FREE BOOKS!

I’m in the winter doldrums–even though we haven’t had much of a winter here in Ohio.  How about you? To beat the winter doldrums, I’m giving away FREE BOOKS! For a limited time, these books will be free on Amazon. Click on the link and get a free book–that’s all there is to it. NO STRINGS ATTACHED. But, of course, reviews are always appreciated–especially 5-star reviews!

 

ON THE WINGS OF A DOVE:  Kara Smith has the perfect life except for one thing—the voice.

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UNTIL DEATH DO US PART (Country Living Book 2): When Reggie vowed until death do us part, she had no idea how close she’d come!

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SPLIT: No matter how hard she tries, her life is one big gutter ball!

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DARK ALLEYS:  Homeless and alone, Tessa witnesses a murder–now he’s after her!

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THE CHRISTMAS ANGEL THIEF: She can’t go home—ever—if she wants to stay alive.

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The books will only be FREE for a few days so click on them now!

 

GOD BLESS & GOOD READING!

 

The Way of the Brave by Susan May Warren

Book Review

The Way of the Brave (Global Search and Rescue Book #1)

I was excited to read The Way of the Brave by Susan May Warren but… this book was not for me.

The story was good. The characters interesting.  Lots of tension. Great romance. The writing was even better!  So, why wasn’t this book a favorite for me?

Both characters are mountain climbers and the story revolves around mountain climbing. Susan May Warren does an amazing job of creating word pictures that got me right up on that mountain with them. And that’s the problem. I’m not an outdoorsy-type person. I have absolutely no interest in mountain climbing, whether it be on a mountain or in my armchair reading.  So unfortunately, this wasn’t a book that I particularly enjoyed but… if you’re more adventurous than me, it might be just the book you’re looking for. And it won’t stop me from reading another Susan May Warren book–she’s an awesome writer.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher for an unbiased review.

God Bless and Good Reading!

 

Collateral Damage by Lynette Eason

Book Review

 

Collateral Damage (Danger Never Sleeps Book #1)

I jumped at the chance to review COLLATERAL DAMAGE by Lynette Eason because she always does a great job. And Collateral Damage is no exception. She manages to weave romance and suspense with a great plot and wonderful characters.

In Collateral Damage, the hero and the heroine are truly heroes. Both have spent time on the battlefield in Afghanistan. Now that they’re back in the states, life should be safer. Not true in this story. As I read this story, I wondered if Ms. Eason had spent time on the battlefield herself. I don’t know the answer but if the answer’s no, then my respect for her writing has grown by leaps and bounds. With Collateral Damage, she’s brought the grit of war along with the heroes who fight every day for the principles that keep America strong. Can you tell that I loved this book?

This is a definite YES for me.

I was given this book by the publisher for an unbiased review.

God Bless & Good Reading!

 

 

 

There’s a New Blog in Town!

If you love Christian fiction (and I’m assuming you do), there’s a new blog in town! Modern Day Parables is all about Christian fiction and the people who write it! As well as about the readers who read it!

Check it out at MODERN DAY PARABLES.

If you enjoy reading about other authors and their books, not to mention giveaways, you’ll want to sign up to follow Modern Day Parables. I’ll be moving my interviews and book highlights over to that blog so you won’t be seeing them on this blog any longer.

Make sure you hop over to MODERN DAY PARABLES and sign up to follow the blog by email. If you sign up right now, you’ll be entered to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card!

GOD BLESS & GOOD READING!

 

Double Jeopardy by Donna Schlachter

Book Giveaway!

Donna lives in Denver with husband Patrick. She writes historical suspense under her own name, and contemporary suspense under her alter ego of Leeann Betts, and has been published more than 30 times in novellas and full-length novels. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Writers on the Rock, Sisters In Crime, and Christian Authors Network; facilitates a critique group; and teaches writing classes online and in person. Donna also ghostwrites, edits, and judges in writing contests. She loves history and research, and travels extensively for both.

You can connect with Donna at www.Facebook.com/DonnaschlachterAuthor.

About DOUBLE JEOPARDY:

Set in 1880, Becky Campbell leaves her wealthy New York lifestyle in search of her father, only to learn he was murdered in the small town of Silver Valley, Colorado. Unable to return to her mother in humiliation and defeat, she determines to fulfill her father’s dream—to make the Double Jeopardy profitable.

Zeke Graumann, a local rancher, is faced with a hard decision regarding his land and his dream. After several years of poor weather and low cattle prices, he will either have to take on a job to help pay his overhead expenses, or sell his land. He hires on with this Easterner for two reasons: he can’t turn his back on a damsel in distress. And he needs the money.

Becky isn’t certain Zeke is all he claims to be, and after a series of accidents at her mine, wonders if he isn’t behind it, trying to get her to sell out so he can take over.

Zeke finds many of Becky’s qualities admirable and fears he’s losing his heart to her charms, but also recognizes she was never cut out to be a rancher’s wife.

Can Becky overcome her mistrust of Zeke, find her father’s killer, and turn her mine into a profitable venture—before her mother arrives in town, thinking she’s coming for her daughter’s wedding? And will Zeke be forced to give up his dream and lose his land in order to win Becky’s heart?

 

Sounds like an interesting book, Donna. Thanks for sharing your story with my readers. Donna has generously offered to give away a copy of her book to one readers. Leave a comment to be entered in the contest. Winner will be chosen on January 11th.

 

God Bless & Good Reading!

 

 

 

Happy New Year!

I love the holidays but… it’s good to get back to normal.

I pray that this new year will bring you many blessings.

As for me, I have two books that will be releasing sometime this year. My publisher hasn’t given me the dates yet. One is SUFFER THE LITTLE CHILDREN. It’s actually the third book (and probably final) in the Puzzle House Trilogy. The other book is JANE DOE–a thriller with lots of action and suspense and a little romance.

In the meantime, I’m working on a new series. At the present time, the first title is MESSENGER. It’s set in a future America where all religion has been outlawed and even saying the name of God is a crime–punishable by death! This book is way out of the box from my usual writings so it’s taking longer to write than normal, but I’m having fun doing it.

How about you? What’s your plans for this year?

GOD BLESS & GOOD READING!