This week Ronie Kendig and Allie Pleiter

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Congratulations to Kyndra who won Robin Caroll’s Deliver Us From Evil and Casey who won Ethel Herr’s An Introduction to Christian Writing.

This week I’m hosting Ronie Kendig with Dead Reckoning and Allie Pleiter with Easter Blessings. If you want to enter the drawing for the books, 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 (Mar. 7th) evening.

Bio of Ronie Kendig:

Ronie Kendig has a BS in Psychology and is a wife, mother of four, and avid writer. Her novels include Dead Reckoning (March 2010, Abingdon Press) and Nightshade (July 2010, Barbour Publishing), Book#1 in The Discarded Heroes series. She speaks to various groups, volunteers with the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), and mentors new writers. Ronie can be found at

Blurb for Dead Reckoning:

When underwater archeologist Shiloh Blake finds herself in the middle of an international nuclear arms clash during her first large-scale dig, she flees for her life. Is the man trailing her an enemy or a protector sent by her CIA father? How is he always one step ahead? Whoever he is, the only way to prevent a nuclear meltdown means joining forces with this man. Will Shiloh violate her vow to never become involved in her father’s web of intrigue and mystery? Can she reconcile her past? Will she allow God to help her through this ordeal of uncertainty, mistrust, and deadly danger?

Author Bio for Allie Pleiter:

An avid knitter, coffee junkie, and devoted chocoholic, Allie Pleiter writes both fiction and non-fiction. The enthusiastic but slightly untidy mother of two, Allie spends her days writing books, doing laundry, running carpools, and finding new ways to avoid housework. She grew up in Connecticut, holds a BS in Speech from Northwestern University, spent fifteen years in the field of professional fundraising, and currently lives in suburban Chicago, Illinois. The “dare from a friend” to begin writing nine years ago has given rise to a career spanning two parenting books, eight novels including the multi-nominated MY SO-CALLED LOVE LIFE, and various national speaking engagements on faith, women’s issues, and writing. Visit her website at or her knitting blog at

Back Cover Copy:
ISBN# 978-0-373-87584-9
MARCH 2010

A “veterinarian on sabbatical,” widowed Paul Sycamore is not interested in answering his new neighbor’s constant questions about her expectant sheep. But the comfort his child finds on Audrey Lupine’s Middleburg, Kentucky, farm just may open his heart.