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Posts Tagged: Anchor in the Storm

12 Days of Christmas Giveaway – Day 10

On the tenth day of Christmas, my favorite authors gave to me… I hope you’ve been joining us for the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway! If not, we still have a few days to go, so dash through the snow…and the books! Today I’m adding my novel Anchor in the Storm to the festive mix…. Read more »

Anchor in the Storm All Hands on Deck Giveaway Winner

To celebrate the release of Anchor in the Storm, Sarah Sundin is offering the All Hands on Deck Prize Pack Giveaway! Details and entry on the Litfuse Publicity Group website. Giveaway runs from May 19 to June 8, 2016!

Thank you to everyone for joining me in celebrating the release of Anchor in the Storm! Once again, I teamed with Litfuse Publicity for a blog tour and giveaway! It’s been such fun to follow the blog tour and see how readers are responding to Arch & Lillian’s story of intrigue, danger, and romance! We had… Read more »

Anchor in the Storm All Hands on Deck Prize Pack Giveaway!

To celebrate the release of Anchor in the Storm, Sarah Sundin is offering the All Hands on Deck Prize Pack Giveaway! Details and entry on the Litfuse Publicity Group website. Giveaway runs from May 19 to June 8, 2016!

To celebrate the release of Anchor in the Storm, I’m teaming with Litfuse Publicity for the All Hands on Deck Prize Pack Giveaway! One grand prize winner will receive a prize pack including: A signed copy of Anchor in the Storm A nautical tote bag lined with anchor fabric An anchor necklace made from copper… Read more »

Anchor in the Storm – World War II Destroyer Tour

For over one hundred years, destroyers have served as versatile naval workhorses. In World War II, US destroyers escorted convoys, hunted submarines, fought surface battles, bombarded shore positions, rescued downed airmen and stranded sailors, and served as radar pickets to detect and fight incoming kamikaze flights. In my new novel Anchor in the Storm, Ens. Arch… Read more »

Pharmacy in World War II: The Military

A WAVE and three enlisted pharmacist's mates working at a lab bench, 1943. (US Naval History & Heritage Command)

In my novel Anchor in the Storm, which released May 3, 2016, the heroine, Lillian Avery, serves as a pharmacist in a drugstore in Boston during World War II. As a pharmacist, I found much about my profession has changed, but some things have not—the personal concern for patients, the difficult balance between health care and… Read more »

Pharmacy in World War II: The Drugstore

Street scene, including drugstore, Cascade, Idaho, 1940s (Library of Congress)

In my novel Anchor in the Storm, which released May 3, 2016, the heroine, Lillian Avery, serves as a pharmacist in a drugstore in Boston during World War II. As a pharmacist, I found much about my profession has changed, but some things have not—the personal concern for patients, the difficult balance between health care and… Read more »

Pharmacy in World War II: The Pharmacist

In my novel Anchor in the Storm, which released May 3, 2016, the heroine, Lillian Avery, serves as a pharmacist in a drugstore in Boston during World War II. As a pharmacist, I found much about my profession has changed, but some things have not—the personal concern for patients, the difficult balance between health care and… Read more »

Release Day Giveaway Winner!

Thank you to everyone who helped me celebrate the release of Anchor in the Storm! There were 344 entries in the giveaway for the anchor necklace and 365 Devotions for Hope book, both here on my blog and via email! My goodness! The winner is…Tiffany DeOs! Tiffany, I’ll contact you by email. There was so… Read more »

Release Day! Anchor Necklace and Devotional Giveaway!

Anchor in the Storm officially releases today! To celebrate, I’m giving away an anchor necklace and a devotional on hope! The theme verse for Anchor in the Storm is Heb. 6: 18-19: “We might have a strong consolation, who have fled for refuge to lay hold upon the hope set before us: Which hope we have… Read more »

El Campanil and Tour of Boston Winners

Two sets of winners to announce today! El Campanil Theatre Thank you to everyone who entered the raffle to name a character in my next novel! We raised $1270 to support the historic El Campanil Theatre in Antioch, CA! Here’s the official announcement from El Campanil. Five people won the chance to name a character… Read more »