Join me to celebrate two book releases. Beauty for Ashes released on April 26, and The Least of These is now available for pre-sale. It comes out on May 31st. So dress in your most comfy PJ’s, fix a cup of tea, and join me online. There will be a chance to win free books, a $10 gift card to Amazon, and another to Starbucks. Just click on the banner on my Facebook page or the Facebook Event page and join the conversation. Here’s a copy of the link.

I’m excited to introduce my three guest authors.

Erin Unger

There’s a huge fascination with the romantic suspense genre. Erin Unger is a relatively new name who joins the ranks of Irene Hannon, Dee Henderson, and Lynette Eason. I guarantee you’ll being hearing more about her in days to come. Her newest release, Practicing Murder, will keep you on the edge of your seat.

The hills of Virginia are home to Erin, her husband, children, and grandchildren. She has not one, but two creative talents. She’s an artist as well as a writer. She paints with acrylics and has been commissioned to do two murals. She illustrated a children’s book, Memphis Learns the Hard Way.  Her true love is painting portraitures. How fun! 

I typically avoid reading books that scare me because of my propensity for nightmares. I wanted to read Practicing Murder and asked Erin if the suspense was frightening enough to trigger that. She said I better not read it. I didn’t take her advice. It was worth it!  Come join the conversation from 6:30 – 8:00 pm EST. Erin will be featured from 6:45 – 7:05 and is giving away a copy of Practicing Murder.

Christina Strickland

I met Christina when she came to my book signing for The Street Singer. She saw Kristen Heitzmann’s cover endorsement and that brought her out on a Saturday morning to purchase my book.

Christina has authored a children’s book titled Elephant Art, a perfect companion for a homeschool mom with three young children whom she calls, “three little wonder-seekers.” I love that!   She’s currently working on an adult novel. When Christina isn’t writing or homeschooling, she enjoys chai, rain, ethnic foods, mountain views, white water, traveling and star-gazing. She also enjoys SUP. If you’re like me and have no idea what that is, I’ll spare you the time to look it up—stand up paddle boarding. Doesn’t that sound fun!

Join us on Tuesday, May 28th from 6:30 – 8:00 and join the conversation. Christina will be my guest from 7:05 – 7:25. She’s giving away a copy of Elephant Art to one random guest to share with a child in their life.

Kimberly Miller  

Kimberly Miller and I have a few things in common. Besides being novelists, we are both educators—I taught elementary students, she teaches college. We both worked in educational administration—I was an elementary principal and she’s a professor and department chair. And we both share the same university for our undergrad. That might not be so unusual if it were a huge renowned school, but it’s Slippery Rock University. I know, unless you’re from Pennsylvania, you’ve probably never heard of it. It’s a beautiful setting in rural PA slightly north of Pittsburgh and slightly south of Grove City College where Kimberly is a full professor.

When she’s not teaching or writing, Kim will probably be active running, walking, doing yoga, or tap dancing. How fun! Her novel, Forgiving Tess, is a delightful and emotional story of forgiveness within a relationship as well as learning to forgive yourself. Kim’s characters jump off the page and become real to readers. Join us on Tuesday, May 28th from 6:30 – 8:00 and join the conversation. Kim will be my guest from 7:25 – 7:45. She’s giving away a copy of one of her novels, Forgiving Tess or Picking Daisy, readers’ choice of digital or print.

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