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 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 […]

Welcome, author Janet Ferguson

About the book: The Art of Rivers A Coastal Hearts Novel Rivers Sullivan bears both visible and invisible scars—those on her shoulder from a bullet wound and those on her heart from the loss of her fiancé during the same brutal attack. Not even her background as an art therapist can help her regain her […]

Welcome, Jennifer Hallmark

I’m so excited.  I have the privilege of hosting fellow Alabama authors two weeks in a row. Jennifer only lives 36 miles from me. After you read about Jennifer and her book, scroll to the bottom and enter the rafflecopter. About the book: Years ago, an accident robbed Jessie Smith’s mobility. It also stole her […]

Welcome author Kris Brown

About the book:  Patty Dalke has been through the worst. In an effort to reclaim her self-worth and faith, she heads to the quaint town of Abbotsford, Wisconsin. Arriving in Abbotsford, she begins to restore her broken spirit by doing what she loves, cooking. Patty opens a pizza place in a space she shares with […]

Welcome, Author Judythe Morgan

About the book:  After a hit-and-run accident leaves her mother confined to a special care facility, Darcy Clark abandons her dream of an art career to focus on the family’s struggling landscape business.   At-risk students from her old high school become the labor force on a city park project, and their teacher, Andy Fitzpatrick […]

Welcome, Author Kim Williams

About the book: Robbed more than once of what he desired from life, Ben Williams is disillusioned with his concept of fairness. The only person alive that matters to him is his son, but his work takes him from home, leaving someone else to parent the boy. The railman hides his resentment behind a facade […]

Author Spotlight on Jennifer Slattery

About the book:  She left belief behind…Yet this family could change her mind. With two boys to raise, a fledgling contracting business to run and a family ranch to keep afloat, widower Drake Owens finds his hands aren’t just full they’re overflowing. When Faith Nichols is hired to help him renovate the church, he’s drawn […]

Spotlight on author Bonita McCoy

I first met Bonita in person at an ACFW conference a couple of years ago. I had to ask her how she got her first name as it means “pretty” in Spanish. Indeed she is a very pretty and sweet woman.  About the book: Haden Sawyer, owner of Sawyer Construction, didn’t mean to lie to […]