Where are you in your faith at the end of the story?
I realize how much I need to trust and rely on God for the good and the bad. You've got a scripture at the beginning of the story.
Tell us why this scripture is significant. For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord, plans to prosper you not harm you, to give you a hope and a future. If you could be a dessert what would you be and why? Sweet and gooey, with a little bit of tartness. It's that time when we glimpse into the past of one of our Craftie Ladies. The first reader to correctly guess this month's author will receive a copy of this author's latest Love Inspired release. Do you know who this is?
Leave your guess in the comments to be entered in the contest. And be sure to look for more clues in the comment section throughout the day. Good luck! Deb Kastner here. I'm happy to have with me today my Love Inspired editor Elizabeth Mazer, who'd like to share with you all an exciting opportunity to get your historical manuscript in front of the Love Inspired editors.
Now please welcome Elizabeth to the blog:. Do you write inspirational historical romance? If so, then we have a fabulous opportunity for you! Which editor is right for you? The teams are:.
Team Amish 2. Team Mail Order Bride 3. Team Marriage of Convenience 6. Team Reunion Romance. The first step is easy. From there? Happily ever after, of course! We hope to sign lots of new authors for LIH, but at the very least we promise the entrants in the final round that they will receive a speedy turnaround and editorial feedback on their manuscripts. But why wait until the final round? Throughout the contest, the editors will be on the community forum pages all the time—answering questions, giving advice, and making sure you have all the guidance and information you need to make your story shine.
Maybe next year, one of our success stories will be you! The contest closes to new entries after March 2. Make today the day you sign up, and see if Love Inspired Historical can find the perfect match for your manuscript and you! Women of faith don't always preach. In fact, women of faith seldom get the chance to preach, unless they are talking to their children. In our day-to-day life, it isn't appropriate. But that doesn't mean that a woman's life doesn't speak for her. I'm a Christian.
I'm a church-goer. My worldview is colored by a belief in a God who loves me and guides my future. As a church-going Christian, I might be a minority, but as a woman of faith, I'm not! Many people don't identify with a religion, or they haven't been to church since childhood.
Others are come from other faith backgrounds. When you set aside our differences, we're united in our belief in something more. We believe in Someone More. We believe more is expected of us. We have hope. It isn't something nailed down by dogma or theology, it's an anchor of certainty deep inside of us that can't be argued away.
We're women of faith. I write for both the Love Inspired line and American Romance. My Love Inspired writing is faith based, and my American Romance writing is written by a woman of faith. My faith, my conviction that there is something more to life, is a part of that writing.
Even if I can't talk about it directly, it's there. My hope in Someone More is what fuels my love of writing happy endings. I hope you'll check it out! It's about family, starting over, motherhood in less than ideal circumstances, and finding out what kind of woman we want to be. Labels: american romance author , harlequin author , love inspired author , Mills and Boon author , Safe in the Lawman's Arms.
To purchase any of these wonderful books, just click on the book covers. And to learn more about the authors, click on their names. Everyone believes agent Jase Bradford is dead—everyone but Reyna Peterson. Only he can protect her now that someone wants the information her CIA husband died to secure.
As the one member of their spy team not killed, Jase must remain in the shadows. Yet when Reyna leads the enemy right to his mountain refuge and blows his cover, Jase risks his life for hers. As his best friend's beautiful widow scales the walls around his heart, whether out of loyalty or love, he makes it his duty to secure her safety.
But when their pursuers trap them in the snowy Colorado mountains, will it become his final mission?
When Carrie York arrives at the house she inherited from her father in an Amish community, she's shocked to discover a soldier's body on the property. Her neighbor, army special agent Tyler Zimmerman, starts investigating the murder, and Carrie fears it's related to her father's mysterious death.
Tyler doesn't trust the pretty speechwriter or the suspicious timing of her arrival—especially since her boss is responsible for his father's death. But when someone attacks Carrie, Tyler insists on protecting her.
With his help, will Carrie be able to hold on to her inheritance and her life? By Terri Reed. Labels: announcements , new release. If you do much cooking then you know, the secret to having a successful recipe starts with using the right ingredients. They can make or break a dish, no pun intended.
But what if you accidently leave out an ingredient? Yikes, right? One of my favorite things to make for breakfast, especially when its cold out, is buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup. My family loves them. Thus the problem.
One morning I was rushing through the preparation of the pancakes and I accidently forgot to put in the sugar. What a disappointment. The Confessions of a Duchess by Nicola Cornick - - pages. The Conqueror by Kris Kennedy - - pages.