Here’s a lovely surprise ~ my blog has been nominated for Best Christian/Inspirational Blog for the 2008 Book Blogger Appreciation Week Awards!
I am one of 5 blogs nominated, including my dear friends, Deb at Books, Movies and Chinese Food and Deena at A Peek at my Bookshelf.
You are welcome to vote for me here if you feel so inclined – LOL! There are a lot of other categories too so it is a great way to find out about other book lovers.…
Given that my book club is discussing Marlo’s Beyond the Night this evening, a book I loved, I was excited to see the cover of the next in the series, If Tomorrow Never Comes.
The cover is beautiful!
A locket in the sand, a woman struggling with infertility, a marriage all but dead.
A story of love rebuilt. Of romance rekindled. Of faces that are more than a dream.
Releasing from Waterbrook Multnomah, March, 2009…
While her newest novel is Nothing But Trouble, there is nothing I enjoy more than a novel by Susie and this one looks like another gem!
Nothing But Trouble is the first in a new series set to release in February, 2009 from Tyndale ~ can’t wait!
Smart, intrepid PJ Sugar, wannabe PI, and all-around troublemaker has returned home to set right the rumors that drove her out of her hometown of Kellogg, MN, ten years ago. But not much has changed — well, except for her old beau/bad boy has turned into the local law. But PJ isn’t …
Life is all about straight neat lines and ordered predictability for Kate Lawrence, marriage guru and new author of Finding Mr-Right-for-You. Her celebrity status will hit new heights with her own beautifully orchestrated wedding with the media jostling for more of Dr Kate and her mystery groom.
Yet Kate’s personal and professional life is poised to take a devastating turn when her fiance calls off the wedding hours before the nuptials.
With Kate falling apart before his eyes, carpenter Lucas Wright’s unrequited love for Kate causes him to propose the ridiculous – that he step in as groom!
How can …
What is it about?
The Freeman children are no stranger to tragedy and hardship. Their mother has passed away and their father has been wrongfully imprisoned, for a crime that he didn’t commit. Each in their own way, the children work together and seek to make the best of things in post-depression, small-town circumstances. Eighteen year old Lanie has three suitors vying for her attention and hand in marriage, but she steadfastly remains loyal to her family and determines that her father must be released before she could consider her own future. Maeva sets out to find the one witness …