Happy New Year!
I have had an eventful and rather incredible 2014. I traveled so many places and met so many amazing readers and writers. I have developed friendships with people I never would have met otherwise, and found encouragement and inspiration everywhere I went.
One thing I discovered by traveling was that I seem to be unable to write in a hotel room. I thought I would be able to spend all that time away from my home, family, and responsibilities and just delve into writing projects. It turns out that wasn’t the case, and my writing goals got shifted every month.
Despite that, even with traveling two or three times a month, I released Iron Skillet Man, the Stark Truth About Pepper and Pots; A Carol for Kent, Book 3 in the Song of Suspense Series; and started the serialized story of Virtues and Valor by releasing Temperance’s Trial, Homeland’s Hope, Charity’s Code, and A Parcel for Prudence.
In 2015, I have a lot more writing coming to me than traveling. I will be releasing the rest of the Virtues and Valor series starting with book 5, Grace’s Ground War, on January 19th, Mission of Mercy on February 17th, and the conclusion, Flight of Faith, on March 17th.
In 2015, I’ll also be publishing the 4th Song of Suspense book, A Harmony for Steve.
After Harmony releases, I’ll be working on another sibling trilogy similar in style and genre to The Jewel Series about triplet Russian brothers. I’m very excited about that trilogy and pray that it is as emotionally charged as the Jewels have proven to be.
I’ll be bringing you regular character interviews. If you have a favorite character, send me a question to ask them in their interview!
And, as always, I’ll have regular Christian author guests and fantastic giveaways.
Thank you for starting the year with me. I hope that you have a fabulous year ahead and look forward to sharing it with you!
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