Welcome, author Alexis Goring

Gotta say: I’m reading this book right now. June About the book: Wedding photographer Michelle Hadley has a passion for diversity and believes that love comes in all colors. So, she’s working hard to convince editors to feature her clients’ images on the covers of the mainstream bridal and wedding magazines. Despite having a career […]

Spotlight on Nike Chillemi

About the book: THAT SPECIAL ONE: New Adult, Contemporary Romantic Suspense   College freshman Ivy Chalmers moved in with her aunt and uncle in Arroyo, Texas. She needed to get away from her alcoholic and weed smoking mother.  Ivy longed for a different life than the revolving-door-men in her mom’s life. Making a one-eighty, she […]

Spotlight Shining on Donna Schlachter

About the book: Join the race from Missouri, across the plains and mountains to California and back again as brave Pony Express riders and their supporters along the route work to get mail across country in just ten days. It is an outstanding task in the years 1860 to 1861, and only a few are […]

Spotlight Shining on Author Jennifer Slattery

About the book:  On the verge of college graduation, Loni Parker seeks employment as a music teacher, but no one will hire her since she’s blind. Or so she thinks. To take her mind off her troubles, her roommate invites her to spring retreat at Camp Hope in the gorgeous North Carolina mountains.   Unbeknownst […]

Spotlight Shining on Author Linda Matchett

About the book: Set in April 1942, Under Fire tells the story of Ruth Brown whose sister Jane is declared dead. Convinced Jane is still alive, Ruth follows clues from their small New Hampshire town to war-torn London trying to find her. Discovering that Jane has been murdered results in a faith crisis for Ruth, […]

Confession Time

I don’t know about anyone else, but I generally feel insecure about writing fiction. For one thing, a little over eight years ago, I had never heard of plotting a novel, writing compelling dialogue, keeping a scene in one character’s POV, or critique partners. I didn’t pen my first fictional word until 2010, and I […]

Spotlight Shining on Cindy Huff

About the book:  Isabella Melinda Wilson has been squeezed into the music ministry model of her controlling husband’s making. Before she can leave him, he leaves her a guilt ridden widow. Her mother-in-law is no comfort and presses the guilt button at every turn. Isabella flees to her sister’s home in search of her own […]

Welcome Ginger Solomon

Meeting an author in person is a lot of fun. Especially when this writer lives a few miles north. Well, maybe about an hour’s drive. I’m blessed to share writing ideas with Ginger Solomon monthly at our North Alabama Writer’s Group as well. Ginger is the mother of seven children so I know she speaks […]

Welcome, Author Laura Hilton

About the book: After her fiancé dies in a buggy accident, Lydia Hershberger is invited to Jamesport to manage her Mennonite aunt’s gift store while her aunt and uncle are on a mission trip. While there, Lydia gets acquainted with her aentie’s best friend, Bethel Bontrager, and her grown son, Caleb. Lydia is surprised to […]