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Looking Out The Window: Linda Weaver Clarke Talks About Her Amelia Moore Mysteries. Gives Away An E-Book

A Warm Welcome to Linda Weaver Clarke Linda will give away an e-Book of the first collection. To enter to win leave an email address and a comment below. Hi Linda, tell us a little about each volume in your series. Thank you, Gail. First of all, the volumes in the series are available only as e-Books. However, each book can be ordered separately in paperback. Great. I can't wait to hear about them.   A Cozy Mystery Series In this mystery series, Amelia Moore is the founder of the Moore Detective Agency and specializes in missing persons. Her cases have taken her to some very interesting places and put her in some dangerous situations. With the help of Rick Bonito, her business is flourishing. This series is available as seven individual novels or as three volumes. In Amelia Moore Mysteries, Volume 1 , they travel to exotic places such as Bali Island in Indonesia, Ireland where she gets to kiss the Blarney Stone, and Mexico where she experienc

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Looking Out The Window: Emily Conrad Talks About Her Book, Justice. Gives Away An E-Book

A Warm Welcome to Emily Conrad Emily will give away an e-Book of Justice to a U.S. resident. Hi Emily, first, tell us a little about yourself. Hi! I’m Emily Conrad, and I write Christian romances. My husband and I own two rescue dogs—an elderly pit bull mix who is snoring peacefully as I type, and an energetic coonhound who’s keeping an eye on me in hopes of going for a walk. Lots of writers were avid readers as children. How about you? If so, what did you read? I was! Charlotte’s Web was a favorite. I also read pretty much any book for my age range that featured horses—the Misty of Chincoteague series and The Saddle Club books , among others. Why do you write? That’s an interesting question, because, for me, the answer has changed over the last five or six years. I write to explore what I believe and for the entertainment of stories. It’s always both of these, but depending on the manuscript, I find one “why” plays a bigger role than the other. At the time

Looking Out the Window: Susan Karsten Talks About Her New Book, Charlotte's Dilemma

A Warm Welcome to Susan Karsten Susan shares one of her favorite Bible verses and a recipe for spinach dip. To Nourish the Soul Ephesians 2:13 But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far off have been brought near by the blood of Christ. Ephesians 2:13 is one of my very favorites verses from the Bible. It really speaks to my own experience.This verse reveals how God in Christ draws His children to Himself, we are not saved by our own doing, but by His grace alone. He saves completely and all the way. To Whet Appetites For a favorite recipe, I've dug out my recipe for Spinach Dip. This has been popular for a long time, and many of you may already have this one, but, in that case, let it be a reminder of a rightfully popular dip. Very delish! 1 package chopped frozen spinach, thawed, rained, and squeezed 1 package Knorr vegetable soup mix 8 oz. sour cream 1 cup mayo 1 can water chestnuts, chopped Mix all ingredients!! This is often served in a bread b

Looking Out the Window: Bonnie Engstrom Talks about When Hearts Entwine. Gives Away a Print Copy and an E-Book

Bonnie and Taylor Mary Morgan A Warm Welcome to Bonnie Engstrom  Bonnie will gift an author-signed copy of When Hearts Entwine via USPS (right to your mailbox. U.S. residents only) and an eBook (right to your Kindle) ~ two winners! She asks, please, that the recipients post an honest review on Amazon. Goodreads would be awesome, too. She would love to know your thoughts. Really! To enter to win leave a comment and an email address below. Hi Bonnie, tell us a little about yourself. I wear two domestic hats, both super important to me. I am a wife to my psychologist husband, Dave ~ have been for almost 55 years ~ a real milestone for a shrink! Maybe we’ve hit the milestone because we are both only children, so fewer family dynamics than some of our shrink friends. Shrinky Dave and I have three children and six grandchildren, which brings me to my other domestic chapeau. I am a grandma! Actually, Grammy is my name. Fifteen years ago my friend Judy said, “Chose your na

American Christian Fiction Writers New May Releases

More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website . Children’s: The Edge of Everywhen by A.S. Mackey -- Begin with an ancient, mysterious, self-aware book. Add two heartbroken children, reeling from the loss of their mother. Mix in a cantankerous aunt, dreams that see the future, and a father trying to make his way home and you get "The Edge of Everywhen," a captivating tale of loss, hope, revelation, and unexplained mystery. "The Edge of Everywhen" is a book-lover’s book, a story of intrigue in which two children embark upon a life-changing journey of faith. (Middle Grade from B and H Publishing) Contemporary Romance: A Mother's Homecoming by Lisa Carter -- Charmed by the two-year-old twins in her toddler tumbling class, Maggie Arledge is shocked to learn they’re the children she gave up for adoption. And when Bridger Hollingsworth—the uncle caring for the boys—needs an emergency nanny, she fits th