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Murder on the Moor by Julianna Deering – and Giveaway!

Murder on the Moor by Julianna Deering

Once again, Drew and Madeline Farthering find themselves in the middle of a mystery . . . and it’s a good one! An old school chum of Drew’s, who goes by the unflattering nickname of Beaky, invites the Fartherings  to his Bloodworth Park Lodge on the Yorkshire moors to investigate the murder of the beloved… Read more »

Book Beat – With Love, Wherever You Are

With Love, Wherever You Are by Dandi Daley Mackall

When Army doctor Frank Daley meets spunky Army nurse Helen Eberhart, a whirlwind romance takes them both by surprise. Their speedy wartime marriage is soon tested when they ship to England and France with only letters to connect them. As they care for the wounded and endure deprivations, will their young love survive? Uplifting and… Read more »

Book Beat – The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green

The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green

In 1719, midwife Julianne Chevalier is wrongfully convicted of murder, branded for her crime, and sentenced to life in Paris’s bleak prisons. When she is offered the choice of exile in the colony of Louisiana, she leaps at the opportunity, especially since her brother Benjamin serves as a soldier in New Orleans. However, her freedom… Read more »

Book Beat – Light That Fractures

Light That Fractures by Marcy Weydemuller

Geena Morisi’s life hasn’t turned out as she expected. Raising her baby niece after the tragic death of Geena’s twin sister a few months earlier, Geena has put her art studies on hold. Now as the New Year begins, Geena makes a choice to set aside her bitterness and anger for little Ana’s sake. But… Read more »

You’re the Cream in My Coffee – by Jennifer Lamont Leo

In 1928, Marjorie Corrigan is set to marry Dr. Richard Brownlee, pillar of the community of Kerryville, Illinois. Even if he doesn’t make her heart pound like her former boyfriend, Jack Lund, who had been killed ten years earlier in the Great War. Marjorie is supposed to be happy. So why is she procrastinating on… Read more »

CAN Scavenger Hunt Stop #8

Welcome to Stop #8 on the CAN Scavenger Hunt! Enjoy meeting Christian Author Network members on their personal blogs as you seek clues for the chance to win our grand prize: 26 free books, one from each participating CAN author! Check out 26 stops, each featuring a different CAN author, many featuring additional prizes or… Read more »

Book Beat – Through the Shadows by Karen Barnett

In 1908, when Elizabeth King hears about Donaldina Cameron’s mission work rescuing Chinese girls from slavery in San Francisco, she seizes the chance to flee her past and get a new start. Lawyer Charles McKinley is eager to make a name from himself in his uncle’s firm, but the first case, dealing with the King… Read more »

Drawn from the Heart – Giveaway Winner!

Thank you to all 58 of you who entered the drawing for Lisa Bogart‘s beautiful coloring book devotional, Drawn from the Heart! And the winner is…Mary Jacobowitz! Mary, I’ll email you for your mailing address so Lisa can send you the book. Happy coloring!

Dressed for Death by Julianna Deering

When Drew and Madeleine Farthering attend a Regency-themed party at the estate of Drew’s former school chum, Talbot Cummins, they hope for a vacation from amateur sleuthing. Instead, they find murder. Once again, Drew puts his skills to work to find the culprit, but this case hits too close to home and causes him to… Read more »

Drawn from the Heart by Lisa Bogart – and Giveaway!

Adult coloring books are all the rage – and for a good reason. In our hectic, high-tech times, there’s something comforting and calming in doing something creative. And for those of us who are artistically challenged (yes, me), coloring gives us an outlet. My talented writer friend Lisa Bogart also happens to be an artist,… Read more »