Love Stumbled In – Coming Soon

In the years of World War I and the flu epidemic that followed, American society and its people underwent profound changes. Carrie and her adopted family are not spared these changes and tragedies, yet what can they do but continue on the best way they can? As Carrie...

What’s the best vacation you ever experienced and why?

Until we camped on our honeymoon in the Black Hills in the seventies, my only jaunts away from home had been to 4-H camp and an aunt’s wedding in California. Leading up to our wedding in late July, the temps had been in the upper nineties with heat indices into...

Courting Country by LoRee Peery

Hello LoRee welcome. Let's chat.   How did you come up with your title? The concept of online dating has always intrigued me. Since I’m married and don’t believe I’d ever use one if I were single, I searched names of sites and made up one...

Following the Sparrows- Available Today!

Welcome Karen, tell us about your new release, Following the Sparrows. How much of the book is based in real life? Every author draws on their own life experiences, and that is true for me as well. Pine Springs is a fictional town, but I’ve spent most of my life...

Following the Sparrows and Finding God’s Will

Did you ever wish God would give you a sign showing you what you’re supposed to do? You’re certainly not alone. Gideon, in perhaps the most famous Biblical example of this, asked God to prove Himself by putting out a fleece – not once, but twice....

The Rebel Princess – Available Today!

Hello Katie Tell us about your new release. Tell us about your hero and heroine. What makes them likeable? The Rebel Princess picks up where The Rejected Princess left off, but we switch to seeing the stories of Prince Gregory and the Lady Merry Stern. Both of these...

Why Did I Write The Rebel Princess?

By Katie Clark The Rebel Princess picks up where The Rejected Princess left off. In this story, we get a peek into the lives of Princes Gregory of Chester’s Wake and Lady Merry Stern, ousted rebel of Dawson’s Edge. When I wrote The Rejected Princess, I...

Chatting with Carol Raj

Welcome Carol How did you come up with your title? I had a hard time with the title until I decided to start with the main character's name. Then the double meaning of the last three words seemed perfect. What is the hardest part about writing? For me, the hardest...
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