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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Here’s an excerpt from Her Healing Ways, final book in the Gabriel Sisters series. Now we find how Dr. Mercy decided to help Sunny. Epilogue In early December, the town far to the east with the nearest railroad station was … Continue reading
Amazon.com Widgets My last series for Love Inspired Historical was the “Gabriel Sisters,” a series of three Quaker sisters who were trying to bind up the wounds of the nation after the Civil War. Perhaps you read Her Captain’s … Continue reading
My guest today is suspense author Susan Sleeman. She has a question that sounds simple but is it? Here’s Susan: “Are you a planner? I’m a careful planner, and I analyze everything from every conceivable direction before making a decision. … Continue reading
My guest today is author Tamera Alexander who writes BIG historicals in the grand tradition. I’m in the midst of reading her latest, To Whisper Her Name. And finding it a compelling tension-filled read. Here’s Tamera: “Growing up in Atlanta … Continue reading
My guest today is M.C. Walker, daughter to Conrad N. Walker,who was my guest last week with his book Leapin’ Deacon. Today she tells us about her edgy inspirational title, Blood Son. Here’s Miriam or M.C.” “Why I Wrote an … Continue reading
To purchase, click here. The Leapin’ Deacon: The Soldier’s Chaplain My guest today is a daughter Author MC Walker speaking for her father, Chaplain Conrad N Walker. Here’s the scoop: “Thank you, Lyn, for the opportunity to share with … Continue reading