Tag Archives: Christian romance

In His Time by Julie Arduini

Authors often refer to their work as their “book babies.” I marvel at my peers who can crank out multiple releases a year. Me? Anchored Hearts released yesterday, and that pregnancy lasted nearly five years. When the idea first came … Continue reading

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Anchored Hearts Cover Puzzle by Julie Arduini

I’m so excited to announce the first book in the Surrendering Hearts contemporary Christian romance series, Anchored Hearts, releases next month. This book was full of delay, but on the other side I have to say the issues that took … Continue reading

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Where I’d Be Without Living Hope by Julie Arduini

Words have always meant something to me, long before I decided to make it my full-time focus. I was always reading, and many say, always talking. Lame confession, but lyrics are just as important to me. Maybe it was PMS, … Continue reading

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Please Welcome Guest Author Irene Hannon…

Greetings, everyone. And thank you, Mary, for inviting me to be a guest today. I have to begin this post with a confession. I didn’t set out to be a writer of Christian fiction. Not because I didn’t want to … Continue reading

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New Beginnings

New beginnings are everywhere around us. Some are small. Some aren’t. Each day is a new beginning. And just recently our country had a new beginning. We swore in a new president. Our personal life is filled with new beginnings … Continue reading

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Love Means Saying You’re Sorry by Hannah Alexander

  Once upon a time many, many, many years ago, I recall walking out of a movie theater sobbing with several other young girls after watching Love Story. Yes, I’m dating myself, but now that I’m older and occasionally wiser … Continue reading

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Where Do We Get Ideas? by Elizabeth Goddard

Novelists often get ideas from what intrigues us. We’re all different, so what intrigues me will be different than what catches your interest. As a novelist, I hope I find an audience—a group of people with whom my stories resonate—preferably … Continue reading

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