So, the Romantic Suspense category came up and I won! Word of Honor is the 2023 Best Romantic Suspense Novel in the Carol Awards. Ya’ll – this is like the Oscars of Christian Fiction.
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We have intentionally kept the details of what happened to our son Johnathan Eugene Bridgeman – “Jeb” – quiet because there was an active police investigation. We felt it was better to wait until everything was finalized. Gregg found out yesterday that the investigation is closed. I feel like it’s important to share, because there seem to be a lot of rumors and gossip around the driver and/or around Jeb.
So, while it’s completely written, it’s not completely ready to sell. And, quite frankly, I don’t know when that will happen. I have absolutely NO creative juices in me right now. In fact, just this email has been sitting half-written for about a week because I just haven’t had it in me to finish it.
On May 25th, he would have been 15. To celebrate his birthday and to honor Memorial Day, I’m offering An Aria for Nick for just 99 cents. This deal is only good on my website. It will remain the standard $6.99 everywhere else. The sale will end Monday at midnight.
Gregg drove Scott and me to the scene which was just over a mile away. I frantically tried to get Kaylee or her husband on the phone. We arrived and Gregg told us to stay in the van while he went to talk to the Police officers.
Not far away, a sheet covered a tiny body that was far too small to possibly be covering the six foot tall man-boy I had just given a hug.
The good news about Love Makes Way is that it’s written! All 20 chapters are complete. The story is fantastic and so much fun. It is simply not edited yet. And by not edited I mean what’s written is my first, rough draft, filled with notes about research to myself and gaps in story because I know I wanted something there but didn’t really know what yet.