Greetings from Sarah Sundin! Today I have the joy of interviewing an author I’ve enjoyed getting to know over the years. Not only is Liz Tolsma a gifted and bestselling historical novelist, but she’s generous and compassionate and enthusiastic. Through her novels, she’s explored various eras—and in her latest novel, she’s delving into historical romantic suspense!
Liz, please tell us about your book, The Pink Bonnet.
When Cecile Dowd’s daughter is kidnapped by Georgia Tann and the corrupt Tennessee Children’s Home Society, she must rely on Tann’s own lawyer to find out what happened to Mille. How far will they go to bring her home? Will the price be too high? Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin! Today I have the joy of interviewing award-winning and bestselling author Elizabeth Ludwig. Elizabeth has written numerous mystery and suspense novels, including historicals and Amish. I think you’ll enjoy what she has to share!
Elizabeth, please tell us about your new release, Summer of Suspense.
I recently collaborated with sixteen of Christian fiction’s best-loved mystery and suspense authors to create a collection called Summer of Suspense. These are all short stories geared toward fast-paced summertime reading either at home or on the beach, and for a limited time, we are inviting readers to grab a copy at the pre-order price of just 99¢.
Nice! What surprised you the most during the research or writing of your book?
I am one of those odd people who loves doing research! In fact, it is way too easy for me to get caught up in the research of a story and forget all about the actual writing. This story was especially difficult for me since Martha’s Vineyard is a place I have always wanted to visit. I spent hours browsing photographs and articles about the people, the land, and the history of this fascinating place. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! I hope you’re keeping cool in this heat wave! Today I have the honor of interviewing multi-published author Marlene Banks, who calls herself a word warrior—don’t you love that? Marlene shares today about how she fights with those words of hers, in the only battle with eternal significance.
Tell us about your book, Generations Series…# 1~Land and Legacy.
The Generations Series is a collection of seven short stories (novellas) about several families explored through multiple generations. These stories focus on a bloodline’s spiritual DNA, the hand of God throughout the family as well as its persistent generational manipulation from the adversary. The series is on Amazon Kindle as an eBook. Land and Legacy is the first story featuring the centrally situated Shepherd clan. Followers of the Light is the second novella about the Carpenter family. Forthcoming is another family to the Generations collection, the Delmonts. The families are positively and negatively connected to each other as the saga evolves, revealing each family’s generational trail. Read More →
Greetings from Sarah Sundin! It’s an honor for me to interview the very first Christian author I ever met, Kathy Collard Miller—she and my mother used to bowl together! Kathy is a multi-published author and a gifted speaker—I had the joy of hearing Kathy speak at a women’s retreat many years ago and was deeply touched by her words, her heart, and her humor. I know you’ll also enjoy hearing from Kathy today.
Kathy, please tell us about your book Pure-Hearted: The Blessings of Living Out God’s Glory.
Kathy Collard Miller
Pure-Hearted encourages and inspires any Christian to evaluate the inner motives of her heart and surrender in greater trust for godly reactions. The reader will also become aware of the wonderful God-designed benefits, including joy, self-control, selfless love, security and satisfaction and other fruits of the Holy Spirit.
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Greetings from Colorado, where it snowed last week, the rivers are running high, and everything growing is green. Davalynn Spencer, here, and I’m thrilled today to welcome veteran author and storyteller, Janet Chester Bly who knows Western (historical and contemporary) inside and out. She claims not to corral cattle at her Idaho home, but she certainly knows how to corral words.
Janet, welcome. Tell us about your featured book, Beneath a Camperdown Elm, Book 3, Trails of Reba Cahill Series.
Cowgirl Reba’s scary stalker is locked up in jail. She finally snatches a rancher fiancé. Her runaway mother returns home. Reba has everything she ever wanted. Then Grandma Pearl disappears. Is she about to lose it all? Three generations of women travel separate journeys of the heart. Read More →