This Week Arlene James with a Giveaway

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Congratulations to bn100 for winning Lenora Worth’s Proof of Innocence and Lakeside Hero and to Mary for winning Winnie Griggs’ Journeys of the Heart!

This week I’m hosting Arlene James with A Familiar Love Song (3 copies world wide). If you want to enter the drawing for the book, please leave a comment on your post 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 (August 30th) evening.


FAMILIAR coverBio of Arlene James:

Arlene James has been steadily publishing for nearly four decades. She has written more than 95 books. Born and raised in Oklahoma, she lived for over thirty years in Texas. She has been blessed to travel much of the world and now lives in Arkansas.

She can be reached via email at

A list of her books can be found at her website:

For more information on the HOBBY RUN Variety Praise Band series of books, visit the website:

Blurb for A Familiar Love Song by Arlene James:

The breakup of a marriage is traumatic for all involved, and even twenty-five years later the ramifications can be huge, especially if secrets remain untold, issues unresolved and wounds unhealed. Both Wyatt and Maggs think they’ve moved on until they’re brought together again by a battle of the bands contest, of all things. The attraction and feelings are still there. They’re both older, wiser and Christians now. Yet, the failures, secrets and pains of the past follow them into the present. Maggs knows that her mistakes and secrets could well doom her second chance at love with only mans he’s ever wanted, but she’s driven to make right what she did wrong in the past. For Wyatt, Maggs is like that unforgettable old love song that he could never get out of his mind or heart, the one he just keeps hearing, singing and playing over and over again––until he discovers just how deep her betrayals have been. Faith has brought him from the brink of alcoholism and her from the edge of despair and madness, but can it produce the supernatural kind of forgiveness necessary to let love thrive? And will the disappointment waiting for them destroy all the progress they’ve made, alone and together?

Check out A Familiar Love Song on Amazon