New Release by Margaret Daley: Stolen, Book 5 Everyday Heroes

»Posted on Oct 9, 2019 in Blog | 0 comments

Stolen, Book 5 in Everyday Heroes Series—on pre-order now and will release October 25th By Margaret Daley Second Chance. Stalking. Murder. Dr. Sarah Collins, a counselor and single mom, is shaken to her core when one of her patients is murdered. While caring for the victim’s young daughter and the crime’s sole witness, Candy, Sarah’s normally calm life becomes a nightmare from which she can’t escape. Her terror further escalates when it becomes clear that whoever stabbed Candy’s mother is still searching for something.    Detective Nick Davidson is assigned to the case. When his best friend as a child was kidnapped and never found, Nick was determined to become a police officer. His job comes first in his life, but the mysterious...

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October 2019 Christian Fiction New Releases

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October 2019 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Biblical Fiction: Lioness: Mahlah’s Journey by Barbara M. Britton — To keep her orphaned sisters together, Mahlah must seek what has never been granted to girls, an inheritance of God’s Promised Land. (Biblical from Harbourlight Books [Pelican]) Contemporary Romance: Hiding from Christmas by Alice K. Arenz — No matter how hard she tries, Maddie Kelley can’t seem to fit in at Ornamental, a company founded by her great grandfather and his best friend. Now, after yet another screw-up, she’s been sent into the “enemy’s” camp—two hours away from home for the next two months. A punishment or a blessing? Her life is turned upside down when the...

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A New Release—Cold Pursuit—by Gayla K. Hiss

»Posted on Oct 6, 2019 in Blog | 0 comments

  Yellowstone, the Perfect Place for Romantic Suspense By Gayla K. Hiss  Yellowstone National Park is a favorite of mine. One of my most memorable trips there was in winter, when my husband and I took a guided tour. It inspired me to write a fictional story, which became my romantic suspense book, COLD PURSUIT, the fourth in my Peril in the Park series. Here are five reasons why Yellowstone is the perfect setting for it: Awesome Surroundings. With its vast array of spectacular features like the Rocky Mountains, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, and remarkable geyser basins, Yellowstone is one of our most beautiful national parks. But beneath the stunning landscape is an active supervolcano with a network of channels that funnel superheated water to the...

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Read a Book, Help a Cowboy by Shanna Hatfield

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Read a Book, Help A Cowboy For most rodeo athletes it is a matter of when they get hurt, not if. Many are uninsured and for those who find themselves out of work for months on end, the injury can be devastating physically, emotionally, and financially. That’s where the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund steps in. The JCCF provides financial assistance to rodeo athletes who’ve sustained catastrophic injuries that leave them unable to compete for an extended time. Rather than worry about how they’ll pay their bills, they can focus on healing.     Because she grew up around cowboys and loves to include them in the stories she writes, author Shanna Hatfield supports the JCCF through her Read a Book, Help A Cowboy campaign. In its sixth year, the campaign raises...

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How Writers Add Flair to TheirFall Social Media Posts by DiAnn Mills

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How Writers Add Flair to TheirFall Social Media Posts by DiAnn Mills It may be nearing 100° where you live, but school is in session for most and the theme is fall for our northern hemisphere. Social media is transitioning from juicy strawberries and plump blueberries to apples and pumpkins. Even if we don’t feel like turning our thoughts toward autumn, the calendar indicates it’s time. The following ideas may help you with your fall social media posts. Transition into the season with color.That seems like a no-brainer, but color is emotional, and the warm shades of orange paired with gold, brown, and scarlet coax the reader into a psychological change of season. When the opportunity arises, look at background and font colors. Switch to fall images for memes. The...

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Christian Fiction New Releases for September 2019

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September 2019 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Reunited in the Rockies by Mindy Obenhaus — For widow Kayla Bradshaw, restoring a historic Colorado hotel means a better life for her and her soon-to-arrive baby. But she needs construction help from Jude Stephens, the love she lost through a misunderstanding. Working with Kayla, the police officer finds himself forgiving her—and longing to rebuild her shattered confidence. But can they trust each other enough to forge a future together? (Contemporary Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin]) A Man to Trust by Carrie Turansky — After years spent helping manage her family’s Christian bookstore, it’s time...

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