A Chat with Author Eddie Jones

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Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today I’m “traveling” to the other coast to chat with Eddie Jones, who writes award-winning novels for teens and tweens. And occasionally speaks Pirate. Welcome, Eddie! Please tell us about your book Medium Well Done. When a young woman goes missing, Nick is forced into an unlikely partnership with local police. As he uncovers the facts, Nick discovers a world of darkness where a fake fortuneteller deceives clients for profit. What he learns is worse than any lies a fake psychic passes off as truth. What inspired you to write this book? Racism within…

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A Chat with Author Lorraine Bossé-Smith

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Welcome, readers. Davalynn Spencer here, inviting you to sit back and enjoy today’s interview with author Lorraine Bossé-Smith. Lorraine, give us the back-cover copy for your featured book, Defy Your Diagnosis: Overcome Any Obstacle with the FIT Life Formula. Facing an adversity? Been knocked down? Hurting beyond words? Are you prayed out? You aren’t alone! Lorraine Bossé-Smith has been there. With her FIT Life Formula, get ready to change crisis into creative opportunities, convert defeats into successes, turn frustration into fulfillment, and transform victimhood to victory! Wow, Lorraine  – I love “change crisis into creative opportunities.” Could that very challenge…

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A Chat with Author Bonnie Leon

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Greetings from Sarah Sundin! Today I have the joy of interviewing prolific and popular novelist Bonnie Leon—this is an extra joy for me because Bonnie has been one of my critique partners. Today Bonnie is sharing about her latest historical novel, Valley Melodies! Welcome, Bonnie! Please tell us about Valley Melodies. Emmalin Hammond decides the Oregon Territory is not the place for her and chooses to return to her Philadelphia home. Jacob Landon has other ideas and asks her to marry him. Emmalin can’t say no and tries to convince herself she’s capable of stepping into the role of pioneer…

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A Chat with Author Tara Taffera

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Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today I have the joy of interviewing one of the newest members of CAN, novelist Tara Taffera. Tara’s sharing about her third contemporary romance, Love Reunited. Welcome, Tara! Please tell us about Love Reunited. Elizabeth turns heads but has never moved on from Tyler. Ten years later, he crashes back in her life, but she can’t forgive him for the order he issued all those years ago. Slowly, a high school romance turns into more, but her secrets threaten to ruin their second chance. A second-chance romance—what fun! What do you hope readers will…

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A Chat with Author Anne Greene

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Greetings from summery Colorado! Davalynn Spencer here, introducing author Anne Greene and Trail of Tears – the Story of John Ross. Welcome, Anne. Please tell us a little about your book. Trail of Tears relives a heartrending chapter in American history as the U.S. Government relocates the self-governing, Cherokee nation from their ancestral homeland to hostile Indian Territory. The Georgia militia forces John Ross, a wealthy landowner with Cherokee ancestors, to make the thousand-mile trek. Caught between the love of two beautiful women, which will he choose, and will any of them survive? Did anything in particular inspire you to…

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A Chat with Author Sandra Orchard

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Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today I have the honor of interviewing Sandra Orchard, who is celebrating the release of her 25th book! She has a special treat for us, so make sure you read all the way to the end. Welcome, Sandra! Please tell us about your book, Boughs of Folly. Jillian Green’s holiday cheer nosedives when her great aunt’s friend, Herbert, is killed while helping them decorate for a fundraiser. But the case is more tangled than a strand of twinkle lights, and if Jillian can’t uncover the killer, Herbert’s night might not be the only one…

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A Chat with Author Jolene Stratton Philo

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Greetings from “June is Bustin’ Out All Over” Seneca, South Carolina! I am enjoying my yard and flowers as well as the opportunity to introduce you to a book and an author I know you’ll enjoy too! Welcome, Jolene Philo, to the CAN blog! Please tell us about your book. When Jane accepts a teaching job in a tiny South Dakota town and learns that a hit-and-run driver left a woman for dead, her own mother begs her to come home. Jane won’t let go of her new life, choosing instead to find the killer and seek justice. Wow! What…

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A Chat with Author Davalynn Spencer

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Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today I have the joy of turning the tables on one of our wonderful interviewers for the CAN blog—Davalynn Spencer—and interview her for a change! In addition to being a bestselling, award-winning, multi-published novelist, Davalynn is an amazing friend—and she also writes nonfiction! Welcome, Davalynn! Tell us about your new book, Always Before Me – 90 Story-Devotions for Women. Busy women often long for God’s peace in their hectic schedules. Always Before Me provides ninety story-devotions showing how God uses ordinary circumstances to carry His extraordinary voice straight to our heart. The final chapter…

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A Chat with Author Cynthia L. Simmons

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Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today I have the joy of interviewing Cynthia L. Simmons, nonfiction author, novelist, and speaker! Cynthia is sharing today about her latest novel. Welcome, Cynthia! Please tell us about your book, Reflecting Gold. Peter and Mary Beth Chandler kept their Confederate bank on the gold standard. However, a Confederate officer asked for a loan and insisted on repaying in Confederate bank notes not backed by gold. If they refuse, he will label them traitors. Should the Chandlers change their loan requirements and risk losing the bank? What is the primary focus of your book?…

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A Chat with Author Kathleen Rouser

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Davalynn Spencer here, welcoming author Kathleen Rouser with her historical romance, Secrets and Wishes, set in Stone Creek, Michigan, in 1901. Kathleen, please give us a brief overview of the story. Widowed Maggie Galloway and Thomas Harper clash after their sons collide in a fistfight. When an epidemic reaches Stone Creek and a snake-oil salesman’s potions put innocent children in danger, Thomas and Maggie must work together to save lives. Maggie not only battles to help the townsfolk, she also battles to know which man—Thomas or her former beau—deserves to win her heart.  What an intriguing plot. I understand this…

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