This week Lynette Eason and Sharon Souza

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Congratulations to Cindi for winning Cathy Gohlke’s I Have Seen Him in the Watchfires and to Teresa for winning Mary DeMuth’s Daisy Chain.

This week I’m hosting Lynette Eason with a Love Inspired Suspense called A Silent Terror and Sharon Souza with Lying on Sunday. If you would like to be entered in a drawing for both or either books, please leave a comment on one of the posts this week with your email address included (must have that to be entered) or email me at The drawings end Sunday evening.

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.

A Silent Terror‘s Blurb:

When Marianna Santino’s roommate is killed, Detective Ethan O’Hara can’t fathom the motive. Then he realizes the deaf teacher was the intended target. Marianna must have something the murderer desperately wants. But what? Digging for the truth, the guarded cop tries to learn everything he can about Marianna. Her world. Her family. Her beauty, faith and fierce independence. In spite of himself, Ethan finds that he can’t keep his feelings at bay. Soon, he’s willing to risk everything—including his heart—to lay the silent terror stalking Marianna to rest.

Sharon Souza’s bio:

Sharon K. Souza is a freelance author whose passion is writing inspirational fiction. Two novels, Every Good & Perfect Gift and Lying on Sunday, were released by NavPress in 2008. Her novella, A Heavenly Christmas in Hometown, released in December 2004, has been converted to a play, and has been performed in Northern California.

She and her husband Rick have been married 37 years. They have three grown children (one who now resides in Heaven) and seven grandchildren. Her husband is a builder and an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God, and together they are appointed missionaries at large with the Assemblies, based in the US.

Sharon has traveled with Rick to various countries, including Mexico, Japan, South Africa and Jamaica, where Rick is involved in physically and strategically building the kingdom of God. He has traveled to more than 30 countries, has experienced Siberia in December, been robbed in Columbia, and called in for questioning by the authorities in Cuba.

While Rick lives the adventure, Sharon is satisfied to create her own through her fiction.

Lying on Sunday‘s blurb:

When the life she thought she knew turns out to be a lie, Abbie Torrington discovers she has two choices: she can crumble in despair or set out to find herself in the rubble left behind by her husband’s betrayal. Abbie does both and comes face to face with bigger secrets than she knew existed. In the process, she just might learn that the truth really does set you free. Lying on Sunday is an honest but entertaining story that answers the question, Is there life after infidelity?