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Mary is drawn in deeper, Chapter 27, continued, Phantom Love

Mary pleated her skirt between her fingers as the phone rang on the other end. Five, six, seven times. She nearly gave up and disconnected the call when the phone clicked and a woman’s voice, a bit breathless, said hello. “Brenda Gomez?” A slight pause before the other voice answered. “Speaking. Who’s calling, please?” Mary...
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A Conversation With Tracee Lydia Garner

Bestselling, award-winning author Tracee Lydia Garner pens stories of complex heroes and heroines, and families that experience tough but realistic life challenges in their quest for love. A Washington, D.C.-area native, Tracee is a health and human service counselor and speaks and advocates for people with disabilities. What’s the hardest part of writing romantic suspense?...
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May 2017 New Releases in Christian Fiction

May 2017 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Amish Brides by Jennifer Beckstrand, Molly Jebber, Amy Lillard — Under bright blue skies, wedding bells ring–fulfilling sweet dreams, impossible wishes, and joyous new beginnings among these three new stories. (Contemporary Romance from Kensington...
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Mary tells Jared about leaving home as a child, Chapter 25, continued, Phantom Love

Those four little words threw him into a tailspin, but somehow the words to decline Mary’s request wouldn’t form on his lips. He hadn’t said grace or any other semblance of a prayer in two years. His shooting had merely been the last in a long line of grievances against the Almighty.  He sucked in...
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An Ordinary Writer Writing Ordinary Books

This piece originally appeared on the ACFW blog on March 29, 2016.  Who wants to be ordinary? If I asked that question at an ACFW conference, I doubt anyone would raise their hand. For some reason, ordinary has become associated with dull, listless, uninteresting and uninspiring. As writers, we may be content to live ordinary...
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