Jennifer Slattery’s Breaking Free

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My guest this week is Jennifer Slattery. I met Jennifer at the Blue Ridge Conference several years ago. She has since become my crit partner and friend. Breaking Free is her 4th book. Tell me about Breaking Free. Give us the back cover of the book. I’d love to! Breaking Free is a women’s fiction about a woman nearly destroyed …

Miriam Scavenger Hunt

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I’m so excited to be a part of this scavenger hunt blog hop in celebration of the launch of Mesu Andrews’ second book in her Treasures of the Nile series, Miriam! I realize most of you are probably already “on the hunt”, but if you just happened on this page first, you’ll want to hop on over to the start …

Tanya Eavenson’s Restored

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I’m going to take a break from my Thankful Alphabet in March and introduce you to some new books by some wonderful authors. Today I’d like to you to meet one of my very dearest friends and critique partners, Tanya Eavenson. She is the author of the inspiring contemporary fiction Unconditional and its brand-new sequel, Restored.   Leave a comment with your email at the end for a chance …

Connie Almony Flees From Evil

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I’ve known Connie for many years. She lives right up the road from me in Maryland and I am delighted to host her here on my blog. She has four books out now, and she’s here to tell us about her latest. Tell me about the story of Flee from Evil. It’s a story I first conceptualized almost twenty years ago after seeing …

Five Fascinating Women of Heart

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My fellow Trekker Sharon Srock is part of a wonderful anthology that releases this month. I’m delighted to have her as my guest today to tell us about the book and her part in it. Tell me about the story of Women of Heart. This is a collection of five full-length stories that feature women in all walks of life, meeting …

Mesu Andrews’s The Pharaoh’s Daughter

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These were the children of Pharaoh’s daughter Bithiah, whom Mered had married. ~1 Chronicles 4:18 I love biblical fiction, and Mesu writes some of the best. Her latest, The Pharaoh’s Daughter is breathtaking. It is the story of Anippe, daughter of Horemheb, sister of King Tut, pharaoh of the Exodus. Terrified of dying in childbirth, it is she who finds Moses …

D. M. Webb’s 30 Days: A Devotional Memoir

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D. M. Webb, a friend of mine, has released 30 Days: A Devotional Memoir. Written after too many deaths and other losses, it is a very personal journey which she has shared to help others. 30 Days is a collection of devotions designed to reach out and uplift especially those who have dealt with death, divorce, and single parenting. But since it …

Enter In The Shadow of Jezebel Giveaway!

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The Story In a kingdom controlled by cruel and manipulative women, one princess will discover the power of truth and love Princess Jehosheba wants nothing more than to please the harsh and demanding Queen Athaliah, daughter of the notorious Queen Jezebel. Her work as a priestess in the temple of Baal seems to do the trick. But when a mysterious …