Louise Gouge/I’ve been tagged!!

» Posted on Oct 14, 2007 in Blog | 3 comments

This week Louise Gouge is my special author guest. She will be giving away in a drawing her latest: Then Came Hope. If you would like to be entered in the drawing, please email me at Mdaley50@aol.com.
Last week’s winner for Jenny Jones’s book, On the Loose is Julie. Congratulations!!!

Louise Gouge’s bio:
Award-winning Florida author Louise M. Gouge writes historical fiction and historical romance. She also teaches English and humanities at Valencia Community College in Kissimmee, FL. Among her seven published titles is the multi-award winning Hannah Rose, Book Two of Ahab’s Legacy. Her latest “Then Came” series is set in the post-Civil War period: Then Came Faith (2006), Then Came Hope (2007), and Then Came Love (2008). With her great love of history and research, Louise has traveled to several of her locations to ensure the accuracy of her stories’ settings. When she isn’t writing, she and her husband love to visit historical sites and museums.
Please visit her web site to find out more about her and her books.

Carla tagged me. I am supposed to tell where I was 10-20-30 years ago.
10 years ago: I had started publishing again and getting back into writing after an eight year dry spell. It felt good to write and sell, but it took me several more years to find out where I truly belonged (writing inspirational romances).
20 years ago: I had started going back to school to get my masters in education. With a family, teaching and going to school I was busy.
30 years ago: I was eight months pregnant with my son. I was getting his room ready for him.

I tag Cheryl, Pamela, Camy and anyone else who would like to participate in this. It was started by Mary DeMuth.


  1. Hi Margaret. You don’t look old enough to have a 30-year-old son! I have 3 in their early thirties–very scary.
    Please enter me in the drawing for Louise’s book. I was in the skit cast with her at the conference–such a sweet, sweet lady.

  2. Hey Margaret! My post is up:



  3. Please enter me for the drawing – thanks!


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