Rejoicing with my friends
The last couple of weeks have been chock-full of good news for some friends of mine. In no particular order….
Amy Wallace’s debut novel, Ransomed Dreams, has been released. It’s an action-packed, suspenseful story of a young woman who lost her family but dares to dream again, with the help of an agent with the F.B.I. Crimes Against Children unit. Check it out here.
Mary E. DeMuth’s Wishing on Dandelions has been nominated for a Retailer’s Choice Award. It’s a lovely story, a sequel to Watching the Tree Limbs.
Deeanne Gist’s latest novel, Courting Trouble, is hitting the shelves. The heroine, Essie, is original, funny, and brave. Read some of Dee’s thoughts about the book here.
Suzan Robertson, Mark Bertrand, and Mike Duran have each received word that they’re having short stories published in Coach’s Midnight Diner, which is affiliated with Relief Journal.
Mark Bertrand’s nonfiction book, Rethinking Worldview, is up on Amazon. Read some of his thoughts about it here.
Deborah Gyapong’s novel, The Defilers, is a finalist in two categories for awards sponsored by The Word Guild: the mystery/suspense category, and the contemporary novel category.
Congratulations to all! And I hope I didn’t miss anybody….
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