Welcome to the Mid-Month Madness Party!
We really appreciate you coming by! We will be giving away books so be sure to pay attention about how to enter.
To enter for a chance to win, you MUST leave a comment WITH your EMAIL and you MUST ask one or more of the authors a question you’d like to know about them, their writing, or their books.
We are looking forward to getting to know you better and hope you’ll get to know us better, too!
Be sure to drop by the Facebook Party for a chance to mingle with the authors, and nab even more great giveaways!
The party is TODAY, Saturday, May 15, from 1:00 – 3:30 PM (Eastern Time)
DESTINY OF HEART
By Catherine Ulrich Brakefield
In Destiny of Heart, Collina battles insurmountable odds to rescue Shushan.
Franklin lost what money couldn’t buy. Is it too late to make right his failings?
Ruby McConnell Meir leaves for the prairies of Colorado hoping the climate might cure her husband’s illness. Confusion and uncertainty hover around her skirts like the dust storms, rattlesnakes, and droughts, consuming her energy and weakening her faith. Will her husband live—or die?
The Roaring Twenties dive like a wounded eagle into the Great Depression, placing the McConnells in a battle for survival.
THE LOVE COWARD
By Naomi Musch
Burke has returned from war safe and whole, but he crushes Tulla Johanson's dreams of sharing her life on the farm the day he walks out of the church and over her heart, choosing baseball over her. Thank heaven for friends like Joan, Walter, and now Burke’s would-be best man Van. Van offers help on the farm where she needs it most, but he keeps his heart locked up. Then old pal Walt uncovers feelings of his own, and now Burke wants another chance. Her life and longings turn on end, yet Tulla might be the biggest coward of all.
By Vickie McDonough
When the mail-order bride his grandmother secretly ordered for him doesn’t arrive, Quinn McFarland is relieved. But the only way to keep her from ordering another one is to find his own wife—and fast. When the sheriff suggests Quinn marry the gal in his jail, he balks. But marriage to Sarah could solve Quinn’s need for a wife and fix Sarah’s problems too. But dare he marry an outlaw? Maybe the idea is just crazy enough to work.
THE ANONYMOUS BRIDE
By Vickie McDonough
Luke Davis tells his cousins he’d get married if the right woman ever came along, never imagining the mayhem such a remark would make. For a month later, three mail-order brides arrive, courtesy of his well-meaning, scheming cousins. How will he decide which one is right for him? Widowed boardinghouse owner Rachel Hamilton still loves Luke but never worked up the courage to tell him. Now that three brides have shown up vying for his hand, Rachel is totally unnerved. What will she do if Luke marries someone else? Will he ever realize that sometimes love is right in front of you?
By Nancy J. Farrier
Fresh out of prison, Asia Jessup wishes she could change her past and maybe her future. As she searches for family, her devastating secret might destroy her last hope of connection. Ian Kittridge has his own thriving restaurant, and is a respected business owner. Thanks to a teenage Asia’s empathy one summer he’d been pulled back from the brink of ruining his life and ending up like his father—a murderer. As Asia’s secrets quake the family she hoped to find, can she and Ian find their way through the storm, to a peaceful resolution, and look toward a brighter future?
GOLD RUSH BRIDE HANNAH
By Linda Shenton Matchett
Hannah Lauman’s husband has been murdered, but rather than grief, she feels...relief. She decides to remain in Georgia to work their gold claim, but a series of incidents makes it clear someone wants her gone...dead or alive. Is a chance at being a woman of means and independence worth risking her life?
Jess Vogel never breaks a promise, so when he receives a letter from a former platoon mate about being in danger, he drops everything to help his old friend. Unfortunately, he arrives just in time for the funeral. Can he convince the man’s widow he’s there for her protection not for her money?
Catherine Ulrich Brakefield is an award-winning author of the inspirational historical romances Wilted Dandelions and Destiny of Heart. Her popular Destiny series includes: Swept into Destiny, Destiny’s Whirlwind, Destiny of Heart, and Waltz with Destiny. She has written Images of America; The Lapeer Area, and Images of America: Eastern Lapeer County. Her short stories have been published in Guidepost Books, Baker Books, Revell, CrossRiver Media, and Bethany House Publishers. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), President of the Great Lakes Chapter (ACFW GLC). Catherine lives with her husband of 45 years, has two adult children, and four grandchildren. See https://www.CatherineUlrichBrakefield.com for more information about her books.
Naomi Musch is a multi-published author whose great love is historical fiction. Her novel Mist O’er the Voyageur was a 2019 Selah Awards finalist and two-time Book of the Year finalist. The sequel, Song for the Hunter, will release in early 2022, as will Not for Love, her novella in Barbour’s Lumberjacks and Ladies collection. She’s at home in the Northwoods with her husband Jeff near their adult children and ever-expanding passel of grandchildren. Visit her website and find her newsletter at https://www.naomimusch.com/
Vickie McDonough is the CBA, EPCA, and Amazon best-selling author of 50 books and novellas. Vickie grew up wanting to marry a rancher, but instead, she married a computer geek who is scared of horses. She now lives out her dreams penning romance stories about ranchers, cowboys, lawmen, and other living in the Old West. Vickie’s books have won numerous awards including the Booksellers Best, OWFI Best Fiction Novel Award, and the Inspirational Readers’ Choice award. When she’s not writing, Vickie enjoys reading, making cards, gardening, and traveling.
Nancy J. Farrier is a best-selling, award-winning author of historical and contemporary Christian fiction. She grew up in the mid-west, moved to the Southwest to be close to the mountains and never looked back. She loves the people, plants, and animals found in the desert. She loves the sunshine, and most days she enjoys the heat. Nancy enjoys early morning hikes, spending time with her family, reading, and going to church.
Linda Shenton Matchett writes about ordinary people who did extraordinary things in days gone by. She is a volunteer docent and archivist for the Wright Museum of WWII and is currently working with the museum curator to create her first exhibit entitled “Shaped by Conflict.” Linda is a native of Baltimore, MD and was born a stone’s throw from Fort McHenry. She has lived in historical places all her life and is now located in central New Hampshire where her favorite activities include exploring historic sites and immersing herself in the imaginary worlds created by other authors.