Welcome, author Gail Pallotta

Gail is offering a special treat today – a kindle copy of her book Stopped Cold, and she’ll tell us the story behind the story for Stopped Cold. Read the article then scroll down to the comment section to enter the drawing. The Story Behind the Story There’s a huge difference in telling someone to “be the […]

Welcome, author Liz Tolsma

The Story behind The Pink Bonnet Between 1924 and 1950, Georgia Tann is reported to have stolen as many as 5000 children and sold them to the highest bidder. She was known to case the streets of Memphis in her black Cadillac looking for suitable children and snatching them from playgrounds or the sidewalk. She […]

Welcome, author Sherrinda Ketchersid

About the book:  Lady Jocelyn Ashburne suspects something is amiss at her family’s castle because her father ceases to write to her. When she overhears a plot to force her into vows—either to the church or a husband—she disguises herself and flees the convent in desperation to discover the truth. Malcolm Castillon of Berkham is […]

Welcome, author Betty Thomason Owens

Here’s the scoop on her new release: if you like historical romance, this is a must read.   About the book:  She’s waited too long. When Tom proposed last year, Annabelle wasn’t ready to open her heart to another man. Pain still held a thin crust around it. Time has healed her heart, but with […]

Welcome, author Kimberly Rose Johnson

I always love to hear how authors come up with their stories. Today Kimberly shares with us.   How Edge Of Truth Came To Be Romantic suspense is my very favorite genre to read. I love the mix of danger and romance and the thrill of trying to figure things out as the story progresses. Because I love […]

Welcome, author Mary Ball

About the book:    Everything Laurel believed about her childhood suddenly changed.   During her mother’s illness, Laurel discovers unsettling things from her past. She travels to the small town of Silver Springs, North Carolina to search for the truth.   Laurel arrives in town and senses people watching her every move. Even the easygoing […]

Welcome, author Gail Gaymer Martin

Shh. Here’s a secret. When I first began writing Christian romance, I picked up a book by a wonderful author named Gail Gaymer Martin. Gail might not know this, but her novels inspired me as well as educated me in the art of writing a romance. Then I read her “Writing the Christian Romance,” that […]

Welcome, author HL Wegley

“A terrifyingly real political thriller!” –Susan May Warren      This says it all! The Story Behind the Story  After tracking the reach of a few hundred of my posts and tweets, it didn’t take anything beyond the common sense of Forrest Gump to realize that much of what I posted on the Internet was […]

Welcome, author Joi Copeland

I love to hear the story behind the stories author’s create. Here’s Joi’s! One day, my niece, Faithe Long, called me up. She asked me if I would write a story about a dancer. My sweet eleven year old niece loves to dance and has for several years. How could I say no? Faith to […]

Welcome, author Laura Hilton

About the book:  He marries her out of need. She marries him to escape. What does love have to do with it?   When her father falsely accuses a stranger of dishonoring her, Bethel Eicher finds herself promised in marriage to a man she’s never met. Not exactly what Bethel has dreamed of, but since […]

Welcome, author Alice Arenz

After you read about Alice’s book, scroll to the bottom to check out the drawing for Dark of Night.  About the book:  Determined to get justice for the brutal murders of her parents twenty years ago, Kelsey Carol returns to the scene of the crime—Seaton, Missouri. But what she quickly learns is that every clue […]

Welcome, author Ann Malley

About the book:  Widowed too young, childless, and hurting for money, Leigh Ann Lacie leaves the city behind and travels back to her home town of Wild Horse, Montana. She hadn’t planned to bump into her high school sweetheart Frank Ferguson, now the famed Rodeo King. Fame is something she never wanted. It killed her […]