This week Camy Tang, Kay Strom and Martha Rogers

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Congratulations to Juanita for winning Sandra Robbins’ The Columns of Cottonwood, to Debra for winning Trish Perry’s The Perfect Blend and to Emily for winning Sarah Sundin’s A Memory Between Us.

This week I’m hosting Camy Tang with Formula for Danger, Kay Strom with The Voyage of Promise and Martha Rogers with Finding Becky. If you want to enter the drawings, 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 (September 19th) evening.

Bio of Camy Tang:

Camy Tang writes romance with a kick of wasabi. Out now is her
humorous romance series (Sushi for One?, Only Uni, and Single Sashimi)
and her romantic suspense, Deadly Intent. Formula for Danger releases
September 2010. Originally from Hawaii, she worked as a biologist for
9 years, but now she is a staff worker for her San Jose church youth
group and leads a worship team for Sunday service. She has coordinated
the ACFW Genesis contest for 5 years and runs the Story Sensei fiction
critique service, which specializes in online classes and book
doctoring. On her blog, she ponders knitting, spinning wool, dogs,
running, the Never Ending Diet, and other frivolous things. Visit her
website at and join her quarterly newsletter

Back cover of Formula for Danger:

Someone wants dermatologist Rachel Grant’s latest research, and
they’ll do anything to get it. Including trashing the plants needed
for her breakthrough scar-reducing cream—and trying to run Rachel
down. Desperate for help, she turns to Edward Villa, the only man she
trusts. But the greenhouse owner knows too much about Rachel’s
research, and now he’s a target, too. Break-ins, muggings,
murder…the would-be thief is getting desperate—and getting closer.
Edward vows to protect Rachel at all costs. Yet with time ticking
away, Edward knows they have to uncover the madman shadowing Rachel
before their chance for a future is destroyed.

Bio for Kay Strom:

I am a writer and speaker who loves learning about the world. And what better way to learn than to travel? My dear husband puts up with me… even accompanies me on occasion.

Of course, the more I learn, the more I want to write. And then I want to jump up on my soapbox and share all my insights and ideas.

For years I’ve been known as a writer of non-fiction. That’s still true, but I am also having the time of my life writing fiction. Sometimes there is no better way to share a passion than through a rollicking good story! I just finished writing one historical trilogy, “Grace in Africa,” (Book 1: The Call of Zulina, Book 2: The Voyage of Promise, Book 3: The Triumph of Grace). Now I’m working on the next series, “Blessings in India.” What fun! It’s like eating my chocolate dessert when I haven’t finished my broccoli!

Come, explore the world with me. Together we’ll strive to make it a better place.

Blurb for The Voyage of Promise:

Slavers burst in with guns blazing and tear Grace’s family apart forever. Her husband is chained and led aboard a slave ship bound for America. An old enemy has a more sinister plan for Grace. But she will not be enslaved, and she will not give up on the man she loves. In the midst of hoplessness,Grace finds God reaching out to her.

Bio for Martha Rogers:

Martha Rogers is a fourth generation Texas who has made Texas her home all her life, and is a retired teacher of both the secondary and college levels. She now lives in Houston with her husband, also retired. Martha and her husband are both active members at church where she sings in the choir and co-leads a First Place 4 Health group and he is a deacon. They enjoy spending time with nine grandchildren, a grandson-in-law and a great-grandson. She is the author of several novellas as well as a series of historical novels. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and writes a weekly devotional for the group. She is also a member of and treasurer of Inspirational Writers Alive! and Words for the Journey, the Woodlands Chapter of ACFW.

For more information, visit Martha at

Blurb for Finding Becky:

Rebecca Haynes arrives home from college with new ideas and attitudes about women and her faith that bring dismay to Rob Frankston who has loved her since her days as the young girl Becky. Geoff Kensington arrives in town at the same time with an interest in Rebecca. When problems and strange accidents befall the citizens of Barton Creek, Becky seeks Rob’s help. He hopes he will find the Becky he’s always loved as they uncover the truth.