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What book should you read next? What words should you write next? Whether you're a reader, a writer, or both, you need look no further for ideas and pointers to help you make up your mind. You might even get your next book for free--and signed by the author!

Sometimes I even give away my own novels. My Inspirational romances and devotionals are pictured below and are detailed on my Books page. You can always count on a trace of humor in my novels and nonfiction. Whether you're a teen or a woman mature in years, I think these stories will ring true.

Read on, and discover some of today's most appealing Inspirational novelists, their latest books, and their words of wisdom and imagination. Enjoy!

Monday, March 30, 2020

Short-term Sale on Two More of My Novels!

For the second week in a row, I hope to provide you some accessible fun over our period of lockdown. I'm dropping my book prices. For just three more days--through Thursday, April 2--both Beach Dreams and Sunset Beach are available in e-book format for only 99 cents each. (I'll continue to feature other books at sale prices next week.)

Here is the summary of each of these romantic comedies:

Beach Dreams

“So, what do I do? Just give up? Avoid him? Stop brushing my teeth and wearing deodorant? He’s so sweet. And when he says something in that cute accent and looks at me with those long-lashed blue eyes and those dimples and that cleft thingy in his chin, and have you noticed how perfect his nose is?”

Tiffany LeBoeuf has a problem. She has lost her job, her mother has recently passed away, and she has zero social life. And then she meets Jeremy Beckett. But Tiff is a new Christian and knows she shouldn’t be attracted to this unbelieving (but charming!) Brit.

And then there’s Eve….Jeremy’s girlfriend.

When Tiffany reserves a cozy beach house in San Diego for a much-needed retreat, a mix-up causes a double booking, and Tiffany ends up sharing the beach house with Eve. When Jeremy arrives to surprise Eve, he surprises Tiffany, as well.

As Jeremy settles in at the beach house next door, events and secrets unravel that surprise everyone.

"Trish Perry’s Beach Dreams tells the touching and humorous story about how God uses even our mistakes to bring about His divine purposes."

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Sunset Beach

Sonny Miller, a recent college graduate with plans to get her master’s degree in psychology, intends to resolve some family drama and put her academic interests to the test. She cleverly invites her mother, Teresa, and her mother’s estranged twin, Aunt Melanie, to a quiet and quirky California beach house. They both show up...and with surprises of their own. Teresa, a successful classical singer, brings her latest protégé, Irina, and Melanie brings along secrets about Teresa and the identity of Sonny’s long-gone father.

The strong personalities cause some big waves, and Sonny is in over her head. Soon she is drawn to Irina and Irina’s charming brother, Grigori. Her faith is strengthened by their story of being adopted as children from a Russian orphanage by a Christian couple from America.

Readers will love being a guest alongside these characters. Between each sunrise and sunset is another day for healing, laughter, rediscovering the importance of family, and embracing the hope of God’s care.

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I hope you'll take advantage of these stories while they're so readily available. And please read below about this week's featured author, Terri Wangard!

Terri Wangard and Free Books!

Sailing on the Lusitania is a dream-come-true for Rosaleen and Geoff Bonnard, but their journey turns into a nightmare. Will they ever find their joy again?

Before we chat with today's author, I want to announce that the winner of the free copy of Jeanette Morris's Young Adult novel, Her Shining Eyes, is:

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Congratulations! I'll be in touch with you via email, and we'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now let's meet novelist Terri Vanguard, author of the historical novel, Roll Back the Clouds (Independently published, March 2020).

Terri Wangard grew up in Green Bay, Wisconsin, during the Lombardi Glory Years. Her first Girl Scout badge was the Writer. These days she is writing historical fiction, and won the 2013 Writers on the Storm contest and 2013 First Impressions, as well as being a 2012 Genesis finalist.

Holder of a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s degree in library science, she lives in Wisconsin. Her research included going for a ride in a WWII B-17 Flying Fortress bomber.

Classic Boating Magazine, a family business since 1984, keeps her busy as an associate editor.

Please tell us one random thing we might not know about you.

I swam competitively on the Green Bay YMCA swim team and missed going to Nationals by one second.

Wow. Sometimes a second holds such importance!

Please tell us a bit more about the plot of Roll Back the Clouds.

Geoff and Rosaleen Bonnard receive a once-in-a-lifetime voyage to England aboard the fabled Lusitania in 1915. Europe is embroiled in war, but that shouldn't affect a passenger liner.

As they approach Ireland, a German submarine hurtles a torpedo into the grand ship. Rosaleen scrambles into a lifeboat, but where is her husband? She searches the morgues in Queenstown, heartsick at recognizing so many people. Geoff is finally located in a Cork hospital, alive but suffering a back injury.

While waiting for him to recover, Rosaleen is thrilled to meet her mother’s family, but a dark cloud hovers over her. The battered faces of dead babies haunt her. She sinks into depression, exasperated by Geoff’s new interest in religion. Her once happy life seems out of reach.

What is it about Rosaleen that will make your readers care about her?

Rosaleen is full of excitement about their voyage, but has to deal with a nemesis who loves to torment her. She refuses to cower though. She cares about people, shown in her concern for the maid and her rescue of the baby. She’s lost and distraught when Geoff is missing. She wants to meet her mother’s family, but her insecurity shows. She’s frustrated at changes in their lives. Readers should be able to relate to her. She’s someone you’d want as a friend.

She sounds as if she experiences struggles many readers will recognize from their own lives, but for different reasons. 

What is something you’ve thanked God for this week?

A pain-free night. Most mornings, I wake up with a headache.

What is the last novel you read that you would recommend?

Being Known, by Robin Jones Gunn. Four close friends provide a safe haven of encouragement and vulnerability that is a godsend when life gets messy. To have such close friends is a blessing beyond compare; a very heart-warming story. (Releases April 28.)

What are you working on now?

A companion book to Roll Back the Clouds, which features Geoff and Rosaleen’s next-door neighbors, Peter and Maren Bloch. Maren’s family immigrated from Germany a few years before WWI, and she has to face the anti-German hysteria on her own when Peter goes off to war.

Where else can readers find you online?

Facebook
Twitter: @terriwangard
Goodreads
Instagram: @terriwangard
Pinterest
Website: www.terriwangard.com

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Finally, what question would you like to ask my readers?

The Lusitania was nothing like the cruise ships of today. If you enjoy cruising, what do you like best? If you haven’t cruised, what would you most like to experience?

Clearly, readers, I interviewed Terri before the Corona Virus hit us all. Hopefully, the cruise industry will eventually rebound from its current troubles (along with just about every industry in the world). Let's assume that rebound, in answering Terri's question.

Thanks, Terri, for visiting and telling us about yourself and your book. Readers, Terri has offered to give away a free copy of her book. To enter, leave a comment and your email below in answer to her question, above. "Please enter me" won't get you entered. Remember that U.S. subscribers are entered an additional time in each drawing. The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com.

Only United States residents are eligible for the drawing, but anyone can subscribe to the blog posts via the GDPA-compliant Feedblitz box above my list of books, at right.

Also readers, I'd love it if you'd connect with me on Facebook. Just click on my name at the right of today's post title.

Annoying legal disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases; drawings void where prohibited; open only to U.S. residents; the odds of winning depend upon the number of participants. See full disclaimer, GDPA notice, and my Disclosure of Material Connection HERE

Monday, March 23, 2020

Short-term Sale on Two of My Novels!

In order to provide you some accessible fun over our period of lockdown, I'm dropping my book prices. For just two more days--through Wednesday, March 25--both The Guy I'm Not Dating and Too Good to Be True are available in e-book format for only 99 cents each. (I'll feature other books afterward.)

Here is the summary of each of these romantic comedies:

The Guy I'm Not Dating

"Yowza!" exclaims Kara Richardson when she sees the handsome proprietor of the new delicatessen in town, Gabe Paolino—who soon expresses mutual interest. This would be the start of a perfect love story, except for one thing—Kara has vowed to stop dating until she feels God's leading.

But when humorous circumstances send Kara and Gabe on a road trip to Florida, hope springs anew. Even with Kara's flirtatious coworker Tiffany—"a hyena in heels"—along for the ride, the uncouple begins a lively journey that could change their paths forever.

This memorable, charming story of love's persistence captures the honor of waiting on God's timing, and the adventure of finding the perfect guy to not date.

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Too Good to Be True

Trish Perry, author of the charming novel The Guy I’m Not Dating, follows up with a contemporary, humorous tale of how love and life unfold in surprising ways.

Rennie Young, heroine of Too Good to Be True, meets the gallant Truman Sayers after she faints in the boys’ department of the local super store. Despite this unromantic introduction, Tru Sayers, a handsome young labor–and–delivery nurse, seems like a gift from God. But a recent divorce and other life disappointments cause Ren to question whether she can trust her heart and God.

This clever novel encourages readers to lean on God’s leading and to be open to life after the hurt—even when it seems too good to be true.

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I hope you'll take advantage of these stories while they're so readily available. And please read below about this week's featured author, Jeanette Morris!

Jeanette Morris and Free Books!

Sometimes pain opens the soul.

Before we chat with today's author, I want to announce that the winner of the free copy of Denise Weimer's romantic suspense novel, Traces, is:

lhanberry1@...

Congratulations! I'll be in touch with you via email, and we'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now let's meet novelist Jeannette Morris, author of the Young Adult novel, Her Shining Eyes, (Bold Vision Books, September 2019).

Jeannette is a freelance writer/editor, traveler, fisherwoman, missionary to Russia, wife, mother, grandmother, friend, voracious reader, and slow-but-sure knitter.

In her second-half adventure, she's writing novels, exploring the world, trying to stay fit and healthy, and letting go of past labels and failures. These may be her "golden years," but Jeannette believes the best is ahead. Her story is still being written!

Please tell us one random thing we might not know about you.

I stood beside Lynda Carter (Wonder Woman) in 1972 when she sang at my roommate’s wedding reception.

Beautiful woman. I see that Wonder Woman first aired in 1975, so that must have been right before her fame kicked in. You knew her when! 

Please tell us a bit more about the plot of Her Shining Eyes.

Fourteen-year old Irina Kotova’s life as a promising violinist collapses in sync with the demise of the Soviet Union. After her father is killed in a bar fight, her ailing mother is hauled off to jail without explanation. Now considered an orphan, Irina is forced to live in a boarding school where Russia’s throwaway kids are abandoned and forgotten.

Irina is constantly tormented by Vadim Solokov, a mean-spirited hooligan who takes great pleasure in reminding her that nobody cares about them. Irina is convinced he is right, and the not-so-mysterious theft of her precious violin seals her resolve to escape the school or die trying. Her despondency over losing her parents and bitterness toward Vadim threaten her very existence.

Only the kindness of Anastasia, an interpreter Irina met by chance, sparks a glint of hope that life could possibly be worth fighting for.

What is it about Irina that will make your readers care about her?

Irina is trapped inside a body she despises and in circumstances beyond her control. She is talented, thoughtful, and afraid. Irina wants to please others, but the path to belonging eludes her.

What is something you’ve thanked God for this week?

Losing another pound! And receiving an incredibly moving new endorsement for my book.

A good loss and a better gain. That's what I call a great day.

What is the last novel you read that you would recommend?

A Room of My Own, by Ann Tatlock. I found this compelling historical fiction novel to be a master class in story structure and characterization. I loved the protagonist, Virginia. She demonstrated both the angst of a teenager in a tough situation as well as the grit to follow her heart. The period of the Great Depression always strikes a note of sympathy with me as my parents were children during that time. They kept their stories a bit closer to their chests than I would have liked, but after reading A Room of My Own, I understood why.

Yes, my dad was a kid during the Great Depression. The hardships of that era created very strong but stoic people. 

Where else can readers find you online?

My author website is www.jeanette-morris.com. I’m active on Facebook (Jeanette Atwood Morris), Twitter (@jemorris1), Instagram (jeanette.a.morris.7), in the ACFW Facebook group as well as Avid Readers of Christian Fiction (also on Facebook), Goodreads (Jeanette Morris).

The book can be purchased online via the following button:



If you would like to read a sample from the book, you can find it HERE (scroll to "Look Inside")

Finally, what question would you like to ask my readers?

Dear readers! What draws you to stories set in foreign countries? Or, if you are not drawn to such stories, why not?

Thanks, Jeanette, for visiting and telling us about yourself and your book. Readers, Jeanette has offered to give away a free copy of her book. To enter, leave a comment and your email below in answer to her question, above. "Please enter me" won't get you entered. Remember that U.S. subscribers are entered an additional time in each drawing. The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com.

Only United States residents are eligible for the drawing, but anyone can subscribe to the blog posts via the GDPA-compliant Feedblitz box above my list of books, at right.

Also readers, I'd love it if you'd connect with me on Facebook. Just click on my name at the right of today's post title.

Annoying legal disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases; drawings void where prohibited; open only to U.S. residents; the odds of winning depend upon the number of participants. See full disclaimer, GDPA notice, and my Disclosure of Material Connection HERE

Monday, March 16, 2020

Denise Weimer and Free Books!

Even if she evades The Eye, someone wants her silenced.

Before we meet today's author, I want to announce that the winner of the free copy of Susan Page Davis's historical romance collection, The Mail-Order Standoff, is:

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Congratulations! I'll be in touch with you via email, and we'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now let's chat with novelist Denise Weimer, author of the romantic suspense novel, Traces (BLING! Romance, Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, March 2020).

Denise Weimer writes historical and contemporary romance and romantic suspense set in her home state of Georgia. She’s authored eleven novels and a number of novellas.

As a managing editor for the historical imprints of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, she also helps others reach their publishing dreams.

A wife and mother of two daughters, Denise always pauses for coffee, chocolate, and old houses.

Please tell us one random thing we might not know about you.

I used to participate in living history and led a mid-1800s vintage dance group. That kinda ties in with writing, though, I guess, because it really proved inspirational for my historical novels.

Because I lived most of my life in Northern Virginia, I've seen plenty of living history groups reenacting Civil War battles, but I've never see vintage dance groups. What fun!

Please tell us a bit more about the plot of Traces.

When a failed romance and a $500,000 prize lure Kate Carson into participating in the reality TV show, Traces, the least she expects is to pick her partner. After all, she’s the PR spokeswoman of the company that derived a thirteen-lens, rotating camera from military use and installed it atop Atlanta’s tallest skyscraper. But she never would have chosen to evade techno hunters for twenty days with “G.I. Joe.”

Stoic, ex-military Alex Mitchell is the sort of man she always vowed to avoid, while the shadows of Alex’s past cause him to spurn emotional involvement. When Kate’s insider knowledge makes her a target of someone more threatening than game show hunters, Alex offers her only hope to reveal the dark plans of proponents of The Eye.

What is it about Kate Carson that will make your readers care about her?

Kate Carson initially strikes her partner for the reality TV show, Traces, as picky and perfectionistic. In fact, Alex calls her “Red the SurveyCorp Poster Girl.” He can’t fathom why producers would pair someone with his military and security training with a ginger-haired, high-heel-wearing beauty who works in PR for the very company that made the technology they’re tasked to evade. Indeed, darting through Atlanta’s Underground and homeless shelters to evade surveillance does seem to bring out the worst in Kate. But gradually, Alex learns her perfect façade shields insecurity and guilt over past failure in life. With his support, Kate learns she’s more capable than she’d ever dreamed … even to the point of putting her life at risk to protect the secret she carries.

My hope is that readers can relate to characters who struggle with a weakness or past hurt, but who rise to challenges, grow, and change through God’s power.

What is something you’ve thanked God for this week?

For the way I’ve seen Him provide, direct, and answer prayer in the lives of my daughters. Very specifically!

Very little makes us moms happier than seeing our children blessed.

What is the last novel you read that you would recommend?

Most of my reading time is for editing or author endorsement purposes, but the last book I read for enjoyment that I would definitely recommend was Mist O'er the Voyageur, by Naomi Musch. It’s just the sort of immersive, action-packed frontier historical romance I go for—and also enjoy writing myself.

What are you working on now?

Currently, editing projects, and marketing for Traces and my other March release, Spring Splash, require most of my time. Here’s the blurb for Spring Splash:

When an injury sidelines college swimmer Anna Callaway, her dreams are crushed. She pours herself into her sports marketing practicum, helping a local special needs organization promote their athletic event. What she doesn’t expect is a swim team ripe for the Special Olympics—and their handsome but stubborn coach.

Craig Holt has dealt with eager and ignorant volunteers before. No matter how determined or persuasive uptight Anna might be about coaching his team to the Special Olympics, he has no intention of allowing her to raise the hopes of his swimmers, his sister, or his guarded heart.

Then Anna herself gets a second chance at becoming a champion. Will she pursue her lifelong goals or make room for a new dream?

After fifteen years as a swim mom, this novel is dedicated to my daughters and holds a special place in my heart. I’m also focusing my attention right now on my younger daughter, a high school senior completing her final swim season and heading toward graduation. My days with her are limited.

Where else can readers find you online?

Monthly Newsletter Sign-up
Website: deniseweimerbooks.webs.com
Facebook
Twitter
BookBub

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You can read a sample of the book HERE (click on "Look Inside")

Finally, what question would you like to ask my readers?

What do you think about the premise for Traces? Does the concept of The Eye seem realistic to you? Believe it or not, it’s based on actual military technology that was also used to surveille the Rio Olympics.

Thanks, Denise, for visiting and telling us about yourself and your book. Readers, Denise has offered to give away a free copy of her book. To enter, leave a comment and your email below in answer to her question, above. "Please enter me" won't get you entered. Remember that U.S. subscribers are entered an additional time in each drawing. The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com.

Only United States residents are eligible for the drawing, but anyone can subscribe to the blog posts via the GDPA-compliant Feedblitz box above my list of books, at right.

Also readers, I'd love it if you'd connect with me on Facebook. Just click on my name at the right of today's post title.

Annoying legal disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases; drawings void where prohibited; open only to U.S. residents; the odds of winning depend upon the number of participants. See full disclaimer, GDPA notice, and my Disclosure of Material Connection HERE

Monday, March 9, 2020

Susan Page Davis and Free Books!

Rachel Paxton turned down a suitor. Why on earth would he give her his ranch?

Before we chat with today's author, I want to announce that the winner of the free copy of Becky Van Vleet's children's picture book, Talitha, the Traveling Skirt, is:

sugarpyhuny@...

Congratulations! I'll be in touch with you via email, and we'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now let's revisit with novelist Susan Page Davis, author of the historical romance, The Bride Who Declined, in the novella collection, The Mail-Order Standoff (Barbour, Feb 2020).


Susan Page Davis is the author of more than 90 Christian novels and novellas. She’s a winner of the Carol Award, two Faith, Hope, and Love Readers’ Choice Awards, and two Will Rogers Medallions.

She lives in western Kentucky with her husband Jim. They have six children and ten grandchildren.

Please tell us one random thing we might not know about you.

My older sister named me. She was seven at the time.

What a privilege your parents granted her! You could have been Teddy Bear Page Davis, or something like that.

Please tell us a bit more about the plot of The Bride Who Declined.

Rachel Paxton turns down a man who proposes to her as a mail-order bride. After all he’s told her about Texas and his ranch, she’s not sure she’s ready to leave Boston, the only world she’s ever known. But a few months later, she is notified that Randolph has died and left his ranch to her, provided she goes to Texas and lives on it for a month.

What is it about Rachel that will make your readers care about her?

Rachel wants to do what’s right. She a little excited about the ranch, but more fearful. She’s not sure she wants to—or should—be the owner. But she’s willing to give it a try and explore what Randolph’s hopes were for her.

I like Randolph. He sounds like a forgiving and generous man.

What is something you’ve thanked God for this week?

We drive old cars. This week something was wrong, and we thought it might be fairly complicated and expensive to fix, but it turned out to be minor. Jim and I were very thankful for that!

That's not a little thing, either. Cars can be so frustratingly expensive.

What is the last novel you read that you would recommend?

I’ve been reading a lot of mysteries lately, and my husband and I both enjoy the Lady Hardcastle Mysteries, by T.E. Kinsey. They’re secular books, but so far they’re clean and fun.

What are you working on now?

My son Jim and I are finishing up The Scottish Lass, book 2 in our Hearts of Oak series. It’s different from my other books—female sailors in the 1850s, exotic locations, pirates, just all around good fun.

Where else can readers find you online?

Website: susanpagedavis.com
Twitter: @SusanPageDavis
Facebook
Newsletter

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Readers, if you would like to read a sample from the collection, you can find it HERE (click on "Look Inside")

Finally, what question would you like to ask my readers?

It’s been an odd winter where I live. What are you most looking forward to as spring approaches?

Thanks, Susan, for visiting and telling us about yourself and your book. Readers, Susan has offered to give away a free copy of her book. To enter, leave a comment and your email below in answer to her question, above. "Please enter me" won't get you entered. Remember that U.S. subscribers are entered an additional time in each drawing. The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com.

Only United States residents are eligible for the drawing, but anyone can subscribe to the blog posts via the GDPA-compliant Feedblitz box above my list of books, at right.

Also readers, I'd love it if you'd connect with me on Facebook. Just click on my name at the right of today's post title.

Annoying legal disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases; drawings void where prohibited; open only to U.S. residents; the odds of winning depend upon the number of participants. See full disclaimer, GDPA notice, and my Disclosure of Material Connection HERE

Monday, March 2, 2020

Becky Van Vleet and Free Books!

Who could guess that Talitha is anything more than an ordinary skirt?

Before we meet today's author, I want to announce that the winner of the free copy of Nike Chillemi's inspirational mystery/crime novel, Acts of Malice, is:

kmb14787@...

Congratulations! I'll be in touch with you via email, and we'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now let's meet novelist Becky Van Vleet, author of the children's picture book, Talitha, the Traveling Skirt (for ages 3-8) (Elk Lake Publishing Inc., August 2019).

Becky Van Vleet is a retired teacher and principal. She and her husband make their home in Colorado Springs, where Becky enjoys gardening and hiking and biking in the great outdoors.

Becky was inspired to write her first children’s picture book about Talitha to preserve a true family story. Becky is the mother of four adult daughters, each of whom also wore Talitha. To date, five of Becky’s granddaughters have also worn the little skirt.

She has another children’s picture book coming out in August of 2020, Harvey, the Traveling Harmonica. Her website is dedicated to creating and preserving family memories which she is passionate about.

Becky relishes spending time with her family and especially reading books to her grandchildren.

Please tell us one random thing we might not know about you.

I enjoy lap swimming two mornings a week at 6:00 AM. Boy, do I ever wake up on those two days!

And you live in Colorado? I'm shivering just thinking about trying to stay warm those mornings.

Please tell us a bit more about the plot of Talitha, the Traveling Skirt.

Who could guess that Talitha is anything more than an ordinary skirt? Well, I could! You see, I have watched the history of this little skirt unfold in my lifetime for three generations.

A little red plaid skirt began traveling within my family in 1948 and has continued to travel across the country for more than 70 years. I was inspired to write this children’s story to preserve my family history.

Talitha’s name means “little girl” from Mark, chapter four, in the New Testament. Early learning, family life, family traditions, and imagination are key concepts in my picture book. Discussion questions are included to inspire dialogue and to check comprehension.

What is it about Talitha that will make your readers care about her?

As I wrote this children’s book, inspired by a true family story, I decided to write a fun, imaginary tale in which the skirt is the main character. Children will care about Talitha because she encounters problems when she least expects them and overcomes. Talitha loves all the little girls in her special family and never wants to be lost or forgotten. I believe all young children desire to give and receive love within their families and wish to belong. They never want to be lost nor forgotten.

What is something you’ve thanked God for this week?

Just a couple of days ago, my 7-year-old grandson and I were talking about our blessings. When I asked Julius what his blessings were, he gave me such a sweet and sincere reply. When he later went home, I thanked God for my grandson’s young faith and understanding of family blessings.

It really is a comfort when you know your children and grandchildren love the Lord.

What is the last novel you read that you would recommend?

I recently finished reading Callie by Sharon Srock. I was encouraged by Callie, the main character, as she worked through difficult grief and never gave up hope.

What are you working on now?

I am currently working on a young adult historical fiction novel about my father’s adventures on the USS Denver in World War II. The research has been so enlightening, and I’m very thankful I recorded my father in 1990 when he was lucid and willing to share his adventures and near-death experience upon this light cruiser.

Where else can readers find you online?

beckyvanvleet.com
Facebook
Instagram
Pinterest
LinkedIn

The book can be purchased online via the following button:



If you would like to read a sample of the book, you can see it HERE

Finally, what question would you like to ask my readers?

How do you create, preserve and share memories within your families?

Thanks, Becky, for visiting and telling us about yourself and your book. Readers, Becky has offered to give away a free copy of her book. To enter, leave a comment and your email below in answer to her question, above. "Please enter me" won't get you entered. Remember that U.S. subscribers are entered an additional time in each drawing. The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com.

Only United States residents are eligible for the drawing, but anyone can subscribe to the blog posts via the GDPA-compliant Feedblitz box above my list of books, at right.

Also readers, I'd love it if you'd connect with me on Facebook. Just click on my name at the right of today's post title.

Annoying legal disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases; drawings void where prohibited; open only to U.S. residents; the odds of winning depend upon the number of participants. See full disclaimer, GDPA notice, and my Disclosure of Material Connection HERE

Monday, February 24, 2020

Nike Chillemi and Free Books!

Acts of Malice is a taut and compelling classic murder mystery with an underlying national security theme, complex interpersonal relationships, greed, dry humor, love and unrequited love, and it's uplifting.

Before we meet today's author, I want to announce that the winner of the free copy of Suzanne Woods Fisher's contemporary Amish romance, Two Steps Forward, is:

gonjessica76@...

Congratulations! I'll be in touch with you via email, and we'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now let's meet novelist Nike Chillemi, author of the inspirational mystery/crime novel, Acts of Malice (Crime Fictionista Press, November 2019).

Nike N. Chillemi writes classic murder mysteries/detective novels. It's been said she writes literature that reads like pulp fiction. Plenty of action, a dash of grit, and wry humor as her characters navigate through situations and relationships. There's usually a national security/public safety underlying theme to her work with an uplifting message. She likes her bad guys really bad, her good guys smarter and better.

Nike is the founding board member of the Grace Filled Fiction Spotlight (formerly the Grace Awards) and its Chair, a platform to promote excellence in Christian fiction. She has been a judge in mystery and thriller categories in the Carol Awards, Genesis Awards, First Impressions Awards, and also the Inspy Awards. She has a very active blog that delves into murder mystery writing, Christian fiction, and many of the challenges we all face in life.

She lives in NE coastal Florida and revels in being a Floridian. She's a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and the John 3:16 Marketing Network.

Please tell us one random thing we might not know about you.

I used to be an animal rescuer in Brooklyn (NYC) and had a small kennel in my basement. I rescued about 50 animals over several years. I still have five fifteen-year-old cats and a fifteen-year-old dog from that time. I presently feed a colony of eight stray cats who come to my door every morning and then go away after eating.

The murder mystery writer with a soft heart!

Please tell us a bit more about the plot of Acts of Malice.

Lavender Raines gets the 'doorbell ring' no wife ever wants to get. Her husband has been brutally murdered, and the FBI is more secretive than helpful. The problem is, his body was found in Caracas when she thought his business trip had taken him to New Orleans.

Mackenzie just opened a second beach resort-town restaurant, this one in Ribault Beach, Florida…but now the clandestine national security organization that from-time-to-time sends him on covert missions wants him to find Lavender's husband's killers.

Forces from within the "Deep State" have shaped circumstances that will alter the course of both their lives. Then a local man is murdered.

Lavender and Mackey are polar opposites. He is emotionally shut down about his life, but protective of others. She is a pillar of strength in her family, but distrusting of Mackey and guarded around him. Can they find common ground amidst this treachery and turmoil?

What is it about Lavender that will make your readers care about her?

Lavender has calm and calming strength. She's protective of her family, especially her college-age daughter. Thrust into the nightmare of her husband George's brutal murder, she tries to navigate through the pain with dignity, but sometimes fails. This most often occurs when she's in the company of Mackenzie, former special ops war-fighter, now restaurant owner who still has his hand in the clandestine game.

In Lavender's voice, give us a statement of what she thinks about romance (or love).

"I learned what not to do in love from my mother. I guess I do the opposite, but with her intensity."

What is the last novel you read that you would recommend?

I've been trying to get through my TBR list. I'd recommend Secrets and Lies by Janet Sketchley. I'd recommend it because the author does a fine job with characterization. From the same list, I'm presently reading Alias Raven Black by Barbara E. Brink, and I'd also recommend that…as an exciting detective story read.

What are you working on now?

I'm writing Last Days, the second in the Katerina "Kat" Andruko/Dimitri Garmonin series, also set in a Florida beach resort town. Mackenzie shows up in this one as a secondary character.

Where else can readers find you online?

Blog: Nike N. Chillemi
Amazon Author Page
Facebook
Twitter: @NikeNChillemi

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You can read a sample of the book HERE

Finally, what question would you like to ask my readers?

Have you considered reading in the classic murder mystery genre? Not necessarily my novels, even though I'd very much like that, but any good mystery where the story is driven by the main characters' search for a killer(s).

Thanks, Nike, for visiting and telling us about yourself and your book. Readers, Nike has offered to give away a free copy of her book. To enter, leave a comment and your email below in answer to her question, above. "Please enter me" won't get you entered. Remember that U.S. subscribers are entered an additional time in each drawing. The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com.

Only United States residents are eligible for the drawing, but anyone can subscribe to the blog posts via the GDPA-compliant Feedblitz box above my list of books, at right.

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Monday, February 17, 2020

Suzanne Woods Fisher and Free Books!

Back and broke in Stoney Ridge, Jimmy Fisher has coasted through life as long as he could on charm and good looks, but his smile has no effect on the violet-eyed beauty he’d met at the Bent N’ Dent.

Before we meet today's author, I want to announce that the winner of the free copy of Amanda Stevens' contemporary fantasy novel, From Sky to Sky, is:

maiajohn1@...

Congratulations! I'll be in touch with you via email, and we'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now let's meet novelist Suzanne Woods Fisher, author of the contemporary Amish romance, Two Steps Forward (Revell Books, February 2020).

Carol award winner Suzanne Woods Fisher writes stories that take you to places you’ve never visited—with characters that seem like old friends. But most of all, her books give you something to think about long after you’ve finished reading them.

With over one million copies of her books sold worldwide, Suzanne is the best-selling author of more than thirty books, ranging from non-fiction books, to children’s books, to novels.

She lives with her very big family in northern California.

Please tell us one random thing we might not know about you.

I play tennis. Quite often. My son told me recently that if I don’t respond to a text message right away, he knows that I’m either on the tennis court or I must be dead.

I have family members who are pretty much addicted to the sport, so I can imagine your passion.

Please tell us a bit more about the plot of Two Steps Forward.

Sylvie Schrock’s choice to raise her sister’s son as her own was a hard pill for her father to swallow. After he called the little boy Willie Jitmit (say that three times fast) a few too many times, she left her ultra conservative Amish community and moved to Stoney Ridge.

Next door neighbor Jimmy works on Sylvie’s farm and grows intrigued by his lovely new boss—so unlike other girls. The problem is that Jimmy’s mother can’t abide Sylvie, for many reasons, especially knowing Sylvie is, according to Jimmy, a ‘hillbilly Amish’.

What is it about Sylvie that will make your readers care about her?

A church like Sylvie’s might seem backward to outsiders like us. Those kinds of churches hold tight to tradition, resist change more than other Amish groups, and are the most restrictive to technology. They’re also more isolated.

But Sylvie Schrock’s upbringing defines her outlook in some wonderful ways. She’s kind to all and content with little, a rare quality that comes from one who has lived without creature comforts.

In Sylvie’s voice, give us a statement of what she thinks about romance (or love).

"What I need is a man of substance to help me run my business. What I got…is Jimmy Fisher."

What is the last novel you read that you would recommend?

Just finished the book Where the Crawdads Sing, by Delia Owens. It pulls you forward with that question, “What happens next?” Didn’t see that ending come, either.

I enjoyed that one as well. I look forward to the film version.

What are you working on now?

On an historical novel set in 1911 in Eastern Appalachia. It’s based on a true story about a remarkable woman, an unsung heroine. My favorite kind of story!

Where else can readers find you online?

My website is www.suzannewoodsfisher.com, and I can be easily found on Facebook and on Instagram @suzannewoodsfisher.

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Finally, what question would you like to ask my readers?

I get a lot of reader email, which I thoroughly, thoroughly enjoy. Connecting with readers is the best part of this author gig. But I’ve always wondered about something: What would make you take the time to write to an author?

Thanks, Suzanne, for visiting and telling us about yourself and your book. Readers, Suzanne has offered to give away a free copy of her book. To enter, leave a comment and your email below in answer to her question, above. "Please enter me" won't get you entered. Remember that U.S. subscribers are entered an additional time in each drawing. The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com.

Only United States residents are eligible for the drawing, but anyone can subscribe to the blog posts via the GDPA-compliant Feedblitz box above my list of books, at right.

Also readers, I'd love it if you'd connect with me on Facebook. Just click on my name at the right of today's post title.

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Monday, February 10, 2020

Amanda Stevens and Free Books!

As far as Zac Wilson knows, he can’t die—and he’s not the only one. When he meets two new ageless folk claiming others like them have died, Zac must discover if their time is finally up, or if they are being targeted by someone who knows what they are.

Before we meet today's author, I want to announce that the winner of the free copy of Nancy Moser's historical time travel novel, Where Life Will Lead Me, is:

jarning67@...

Congratulations! I'll be in touch with you via email, and we'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now let's meet novelist Amanda Stevens, author of the contemporary fantasy, From Sky to Sky (Barbour, February 2020).

As a child, Amanda G. Stevens disparaged Mary Poppins and Stuart Little because they could never happen. Now she writes speculative fiction.

She lives in Michigan and loves trade paperbacks, folk music, the Golden Era of Hollywood, and white cheddar popcorn.

Please tell us one random thing we might not know about you.

I’m a classic “old soul.” My favorite decade of mainstream music is the 1970s, and my favorite Christian music is from the 80s and 90s. Most of my favorite actors and films are from the Golden Era. My favorite TV show is Gunsmoke (the Dennis Weaver seasons).

That's a pretty eclectic combination!

Please tell us a bit more about the plot of From Sky to Sky.

Daredevil Zac Wilson isn’t the first celebrity to keep a secret from the world, but his might be the most marvelous in history: Zac doesn’t age and injuries can’t kill him. What’s more, he’s part of a close-knit group of others just like him.



Holed up in Harbor Vale, Michigan, Zac meets two more of his kind who claim others in their circle have died. Are their lifetimes finally ending naturally, or is someone targeting them—a predator who knows what they are?



The answers Zac unearths present impossible dilemmas: whom to protect, how to seek justice, how to bring peace to turmoil. His next action could fracture forever the family he longs to unite. Now might be the time to ask for help...from God Himself. But Zac’s greatest fear is facing the God he has run from for more than a century.

I really love this premise. I enjoyed the film The Age of Adeline, but the addition of a Christian level gives this idea so much more depth. 

What is it about Zac Wilson that will make your readers care about him?

Writing Zac Wilson’s point of view is both a delight and a challenge. He has lived a long time and accumulated wounds (as we all do throughout life in a broken world, but Zac’s extended lifespan means extra hurt along the way). He has outlived all his children and has fought in two wars, one of which left him with some pretty serious mental scars. But Zac is so much more than the sum of his struggles. He has a deep and tender heart that he hides behind a nonchalant façade until he can trust you. He has an insatiable sweet tooth and a need for open spaces. He loves music and physical activity.

In Zac's voice, give us a statement of what he thinks about romance (or love).

“I’m probably not the best person to quiz on that topic. My love life has been fairly stormy for longer than you’ve been alive.” < chuckles > “But in the abstract, I’d say it’s a rare and good thing. If you’ve found a person who challenges you and who’s worth that depth of soul-sharing, then you’ve found a gift worth fighting for.”

What is the last novel you read that you would recommend?

I’m currently working my way through The Lord Peter Wimsey Mysteries, by Dorothy L. Sayers as fast as I can. I absolutely love these books! The characters are drawn with subtle nuance and psychological accuracy, and I love Lord Peter and Harriet Vane. The dialogue is witty and realistic. The plots are classy and smart. Everything about this series is a win for me.

The only Dorothy Sayers novel I've read was Gaudy Night, set at Oxford. It's in the Lord Peter Wimsey series. Sayers is  excellent--as you said, smart and witty.

What are you working on now?

The third book in the No Less Days series.

Where else can readers find you online?

Facebook: Facebook
Goodreads: Goodreads

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You can read a sample of Amanda's book HERE

Finally, what question would you like to ask my readers? 

I’m always up for book recommendations! Has anyone else read Dorothy L. Sayers? If I love Lord Peter Wimsey (and the mystery genre in general, more noir less cozy), what should I read next?

Thank you, Amanda, for visiting and telling us about yourself and your book. Readers, Amanda has offered to give away a free copy of her book. To enter, leave a comment and your email below in answer to her question, above. "Please enter me" won't get you entered. Remember that U.S. subscribers are entered an additional time in each drawing. The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com.

Only United States residents are eligible for the drawing, but anyone can subscribe to the blog posts via the GDPA-compliant Feedblitz box above my list of books, at right.

Also readers, I'd love it if you'd connect with me on Facebook. Just click on my name at the right of today's post title.

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Monday, February 3, 2020

Nancy Moser and Free Books!

1879: Justine Braden brings an evil man to justice by traveling back in time to get evidence against him, setting his victims free.

Before we meet today's author, I want to announce that the winner of the free copy of Lorena McCourtney's cozy mystery, Desert Dead, is:

Libbysdragonfly@...

Congratulations! I'll be in touch with you via email, and we'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now let's meet novelist Nancy Moser, author of the historical time travel novel, Where Life Will Lead Me (Mustard Seed Press, January 2020).

Nancy Moser’s award-winning books will inspire you to discover your unique God-given purpose. Her genres include both contemporary and historical stories, inspirational humor, and children’s books.

Her newest release, Where Life Will Lead Me, showcases a woman who uses her gift of time-travel to fight injustice. Other titles include the Downton Abbey-inspired Manor House Series, and the sewing/fashion-inspired Pattern Artist series.

Nancy's historical bio-novels allow real women-of-history to share their life stories: Just Jane (Jane Austen), Mozart's Sister (Nannerl Mozart), Washington's Lady (Martha Washington) and How Do I Love Thee? (Elizabeth Barrett Browning.)

Nancy and her husband live in the Midwest with their three married children and seven grandchildren. She's earned a degree in architecture, traveled extensively in Europe, and has performed in numerous theaters, symphonies, and choirs. She knits voraciously, kills all her houseplants, and can wire an electrical fixture without getting shocked. She is a fan of anything antique--humans included.

Please tell us one random thing we might not know about you.

I’m an obsessive multi-tasker. I can’t watch TV without doing something else at the same time, I can’t take a car trip without purposely thinking of some plot-point I want to work out. I keep my mind and body busy to the point of not being able to relax easily!

I'm sure that seems like a curse at times, but I wouldn't mind more of that going on in my mind while I'm relaxing!

Please tell us a bit more about the plot of Where Life Will Lead Me.

When Justine Braden turned twenty she received the family gift of time travel. Its purpose? She is to follow God's directives and travel back in time to facilitate justice.

In 1879 Justine and her family move from New Hampshire to Lawrence, Kansas to be near her fiancé’s family. Will Justine be called upon to use her gift of time travel in this new town?

The answer is yes. Justine travels into the past to right the wrongs of one very wicked man who has brought pain and suffering to many families. The man fights against Justine’s interference, but God's justice prevails. Good conquers evil. And the victims revel in their newfound freedom.

Watch the transformation of Justine as she goes from being a spoiled socialite in 1870s New York, to a courageous woman of faith, living out her special God-given purpose.

I really love the idea of time travel to historical times. It reminds me of the popularity of the Outlander series. 

What is it about Justine that will make your readers care about her?

Justine was a spoiled socialite in 1870s NYC, yet when God calls her to action she steps up and uses her very special gift to facilitate His justice, growing in her faith, and as a woman of purpose.

In Justine's voice, give us a statement of what she thinks about romance (or love).

"I grew up wealthy, with no cares in the world. I was groomed to be the wife of a rich man-of-industry. Love involved flirtation, conquest, and submission to my parents’ choice. I never knew love could make me want to give more than take or make me willing to sacrifice my happiness for another."  

What is the last novel you read that you would recommend?

Sixteen Brides by Stephanie Grace Whitson. I love stories of women who become more than they ever knew they could be by living through trials they never thought they could conquer. In this case, on the prairie of Nebraska in the 1800s.

What are you working on now?

I’m starting a contemporary novel called Beck & Call that takes characters from my previous novels—fifteen years later—and shows them heeding God’s beck and call to follow Him and change lives in ways they never expected.

Where else can readers find you online?

www.nancymoser.com
Facebook
My Bookbub Page
Goodreads
Pinterest

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A sample of the book is available HERE

Finally, what question would you like to ask my readers?

How have your reading habits changed in the past five years—or have they?

Thank you, Nancy, for visiting and telling us about yourself and your book. Readers, Nancy has offered to give away a free copy of her book. To enter, leave a comment and your email below in answer to her question, above. "Please enter me" won't get you entered. Remember that U.S. subscribers are entered an additional time in each drawing. The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com.

Only United States residents are eligible for the drawing, but anyone can subscribe to the blog posts via the GDPA-compliant Feedblitz box above my list of books, at right.

Also readers, I'd love it if you'd connect with me on Facebook. Just click on my name at the right of today's post title.

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Monday, January 20, 2020

Lorena McCourtney and Free Books!

Ivy and Mac had planned a honeymoon. Instead, they’re up to their ears in mystery and mayhem as they search a desert ghost town for a missing dead body.

Before we meet today's author, I want to announce that the winner of the free copy of Donna Schlachter's historical mystery novel, Double Jeopardy, is:

jarning67@...

Congratulations! I'll be in touch with you via email, and we'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now let's meet novelist Lorena McCourtney, author of the cozy mystery, Desert Dead (Rogue Ridge Press, October 2019).

Lorena McCourtney has been writing for almost as long as she can remember. She started out using a degree in agriculture to work for a magazine published by a national meat-packing company, but she quickly realized a career writing about raising hogs and making sausage was not for her. She left that for marriage and motherhood, and when she returned, she knew she wanted to write fiction.

She started with short stories for children and teenagers, went on to romance short stories, then romance books. She has finally settled into what she thinks is her real calling: writing mysteries with a foundation of faith – and a dash of fun.

Lorena is married and has one son, Bill, and one granddaughter, Sabrina. Now she also has a great-grandson, Aiden. (Which always brings her the surprise realization that her son is now a grandfather.)

Lorena has lived in southern Oregon for some sixty years now, with occasional travel into the southwest and Baja.

Please tell us one random thing we might not know about you.

I’ve been married to Jim for 46 years – working on 50!

Congratulations. Enduring marriages are certainly something to admire. 

Please tell us a bit more about the plot of Desert Dead.

Seniors Ivy and Mac are in their motorhome, headed for their delayed honeymoon. Baja! Beaches and romance, sunshine and shrimp tacos! But a phone call from an old friend changes their plans. Magnolia has found a dead body. Magnolia has lost a dead body. Magnolia is in a panic.

Ivy and Mac decide a side-trip to a desert ghost town to help their friend won’t take long.

Wrong!

Because in addition to a missing dead body, there’s an old cowboy trying to revive a faded movie career. An ex-model writing the Great American Novel. Her artist boyfriend, disgruntled that his great art doesn’t sell, but his roadrunner paintings do. There’s also a two-million-dollar insurance policy, possible blackmail, and a hungry roadrunner named Harry. Plus a killer determined to put Ivy and Mac into the category of the missing dead.

That sounds like a lot of fun in one novel! 

What is it about Ivy that will make your readers care about her?

LOL (Little Old Lady) Ivy was dismayed when she first realized she seemed to have aged into invisibility, but she’s decided “invisibility” can be a handy asset when a killer is after you.

Novelist Orson Scott Card (Ender’s Game) once said, “Everybody walks past a thousand story ideas every day. The good writers are the ones who see five or six of them. Most people don’t see any.” How does that quote affect you as a writer?

I see ideas everywhere; the problem is turning an idea into a full-blown story.

You're so right. The idea is just the seed, and a lot of work is required to get that seed to blossom fully!

What is the last novel you read that you would recommend?

Elizabeth Goddard’s Always Look Twice. A great mystery and suspense story from an exceptional author.

What are you working on now?

Book #4 of the Mac ‘n’ Ivy Mysteries series, tentatively titled That’s the Way the Cookie Crumbles.

Where else can readers find you online?

My website www.lorenamccourtney.info
Facebook

The book can be purchased online via the following button:



If you would like to read a sample of Desert Dead, you can find it by clicking "Look Inside" HERE

Finally, what question would you like to ask my readers?

If you’re reading romantic suspense, which is more important to you, the romance or the mystery/suspense?

Thank you, Lorena, for visiting and telling us about yourself and your book. Readers, Lorena has offered to give away a free copy of her book. To enter, leave a comment and your email below in answer to her question, above. "Please enter me" won't get you entered. Remember that U.S. subscribers are entered an additional time in each drawing. The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com.

Only United States residents are eligible for the drawing, but anyone can subscribe to the blog posts via the GDPA-compliant Feedblitz box above my list of books, at right.

Also readers, I'd love it if you'd connect with me on Facebook. Just click on my name at the right of today's post title.

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