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 write about surrender issues and include a chocolate mention, too. I have a 3 book series based in the Adirondack Mountains. Entrusted is available now, Entangled is the new release, and Engaged is coming soon. I also co wrote The Heart Seekers series through Write Integrity Press and A Walk in the Valley, a workbook to journey through healing through infertility, through Chalfont Publishing. My plan is to continue to write stories that encourage readers to find freedom through surrender.
What is your favorite Bible verse?
I have so many favorite verses. My life verse is Proverbs 3:5-6.
What have you read lately that you would recommend?
I finished the Armor of God Bible study by Priscilla Shirer and it's a life changer. I highly recommend it. I also read Colleen Coble's Mermaid Moon and really enjoyed it.
What book are you featuring today?
Here is the blurb of my book, Entrusted:
Jenna Anderson, sassy city-girl, plows—literally—into Speculator Falls with a busted GPS, arriving in town as the new senior center director. She has only one goal—that of belonging no matter how out of place she appears and how angry she makes town councilman and grocer Ben Regan. Her new life is so rural there are no traffic lights, and when she learns her car isn’t equipped to handle the mountain terrain, Ben’s grandmother offers her late husband’s vehicle, further alienating the local businessman. As she endears herself to the seniors at the center and creates a vision full of ideas, programs, and equipment, she ruffles Ben’s plans to keep Speculator Falls void of change, including the store his grandfather built. The two work through community events and shared heartbreak only to face off in a town council meeting where Ben publicly rejects her proposal for the senior center, causing Jenna to react out of her fears about belonging. She returns to Ohio where she realizes she needs to surrender her plans for the center and fears about belonging and trust her Heavenly Father when facing fear, change, loss, and love.
If you could tell people who are going to read/have read your books one thing, what would it be?
I'd love for readers to know no matter what they have done, the forgiveness Christ give is real and everlasting. Walk in that freedom. He has abundantly given that to you!
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