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Looking Out The Window: June Foster Talks About Her New Book, Dreams Deferred. Gives Away A Copy.

June will give away an e-Book of Dreams Deferred . To enter to win leave a comment and an email address. About Dreams Deferred Frances Matthew Hall is obedient to family tradition: all firstborn sons will serve as a priest. Now Matt officiates at St. Aloysius Catholic Church in San Antonio, Texas. But when on Easter Sunday, he notices a beautiful young woman who takes his breath away, he must fight against his attraction to her or leave the priesthood and alienate his entire family. Mary Louise Graham is a middle school teacher and devout catholic. Yet no amount of service to the community can ease the heavy load of guilt she carries. God can never forgive her unspeakable mistake. But when Father Matt tells her about a forgiving God through His son Jesus Christ, she's free. Only thing, the Godly priest now means more to her than he should. Can two people find their way to each other amidst insurmountable obstacles? Dreams Deferred is inspired by the author's gre

Looking Out The Window: Kathleen Neely Talks About Her Writing Journey And Her New Book, The Least of These. Gives Away A Copy

A Warm Welcome To Kathleen Neely Kathleen will give away either an eBook or a print book (U.S. Residents only for print). To enter to win leave a comment and an email address below. Many years ago, fresh out of college with my shiny new teaching certificate, I landed my first teaching position. Fourth grade. I walked around my empty classroom, the four walls that would be my domain for shaping young lives, and had a strange feeling. Me—a teacher?  How long until they all figure out that I’m out of my element, that I’m an imposter with no idea what I’m doing? Many years have passed since that fearsome first day. By the end of that school year, my confidence had grown and I settled into a career that I would love and eventually miss. Years later, my principal encouraged me to go into administration. I earned my principal’s certification and worked in leadership until my retirement. Today, I’m a writer. That truth took some time to solidify in my mind. When I began writing,

Looking Out The Window: Julie Cosgrove Talks About Fallen Leaf, The Second Book In Her Relatively Seeking Mysteries. Gives Away A PDF Copy.

A Warm Welcome to Julie Cosgrove Julie shares a thought-provoking devotional. She will give away a PDF copy of her newest book, Fallen Leaf.   The second book in the Relatively Seeking Mysteries finds thirty-something friends Jessica, Bailey, and Shannon solving yet another “skeleton in the family closet”. Hi Julie, lots of writers loved to read as children. How about you? If so, what did you read? I was an avid reader. I recall my mom and dad having a huge, white wardrobe in their bedroom and in one of the bottom drawers was a stack of Little Golden Books. I could pick one each night and then crawl up on her lap as we “read” it together. The Pokey Little Puppy and Grandpa Bunny-Bunny were my favorite. Once I got into school, we made weekly trips to the library. When I turned ten, I got my very own library card!  About that time, I discovered Mary Stewart, who is now deceased. She was a fabulous romantic suspense writer who set her books all over Europe. I

Looking Out The Window: American Christian Fiction Writers June New Releases

More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website . Contemporary Romance The Art of Rivers by Janet Ferguson -- Can a woman whose life has been damaged by addiction trust her heart to a man in recovery? (Contemporary Romance, Independently Published) Cross My Heart by Robin Lee Hatcher -- Horse rescue farmer Ashley helps Ben start an equine therapy barn on his great-great grandfather’s farm. When they consider a relationship together, her bitter experience with her opioid addict brother reins in any hope for a future with Ben, who is five years in recovery from alcoholism. Ben knows that with God, all things are possible—but will Ashley find it within herself to give love a chance? (Contemporary Romance from HarperCollins Christian Publishing) Risking Love by Toni Shiloh -- Nikki lives with a perfect trifecta of noes. No guys. No dates. No way. After years of keeping men at bay, Nikki Gordon has it down to a science