Blessing of Best Friends Book Giveaway

I’m excited Keli Gwyn Contemporary Author Photo[1]to welcome award-winning author, Keli Gwyn, to the blog today.

MEET KELI GWYN, a native Californian, transports readers to the early days of the Golden State. She and her husband live in the heart of California’s Gold Country. Her favorite places to visit are her fictional worlds, historical museums and other Gold Rush-era towns. Keli loves hearing from readers and invites you to visit her Victorian-style cyber home at, where you’ll find her contact information.

Fun Facts: Keli and I both had stories published in A Cup of Christmas Cheer Volume Three, Heartwarming Tales of Christmas Past. And, well, be both claim purple as a favorite color.

Guest Post: The Blessing of Best Friends

Blogger: Keli Gwyn

We romance writers take great pains to develop a hero and heroine readers will like, cheer for and, on occasion, even get frustrated with.

Like us, our main characters have flaws. They need to work through some issues and learn some lessons.

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Book Cover Reveal & Book Giveaway!

In my next historical tale, we catch up to the Boone’s Lick Wagon Train Company in KEEPER OF MY HEART, one of nine novellas in The Convenient Bride Collection.

Neelie “Shott” needs refuge. Neither Neelie or her fellow sojourners are prepared for  the surprises or truths revealed because of her presence.

And now for the Book Cover Reveal . . . 

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Plot Stumpers & Pre-Release Book Giveaway

 Meet our Guest Author, Mesu Andrews!

Mesu Andrews 2014--casual


Mesu Andrews’ deep understanding of and love for God’s Word brings the biblical world alive for her readers. Her first novel, Love Amid the Ashes won the 2012 ECPA Book of the Year for a Debut Author. Her three subsequent novels, Love’s Sacred Song, Love in a Broken Vessel, and In the Shadow of Jezebel all released to great reader enthusiasm. Mesu lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband Roy.


Blogger: Mesu Andrews

The Pharaoh’s Daughter ~ PLOT STUMPERS

I’m a messy. It’s a character flaw that I’ve come to accept. My life is filled with piles. I know which piles hold the important items—so don’t mess with my piles. But when my inner world gets messy, I need to straighten my outer world. Can you relate? Especially when I have a plot crisis with my current WIP (work-in-process)—cleaning up a messy pile is like therapy.

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