This week is Pamela Meyers, Sharon Souza and Irene Brand

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This week I’m hosting  Pamela Meyers with Love Will Find a Way and Thyme for Love,  Sharon Souza with Unraveled and Irene Brand with Taking a Risk on Love.  If you want to enter the drawings 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 (November 25th) evening.

Bio of Pamela S. Meyers:

Pamela S. Meyers lives in the Chicago suburbs, an hour’s drive away from the Southeastern Wisconsin setting of most of her stories.

Her debut novel Thyme for Love, Book One in her On the Road to Love series, released November 2011, and Love Will Find a Way, Book Two will release very soon. Her historical romance, Love Finds You in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, will release in April 2013. When she isn’t busy writing her next novel, you can find her coordinating the ACFW Genesis Writing Contest for Unpublished writers.

You can find more information on Pam at or on Facebook at .

Blurb for Love Will Find a Way by Pamela S. Meyers:

When April Love opens her new eatery and catering business in an old Victorian in the village of Canoga Lake, Wisconsin, trouble is afoot. During renovations, she discovers evidence that the home had once been the hideout of a famous gangster. When several break-ins and an attempted arson fire threaten the grand opening, April and handsome fiancé Marc Thorne wonder if the gangsters still around?

Tag Line: Someone doesn’t want Lovin’ Spoonfuls from April Love to open and will go to any means to stop it – including murder.

Blurb for Thyme of Love by Pamela Meyers:

April Love has always dreamed of being a chef. But she didn’t expect a former fiancé or murder to be part of the recipe for her new job. When April Love signs on to be an in-house chef at an old lakeshore mansion in Canoga Lake, Wisconsin, she comes face to face with her long-lost love, the drop-dead gorgeous Marc Thorne. It doesn’t take long for their old magnetism to recharge, but how can she trust the guy who left her nearly at the altar eight years earlier? Her gut tells her something happened to Marc in between-something he’s reluctant to reveal. When April’s boss is murdered, Marc is accused of the crime. Unless April can find out who really killed Ramón Galvez, her chances for love will end up at the county jail. But someone else is just as determined she not solve the mystery…and will go to any length to stop her.


Bio for Sharon Souza:

Sharon K. Souza Is the author of Lying on Sunday, Every Good & Perfect Gift, A Heavenly Christmas in Hometown,  and her latest release, Unraveled. She and her husband Rick have been married 41 years. Rick travels the world, physically and strategically building the kingdom of God. While Rick lives the adventure, Sharon is more than happy to create her own through fiction
My website and blog links are below. And here is a link to my YouTube book trailer.
Blurb for Unraveled by Sharon Souza:
Unraveled, a contemporary women’s novel, is the story of Aria Winters, an idealistic young woman who seeks a new adventure in her very privileged life. She travels to a country she knows nothing about, meets people who change her life in uncomfortable ways, and faces a crisis that nearly undoes her. She returns home to the “family compound,” where she tries to hide from life, and most especially from God, who brings her face-to-face with the worst mistake she ever made, because he can’t fix what she won’t face. But facing her failures is not high on her list of favorite things to do.
Bio of Irene Brand:

Irene Brand has been publishing inspirational fiction since 1984. She has already published, or is under contract, for fifty titles of inspirational romances. She’s had two novellas published, as well as three non-fiction books. Her publishers include Thomas Nelson Publishers, Barbour Publishers, Kregel, Heartsong Presents, Serenade Saga, Thorndike Press, Steeple Hill, Love Inspired, and Summerside Press.

She has served on the staff of several writing conferences including Sandy Cove Christian Writers Conference, St. David’s Christian Writers Conference, Southern Christian Writers Conference, and the FloridaChristian Writers Conference. She’s been a member of RWA since 1986.

Irene was a public school teacher for twenty-three years until she retired in 1989 to devote full time to writing. She has received awards and honors in several fields. She was Mason County Teacher of the Year, 1973-74, and in 1984, she was West Virginia’s DAR History Teacher of the Year.

In the field of writing, she’s received

1. Excellence in Inspirational Romance Writing Award, 1986, Blue RidgeChristian Writers Conference

2. Koala Award for Quality Christian Writing, CWFI, 1991

3. JUG (Just Uncommonly Good Writing) Award, West Virginia Writers, 1997

4. First Runner Up in the category of ARTS, West Virginia Women’s Commission, 2001

5. First-place Award, 2001 Celebrate Women Award, given by the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, West Virginia.

Irene has been a Christian since she was eleven-years old, and she’s active in her local church, serving currently as Adult Sunday School teacher, choir director, and pianist.

A native West Virginian, she holds an AB Degree in Secondary Education(majors, Social Studies and French) and a Master’s Degree in History from Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia.

She’s married to Rod Brand (no children), and their travels include thirty-five foreign countries and all fifty of the United States.

Blurb for Taking a Risk on Love by Irene Brand:

When Vance Bolden finds a young woman washed ashore after a storm, he’s shocked but determined to help her. The task is daunting enough…then Vance discovers that Evelyn Weber is with child.  As he makes the most of a precarious situation, Vance can’t help but remember the young wife and son he lost while he served in the Confederate army.
Before leaving the London mission she called home for twenty-two years, Evelyn was convinced that God’s will for her life was to travel to America and work among the Cherokee in North Carolina.  And she still is, although the strange turn of events certainly makes her undertaking more difficult. Now stranded and without  knowledge of her husband’s fate, Evelyn sees a hard road ahead where trusting a stranger is her only route to survival.
Despite wounds from the past, can Vance and Evelyn take a risk on each other, on God, and on love?