Linda Leigh Hargrove’s first novel, The Making of Isaac Hunt is a heart wrenching story of a man desperate to find where he really came from and who whose true family is. There is lots to think about in Linda’s stories so it is great to find out more about her characters here ~ enjoy!
Today the Christmas spotlight shines on…………………………………………Katrina, Dr Ringle and Molar
Christmas is the time for little gems of novels to make their presence felt and Kevin Alan Milne’s latest release, The Paper Bag Christmas, is such a gem. Kevin kindly provided background on all three of his major characters so enjoy the insight:~
CJ Darlington has tagged me to play this fun book meme.
Grab the book nearest you, turn to page 56 and go to the fifth sentence, typing that sentence and a few others around it.
For me it was a toss up as to which of the books that surround to pick up! The lucky book was Fireproof by Eric Wilson
Page 56, sentence 5:
“That sounded like surrender, like giving up. But who was Caleb fooling?”
Have fun! …
Fashioned by the hand of God and the rib of man, the first woman’s story was born, one of exquisite joy and crushing heartbreak that would forever shape the destiny of all humankind.
I have loved Beth White’s stories since reading her novella, The Trouble with Tommy, in the anthology, Sweet Delights. You will have to wait a little longer for Tommy’s spotlight but for now I have Beth’s latest leading man, Gabriel Laniere from her recent release, Redeeming Gabriel. Enjoy!
Gabriel Laniere, hero of Redeeming Gabriel, is half Creek Indian, half French-Canadian. He’s dark-complected, dark-eyed, with black hair. As the foster son of a blacksmith, he’s tall and strongly built. Think Michael Greyeyes…
Strengths and weaknesses
Having trained as a physician, Gabriel …
Tricia Goyer, a wife, mother, “Generation Xer” and author of 18 books including “Generation NeXt” series, “From Dust and Ashes,” “My Life UnScripted” and the children’s book, “10 Minutes to Showtime.” She won Historical Novel of the Year in 2005 and 2006 from ACFW, and was honored with the Writer of the Year award from Mt. Hermon Writer’s Conference in 2003. Goyer’s book “Life Interrupted” was a finalist for the Gold Medallion in 2005. In addition to her novels, Goyer writes non-fiction books and magazine articles for publications like Today’s Christian Woman and Focus on the Family. She is