Risking Love
Chain of Mercy
Memory Box Secrets
Hungry for Home

Brenda S. Anderson, Author of Authentic, Life-Affirming Fiction

“Anderson tackles family dynamics, tough issues, and gritty realism in her Coming Home series. From special needs babies to abortion and homelessness, you’ll root for her authentic characters as they face real life struggles.” — Award-winning author, Shannon Taylor Vannatter

“… heartfelt, heart-wrenching fiction at its best, exploring relationships and family, love, faith and forgiveness in fresh, life-changing ways.” — Laura Frantz, author of A Moonbow Night

“Brenda’s characters are multi-dimensional – real people the reader will identify with and root for as they face life-changing situations.” — Award-winning author of the Chain of Lakes Series, Stacy Monson

16 thoughts on “Welcome …

  1. Arlene Bryant says:

    Love your photo and background. Look forward to reading your books. My friend Jill Urback is also a writer. She just won award for a short story, “Messy Blessings”. I think you can access it on my facebook page.

    • Thank you! A friend of mine (Gay Hartfiel–Portraits From the Heart) is a phenomenal photographer–she has that waterfall built into her back yard!

      I look forward to the day when people will be able to read my books too. Hopefully soon …

      I looked Jill up & then introduced myself. It’s always fun to meet fellow authors. 🙂

  2. Arlene Bryant said: says:

    Sonny tells me you made the newspaper feature article. I’d love to read it. Would you mind scanning and email me?
    Aunt Arlene

    • Thank you, Steph! I’ve been slowly working on it, making major changes just these past couple of weeks. I still have some small items to add or change, but am happy with it overall.

    • Thanks, Stacy. 🙂

      My photographer–http://portraitsfromtheheart.net/–did a marvelous job. I highly recommend her for anyone looking for portraits–business photo or otherwise.

  3. Lorna Hammer says:

    Congratulations Brenda! I am so proud of you for following your dreams. Your dedication and hard work is obvious. Enjoy the fruits of your labor! I hope you have a wonderful time at the conference and that you come home a winner . . . even though you already are one, in my book.

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