A woman’s worst nightmare turns into an opportunity for freedom for Maggie Anderson. Her spirit has been crushed by an abusive boyfriend and when a carjacking provides her with an escape, Maggie grabs it and finds herself in the small town of Clayburn, Kansas.
Clayburn is a close knit town but its inhabitants have their own struggles especially grieving widower, Trevor Ashlock and the kindhearted Bart and Wren Johanssen, owners of Wren’s Nest B & B. Maggie is welcomed by these people but will she ever find a home when the truth of her deception is revealed?
Deborah Raney has written a compelling story of Maggie’s efforts to escape her broken past as she struggles with fear and anxiety trying to create a life she feels is undeserved. The pacing of the book is gentle and the story develops slowly creating a small town feel and contrasting with Maggie’s frantic …
Okay, my Aussie readers you must visit author Donna Fleisher’s blog here and read her most recent post after a brave attempt tasting our wonderful spread, Vegemite, after I sent her some samples to satisfy her curiosity!
I am glad to say that although curiosity killed the cat, Donna has survived her experience – just!
While you are there check out Donna’s fantastic book trailers for her Homeland Heroes series. The final instalment, Standing Strong releases in October, 2007. I can’t wait …
Samantha McGregor has a special gift, a gift from God her dad used to say. This special gift is the gift of visions. Samantha had thought she had lost her gift, until she had a vision about a wild girl who loved to party and never followed the rules. She is Kayla Henderson and she needs some help because she is in big trouble.
Kayla Henderson has gone missing and everyone thinks she will be fine, after all this is something she would do. Samantha didn’t think much of it either, she just thought Kayla needed a break and would be back soon. Especially since she is constantly fighting with her parents and has been talking about meeting her online boyfriend.
Samantha doesn’t know what to do so she goes to Detective Ebony Hamilton, her fathers old colleague. Ebony and Sam now have to put the pieces of the p
This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Alliance
ONE STEP OVER THE BORDER(Center Street June 12, 2007)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Stephen Bly is a pastor, a mayor, an antique Winchester gun collector and a writer.
He’s mayor of a town of 308 in the mountains of Idaho, on the Nez Perce Indian Reservation. In his spare time, he pursues the three R’s of ridin’, ropin’ and rodeo…and construction of Broken Arrow Crossing, a false-front western village near his home.
That keeps him very western. And he collect old Winchester rifles, which reflects his love of historical accuracy. He’s also a fan of Jimmy Buffet music.
Stephen says about his writing, “I write about the West (historic or modern) from the inside. Born and raised on western ranches, I have both the heart and mind to describe things as they really were…and are. There are those …
Jim Hart of Bethany House Publishers is seeking participants for an interesting book cover survey and I think most of you would enjoy doing it – completing it also gives you a chance to win a new book (of your choice) from Bethany! Gotta love that!
Click here to do the survey then drop back and let me know which cover you liked best …
Reviews have been a bit slow in coming at Relz Reviewz lately due to winter illnesses so I thought a giveaway or two would brighten things up! Do not fear, books are being read so the reviews will be coming soon.
Post a comment on or before midnight on Friday 20th July to enter the draw (only if you have an Aussie postal address, please) to win a copy of:~
Tribulation House by Chris Well
The Root of all Evil by Brandt Dodson.
Lovers of suspense, intrigue and dry wit will enjoy these stories, especially men.…