Mary L. Ball is a multi-published Christian author, a member of ACFW and a singer. She resides in North Carolina. She enjoys fishing, reading, and singing with her husband at church functions.
What’s your go-to when you need a pick-me-up to keep writing?
Mary: When I need to lift my spirits, I practice my singing. Praising God in song is always sure to make you feel better.
What’s the weirdest way someone has died or been killed in your novels?
Mary: In Escape to Big Fork Lake, a visitor at the Inn is poisoned by a slice of pie made from a Yew berry bush. The visitor’s murder was a mistake because the pie was meant for another character.
Have you ever regretted killing off a character? Why?
Mary: In my recent novel, Sparks of Love, Lynette’s father is killed. I disliked that part of the plot because losing a love one pricks at the heart strings, but through that experience, Lynette learns several things about the Lord’s grace.
Current book: Sparks of Love
Misjudged and accused, Lynette Cunningham walks away from God and everything she loves.
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