The Champion of the January 2015 Clash


A hearty Thank You to the five excellent champions of the first Clash of the Champions in 2015. Some of them are new to us, and we always like to introduce new authors.

One of my favorite parts of being a hostess is to share some of the amazing and beautiful encouraging comments your readers make during the clash. Here are a few from both the survey and the post:

  • I’ve read several books by Pat Simmons, but her Guilty Series books touched my heart. The books in that series showed me the love and beauty of Missouri, at a time that I needed to know it was there.
  • Marian P Merritt is a wonderful author and I love her Cajun inspired books.
  • Susan Lyttek, you are an amazing and talented writer.
  • I Love everything Marian P. Merritt has written! She pulls me into the story and I feel like I am one of the characters.
  • Christmas Greetings is such a beautiful story! Thank you, Pat for allowing God to use and encourage others through His words…….C Lewis
  • These books all sound great!
  • Davalynn Spencer makes her fictional characters come alive in her stories! Genius!
  • You don’t shy away from life in your writing, Tammy Doherty. Keep it up!!
  • Davalynn, I loved your book, couldn’t put it down!
  • I can’t wait to read every one of these titles. They all look so amazing!
  • Looking forward to reading Plundered Christmas!
  • To Tammy Doherty, I would be wicked excited to read this.
  • Really nice cover, too, Marian Merritt.
  • Susan, your work continues to thrive, all for the Glory of God! I’m proud to know you, and can’t wait to read this one!
  • Pat keep doing what you do … Uplifting people through your writing … its a pleasure falling in love with your characters
  • Great series by Susan Lyttek!
  • Pat, I had planned to send you the same sentiment on your FB page! BTW, I downloaded ‘A Christian Christmas’ last month. Haven’t gotten to reading it yet (I made a huge TBR pile in December!!) but really looking forward to it. Blessings, my friend ūüėÄ
  • I love mysteries, and Plundered Christmas sounds fun.
  • Going to read The Snowbound Bride!
  • They’re all beautiful. It’s exciting to think how many hours of reading pleasure are wrapped up under those lovely covers!
  • It’s a pity you could choose only one of those books. If I could I would choose both ‘She’s mine’ and ‘Plundered Christmas’
Congratulations to
 
Tammy Doherty 
 
She’s¬†Mine
 
 
Caitlin
Harrington has a new job and a new life away from her menacing ex-boyfriend,
Adam. Issues with her parents, losing her previous job and the death of her
beloved grandmother leave her wondering if God has abandoned her. Two things
she is sure of: she’s a lousy judge of character and men just can’t be trusted.
Buy the Book:
$4.99 e-book
$14.99 Print
Tammy Doherty
writes Inspirational/Christian fiction. Her first three novels are Western
romances set in late 1800s Colorado. After completing this series, Tammy turned
to contemporary romantic suspense. The Mystique of Naultag series is set in a
small town in central Massachusetts very similar to the town where she grew
up. 
Tammy Doherty grew up in the family greenhouse business but decided to go into
an animal related career and became a veterinary technician. Her husband is
“The Perennial Guy,” so she’s back to being immersed in the plant
business. Currently, she works for a veterinary distribution company, selling
pharmaceuticals and supplies in the Northeast. Tammy shares a blog with
critique partner Nike Chillemi. There you can find information about the world
of writing along with personal interest articles. Yes, writers have lives too.
They just need to be reminded of that sometimes! Visit the
blog and here to learn more about life in small town
Massachusetts Рthe setting of her current works. 
Learn more about Tammy on her website.
Some Amazon Reviews:
Verified
Purchase
This review is
from:¬†She’s Mine: A Mystique of Naultag novel (Kindle Edition)
I read this book
in 2 days. I usually avoid romance novels as I find them to be boring. However
this book was fast paced and full of enough action to keep my interest all the
way to the end. I also enjoyed reading about places and events of the local
area which I could recognize throughout the novel. Excellent job Tammy!
Connie
L. Winters
¬†(Central MA, USA) –¬†See
all my reviews

This review is
from:¬†She’s Mine: A Mystique of Naultag novel (Kindle Edition)
Did I want to stay
up until 2 am reading? NO! But the book was too good to put down. Highly
recommend.
5.0 out of 5
stars Classical Mystery/Modern Energy, December 1, 2014

 

 

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