Patt Marr this week’s author guest

» Posted on Dec 23, 2007 in Blog | 1 comment

Congratulations, Stacey, you are the winner of Cheryl Wyatt’s A Soldier’s Promise.

This week I am hosting Patt Marr. She has a new book coming out for Love Inspired in January called A Doctor’s Bride. She is giving away two books this week in a drawing. I will draw two people’s names. One is A Doctor’s Promise and the other book is Promise of Forever. They share several characters although they are stand alone books. Please email me at margaretdaley@gmail.com if you want to enter the drawing for Patt’s books. I will pick two winners next Sunday evening.

Bio:
At age twenty, Patt Marr graduated from college with honors and with child. She’s been a wife, mother, business teacher, guidance counselor and church leader in music, education, drama and TV production. Always ready to try what she felt the Lord wanted, Patt has worked with every age group of boys and girls, men and women. She claims to have learned more than she taught and laughed more than she probably ought.

When she bought her first computer, Patt–a voracious reader and the writer of countless scripts and lesson plans–believed it should be easy to write a book, especially if she joined Romance Writers of America and learned from authors, agents and editors how to write and sell a great story.

Writing a novel was so easy, it only took Patt ten years to see her name on a cover. Angel in Disguise won the National Readers Choice Award for Best Inspirational Romance and was published by Steeple Hill, the faith-based division of Harlequin Enterprises. She dedicated her second book, Man of Her Dreams, to the man of her own dreams, college sweetheart and life-time husband, David Marr.

Patt chose to write genre fiction for Steeple Hill to develop a readership through their thousands of book club subscribers and the other thousands who can afford a cover price of under $5…or find her books at a garage sale for a quarter. She chose to write inspirational romance because it makes her very happy to share love, laughter and faith in the Lord.

Visit her web site at www.pattmarr.com.

1 Comment

  1. I just love reading books that have in them love, laughter but very most of all, Faith in the Lord.
    Thanks for the interview. Patt, we are cheering you on!
    Pam
    cepjwms at yahoo dot com

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