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

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

Another first for Amy Wallace


Read the gripping first chapter of Amy Wallace’s Ransomed Dreams at the Defenders of Hope website and actually turn the pages online – very cool!

Don’t forget to register to win some great monthly prizes and a grand prize drawn in the New Year.

CFBA Blog Tour of Never Ceese by Sue Dent

This week the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance is doing a tour for Never Ceese by Sue Dent.

It is notable that Sue is one of our CFBA members!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Sue Dent was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi and currently resides in Ridgeland. When not writing, Sue designs websites and works with digital photograpy.Sue loves to hear from her fans through her Website in fact, the push from eager readers has already set the ball rolling, and she’s hard at work on Forever Richard, the sequel.In Never Ceese, Sue sets out to prove that faith

Cover Art for Courting Trouble by Deeanne Gist

Check out the great cover to Deeanne Gist’s third book,
Courting Trouble
, releasing in June 2007.

From Deeanne’s website, a sneak peek:-

Essie Spreckelmeyer, who turns thirty in 1895, decides she is through waiting on the Lord for a husband. So, she writes down the names of all the eligible bachelors in her small Texas town, makes a list of their attributes and drawbacks, closes her eyes, twirls her finger, and … picks one.

A Bride Most Begrudging by Deeanne Gist

www.deeannegist.com

41/2 Stars

Deeanne Gist’s first novel, A Bride Most Begrudging, is refreshing and entertaining in a genre where you may think you have read it all.

It’s 1643 and a ship arrives in the new colony of Virginia, filled with women known as “tobacco brides”, hoping to snare a husband and a chance for a new life…..except one Lady Constance Morrow, transported against her will and desperate to return to England.

After a humiliating experience as the brides were purchased, Constance finds herself at the home of Drew O’Connor, the only single man in Virginia who does not

Interview with Susan Meissner

My book club recently enjoyed an email interview with Susan Meissner
after reveiwing her book,
A Seahorse in the Thames. I have posted our Q & A’s below.


Qu: Which character do you identify with most, and why?

SM: Whenever I write a book in the first person, my main character is probably more like me than any other character in the book. I’ve never known the sorrows that Alexa has but if I did, and
I didn’t have God as my anchor, I would probably be just like her! Her responses to the troubles in her life are