This week Ramona Richards and Jeanne Gowen Dennis

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Congratulations last week’s winners are Edna with Amber Miller’s Copper and Candles, Patty with Virginia Smith’s Murder at Eagle Summit and Cindi with Amy Wallace’s Enduring Justice.

This week I’m hosting Ramona Richards with her book, The Taking of Carly Bradford and Jeanne Dennis with her book, Running Barefoot on Holy Ground. If you want to enter the drawing for the book, please leave a comment on one of the post during the week with your email address. I will not enter you without an email address (my way to contact you if you win). If you don’t want to leave an email address, another way you can enter is to email me at The drawings end Sunday (May 24th) evening.

Ramona Richards’ bio:

Ramona Richards, an award-winning editor and author, has worked on more than 350 publications. Her first three Steeple Hill novels A Murder Among Friends, The Face Of Deceit, and The Taking Of Carly Bradford received 4 ½ stars from Romantic Times magazine. Field Of Danger will be released in December.

Book Blurb of The Taking of Carly Bradford:

Three years ago, Dee Kelley lost her family. Three months ago, eight-year-old Carly Bradford disappeared. When Dee finds crucial evidence in a case rapidly growing cold, she becomes determined not to let another mother suffer the way she did. She will help police chief Tyler Madison find Carly, whether he wants her assistance or not. But Tyler isn’t the only one determined to keep Dee off the case. And evidence isn’t all that she’ll find waiting for her in the woods.

Jeanne Gowen Dennis’ bio:

Jeanne Gowen Dennis is an award-winning author, CLASS-certified speaker, vocal soloist, and BreakPoint Centurion. Her inspirational book Running Barefoot on Holy Ground embodies her passion—helping others grow in intimacy with the Creator. Jeanne has published eleven books for adults and children and has written for Focus on the Family periodicals, Campus Life,, DaySpring, and others. She has been interviewed on The Harvest Show and national and local radio. Speaking venues have included the National Church Library Association, Biola University, homeschool conferences, writers conferences, churches, schools, and bookstores. Jeanne has worked with adults and children of all ages for over 25 years and is a wife, mother, grandmother, and veteran homeschooler.

Book Blurb of Running Barefoot on Holy Ground:

Are you missing something in your faith walk? A life filled with Jesus is a life of joyous abandon when we give ourselves permission to experience it like a child, but this type of relationship can happen only as we grow in our understanding of the awesome holiness of God. Running Barefoot on Holy Ground can help you rediscover the joy of loving God with the abandon and innocence of a child.