Greetings from Sarah Sundin! Today I have the joy of interviewing historical novelist Vickie McDonough, who is a bestselling author of more than fifty (!) novels and novellas! Vickie is also a long-time member of CAN, and you’ll enjoy what she has to share.
Welcome, Vickie! Please tell us about your book The Anonymous Bride.
1 Marshal. 3 Brides—no, make that 4.
A marshal confides to friends that he’d marry if he met the right woman. Soon, three mail-order brides arrive, each expecting to marry Luke Davis–but he didn’t order a bride. A friendly contest ensues to determine which gal is the best choice, but besides the three entries Luke expects, there’s a fourth—an anonymous entry.
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Welcome to the CAN blog. Davalynn Spencer here, visiting with author Molly Jebber about authorship and her featured book for today, Hannah’s Courage.
Molly, please give us a quick overview of your book.
Hannah’s Courage is the third book in my Amish Charm Bakery Series. Hannah Lapp fears she may have waited too long to tell Timothy Barkman she’s ready for courtship. Charlene Shetler intends to become Timothy’s fraa. But is the newcomer all that she seems? Hannah learns Charlene’s hiding something from Timothy he should know. Will Hannah run from this, or will she have the courage to tell Timothy the truth?
What do you hope readers will take away from this book?
That when your situation may seem impossible, God is powerful in all things. He can move mountains, and He cares about every little thing in our lives if we love and trust in Him. This story also shows no matter how big mistakes are, He’s a forgiving God. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin in chilly-for-us California! Today I have the joy of interviewing one of our newest CAN members, novelist Peggy Blann Phifer. Although Peggy never planned to become a writer and didn’t start until she was in her fifties, she has definitely made up for it since then!
Peggy, please tell us about your book, Somehow, Christmas Will Come.
Molly Dugan sets aside her life in St. Paul and flies to Las Vegas to help her brother Patrick deal with the loss of his wife in a boating accident. But once there, things are not what Molly expected, especially with Patrick’s motherless six-year-old daughter who fears Christmas won’t come with her mommy gone.
Peggy Blann Phifer
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Greetings from Marti Pieper in rainy and windy South Carolina! My husband and I are still adjusting to our new life here—and right now, we’re missing the warmth of Florida. Today, I want to bring some warmth to our CAN blog by introducing you to author Donna Schlachter. She has some delightful things to share with us about her newest book and more, so let’s get started!
Welcome, Donna! We’re so glad to have you here on the CAN blog. Will you tell us about your book, please?
Becky Campbell’s father is murdered. Zeke Graumann, a local rancher, might lose his land. Can Becky overcome her mistrust of Zeke, find her father’s killer, and turn her mine into a profitable venture? Will Zeke be forced to give up his dream in order to win Becky’s heart? Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin! Today I have the joy of interviewing one of our newest CAN members, dynamic author and speaker Rosalinda Rivera. You’ll love Rosalinda’s heart for Jesus and people!
Welcome, Rosalinda. Please ell us about your book, The Seductive Slayers of Success: Harness Your Strengths to Take Control of Your Destiny.
Using stories from her own life as well as Scripture, Rosalinda offers encouragement to help you kick the negative aspects of life to the curb and jump start your way to a brighter tomorrow. Like a close friend, she gives inspirational, down-to-earth advice with a dash of humor thrown in. Read More →