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Risking Love Playlist – I’m Letting Go

In RISKING LOVE, my heroine, Lissa Morgan, is a very play-it-safe, super-organized person who has trouble surrendering control to God. (This may or may not be somewhat biographical. 😉 Just sayin’ …) Chances are you know someone like this, or have those control tendencies yourself. Let’s face it, it’s not easy releasing control on many Read More

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Tell Your Heart to Beat Again – RISKING LOVE Playlist

In Risking Love (coming October 4!) Caleb Johnson has faced a lot of heartbreak in his young life. His wife passed away a few years ago and now he’s a single father to a spirited toddler. He’s also lost the business he and his wife built together and is in danger of losing his home. The Read More

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Hungry for Home’s Christmas Playlist

While my latest release, Hungry for Home, is not a Christmas story, it does take place at Christmastime, and therefore it’s filled with references to popular Christmas music. You’d likely find this music on my hero and heroine’s Christmas playlist, which is always a work-in-progress. What’s on your Christmas playlist?

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Sparking Perseverance on the Writing Journey with Author Michelle Lim + Giveaway

I’m blessed to have met many authors on this writing journey, all with different gifts, and I have to say that the most amazing brainstormer is hands-down, Michelle Lim. When brainstorming, her mind is going so fast and she’s spouting ideas so rapidly, I have trouble keeping up. She is impressive! If you want to learn Read More

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STAY – Pieces of Granite Playlist

In Pieces of Granite, the hero’s [Jerry’s] greatest fear is that his wife [Debbie] will leave him. Like most fears, it’s brought on by experience as almost everyone he’s loved in his life has abandoned him. So, when I heard the song “STAY” by Tenth Avenue North, I knew this would be Jerry’s song. I love the Read More

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Broken Together – Pieces of Granite Playlist

Years ago the line from the Jerry Maguire movie, “You complete me” made women swoon and suddenly became the catch phrase for couples. Sure, it sounds romantic and loving, but how realistic is it? Are we really going to lay that weight on our boy/girlfriend? Fiancée? Spouse? Are we going to rely on them for our wholeness? Read More