New Releases

New Release: Puppy Ciao by Annette O’Hare

Title:  Puppy Ciao (Max Tales Mysteries Book 1)

Author:  Annette O’Hare

Genre:  Middle Grade Mystery

Publisher: Elk Lake Publishing, Inc.

Release Date: August 21, 2020

ISBN-13:  978-1649490438

About the book: 

How far would you go to save innocent animals? Would you risk your life?

In the small town of Kerrville, Texas, thirteen-year-old Jeannie McKay has a notorious reputation for trying to right the world’s wrongs. When Jeannie and her best friend, Jonathan Wooten, rescue two purebred Weimaraner puppies found drowning in Johnson Creek, she vows to find out who is responsible. With the help of her small band of friends, Jeannie plunges head-first into solving the mystery.


About the author:

Author, Annette O’Hare writes pre-teen mysteries and historical romance. Her background in comedic sketch writing allows Annette to reveal God’s love to readers of all ages while hopefully giving them a laugh. Annette and husband Dan live north of Houston, Texas, and enjoy RVing, saltwater fishing, spending time with family, and their rescue pets.

Author Interviews

A Chat with Author Annette O’Hare

C. Kevin Thompson
C. Kevin Thompson

Good day from Kevin Thompson! Last month, I began this blog post with a reminder to remember our brothers and sisters in the Carolinas and other locations affected by Hurricane Florence. Now, here we are, needing to remember our brothers and sisters in the panhandle of Florida and others devastated by Hurricane Michael. And we still have over a month of hurricane season left to endure! Pray for a quiet thirty-plus days.

It is apropos then to welcome our next guest to the Florida front porch, Annette O’Hare, whose book, Redeeming Light, deals with the greatest hurricane disaster in U.S. history.

So say hello to Annette!

Annette O'Hare
Annette O’Hare

Annette, tell us about your book.

Redeeming Light is a love story between a fearless young rancher woman, and her uncle’s reserved law apprentice. Sarah and Frederick’s story takes place against the backdrop of the Great Galveston Storm of 1900 that claimed the lives of over 6,000 people.