Angel in Disguise New convert Rosie Carson can’t understand why her church doesn’t do more to help the needy of San Antonio, the way the early church did–and decides to do something about it. Texas Ranger Owen Cooper, home recuperating from a wound, is recruited to investigate a series of petty thefts among church members. […]
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Here is the cover for my next novella, which is scheduled for release on April 1. It’s part of the xxx collection. It’s another retold fairy-tale. Puss ‘n Boots comes to life on the coast of Maine when Max Roy’s father leaves him nothing except the fishing shack they used during the summers and their […]
Finished at last! ALL ROADS LEAD HOME ALL ROADS LEADS TO … WAYNOKA, OKLAHOMA? One day Graceanne Willis was enjoying a softball game between the Waynoka Harvey Girls team and a team made of train engineers from the same depot. Then Charles Lindberg landed on the playing field and announced his plans make Waynoka the […]
Small-Town Bachelor The struggling single mom is doing her best to raise her three kids. But when her eldest son is caught skipping school, she needs help. Thankfully, truant officer Garrett Sawtelle is on her side. Soon Verity is turning more and more to the caring educator, who’s awakening tender feelings she can’t afford to […]
I’ve come down with a stomach virus that’s sapping all of my energy. I’m making myself keep up with the book that’s due on February 1st, but aside from that, letting myself recover.
Happy New Year! Do you choose a “word” for each year? I’ve been doing it in recent, and I’ve found it very helpful. My word for 2018 is “New.” I believe God is telling me that the new year will take me in exciting new directions. And that they won’t be anything I can predict. […]
Writing News this week: Brainstorming: God has given me so many blessings this week, including a fairly idea for a book unlike anything I’ve ever done before (totally different genre). The fact it occurred to me on Christmas day makes it feel like it was a gift from God and I should write it. I’m […]
God is now here. He’s always been here, but it’s the first and only time I’ve been 63 in December, and I feel the weight of the years. I’m like Anna in the temple, worshipping God and praising Him that now at last I see the fulfillment of His promise. He multiple the twelve years […]
All Roads Lead Home is with my professional editor for a final polish before we publish it in February. Check out another great cover from Cindy! I’m 73% of the way through Praying Through the Bible in a Year. I’m taking a month off from contracted fiction to finish a children’s book for my granddaughter. […]
Jacob’s Christmas Dream Becky Patterson escapes the stifling life at her father’s parsonage for an exciting life as a mail-order bride. . .only to learn her potential groom is a part-time preacher, Jake Underwood. Her dreams of working alongside Jake in his store stall when an itinerant preacher wants to ordain Jake as pastor of […]