Character Spotlight ~ Kristy Cambron’s Sera & Adele Q&A with Ronie Kendig Julianna Deering: Inside Murder Mystery Writing & Giveaway Coming in early 2015 from Bethany House

Meet Team Zulu’s Keeley Shay

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Ronie Kendig’s OPERATION ZULU REDEMPTION serialisation is gripping readers everywhere! OVERKILL, COLLATERAL DAMAGE, and OUT OF NOWHERE are all available now, with Parts 3 and 4 to release over the next two weeks.  If you haven’t had the chance to meet the brilliant characters in Ronie’s series, then now’s your chance to catch up. Click on the links below to get to know the members of Team Zulu and their handlers with bios, pics, and more.

Annie

Teya

Nuala

Boone

Sam

Now, it’s my pleasure to introduce you to Keeley Shay – Zulu Five. If you’re up to date with

Introducing Sarah Loudin Thomas…and her FREE e-novella!

Sarah Loudin ThomasI love discovering new authors and I hope you do, too! Today I want you to meet the lovely Sarah Loudin Thomas whose debut novel, Miracle in a Dry Season, releases next month. I love the premise of Sarah’s stories, which I’ll let her explain to you…

Sarah: “My books feature characters who seem to have the ability to perform one of Jesus’s miracles. In the first book, Miracle in a Dry Season, it’s feeding the 5,000 and in the second, A Trail of Stones, it’s healing. Each novel tackles a Christian theme. The third manuscript, currently being revised,

Character Spotlight ~ Kristy Cambron’s Sera & Adele

Apologies for it being a little quiet here on the blog – some health issues put a little spanner in the works. All good now! I’m delighted to feature Kristy Cambron’s debut novel, today. I’m reading it at the moment and it is captivating and enchanting! I’m also working on forgiving her for not including Vladimir and William- ha!

Enjoy…

 

The Butterfly and the Violin

Meet a gallery owner and a violinist in

Kristy Cambron’s

Historical Romance

The Butterfly and the Violin

Thomas Nelson

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The Story

A mysterious painting breathes hope and beauty into the darkest corners of Auschwitz—and the loneliest hearts of

Q&A with Ronie Kendig

Out of NowhereRonie Kendig’s serialisation is really hotting up! I can’t recommend it enough – imagine a TV episode of 24 with words instead of pictures. ZULU makes for incredible reading – you don’t want to miss it!

Part 2 – OUT OF NOWHERE – has just released and the team is fighting for survival. Here’s the lowdown:

Zulu races around the world fighting for answers—and their lives! 

The remnant of the first all-female Special Forces team, Zulu, will do whatever it takes to determine what really happened that night five years ago—when a trap entangled the team in the deaths of

New Cover Art & Stories

NewReleases

So, I’m doing it a little differently today and not focusing on one publisher but giving you a list of upcoming books that have caught my eye!

I’m satisfying the romantic in me with some wedding stories from Rachel Hauck, Meg Moseley, and Lenora Worth. The Spring Brides trilogy is the bound version of the three of the Year of Weddings novellas that have been releasing digitally over the past months and of course, there is the third in Rachel’s Royal Weddings series to enjoy.

Amy Matayo is self publishing some fabulous authentic contemporary romance stories – Sway is her

Carol Cox: Pop Quiz with a giveaway

Carol Cox

Discover more about

Carol Cox

and her historical romance

Truth Be Told

Bethany House

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What was a favourite childhood book of yours?

My mom taught me to read at an early age, so books have always been a huge part of my life. When I was five years old, my dad brought home a book called The Happy Hollisters, the first title in a mystery series for kids. That story drew me in right away, and I didn’t want to put it down. Once I finished, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the next title…and …