Justice at Dawn by Valerie Massey Goree

Welcome back Valerie Tell us more about you.   What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? I have OCD tendencies, which impact my writing in a couple of ways. Each new novel is given a pocket folder where I keep info, details of the plot, or photographs...

Justice at Dawn by Valerie Massey Goree

Welcome Valerie to the blog. Valerie, tell us about you and your new book. In no more than Ten (10) words, what is the spiritual takeaway for your reader? God is not a Satellite system. We don’t get all the directions for our lives up front. We need to...

A favorite family activity with Karen Malley

My family spends a lot of time outdoors. Hiking is of our favorite things to do on vacation. God created so much beauty in the world and it’s easy to pass it by when you’re riding in a car checking messages on your phone. Hiking, especially up a mountain,...

Author interview with Izzy James

Welcome Izzy James  Tell us about you and your book. What is your writing schedule like? It’s not as regular as I think I would like. (I’m still exploring that thought.) Generally I prefer to write in the morning or late at night. And we are moving...

The Stains of the Past by Carol James

“So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.” John 8:36             My dog and I enjoy a walk most mornings in our city park on trails that run parallel to Camp Creek and meander through lush...

The Bounty Hunter’s Bride – Available Now!

Please welcome Janis Jakes Tell us about you and your book. What makes this book special to you? Many people face situations where shame and condemnation threaten to undo them. This book takes two people wounded by past decisions and moves them from a place of...

Serial Killers in Fiction – A blog by Jim O’Shea

A mysterious killer of thirty-something women with red hair is a key plot element of my new thriller Blood Sisters. In my research for the book, I debunked many common myths about these notorious criminals.    Many assume the typical serial killer...

Whodunits – A blog by Jim O’Shea

  I love Whodunits.    Although rarely successful, I've always embraced the challenge of trying to figure out who the murderer is before the famous detective. I suppose Agatha Christie is the most well-known writer in this genre, but other famous...

Identical Twins – A blog by Jim O’Shea

Identical twins are a key plot element in my newest thriller "Blood Sisters", and I learned a lot of fascinating facts about them while doing my research. Did you know that identical twins don't have the same fingerprints? Or that they typically...

Whitney’s Vow by Susan M. Baganz

Welcome Susan Tell us about you and your book. How did you come up with your title? I’m known for using alliteration in my other book series and wanted to make it simpler. Whitney’s Vow was initially Whitney’s Redemption. I wanted two words as the...

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