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"Sometimes the hardest part isn't letting go
but rather learning to start over."
author of Young Adult fiction
This month I highlight
A Hometown Fourth of July
by June Foster and More Than Meets the Eye by Karen Witemeyer. Below is information about these books. (Disclaimer: I may not have read these releases; just letting you know about them.)
Title: A Hometown Fourth of July
Author: June Foster
Forget Me Not Romances, a division of Winged Publications
Release Date: June 2018
Only God can reveal Max's true identity so he is free to love and celebrate another Fourth.
Title: More Than Meets the Eye
Author: Karen Witemeyer
Publisher: Bethany House (Baker) Publishing
Release Date: June 2018
When her family is threatened, she doesn't expect falling in love to be her best defense.
A Novella, Kindle edition
Book #2 in The California Bound series
(Book #1 in this series is only $0.99)
Betty Campbell catches Donna's bridal bouquet but has no desire to marry, especially not to Greg Turner, whom she considers arrogant. When Greg travels from Alaska to California to be the best man in Tommy's wedding, he plans to move on as soon as possible. Then Greg meets Betty and he's drawn to her like ants to spilled sugar.
But Betty's fiery blue eyes take exception to his every word and expression! Greg seeks to discover why Betty is so hostile toward him. Misfortune and misunderstandings trigger the couple's concern for one another.
Betty's Blessing is a sweet romance romance story of unbidden love, set in 1956.
Book 1, Book 2 and Book 3 in my
West Virginia Mountains Series
now available in
eBook and paperback
Romantic Suspense by Jordyn Redwood
Jordyn Redwood is a nursing supervisor by night, suspense novelist by day. She hosts Redwood's Medical Edge, a blog devoted to hel
ping authors write medically accurate fiction. Her first two medical thrillers, Proof and Poison
garnered starred reviews from Library Journal.
Proof was shortlisted for the 2012 ForeWord Review's BOTY Award, 2013 INSPY Award and the 2013 Carol Award. Poison shortlisted for the 2014 INSPY and the 2014 Selah Award.
In addition to her novels, she blogs regularly at Redwood's Medical Edge
and the WordServe Water Cooler.
Welcome, Jordyn. If you could have dinner with one person from today or history (except Jesus) who would it be?
I've always wanted to be able to sit down with Dean Koontz, who is an author I really admire, and discuss all things writing--particularly writing suspense.
What do you enjoy doing for relaxation?
The best thing for me to do to relax is put in a suspense film or murder mystery show to watch and do some cross stitching.
What can readers who enjoy your book do to help make it successful?
Posting reviews particularly to Goodreads and Amazon is always helpful. The best thing is to post about how much you loved the book on Facebook (with a photo of you and the book of course!) and then pass it along to a friend.
Please tell us a little about your novel, Fugitive Spy.
A spy with amnesia--and a mission he can't remember
When Casper English lands in her ER with amnesia, Dr. Ashley Drager learns he has a picture of her...and the same tattoo as her long-missing father. With a dangerous man after Casper, and his memories possibly holding the key to finding Ashley's father, she secretly whisks him away from the hospital. But can she keep him alive long enough to help him regain his memories?
Where can readers find you online?
Any parting comment?
Thanks so much for hosting me!
Jordyn, my pleasure to have you visit with me and my readers!
On August 25, I'll draw a winner from current newsletter subscribers on that date to receive a paperback copy of Fugitive Spy, which Jordyn has so graciously offered.
I recently read
A Daring Venture
by Elizabeth Camden, Bethany House, 336 pages, 2018
This historical inspirational romance is the story of a sweet, but tumultuous, romance between New York's newly appointed Commissioner of Water with his inherited wealth and a European biochemist. In the early 1900s, their mutual interest in water brings them together on opposite sides in a courtroom. She's working on a new solution to safe drinking water, while he remains skeptical of her proposed process. Regardless of their professional differences, they feel a strong attraction to each other. They both fight this attraction. The story is spiced with intrigue, danger, and suspense through to the last pages. Well written with evidence of excellent historical research. A Good Read.
the first chapters of my novels and novellas on
The April 2018 newsletter winner of a copy of The Man He Never Was by James L. Rubart is Betty. Congratulations!
On August 25, 2018, I'll draw a winner from current newsletter su
bscribers on that date to receive a paperback copy of Fugitive Spy by Joydyn Redwood.
Note: To select winners in my book drawings from active subscribers of this newsletter, I use Random.org. I'll email the winner. For print copies, U.S. mailing address only. (See
for complete details.)
A man walks into a lawyer's office and asks, "How much do you charge?"
The lawyer says, "$5,000 for three questions."
"Wow, that's pretty expensive, isn't it?" the man asks.
"Yes," says the lawyer. "Now, what's your third question?"
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