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The Third Reich Seeks to Extract the Information She Alone Knows

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cover_9781939603463_front_640The exciting Virtues and Valor serialized story continues with book 2.

Stage and screen legend VIRGINIA BENOIT performs for standing room only crowds in her adopted home of France. When the Nazis roll into Paris, she flees to Casablanca, taking the heart of a enemy General with her. While in there, Virginia devises a plan to use her position, talent, and influence with the high ranking Axis officer to aid the Allied cause.

Virginia joins the Virtues team, assigned the code-name HOPE. Her keen mind trains in the craft of espionage. After staging a rift with the US, she returns to Paris, hiding undercover in plain sight, and spies on the enemy. All is well until the Third Reich imprisons the Virtues wireless operator, code named Temperance.

As the Virtues engineer a plan to rescue Temperance from the Gestapo’s clutches, Virginia takes to the stage to play her part in the daring mission. Will the murderous racism of the Nazi High Command prevent her from fulfilling her duties?

HOMELAND’S HOPE is part two of seven serialized novellas entitled the Virtues and Valor series.

In 1941 Great Britain a special war department assembles an experimental and exclusively female cohort of combat operatives. Four willing spies, a wireless radio operator, an ingenious code breaker, and a fearless pilot are each hand-picked, recruited, and trained to initiate a daring mission in Occupied France. As plans are laid to engineer the largest prison break of Allied POWs in history, the Nazis capture the Virtues’ radio operator. It will take the cohesive teamwork of the rest of the women to save her life before Berlin breaks her and brings the force of the Third Reich to bear.

Some find love, some find vengeance, and some discover the kind of strength that lives in the human heart when all they can do is rely on each other and their shared belief. Courage, faith, and valor intersect but, in the end, one pays the ultimate price.

Introducing the Virtues and Valor series by Hallee Bridgeman. Seven serialized novellas, each inspired by real people and actual events, reveal the incredible story of amazing heroines facing the ultimate test of bravery. Book 2, Homeland’s Hope, is now available at the following locations:

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An interview with Author Betty Thomason Owens and a Giveaway!

Welcome to Readers Write to Know! I asked you, my readers, what questions they would ask their favorite authors if given the chance. This week, I am so excited to introduce you to Betty Thomason Owens. Betty is one of Olivia Kimbrell Press’s authors, and we were thrilled to published her Jael of Rogan series. She is also someone I consider friend, and I always look forward to seeing her at the American Christian Fiction local meetings. Please enjoy her interview as much as I did.

Tell us a little bit about yourself.  I’m a stay-at-home empty nester, and busier than I’ve ever been.

cover-front_9781939603203_2400 (533x800)Tell us about your current release. I have two.  My Jael of Rogan novels--The Lady of the Haven and A Gathering of Eagles–are fantasy-adventure novels with a hint of romance. Jael is a healer, forced into exile by an evil magistrate. She returns to her home in answer to a “leading” in her spirit, arriving just in time to aid a fallen warrior. She nurses him back to health and helps him escape. When her own life is once again threatened, she sets off on a journey over the mountains, searching for him.  –   And if I hadn’t already written this story, Debi Warford’s beautiful cover art would have inspired me to write it!

If you knew ahead of time your book would benefit only one person on their spiritual journey, would you still write it? I would treasure that one and it would certainly be worth it.

Who was your first Screen/Musical Crush? I’m looking way back. I’ll never forget Kurt Russell in Disney’s “The Littlest Rebel.” He was probably ten. I was eight. He was so cute!

Do you have your plotline and character development already laid out before you begin writing a book, or do they develop as you write? I usually have a sketch. I don’t usually outline, but I do think it through. The story progresses and changes and I follow along. I like the adventure.

Who were some of your favorite authors as a child?  Dr. Seuss! Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden, Louisa May Alcott’s books, Laura Ingalls Wilder

27009781939603234frontcover (533x800)I’m always intrigued by how writers get started…did you always have these books inside you and knew that you wanted to write them or did the idea just pop into your head one day and you decided to put pen to paper? I had a dream. I think it may have been inspired by The Lord of the Rings or double pepperoni pizza, or a combination of both. The opening scene of The Lady of the Haven played in my mind like a scene from a movie. The desire to write the scene was overwhelming.

Which of your characters most reflects your personality? There’s a little bit of me in all of my characters. In Jael of Rogan, I tried to create a character who was completely different from me. Physically, she is my polar opposite, but inside…well, I didn’t really achieve my goal. She lives in her head just like me.

Do you remember where you were or what you were doing when you started this story? I was working as an Office Manager. I had some spare time and was told to look busy. A few minutes later, my boss stepped back in, “to see what that whirring noise was…” –It was me, typing as fast as my fingers could fly!

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2014-09-17Born in the Pacific Northwest, Owens grew up in such exotic places as West Tennessee and San Diego, California. She lives in Kentucky with her husband. They have three grown and married sons living in the area, along with their daughters-in-law, four beautiful granddaughters, and two handsome grandsons.

Though she’s always had an interest in storytelling, her writing career began to take off in 1986. As a busy homeschooling mom, she needed an outlet for all the extra joy in the house. A few years passed, and she had several novel-length manuscripts squirreled away. She has two fantasy-adventure novels in a second edition published by Sign of the Whale Books, an imprint of Olivia Kimbrell Press.

Now semiretired, Betty spends most of her time writing, studying about writing, and critiquing other peoples’ writing. She is one of twelve authors featured in the romantic novella, A Dozen Apologies, released Valentine’s Day, 2014 by Write Integrity Press. She recently contracted with Write Integrity Press for her three-book Legacy Series. Watch for her first novel, Amelia’s Legacy, late 2014.

Betty is an active member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), where she leads a critique group, and Bluegrass Christian Writers, a lively group of Kentucky writers, who meet quarterly in a Lexington, Kentucky bookstore.
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An interview with Camy Tang and a Giveaway!

Welcome to Readers Write to Know! I asked you, my readers, what questions they would ask their favorite authors if given the chance. This week, I am so thrilled to introduce you to Camy Tang. I have been interacting with Camy online for some time now and have absolutely fallen in love with her. I was thrilled when she agreed to be interviewed on my blog. I am so interested in her story behind how she set the scene and wrote some scenes for her new release. Read below to see how she was inspired. I hope you enjoy her interview as much as I did — and make sure you enter her giveaway!

Tell us a little bit about yourself.  I write Christian romantic suspense and contemporary romance as Camy Tang, and I write Regency romance as Camille Elliot. I grew up in Hawaii but now live in northern California with my engineer husband and rambunctious dog. I’m a staff worker for my church youth group and lead one of my church’s Sunday worship teams. I also love to knit, spin wool into yarn, and I’m training to (very slowly) run a marathon.

Tell us about your current release.  Prelude for a Lord is my debut Regency romance! I’m terribly excited about it since I’ve been reading Regencies since I was 13 years old, but this is the first time I’ve written one. Basically, I wrote it on a dare–my editor at Zondervan at the time, Sue Brower, loves Regencies as much as I do and we always talk about the latest Regencies we’ve read. And when it came time for the 3rd book in my contract, she dared me to write a Regency. So I did.

camywebcopyBook One in the Gentlemen Quartet series
An awkward young woman. A haunted young man. A forbidden instrument. Can the love of music bring them together . . . or will it tear them apart?
Bath, England—1810

At twenty-eight, Alethea Sutherton is past her prime for courtship; but social mores have never been her forté. She might be a lady, but she is first and foremost a musician.

In Regency England, however, the violin is considered an inappropriate instrument for a lady. Ostracized by society for her passion, Alethea practices in secret and waits for her chance to flee to the Continent, where she can play without scandal.

But when a thief’s interest in her violin endangers her and her family, Alethea is determined to discover the enigmatic origins of her instrument . . . with the help of the dark, brooding Lord Dommick.

Scarred by war, Dommick finds solace only in playing his violin. He is persuaded to help Alethea, and discovers an entirely new yearning in his soul.

Alethea finds her reluctant heart drawn to Dommick in the sweetest of duets . . . just as the thief’s desperation builds to a tragic crescendo . . .

If you knew ahead of time your book would benefit only one person on their spiritual journey, would you still write it?
Definitely. A couple years ago, I had a wonderful, awesome and awe-full experience with the Holy Spirit where God really spoke to me about a new direction in my writing. He gave me a very clear image of the person He wanted me to write for–someone who needs to know that Jesus loves them deeply and that they are not alone. So from that moment, I started writing my books with this specific reader in mind. I know God will put my books in the hands of people He wants to touch.

PreludeForALord lowresWith all those characters in your head screaming to get out how do you write fast enough to get it all down?  Copious amounts of snacks from my Snack Closet. (Yes, I have a snack closet!). I’m also trying, with each book, to be more efficient in my writing so that I can write more books a year. I’m aiming to try to write 4-6 books a year. A really good book on writing efficiency is 2K to 10K by Rachel Aaron.

How did you determine whether to self-publish or seek a traditional publisher?  I do both, so I’m what’s called a “hybrid” author. I love my traditional publishers, but since I have so many more books in me, I’ve been doing some indie publishing in addition. I self-published two romantic suspense novellas, and I’m working on a new Regency romance series that I’m going to self-publish. I’ll also finish my Gentlemen Quartet series (Prelude for a Lord was book 1). Hopefully Zondervan will contract the other 3 books in the series, but if they opt not to, I’ll self-publish them.

Do you have your plotline and character development already laid out before you begin writing a book, or do they develop as you write?  I’m a very anal plotter, so I have everything plotted out before I write. Seriously, I’m so detailed in my plotting that it makes most of my writer friends have hives.  I use Randy Ingermanson’s Snowflake Method and Snowflake Pro software to plot my books, and I use 45 Master Characters by Victoria Lynn Schmidt as a jumping off point for my character development.

Do you have pre-determined length in mind when you first begin a book?  Usually, yes, because then I can control how complex the plot is going to be. If it’s going to be a long book, then I can have a really complex plot with lots of subthreads.

Do you remember where you were or what you were doing when you started this story?  Actually, this story idea was one I’d been kicking around for years. I had a very vivid scene in my mind where the hero and heroine, both musicians, played together for the first time. They were each amazed at each other’s abilities and it gave them a different perspective on the other. I knew the story had a recluse lord and a (slightly) older than normal Regency heroine (many Regency heroines of the genre tend to be 17-21, and mine is 28).

I went to England for my 40th birthday celebration in lieu of a birthday party, and I was standing in the middle of the gardens at Newstead Abbey, the home of Lord Byron, when the rest of the story for Prelude for a Lord hit me. I walked through the gardens and saw different scenes played out in different places, and I suddenly knew that this would be what my hero’s home would be modeled after. I went home and wrote the book.

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An interview with Author Virginia Tenery!

Welcome to Readers Write to Know! I asked you, my readers, what questions they would ask their favorite authors if given the chance. This week, I’m pleased to introduce you to Virginia Tenery.

Virginia is an indie published author who writes police procedural books. I LOVE crime novels (if my A Carol for Kent didn’t tip you off) and am so happy to have her here today! I hope you enjoy her interview as much as I did.

Tell us a little bit about yourself. I live in north/east Texas with my family. I left a middle management position with a leading optical wholesale firm with the idea of writing full time. I’ve been writing seriously with the goal of publication for twelve years. Writing is the most difficult job I’ve ever done. Also the most demanding, but it’s a labor of love. In my free time I like to walk, hike, and go tubing down the rivers in the beautiful Hill County of Texas.

10038915801141CDPvirginiaTell us about your current release. Then There Were None is the second novel in my Matt Foley/Sara Bradford inspirational romantic suspense series. The first, Works of Darkness, was a surprising success. It’s the first novel I wrote and I felt I had edited it to death. Almost didn’t release it, but it has consistently been in the top 100 in at least one inspirational genre on Amazon since its release. So far, Then There Were None is following in its footsteps and is now in the top 100 of three Inspirational genres. Here’s the back cover blurb:

Mass murder doesn’t happen in Matt Foley’s town . . . it doesn’t happen to his friends. Someone is going to pay.

Disturbing crime scenes are nothing new to the Twin Falls Police Chief. But this one is different. The victims are friends. In their Tudor mansion just inside the city limits, a family is dead—husband, wife, two kids, and the family cook.

The killer made one mistake. He left a survivor.

The husband is one of the big three in the microchip industry. The family lived a quiet modest life. It doesn’t make sense.

Until . . .

Then_There_Were_None_blue_200_300-1If you knew ahead of time your book would benefit only one person on their spiritual journey, would you still write it? Absolutely. One person’s salvation is worth whatever effort it takes on our part. That’s what the great commission is all about.

Do you feel pressured to compromise your standards in order to reach a larger audience or be more successful? Not at all. I don’t claim to be called to write, but I do believe my inspiration and any talent I have is a gift from God. I just write what’s on my heart. I admit that I didn’t like much of the edits in my traditionally published novels, but that is the price you pay when you deal with an in-house editor, and you have little say in the matter. Although I was able to negotiate some of my concerns with the editor.

How do you push past the fear of your writing being average and be bold enough to sell it to a publisher(or agent or audience if you self publish)? LOL, I pay a lot and remind myself that I write for His glory and therefore it has to be the best I can do. No exceptions. I’ve been fortunate that my work has been well received.

Who was your first Screen/Musical Crush? The ever sophisticated, totally handsome, Cary Grant. Loved his movies with Audrey Hepburn, Doris Day, and Sophia Loren. The film industry could use more like him today.

How did you determine whether to self-publish or seek a traditional publisher? I actually sold two novels to a publisher before I decided to go Indie. I already had two of my police procedural series written and decided to give Indies a try. It took almost two years to get the trad/pubbed novels published. I really enjoy the creative freedom of Indies. It’s a lot of work but it’s very fulfilling as an author.

Do you have your plotl-ine and character development already laid out before you begin writing a book, or do they develop as you write? A little of both. I always have the plot and characters outlined in my head, but sometimes I change portions that develop along the way.

Do you remember where you were and what you were doing when you started this story? I was reading a news story about yet another murder of a family, which seems to happen much too often today. The story concept popped into my head. I had just finished the final edit on Works of Darkness, so the main characters were fresh in my mind. Then it was just a matter of putting my thought into the computer.

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An Interview with Author Amanda Cabot

Welcome to Readers Write to Know! I asked you, my readers, what questions they would ask their favorite authors if given the chance. This week, I’m so pleased to introduce to you Amanda Cabot. Being married to someone in the IT field, that is always on my radar. Over the years, it has been amazing to me how many technical writers come out of IT and into the romance writing field! Amanda is one of those amazing writers who shifted from technical to romance.  I loved reading her interview, and hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

Tell us a little bit about yourself. What can I say other than that I’ve always wanted to be a writer, and now I’m living that dream? I’m a former director of Information Technology and have written everything from technical books and articles for IT professionals to mysteries for teenagers and romances for all ages. Along the way, I’ve managed to write more than thirty novels including the Texas Dreams trilogy, the Westward Winds series, and Christmas Roses. Now I’m thrilled to be a full-time writer of Christian romances, living happily ever after with my husband in Wyoming.

What inspired you to start writing, or did you always want to write? I’ve always wanted to write. From the time I was seven, when reading was my favorite pastime, I thought the most wonderful thing in the world would be to be a writer. It took a while before I actually submitted a manuscript to an editor, but once I did, there was no turning back. And, no, that first story didn’t sell to the first editor, but I was fortunate enough to sell it to the second one.

Amanda CabotDo you have your plot-line and character development already laid out before you begin writing a book, or do they develop as you write? Don’t laugh, but the answer is “both.” In addition to the synopsis, which tells the story from beginning to end, I write a chapter-by-chapter outline. That tells me what scenes will occur in each chapter and makes sure that subplots are properly paced. The chapter-by-chapter outline is my road map. But as I write, I sometimes find myself taking detours. And when I finish the first draft, I know my characters so much better than I did at the beginning of that draft that there are always more detours during the second draft.

Tell us about your current release. As someone who’s challenged to finish a book in less than 110,000 words, giving a brief description of my books is almost as difficult as writing the book itself. Instead, let me share the back cover copy with you.

Her life is set to warp speed. His is slowing to a crawl. But love has its own timing.

Marketing maven Kate Sherwood’s world is fast-paced, challenging, and always changing. The last thing she wants to do is grind to a halt at Rainbow’s End, a dilapidated resort in the Texas Hill Country.

Still, she cannot deny her ailing grandmother’s request to visit the place where she and her deceased husband spent one glorious week fifty years ago. There, Kate meets Greg, who appears to be the resort’s unassuming handyman. But there’s more to Greg than meets the eye—billions more, in fact.

At-Bluebonnet-LakeKate isn’t looking for romance, but she can’t deny the sparks of attraction that fly every time she and Greg are together. Could there be a future there? Or will Kate’s long-sought promotion take her back to the big city?

Amanda Cabot invites you to step into a place away from the pressures of the day. You might be surprised by what you find at Rainbow’s End.

For me, one of the most exciting things about this book is that Publishers Weekly gave it one of their coveted starred reviews. To say that I was thrilled by that is no understatement. I was doing the Snoopy dance for days afterward!

Where’s the strangest place you’ve ever had a great writing idea? One of the good/bad things about my day job was that I was a very frequent flyer. The good part was that I was able to visit a lot of different places, and some of them provided inspiration for books. I was sitting in a restaurant in Phoenix, eating alone (one of the bad things about all the traveling), when the Muzak started playing “Stranger in Paradise.” “What a great title for a book,” I said to myself. (No, I haven’t gotten to the point where I talk out loud and cause strangers to stare.) That started the whole process of asking questions. “Where’s paradise?” Answer: Hawaii. “Why would someone be there and feel like a stranger?” The answers to that question turned into a book. Even though I changed the title, the story begins in Hawaii and the hero and heroine are definitely strangers there.

What advice do you have for aspiring writers? I have three pieces of advice. The first is to read extensively in the genre you want to write. That’s the best way to learn what publishers are buying. Secondly, join a writer’s group. ACFW is wonderful for writers in the Christian marketplace, and Romance Writers of America is excellent for anyone interested in writing romance. A writer’s group provides support, networking and so many other resources to the aspiring writer that I can’t over emphasize the importance of joining one. And lastly, never give up. Rejection is a fact of life. I won’t sugarcoat it: rejection hurts. But if you let it defeat you, if you stop sending out your manuscript just because it was rejected, you’ll never be published. Believe in your book and in yourself. Oh … that was four pieces of advice. Sorry!

Who were some of your favorite authors as a child? (Book series, maybe?) I was (and still am) a great fan of Louisa May Alcott and Lucy Maud Montgomery. Although they both died before I was born, I always wished I could have met them, so I did the next best thing and visited the places that inspired their books. Orchard House in Massachusetts, where Alcott lived and wrote, was fascinating, but the place I fell in love with was Montgomery’s Prince Edward Island. The combination of the red dirt and that incredibly green grass, not to mention the vivid blue sky and white surf was unbeatable. We won’t talk about how difficult it was to get that red clay off the side of the car, though.

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*TEN* INSPIRATIONAL ROMANCES FOR JUST 99 CENTS!!!!

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Ten best-selling Inspirational romance authors come together to bring you the Red Hot Squeaky Clean Romance collection! If you’re anything like us, you enjoy reading various genres — a cozy mystery, a thrilling suspense, an adventurous historical, a catchy contemporary — we love them all as long as the romance is piping hot and the story is comfortably clean. For the first time ever, as you turn the pages of these complete stories, you will meet ten of the most recognized names in inspirational romance today and read their award winning, critically acclaimed stories all in the same collection. You’re in for such a treat!

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Home Before Dark by Christy Barritt
Daleigh McDermott finds a journal penned by her late father which sparks a dangerous investigation into his death with the assistance of Ryan Shields, the only man who believes her.

Beyond the Waves; Pacific Shores Series, Book 1, by Lynnette Bonner
Officer Kylen Sumner and Taysia Green have a history. He’s broken her heart more than once. So when he returns home claiming he just might be in love with her, she wants nothing to do with him. If only her heart would get the message!

Sapphire Ice; Jewel Series, Book 1, by Hallee Bridgeman
The men in unbeliever Robin Bartlett’s life have only ever been users. Believer Tony Viscolli’s arrival and relentless interest in Robin both infuriates and intrigues her.

A Love for Delicious; Woman of Courage series, Book 1, by Cynthia Hickey
Widowed newlywed Delicious (Delly) finds herself stuck with 5 stepchildren all under age 13 on the opposite side of the country from Oregon and their uncle. She hits the trail, promising to do anything to gain the children their birthright and protect it from those out to take it. Can she guard her heart against the handsome trail guide, Zeke Williams?

Waiting for Rachel; Those Karlsson Boys, Book 1, by Kimberly Rae Jordan
Rachel Perkins is a loner who feels certain she’s not the right woman for Damian Karlsson. Damien feels otherwise and is willing to do what it takes to change her mind and her heart.

marketingimage2600The Unveiling; Age of Faith series, Book 1, by Tamara Leigh
Disguised as a squire, Lady Annyn Bretanne sets off on a quest to avenge her brother’s murder by Baron Wulfrith. When her disguise is unveiled, they each face tests of faith and resolve.

Saving Grace; Madison Falls, Book 1, by Lesley Ann McDaniel
Grace is an opera singer forced by a stalker to go into hiding in a small town. There, in that most unexpected of places, Grace finds elusive love and claims her faith.

Yesterday by Amanda Tru
Hannah has the ability to time travel but there are consequences. After saving a family injured in a car accident, Hannah wakes the next morning to find her yesterday was five years ago!

The Redemption; Legacy of the King’s Pirates, Book 1, by MaryLu Tyndall
Lady Charlisse Bristol sets off on a voyage in search of the father she never knew, only to find herself shipwrecked on a desert island. Near starvation, she is rescued — by a band of pirates and their fiercely handsome leader, Edmund Merrick.

Falling in Love; Seasons of the Heart novella series, Book 1, by Susette Williams
Summary: Katie Morgan thinks she’s doing her boss, Wade McAlester, a favor by setting him up on blind dates. After Katie plays matchmaker and sets Wade up with all kinds of zany ladies, Katie starts to realize that Wade might be suited for her.

 

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