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Monthly Archives: September 2010
My guest today is Donita K Paul, an author who writes amazing fantasy, not an easy thing to do!Here’s Donita:“The heroine in the first two books of the Chiril Chronicles is Tipper Schope. In her early twenties, she has been … Continue reading
Chapter One of Queen of Hearts by K Dawn Byrd Daphne Dean traced the red hearts on the bottom of the calling card as a sense of foreboding rolled over her. She shrugged it off, hoping that there would be … Continue reading
Here’s the first page of Petra by Author T L Higley. Chapter 1 The streets of Rome lay barren and empty, sucked dry by the colossal Flavian Amphitheatre that had swallowed seventy-five thousand Roman citizens in a single gulp, and … Continue reading
Blurb for Letters in the Attic by Author DeAnna Julie Dodson! “Up in her grandmother’s attic in Stony Point, Maine, Annie Dawson finds a stack of old letters from her childhood friend Susan Morris. Annie remembers Susan fondly and would … Continue reading
Final Exposure by Roxanne Rustand My rating: 4 of 5 stars I just finished Roxanne Rustand’s Final Exposure, a Love Inspired Suspense novel. I loved her characters. It’s the classic story of a wounded hero, a caring heroine and a … Continue reading
Today’s first page is from my own September release, Shelter of Hope. Out of the clear blue August morning, danger barreled onto New Friends Street–without warning. Glancing over his shoulder, Marc Chambers saw the cement truck take the corner a … Continue reading
My guest today is Author Renee Ryan who visited not long ago. She’s back with another morsel of wisdom and another book to giveaway. Leave a comment and you will be entered in the drawing! Here’s Renee: “Lyn, thanks for … Continue reading
Formula for Danger by Camy Tang Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense Someone wants dermatologist Rachel Grant’s latest research, and they’ll do anything to get it. Including trashing the plants needed for her breakthrough scar-reducing cream—and trying to run Rachel down. … Continue reading
My guest today is Author Anita Higman who shares about forgiveness. Here’s Anita: “Over the years when people have wronged me sometimes forgiveness can feel impossible—as easy as crossing an ocean without a boat. One incident that comes to mind … Continue reading
First Page of the novella, “Once Upon a Christmas Eve,” from Love Finds You Under the Mistletoe by Author Anita Higman. “The people of Noel always said Holly Goodnight was like a rock tumbler–that she had a gift for smoothing … Continue reading