Author Renee Ryan & Courting the Enemy (& #bookgiveaway) — 9 Comments

  1. Yes, I love reading stories in this time setting. Besides the good reads, it is how I learn history. I did not like history in school with boring books, worksheets, and maps. As I discovered historical fiction, history has become interesting and I have learned so much.

    WWII . . . should always be of interest to us as so many of our great people, our heroes, gave so much during this time.

  2. I love historical books, no matter the time period but my favorites are the “western era 1800’s” , the Revolutionary War time and the WW II so Renee’s book fits right in! This book looks interresting and I will definitely have to look it up! You had an interesting interview with her!

  3. WWII stories were part of my childhood and continue to hold a fascination as a continuation of the Franco-Prussian War and WWI and a prelude to the Cold War, the Middle East crises, Viet Nam, and more. Always interested in meaningful books about that era. Please enter my name in the drawing.

  4. I have not read any of Renee’s books, but would love to. Sounds like my type of book….love the time period. Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks!!!

  5. Renee, Thanks for being my guest. I’m at the Am Christan Writers Conference this week and am seeing a lot of other LI authors. Blessings!

  6. good interview Lyn, thanks for sharing Ranee about your book, it looks like interesting read. I esp liked your comment about Simon Peter’s mother inlaw’s incident with Jesus, He can heal with just a touch so your story does not surprise me. I had not thought of this passage though and glad you shared it.
    I would like to be put in your drawing for book, Paula O(

  7. Oh, I love Renee’s writing. Her books are great! I really enjoy reading books set in an older time period too – anywhere from the 1950s until way back in the 1700 and 1800s.

  8. Good morning, Lyn. Thanks again for having me today. I’d love to hear what your fans think of WWII. I certainly love the time period, but does anyone else?


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