This week Raschelle Wurzer, Ronie Kendig and Terri Reed

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Beyond Prejudice

Congratulations to the last two weeks’ winners: Cindy for winning Regina Scott’s The Irresistible Earl, Cynde for winning Cynthia Hickey’s Fudge Laced Felonies, Dorothy for winning Marybeth Whalen’s She Makes It Look Easy, Jackie for winning Marta Perry’s Vanish in Plain Sight and Beth for winning Dorothy Love’s Beyond All Measure.

This week I’m hosting Raschelle Wurzer with Beyond Prejudice, Ronie Kendig with Wolfbane, and Terri Reed with The Innocent Witness. 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 (July 10th) evening.

Bio for Raschelle Wurzer:

Raschelle Wurzer makes her home in Northeast Iowa with her husband, Daniel.  They have two daughters, Elizabeth Anne and Edith Avery, and are expecting a third child in August 2011.

Raschelle holds an Associate in Arts degree in Communications from Northeast Iowa Community College, two writing diplomas from the Institute of Children’s Literature, and one writing diploma from Long Ridge Writers Group.  She is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society of the Two-Year College and was represented in the 2004-2005 and 2005-2006 editions of The National Dean’s List.

When she isn’t looking after children or writing, she enjoys cooking, gardening, and getting together with other mom-friends.  She anticipates home educating her children as a second-generation home schooler, wishing to inspire life-long, Christ-centered learning.

Contact Raschelle at for further information or to schedule an interview or speaking engagement.  For the latest news about Raschelle’s books, visit her blog at

Blurb for Beyond Prejudice:

As the year 1941 draws to a close, the bombs at Pearl Harbor shatter the wedding dreams of Elizabeth Tyler.  David Mitsuko, Elizabeth’s Japanese American fiancé, is evacuated from San Francisco with the rest of the West Coast Japanese at the command of an executive order.

When David and Elizabeth’s engagement is broken indefinitely, Elizabeth seeks comfort in internment camp employment, only to be pursued by handsome Project Director, Caleb Phelps.  When faith collides with love, Elizabeth must decide who will win her heart.

WolfbaneBio for Ronie Kendig:

Ronie Kendig has a BS in Psychology and is a wife, mother of four, and avid writer. Her novels include espionage thriller Dead Reckoning, a military series The Discarded Heroes series (Nighthshade, Digitalis, Wolfsbane (7/2011), and Firethorn (1/2012)), and a new upcoming series, A Breed Apart (summer 2012).

In addition to speaking engagements, Ronie is a monthly columnist at the award-winning blog, Novel Journey. Ronie can be found online at or at

Blurb for Wolfbane:

Embark upon a danger-laden mission within the pages of Ronie Kendig’s riveting Wolfsbane. Demolitions expert Danielle Roark thought escaping from a brutal Venezuelan general was a challenge. Now she’s charged with espionage and returned to the jungle where a new nightmare begins. Will Dani survive or become just another political pawn destined to be lost forever? Former Green Beret Canyon Metcalfe is disgusted with the suits on Capitol Hill. Still wrestling with the memories of a mission gone bad, he and Nightshade launch a mission to find Dani. Can Canyon rescue Dani, armed with nothing but raw courage?

The Innocent WitnessBio for Terri Reed:

At an early age Terri Reed discovered the wonderful world of fiction and declared she would one day write a book.  Now she is fulfilling that dream and enjoys writing for Steeple Hill. Her second book, A Sheltering Love was a 2006 RITA Award Finalist and a 2005 National Reader’s Choice Award Finalist. Her book Strictly Confidential, book five of the Faith at the Crossroads continuity series, took third place in the 2007 Book of The Year Award.  She is an active member of both Romance Writers of America and American Christian Fiction Writers. She resides in the Pacific Northwest with her college-sweetheart husband, two wonderful children, and an array of critters. When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, gardening and playing with her dogs.

You can write to Terri at P.O. Box 19555 Portland, OR 97280 or email her at or leave comments on her blog at


Blurb for The Innocent Witness by Terri Reed:

Faith sustained Vivian Grant through her horrible childhood and loveless marriage, but how much more can she take? Her husband has been killed. Her autistic son is the only witness. And someone is twisting the evidence to place the blame on her. Viv has no one to trust—and danger is closing in.


A failed protection detail cost former Secret Service agent Anthony Carlucci his job—and his self-confidence. He’s not going to fail anyone under his care again. Anthony will risk anything to keep Viv and her son safe…including his heart.