Monthly Archives: October 2009

Author Kit Wilkinson & Protector’s Honor

My guest today is Love Inspired Author, Kit Wilkinson. Here’s Kit: “Protector’s Honor released last month with Love Inspired Suspense. It’s my first novel and really is perfect for Lyn’s blog since we’re talking Strong Women. Did you know that … Continue reading

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Quick Review of Mindy Starns Clark’s Book-Under the Cajun Moon

Under the Cajun Moon by Mindy Starns Clark My rating: 5 of 5 starsI absolutely LOVED Under the Cajun Moon. I loved the intertwining of the past and the present. I loved the setting and the characters. I could not … Continue reading

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Author Stephen Bly & His Strong Heroine

My guest today is the irrepressible Stephen Bly. I can’t resist a good Western, can you? Here’s Stephen: The Lady Who Lingered Too Long The working title for my new release was The Lady Who Lingered Too Long, to aim … Continue reading

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Book Monday-Author Cindy Woodsmall & The Sound of Sleigh Bells

Today’s book is another great Amish story. It might make a great Christmas gift for someone you love! The Sound of Sleigh Bells Beth Hertzler works alongside her beloved Aunt Lizzy in their dry goods store, and serving as contact … Continue reading

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LeAnn Harris & Her MASH Mom

LeAnn Harris, another Love Inspired Author, is my guest today. Here’s LeAnn: “The brave woman in my life I want to share with you is my mother. She is amazing. My mother was a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army and … Continue reading

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Author K.M. Weiland & Faith Enough

Author K. M. Weiland is my guest today. Here’s Katie: “Faith Enough: Hagar and Mairead When we think of the great women of faith in the Bible, it isn’t often that Hagar comes to mind. Her story is surprisingly brief, … Continue reading

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Book Monday-Author Susan Meissner & White Picket Fences

Readers of emotional dramas that are willing to explore the lies that families tell each other for protection and comfort will enjoy White Picket Fences. The novel is ideal for those who appreciate exploring questions like: what type of honesty … Continue reading

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I’m Blogging Today at Author Roxanne Rustand’s Blog

All Creatures Great and Small. Drop by the following link http://roxannerustand.blogspot.com/2009/10/author-lyn-cote-her-four-felines.html and read about my sweet cats and see a few photos of them. Hope it’s not snowing where you are. It is in northern Wisconsin!–Lyn Send to Kindle

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Author Allie Pleiter, Knitter & Mom

My guest today is a writer who exudes joie de vie, Allie Pleiter. Here’s Allie: “More than anything, it’s our choices that define us. So many times I’m awed by Christ’s choices–to stop and listen to one person when the … Continue reading

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Book Monday–Author Michael Angley, His Mom & His Book

My guest today is Author Mike Angley who has an interesting family story to share and he is especially proud of his award-winning book CHILD FINDER. Here’s Mike: “This story would not have been possible without the intervention of a … Continue reading

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