Read more: It Is Well
I’ve received a few messages from readers looking forward to my next book. Thank you for your encouragement. It’s been a little harder than I believed it would be to write, but I’m pushing through life, the lack of motivation and time constraints. Even if I only type 50 new words, it’s progress, and each […]
Read more: Cover Reveal!!!
For an author there is nothing more exciting than… well, several things. Getting the call, signing a contract, receiving edits, reading reviews (sometimes), and of course seeing the art department bring your book to life. I love every cover Love Inspired has created for my stories, and here is the latest, due out November 8, […]
Read more: The Negotiated Marriage ~ Back Cover Blurb
I’ve just finished up what I believe is my last round of edits for The Negotiated Marriage and I have to say that after writing it, and reading over it multiple times, and editing it several more, I’m not sick of this story. I still love it. I love Camy and I love Duncan. And […]
Read more: Winners!
Thank you to each of you who commented. I love each era mentioned within the comments, but I do have my favorites. When I started writing several years ago, I wrote a Regency, with a Scottish hero, of course. Then I wrote a Border story, with a Scottish hero. A MacGregor. So, as you can […]
Read more: Cover Reveal~The Guardian’s Promise
There are several milestones an author waits for, and then celebrates. The first ‘The End‘. The first contest. The first conference. The first pitch. The first query. The first request. The Call. The contract signing. The first round of edits. The official title. And…. as of today I’ve been waiting to see my book cover […]
Read more: Love Inspired Historical Line
Yesterday, Seekerville’s guest was Love Inspired’s Associate Editor Emily Rodmell. The post centered around the Love Inspired Historical line, what kinds of books are out there and what editors are looking for. An opportunity was also given to pitch, which I took advantage of so, prayers are appreciated. In the course of yesterday’s conversation I remembered […]