Christmases Past, The Hidden Song

Return to your favorite time of year—Christmas—through fiction.  In Christmases Past, seven authors conjure up engaging tales sure to put you in front of the fireplace with hot tea or cocoa.  I am one of those authors. The other writers are Andrea Merrell, Doris Gaines Rapp, Patti J. Smith, Sue Badeau, James J. Griffin, and compiler Anne Baxter Campbell. Each ...

Jody Hedlund with Luther and Katharina

Jody Hedlund weaves a historical tale of the champion of Christianity, Martin Luther and his unlikely love, the former nun Katharina von Bora. A tender look at one person who changed the religious world and another who kept the movement ablaze by her support. Luther and Katharina. The Setting and Time The life and times of Martin Luther were turbulent. Hedlund's account ...

Tracy Higley—Author of Romantic Suspense

Tracy L . Higley, curator of "your portal to the ancient world," not only writes masterfully, she travels the globe to feed the source. A recent release, Awakening, is no exception. A Central Theme Tracy Higley's Awakening, published in 2014 by Stonewater Press, is a dive into the unknown. The heady pace takes the reader from one world to another, ...

Ann Tatlock—Once Beyond A Time

  Ann Tatlock, author of Once Beyond A Time, writes in a style I admire—thought-provoking, challenging, and always a "gotcha" ending. I've read all her books, had the privilege of being taught by her on several occasions, and wait like a child at Christmas for the next Tatlock book. With Once Beyond A Time, Ann took a leap into a new ...

Aging Gracefully, The Summer’s Dance

Aging gracefully doesn't mean rocking chairs. Not for Virginia Livingston. "Assisted living" spells mystery and romance for her in The Summer's Dance. "The Summer's Dance," the short story,  is here! The Summer's Dance from Summer in Sweetland.   The Story: Virginia Danforth Livingston isn’t born into money but has access. The world unravels around Virginia with one ring of her doorbell. Will ...