Every year, I donate a basket of goodies to be raffled off at the annual RT Booklovers Convention. To win, persons had to give their names and email addresses as a way for me to build my monthly newsletter list.
For those of you who are sniffing roses, moaning at the taste of chocolate covered strawberries melting in your mouth, or have misty eyes after opening your Valentine’s card, I interrupt your sentimental moment to wish you Happy Valentine’s Day.
Psalm 27:13-14: I had fainted, unless I had believed to see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Wait on the Lord: be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the Lord. I felt
I’ll admit there are a lot of things about my family history I don’t know. Imagine that, since I love researching my genealogy. While attending my aunt’s funeral last month, I was a surprised to learn that my relative was
Jesetta “Jet” Hutchens has issues. In Crowning Glory, Book 1 of the Restore My Soul series, the death of Jet’s sister leaves her with an unforgiving heart and a firestorm of anger. Jet needs Jesus, and handsome, single minister Rossi
First impressions can make or break a business deal and they definitely could be a relationship buster, but an ill-timed panic attack draws two strangers together. Unlike firefighters who run into danger, instincts tell businessman Tyson Graham to head the
Fashion consultant Sandra Nicholson catches the eye of pretty boy Raimond Mayfield whose priorities have evolved over the years to include God first, followed by his business and restoring broken relationships. As the pair get to know each other, they
Landon Thomas (In Defense of Love) brings a new definition to the word “prodigal,” as in prodigal son, brother or anything else imaginable. It’s a good thing that God’s love covers a multitude of sins, but He isn’t letting Landon
Last week, while attending the RT Booklovers Convention in Vegas, I chatted briefly with a publisher who I’ve known for years. Aware that I wrote Christian romance, she approached me about the latest trend in publishing: “sweet or clean romances.”
Usually, when we hear the phrase, “I’m a survivor,” we might equate that to beating cancer, escaping domestic violence, or perhaps, overcoming drug addiction. Here’s another one to add to the list, a spiritual survivor. When I saw this skit,