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

I am going on holidays…………..

Here’s a pic of where I will be…………..I hope to return having read many books :)

Here are a few I plan to read while sitting on the beach and review when I am back:~

Scoop by Rene Gutteridge

A Woman’s Place by Lynn Austin

Before I Wake by Dee Henderson

The Bachelor’s Bargain by Catherine Palmer

And a number of others for CFBA and FIRST day tours!

Take care…………..Rel

FIRST Day Tour of Hell in a Briefcase by Phil Little

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! It is January 1st, time for the FIRST Day Blog Tour! (Join our alliance! Click the button!) The FIRST day of every month we will feature an author and their latest book’s FIRST chapter!

I have a copy from the publicist to give away so please post a comment and you could win:)

This month’s feature author is:

Phil Little with Brad Whittington
and their book:
(A Matt Cooper Novel)

ELEVEN BRIEFCASES AND ONE UNLIKELY HERO…CAN MATT COOPER FIND ELEVEN NUCLEAR DEVICES AND HIS FAITH BEFORE DISASTER STRIKES?

With violence in the

Sands of Time by Susan May Warren

www.susanmaywarren.com

4 Stars

Susan May Warren’s sequel to In Sheep’s Clothing, the first in her Mission: Russia series, centres around Russian FSB officer, Roman Novick and American missionary doctor, Sarai Curtiss, both entangled in a murderous political coup and the theft of unused Russian uranium.

Both Roman and Sarai are nursing broken hearts from their failed relationship thirteen years ago. Sarai has since become a medical saviour to the families in Irkutsk, Siberia, opening a clinic to help the sick and share her faith. Her dedication to her cause places her in extreme danger when she fails to save

Christmas Joy

Wishing you all the joys of Christmas remembering Jesus’ birth and God’s plan of love and compassion – Happy Christmas!

Rel

10 of my top reads for 2006

I have enjoyed more than ten fantastic books this year so apologies to those authors I haven’t included in this post! Here is a selection of my favourites as the year draws to a close………………………..

Allah’s Fire by Chuck Holton and Gayle Roper

Castles in the Sand by Sally John

Coldwater Revival by Nancy Jo Jenkins

Everything’s Coming Up Josey by Susan May Warren

Freefall by Kristin Heitzmann

My Life as a Doormat by Rene Gutteridge

Reconstructing Natalie by Laura Jensen Walker

The Cubicle Next Door by Siri Mitchell

Valiant Hope by Donna Fleisher

When Crickets Cry by Charles Martin

Defiance by Don Brown

www.donbrownbooks.com

41/2 Stars

Don Brown’s consummate JAG advocate, Lieutenant Commander Zack Brewer returns in Defiance, the third book in the Navy Justice series.

Still grieving the loss of Diane Colcernian at the hands of extremists, Zack remains with the Navy seeking refuge from the public interest which arose from his previous legal achievements. He is unwittingly thrown into the spotlight again when his current trial is hijacked by US presidential hopeful, Senator Eleanor Claxton, seeking to garner support for her liberal views and label the trial as a witch hunt. At the same time Navy intelligence reveals Zack’s life