before him and one black-tipped match lying on the carpet. I tried to keep panic from my voice. “What are you doing?” “I wanted to see how these work.” Oh, my… I proceeded to explain—again—why we don’t play with matches. He acknowledged that the flame had startled him, and he’d dropped the match. And I swallowed my panic yet again to gently explain to him what could have happened when he dropped that match! (Thankfully, the flame died before the match hit the carpet.) His eyes grew huge as he realized what he might have caused, and my sweet preschooler said, “I’m sorry

Looking Out the Window: American Christian Fiction Writers August New Releases

August 2017 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website . Action/Adventure: Imperfect Lies by Elizabeth Noyes -- When another woman emerges from the past to claim Mallory Cameron's happily ever after, she cuts her losses and sets out to find a headline-worthy story to launch her journalism career. She embarks on a whirlwind journey that takes her across the United States, to the blue-green waters of the Caribbean, on to sunny Mexico, and deep into the dangerous parts of Africa where terror reigns. James Evers turned his back on a life of power and privilege to carve a place in the world for himself. Now that he's finally discovered his niche as a small-town sheriff and found the woman he wants in his future, a past indiscretion struts in on high heels and sends his newfound love fleeing headlong into peril. His mission: neutralize old enemies, defuse new threats, resolve past mistakes, settle famil