Monday, October 31, 2016


I'm so excited to share with YOU, my dear readers the book cover for Trusting Grace which releases in May, 2017.

I'm sure you will agree with me the cover is lovely and as always Revell does a beautiful cover. I showed them the gown I wanted and they had it made for the model. I couldn't be more pleased.

It ready for pre-order most of your favorites websites.
Here's a little to whet your appetite until then:

All her life widow Grace Bidwell has longed for a loving husband and children but now chances are looking slim and prospects low as she cares for her elderly father and struggles to maintain the chores on the farm…until she places an ad for a hired hand. Robert Frasier arrives with three pitiful bedraggled children and nothing but the clothes on their backs and a wagon, applying for the job…along with a load of hurt, pride and anger. Rachel’s unaware the children aren’t his and he’s feels duty bound to raise them. Grace believes this is divine intervention but how can she convince his reluctant heart when they begin to have feelings for each other?
I hope you'll want to read Grace's story and enjoy it as much as I did writing it.


Wednesday, October 26, 2016


It's been such a long time since I've blogged and much has happened. You already know that my new book, A Sweet Misfortune, released in February and next May, the third and last book in the Virtues and Vices series, Trusting Grace, releases. I can't wait to share the beautiful cover that Revell has created, and once again they gave me exactly what I asked for and even had the gown created for the heroine. Soon as they give me the go ahead, I'll post the cover picture. The galleys have been submitted and I await page proofs. I believe you're going to love Grace's story, and I can't wait for you to read it! :)

I'm finally settled in at our new location in Georgia, and still tweaking a few things around the house. After much discussion, I finally gave in and we now have a Maltipoo puppy named Pepper. It has been years since our Sheltie died after living 16+ years so we'd forgotten the work involved in training a puppy. I'm happy to say we've made it! But she still likes to chew things like all pups. Pepper is a cutie but it's hard to get a good picture of her because she's black.

Are you a dog lover? Write and tell me what type of dog you have if you are.

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Enjoy your fall. Thanksgiving is just around the cover and don't we all have so much to be thankful for this season?

God Bless,