An Interview with Listening to the Rain Author, Miriam Thor

Today, we welcome author, Miriam Thor to the blog. Let's get to know her and the characters she's created. Tell us about your hero and heroine. What makes them likable? Ally Griffin is headstrong and soft-hearted. She stands up for herself and those she cares...

A Message for “Listening to the Rain” Readers

Today we discover what message author Miriam Thor wants to convey to the readers of "Listening to the Rain", the latest YA release from Pelican Book Group. When someone reads Listening to the Rain, I hope to convey two main messages. The first is that God...

A Dim Hope by Katie Clark

Hello Katie Tell us about you and your new book.   What is your writing schedule like? My writing schedule is a lot more flexible than it used to be! I try to schedule in at least one or two days a week to write, but some weeks my writing gets put aside for other...

Ice Maiden’s Meltdown by Emily Grey

Welcome Emily to the blog How did you come up with your title? From the book itself Tell us about your hero and heroine. What makes them likeable? Beneath their scrappy personalities are warm, loving people How much of the book is based in real life? The funeral scene...

Ice Maiden’s Meltdown

by Emily Grey For so much of our lives, we deal with death. The couple in this story must overcome the tragic passing of their siblings. Along with that is the promise of their nephew’s young life going forward. Suzanne and Chase must set aside their own...

Angel of the L Train by Penelope Marzec

Welcome Penelope to the blog. How did you come up with your title? Initially, I titled the book Home Somewhere, which is rather bland but it fit with the story. However, my publisher, Nicola Martinez, asked me about changing the title to Angel of the L Train. I...

Angel of the L Train by Penelope Marzec

New from Penelope Marzec I wrote Angel of the L Train because I understand how important it is to forgive others. God offers his forgiveness to everyone and as Christians we are bound to offer forgiveness to others....

Redemption’s Hope by Kathleen D. Bailey

Welcome Kathleen to the blog. What is your writing schedule like? In flux What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? Hot Earl Grey tea in a china cup How did you come up with your title? The first two books had "Hope" in their titles, and...

How The Welcome Wagon rose from the ashes

By Jamie Adams   When I was in grade school my best friend lived down the street. (I’ll call her Anna) Anna was a year older than me and went to the middle school with my sister. Anna would come to our house before school to meet up with my sister. When the...

The Welcome Wagon by Jamie Adams

Welcome Jamie to the blog. How much of the book is based in real life? The setting of The Welcome Wagon is based on a town not far from where I live. The characters and story line are all a part of my imagination. But I do have twin daughters. They are adults...

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