What’s Up with My Blog?

You may have noticed that lately I have been hosting an assortment of authors on my blog. I’ve been hosting people like Jack Cavanaugh, Creston Mapes, Nicole O’Dell, Regina Jennings, and Catherine West. There are many more to come! Perhaps you think I’ve stopped writing and I’ve turned into the journalist I say I always wanted to be. Nope!Continue reading “What’s Up with My Blog?”

Inspiring Heroes Inspire Readers by Jack Cavanaugh

Today, I introduce you to Jack Cavanaugh, novelist extraordinaire. I met Jack in 2003 at the Christian Writers Guild Writing for the Soul writers conference. He was an instructor of one of the classes I took and I have never forgotten the things I learned there. He has the kindest nature and doesn’t mind answeringContinue reading “Inspiring Heroes Inspire Readers by Jack Cavanaugh”

Interview with Carrie Turansky, Author of A MAN TO TRUST (Love Inspired) COMMENT FOR A FREE GIVEAWAY!

It is my pleasure to feature Love Inspired author Carrie Turansky on my blog today. She is giving away a copy of her newest release, A Man to Trust. Answer the question at the end of the interview and leave your email address for a chance to win. We have to have at least ten commentsContinue reading “Interview with Carrie Turansky, Author of A MAN TO TRUST (Love Inspired) COMMENT FOR A FREE GIVEAWAY!”

Eileen Hinkle Rife – Second Chance

This week, I have the pleasure of hosting Eileen Hinkle Rife on my blog. She is another talented OakTara author and I’m very excited to share with you about her new book. THERE’S A GIVEAWAY THIS WEEK OF HER BOOK SO LEAVE A COMMENT AND YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS TO BE ENTERED IN THE DRAWING. WEContinue reading “Eileen Hinkle Rife – Second Chance”

Mavis Duke Hinton and THE DACHSHUND ESCAPADES

It is my pleasure to host Mavis Duke Hinton, a fellow OakTara author, and lover of dogs. This makes her one of my favorite people already! Mavis is a precious Godly woman and I know you will enjoy this interview and her books! Mavis, tell us a little about you and what makes you tick?Continue reading “Mavis Duke Hinton and THE DACHSHUND ESCAPADES”

Interview with Caleb Rocke, Christian Author of A Twilight in the Morning

It’s my pleasure to share with you an interview with a fellow OakTara author, Caleb Rocke. Caleb is the author of A Twilight in the Morning. Make sure and post some comments to show Caleb your interest in his book. He will be giving away a free copy so leave a comment with your email address below.Continue reading “Interview with Caleb Rocke, Christian Author of A Twilight in the Morning”

Book Review: A Murder Unseen by Rosie Cochran

Welsh-born Rosie Cochran, is one of my newest writer friends. She is a precious, Godly woman and a gifted writer who chooses to use her talent to further the Gospel. It is my pleasure to tell you a little more about Rosie and her books. Rosie and her husband, Matt, served as missionaries in Venezuela forContinue reading “Book Review: A Murder Unseen by Rosie Cochran”

To Dance Once More feature by Collette Scott

To Dance Once More is currently featured on Collette Scott’s blog. Please check it out. Meet Inspirational Author Sherri Wilson Johnson “I have had the great pleasure to speak with inspirational author, Sherri Wilson Johnson, about her darling romance, To Dance Once More. Sherri is a charming and talented author, whose descriptions will transport youContinue reading “To Dance Once More feature by Collette Scott”

The Hands Of A Woman: Everyday Women In Everyday Battles by Beth Jones

I was recently blessed by my friend, Beth Jones, with a wonderful review of my novel, To Dance Once More. So I asked Beth to send me one of her books to read and review. She sent me The Hands Of A Woman: Everyday Women In Everyday Battles. Wow! This book is amazing! Before IContinue reading “The Hands Of A Woman: Everyday Women In Everyday Battles by Beth Jones”

Yesterday’s Tomorrow by Catherine West

Catherine West is a friend of mine and fellow OakTara author. It is my pleasure to share with you her book, Yesterday’s Tomorrow. Yesterday’s Tomorrow Vietnam, 1967. Independent, career-driven journalist Kristin Taylor wants two things: to honor her father’s memory by becoming an award-winning overseas correspondent and to keep tabs on her only brother, Teddy,Continue reading “Yesterday’s Tomorrow by Catherine West”