Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Summer vacation is here for the young people in our lives—which means summer reading! So this is the perfect time to chat with author Heather L.L. Fitzgerald, who writes fantasy novels for young adults. She has a fascinating way of incorporating bits of her real life into her fantasy world.
Heather L.L. Fitzgerald
Heather, tell us about your novel, The Genesis Tree (book 3 of The Tethered World Chronicles).
Deception is rampant, the enemy is subtle, and love dares to tug at Sadie’s heart amid the turmoil that forces her and her family back to the Tethered World below. Creatures from the Garden of Eden are in a battle of wits and might which may cost someone the ultimate price. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin in blistering hot California! Today I have the joy of chatting with multi-published novelist Lena Nelson Dooley. Lena is well known in the Christian writing world for how she gives back to writers through mentoring and through her excellent blog. I know you’ll enjoy our chat today!
Lena Nelson Dooley
Lena, welcome! Please tell us about your novel, A Heart’s Gift.
Because of an earlier betrayal, Franklin vows never to open his heart to another woman. But he desires an heir. Lorinda promises herself she will never allow a man to control her again. How can she provide for her infant son? A marriage of convenience seems perfect until two people from Franklin’s past endanger Lorinda. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today I have the joy of interviewing best-selling, award-winning novelist Davalynn Spencer! Since Davalynn conducts many of our interviews here on the CAN blog, it’s fun to turn the tables on her! Davalynn doesn’t just write about life on the frontier—this rodeo wife/rodeo mom lives it. Plus, she’s a whole lot of fun. I hope you enjoy our chat together.
Davalynn, please tell us about your new novel, An Improper Proposal (Front Range Brides–Book 1)—which releases today!
Widowed before she says “I do,” mail order bride Mae Ann Remington asks rancher Cade Parker to take her groom’s place and ends up a cattleman’s wife facing snakes, scoundrels, and second chances. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today we have the pleasure of chatting with multi-published, award-winning novelist Elizabeth Ludwig! Her mysteries and historical romances thrill her readers, and I know you’ll love getting to know her better.
Welcome, Elizabeth! Please tell us about your book, A Tempting Taste of Mystery.
Cheryl Cooper is excited when the town of Sugarcreek holds a pie contest fundraiser and she is invited to judge. But when contestants start dropping from the competition like flies and rumors of foul play arise, Cheryl is compelled to expose the culprit.
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Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today we have something new for you on the CAN blog. On Thursdays, we’ll be chatting with our members about their latest books and the writing life. We hope this feature will be enjoyable for readers, retailers, and librarians.
Roger E. Bruner
Kicking us off in our debut chat is Roger E. Bruner! Not only is Roger a novelist, but he’s also written over two hundred songs. A folk guitarist, he takes his songs on mission trips abroad—and to his local nursing home! So let’s have a chat with Mr. Bruner.
Roger, please tell us about your novel Rosa No-Name (intriguing title!)
Rosa leaves her tiny Mexican village a rejected, illiterate, pregnant sixteen-year-old and returns at twenty a mature, highly literate woman. But can she forgive the villagers for their former ill treatment and help them find a way to survive? And will she find the God she’s been seeking? Read More →