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Read the first 5 chapters of The Loneliest Cottage!

Chapter 1 The call came in while Lauren was at work. Her eyes practically crossed as she tried to make sense of the never-ending spreadsheet before her. She’d never cared for numbers, but when you graduate

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The Little Things are the Big Things

People often say that I inspire them. Because I'm willing to share my struggles, they also share in my triumphs. They also share their dreams and aspirations with me. If only I could write the story I've

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Read the first 3 chapters of The Sunday School Teacher!

Now Available! Could his little girl be the messenger of God's love? GET IT EXCLUSIVELY ON AMAZON! Chapter 1 Saying Liam James lived in the tiny town of Sweet Grove, Texas, was quite a stretch. While technically

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If I love it, then why is it hard?

What do you love most in this world? Like truly love? Perhaps your children, family, God, career, a hobby, maybe even writing (like me). Okay, now how much time do you spend wrapped up in that thing you

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Would you help make my dreams come true?

Have you ever had a dream? Well, yes, of course you have, right? We all dream. It's one of the greatest joys in life. Having the faith that you can be or do anything if only your heart is in the right

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Read the first 3 chapters of The Second-Chance Waitress right now!

Chapter 1 “Order’s up!” Jeffrey bellowed from the kitchen as he slid a pair of plates into the window that looked out upon Mabel’s Old-Fashioned Diner. “That was fast,” Kristina Rose said with

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Special Excerpt: The Reluctant Florist

I surveyed my readers, and this is their favorite scene from my Christian Romance, The Reluctant Florist. I thought it might be nice to share it here on my blog so others can enjoy it too! The Reluctant

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Do You Believe in Angels?

I believe in miracles. I've had them happen to me. And it's why I write the kind of books I do–to share that hope with others. One of the things I love most is when readers turn around and share

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I’m not afraid of you, 2017!

Almost a new year already. Can you believe it? I know many of us feel like 2016 took its dear sweet time exiting the scene as it stumbled around like a drunk and flailed its arms wildly, claiming many

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