Risking Love
Chain of Mercy
Memory Box Secrets
Hungry for Home

If you’ve happened upon this site, chances are you love fiction as much as I do.

I love stories showing messy, broken lives … God’s light shines so brightly when we’re hurting. His redemption is amazingly clear.

And you’ll find that redemption in the newly-released Risking Love, book one of my Where the Heart Is series, and in my Coming Home series including Pieces of Granite (Prequel), INSPY-nominated Chain of Mercy, (book 1), Memory Box Secrets (book 2), and Hungry for Home, the Coming Home Series satisfying finale.

If you’d like to get a glimpse into my life, you can read my bio in About Me, or you can stop by my blog where I chat about Faith, Family, Fiction, Fun!, and also give you some Food for Thought.

Authors, on the Writing Links page I’ve compiled a list of helpful sites. This page is a unending work in progress.

I’d love to hear from you! If you have a moment, click on over to the Contact Me page and send me a note.

Thank you for visiting Brenda Anderson Books!

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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