This week Maureen Lang and Mae Nunn

» Posted on Aug 31, 2009 in Blog | 10 comments

Congratulations. Linda, you are the winner of Lynette Sowell’s All That Glitters, and Ann, you are the winner of Christina Berry’s The Familiar Stranger.

This week I’m hosting Maureen Lang with Look to the East and Mae Nunn with A Texas Ranger’s Family. 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 (Sept. 6th) evening.

Bio of Maureen Lang:

Maureen Lang is the winner of several writing awards, including the Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart award and the American Christian Fiction Writers’ Noble Theme award. She lives in the Midwest with her husband and three children. Visit her Web site at

Blurb of Look to the East:

At the dawn of the First World War, the French village of Briecourt is isolated from the battles, but the century-old feud between the Toussaints and the de Colvilles still rages in the streets. When the German army sweeps in to occupy the town, families on both sides of the feud are forced to work together to protect stragglers caught behind enemy lines.

Julitte Toussaint may have been adopted from a faraway island, but she feels the scorn of the de Colvilles as much as anyone born a Toussaint. So when she falls in love with one of the stragglers—a wealthy and handsome Belgian entrepreneur—she knows she’s playing with fire. Charles Lassone hides in the cellar of the Briecourt church, safe from the Germans for the moment. But if he’s discovered, it will bring danger to the entire village and could cost Charles his life.


Texas Ranger's Family
Bio of Mae Nunn:

Mae Nunn grew up in Houston and completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Texas in Austin. She was content to spend her life in the Lone Star State, but God had other plans for her. In 1989 Mae met Michael, a transplanted Englishman living in Atlanta and Mae hung up her spurs to become a southern belle.

Mae began writing in 1999 and with the help of Georgia Romance Writers and Romance Writers of America sold her first novel to Steeple hill in 2003. Mae has sold seven more Love Inspired novels and in September of 2008 she was blessed to be able to retire after thirty years in the air express industry and is now a full time writer! When asked how Mae feels about being a published author in the Christian fiction market she summed it up by simply saying “Yeeeee Ha!” For more on Mae and her writing, please visit her at

A Texas Ranger’s Family blurb:

Pulitzer Prize winner, Erin Gray has photographed monarchs, mass murderers, and military icons. But she’s never taken a snapshot of the husband and daughter she abandoned in order to protect her child from a family history of domestic violence. When she’s sent back to the U.S. from embedded duty in Iraq to recover from a near fatal suicide bomber attack, her ex-husband insists she come home with him and their daughter to recover.

Texas Ranger, Daniel Stabler has carefully constructed life around his most important duty; being a single father. Though he’s had no communication from his estranged wife since the day she signed over full custody of their infant, Daniel has followed Erin’s illustrious career from a distance. His daughter Dana’s mounting identity crises has become a greater fear than allowing the only person who can take his child away from him into their home. Erin Gray is also the only person who can break his heart. Again.


  1. Please include me in both drawings this week. Both books sound wonderful. Thanks

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  2. Hey Margaret! Thanks so much for hosting me! I'll keep an eye on the comments and will be happy to answer any questions your readers might have about my books or just inquiries in general. Mae

  3. I know people who have abandoned their families. It's so devastating for all, but I think the children are wounded the deepest. Breaks your heart to see it. Now we understand when God says He hates divorce. Please add me to this contest. Thanks.
    desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

  4. I hope you'll read my new story, Linda. God does a mighty (and funny!) work in restoring this family to the glory of His Name!

  5. I'd love a chance to win one of these terrific books, add me please!


  6. Both of these books sound great! Would love to be entered in the drawing. Thank you!


  7. Please include me in the drawing for Look to the East.

    Thanks so much,
    Sherry K

  8. Enter me only to win Look to the East by Maureen Lang. I have already reviewed Mae's book on several sites like Amazon, Christianbook, The Celebrity Cafe, etc. I would like to see someone else win it because it will truly bless them. It sure was a blessing to me and my church secretary is reading it now. Mae has been such an inspiration to me while I've endured several surgeries and I pray a special blessing upon her.

  9. Hey Jane! Thank you for your faithful friendship!

  10. Hi Mae!
    Just dropping by to read the post. I didn't know you were on blogger! Lol! Please don't enter me into Mae's book, since I already have it. Thanks again, Mae!
    I'll talk to you soon,

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