Lynette Eason this week

» Posted on Jun 16, 2008 in Blog | Comments Off on Lynette Eason this week

Congratulations, Ann. You are the winner of Craig Harms’s book, Day Omega.
Congratulations, Linda. You are the winner of Nancy Farrier’s book, Picture This.

I went to a conference in Springfield, MO this weekend. I spoke about pacing and had a great time. I hope to blog about the conference later when I get some pictures from one of the ladies. I took my digital camera and only took two pictures. I just never remember to whip it out and take a photo.

This week I am hosting Lynette Eason, a Love Inspired Suspense author. Her new book is River of Secrets and she will be giving it away in a drawing. If you want to be entered in the drawing which ends next Sunday evening, please either email me at or leave a comment with your email addy in it.

Lynette Eason’s bio:
Lynette Eason grew up in Greenville, SC. Her home church, Northgate Baptist, had a tremendous influence on her during her early years. She credits Christian parents and dedicated Sunday School teachers for her acceptance of Christ at the tender age of eight. Even as a young girl, she knew she wanted her life to reflect the love of Jesus.

Lynette attended The University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC, then moved to Spartanburg, SC to attend Converse College where she obtained her Masters degree in Education. A couple of years later, she met the boy next door, Jack Eason—and married him. Jack is the Executive Director of The Sound of Light Ministries. Lynette and Jack have two precious children, Lauryn, eight years and Will, who is six. She and Jack are members of New Life Baptist Fellowship Church in Boiling Springs, SC where Jack serves as the worship leader and Lynette does whatever she’s asked to do like take picture for the church directory.

Lynette loves to ice skate, go bowling, walk on the beach, visit the mountains of Asheville, NC, watch American Idol, Law and Order, A & E channel, and surf the web—and of course, read. She is often found online and loves to talk writing with anyone who will listen. She gives God the glory for her giving her the talent and desire to spin stories that bring readers to the edge of their seat, but most importantly, to the throne of Christ.