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Looking Out The Window: Erin Lorence Introduces Dove Strong, The Heroine In The Dove Strong Trilogy. She'll Give Away An E-book.

A Warm Welcome To Erin Lorence To enter to win the  Dove Strong eBook leave a comment and an email address below. Hi Erin, First, tell us a little about yourself. Thanks for asking! I’m a 39-year-old wife, mother, and beagle-owner from Western Washington. My mom, who died a year ago, was a published author of over thirty nonfiction books, and she always held me to a high standard of writing. Oh boy, the fights we had over my English papers when I was a teen! I’m a Registered Nurse, although I stopped working at the hospitals since my daughters’ births, choosing instead to work mostly from home. I’m currently employed at my daughter’s local school as a lunch lady and as a part-time paraeducator, and I’m beginning to pursue my Master in Teaching. I love to take walks with my husband and prefer to read rather than watch TV or partake in social media—yes, I realize that sounds boring. I fell into writing about five years ago, and I’m still excited by it. Tell us about y

In Honor Of Those Who Died

This week-end we remember those who died to keep us free.  I'd love to know what you think about your freedom. Tell me and enter to win a Kindle copy of Hair Calamities and Hot Cash or Barely Above Water.   To enter to win the Kindle copy of Hair Calamities and Hot Cash OR Barely Above Water  leave your own comment and an email address or answer one or more of the following questions and include an email address. A winner will be chosen at random. What do the freedoms we enjoy in the United States mean to you? Which ones do you hold dear? What rights do you want to exercise because you have the freedom to do so? How would you feel if the freedom and these rights were taken from you? Have the United States citizens maintained the values the brave men and women died for in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam and the Middle East, so that they did not die in vain? How do you think the soldier who died for your rights would feel about the way you're usi

Looking Out The Window: Katie Clark Discusses Her New Book, Whispering Tower, And Some Of Her Favorite Things

A Warm Welcome to Katie Clark Katie will share a few of her favorite things and tell readers how to enter to win a PDF copy of her new book, Whispering Tower. Hi Katie, how fun to hear about your favorite things. Hi Gail, thanks for having me! I loved the idea of doing a “favorites” post. I have so many favorite things, and I am always singing the song from "The Sound Of Music" in my head! So, I’m going to share a list of some of my favorites . I’d love if your readers would join me! Share a few of your favorite things and leave an email address to enter to win a PDF copy of my newest book, Whispering Tower. Speaking of Whispering Tower , here’s a bit about it before we get to my list! “Stuck in London for one of her mom’s work trips, Skye Humphries can’t help holding a grudge when she ends up roped into a summer tour group with Philip-who-crushed-her-heart. But when Skye and Philip find themselves barreling through time after unsuspectingl

Looking In The Window: Re-release of Stopped Cold

Send a positive message into the stress-filled lives of teens living in a society that expects them to win! There's a huge difference in "be the best" and "do your best." Sometimes those who always win lose. Then what? You don't have to be #1 for God to love you. He's given each of us a gift or gifts to use for Him. About Stopped Cold, a Grace Awards Finalist Things aren't what they seem in peaceful Mistville, North Carolina. Margaret McWhorter enjoys a laid-back Freshman year in high school swimming and hanging out with friends—until the day her brother, Sean, suffers a stroke from taking steroids. Now he's lying unconscious in a hospital. Anger sets a fire for retribution inside her, and Margaret vows to make the criminals pay. Even the cop on the case can't stop her from investigating. Looking for justice, she convinces two friends, Jimmy and Emily to join her in a quest that takes them through a twisted, drug-fille


Honoring and Thanking All the Mothers! In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson officially made the second Sunday in May a day of  "public expression of our love and reverence for the mothers of our country." I am grateful beyond words for the wonderful Mother God gave me.

American Christian Fiction Writers May New Releases

More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website . Contemporary Romance: When Love Won't Wait by Roger E. Bruner -- Laugh at Pastor Dan’s impulsive efforts to get out of the ministry and marry a woman of his own choosing by going against his domineering widowed mother’s wishes. (Contemporary Romance, Independently Published) A Perfect Amish Match by Vannetta Chapman -- After three failed relationships, Amish bachelor Noah Graber would rather disappoint his parents than try again. But when matchmaker Olivia Mae Miller agrees to provide courting lessons, Noah’s perfect match becomes clear—it’s Olivia Mae herself! With ailing grandparents at home, she hadn’t planned on love or marriage. Might a future with Noah be everything she’s been missing? (Contemporary Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin]) Sing a New Song by Candee Fick -- Songbird Gloria Houghton has always needed to be the center of attention, but the spotl