Tell us a bit about yourself and your writing. (How did you get started? How many books have you written? Where are you on your writing journey?)
I knew from an early age that I wanted to be a writer. When I was in grade school, I remember holding one of my mother’s paperback books and telling her that when I grew up I wanted to write books. I didn’t actually start writing until later in life and have three books: two that are published and one targeted for this fall. I’m really excited about my writing journey and feel like I’m just getting started. There are many more books that I’d like to write.
What is your favorite Bible verse?
“For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to.” Eph. 2:10
What have you read lately that you would recommend?
“Hope” by Josephine Walker. It’s a Christian Mystery. I enjoyed the mystery/suspense part of the story so much, and I loved the characters.
What book are you featuring today?
An Irish Heart – A Christian Romantic Comedy
Successful advertising manager, Greta Conner travels to Ireland to fulfill a last wish from her mother. After arriving in Ireland, she is drawn to a colorful village named Angel’s Hollow. When a dark-haired stranger approaches and calls her by another name, Greta is intrigued to discover she’s the image of Adean O’Riain’s ex-girlfriend. Does she have a close relative unknown to her?
Aedan can’t understand his misfortune. Along with near bankruptcy in his future, his ex is trying to fool him by claiming she’s Greta Conner from the States. Is it some sort of plot to further ruin his reputation? Adding to his angst, his brother, Reece, insists on dating Greta if Aedan will not. All will certainly be lost if Reece falls into her plans.
Angel’s Hollow becomes like home for Greta, and there’s no one her heart loves more than Aedan. But will an unknown twin threaten all she’s longed for?
If you could tell people who are going to read/have read your books one thing, what would it be?
My motivation is writing an entertaining, uplifting book that Christians can enjoy and share with friends. It’s my hope and prayer that the stories (in a non-preachy way) would direct the reader to thoughts about God and his great love for us.
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