Where God has the answers. That seemed to be the theme…
of my stories as I began the writing journey. But what were the questions?
In January 2010, I embarked on an exciting adventure of writing novels which feature characters, mostly Christian, who struggle with the common issues we all face in our daily lives. Anger, obesity, shop-a-holism, to name a few. Yes, each have questions but best of all they find answers which reflect Truth—
Recent Blog Posts
The Inn at Cranberry Cove won 1st place in the Selah Contest for Christian Writers, in the category, Romantic Suspense!
Reviews for The Inn at Cranberry Cove:
“What a great mystery. The author kept me guessing through the whole book. I really liked the characters. James drowned his grief in work. Ashton was determined to keep her aunt’s dream going. They both realized they were missing something when they had been away from church for a while and decided to return. Mayor Fernsby and Mrs. Babbage were also great characters. I loved the way this book turned out and would recommend it.” -Susan Johnson
“I applaud June Foster’s novel that is full of insight from her experience as a Christian counselor. This is an emotional, dramatic, wholesome novel that is based—not on biased assumptions—but on fact coming out of the successful treatment of wounded individuals through Christ-centered counsel. Brava, June Foster.”
“I was so excited to get the chance to read this story. I love family history and this being a retelling of the authors great grandparents romance was a sure book for me! I was raised Catholic and always questioned why priests and nuns had to take vows of celibacy….
I truly enjoyed Matt and Mary Louise’s love story!”
A Kiss Under the Mistletoe
“Mistaken identity, trying to keep secrets, learning to trust and have faith are just some of the powerful situations found in this great story by author June Foster. Each person in the story is on their own faith journey. Life can bring surprises in many ways, including learning how twins can be different and still have similarities. I enjoyed this story.”
“Out of pain and problems have come the sweetest songs, and the most gripping stories.”
But those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint.