Lisa Harris: The Writer & her Book (with giveaway) Engaged in Trouble by Jenny B. Jones Cover Reveal: Indie Novels coming soon Must Reads: Becky Wade and Katie Ganshert

Interview with Chuck Holton

Chuck Holton’s venture into fiction has been a great success with Allah’s Fire and the newly released Island Inferno, published by Multnomah.

Chuck served four years in the Elite 75th Ranger Regiment–the same unit profiled in the movie “Black Hawk Down.” Chuck saw combat in Panama in 1989. After leaving active duty, Chuck flew helicopters in the Wisconsin National Guard while attending the University of Wisconsin.
In 2004, after ten years as a stockbroker, Chuck left that profession to pursue full-time writing. At the same time, he began working as the adventure correspondent for CBN.

Today, Chuck, Connie, …

CFBA Blog Tour of Snitch by Rene Gutteridge

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance

is introducing

SNITCH
(The Occupational Hazards)
(WaterBrook Press May 15, 2007)
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Rene Gutteridge is the author of several novels, including Ghost Writer (Bethany House Publishers) The Boo Series (WaterBrook Press) and the Storm Series, (Tyndale House Publishers. She will release three novels in 2006: Storm Surge (Tyndale) My Life as a Doormat (WestBow Press, Women of Faith)Occupational Hazards Book #1: Scoop (WaterBrook Press).

She has also been published over thirty times as a playwright, best known for her Christian comedy sketches. She studied screenwriting under …

Loving Liza Jane by Sharlene MacLaren

School teachers are in demand in small towns across America in the late 1800’s and Little Hickman Creek, Kentucky is no exception. Eliza Jane Merriweather is determined to be the only teacher not scared away by the notorious Hogsworth twins and ruffian, Clement Bartel, despite the dire warnings given to her by her slovenly escort into town.

Farmer and widower, Benjamin Broughton willingly offers a little cottage on his property to the new teacher, thrilled that his inquisitive young daughter will have a woman to learn from. He simply doesn’t expect Miss Merriweather to be so bullheaded about her Independence,

CFBA Blog Tour of Defiant Heart by Tracey Bateman

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance

is introducing

Defiant Heart
(Avon Inspire May 8, 2007)
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Tracey Bateman lives in Missouri with her husband and four children. Their rural home provides a wonderful atmosphere for a writer’simagination to grow and produce characters, plots, and settings.

In 1994, with three children to raise, she and her husband agreed that she should go to college and earn a degree. In a freshman English class, her love for writing was rekindled, and she wrote a short story that she later turned into a book.

Her college career …

Return to Me by Robin Lee Hatcher

In this prodigal daughter story, Roxy Burke, leaves her hometown for the country music capital of the world, Nashville, Tennessee, with the talent and financial resources to make it big. Seven years on, Roxy is a burned out shell of a women who failed to invest in her music or make friends wisely and she has no choice but to return to her father and plead for his forgiveness.

Just as Roxy is making the decision to return home, her sister Elena’s dreams are coming true, newly engaged, treasured by her father as a daughter and valued partner in the

Blast from the Past ~ In Honor Bound by DeAnna Julie Dodson

I am planning to post once a month a “Blast from the Past” book review, choosing an old favourite of mine or one published prior to 2004. There are some wonderful books still available in stores or at Amazon and if you have missed them it may be worth seeking a copy out.

My first Blast from the Past is In Honor Bound, published in 1997 by Crossway Books, the first in DeAnna Julie Dodson’s medieval Chastelayne Trilogy.

Prince Philip’s first love is considered unacceptable to his father King Robert. When his scheming advisor Dunois contemplates the unthinkable, King