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The party is today from 7:00 to 8:30 PM Eastern Time.
Will Jamie Holbrooke and Dr. Alessandro Marianni stop powerful organized crime figures before the painting is lost forever and, with it, a two-thousand-year-old secret more valuable than the prized artwork? Jamie will need the courage to face her worst nightmares from a painful past in Cleveland, Ohio and the preserving faith of Alessandro’s ancestors to heal her wounded heart.
An orphan left with the responsibility of raising her younger siblings falls for a mining engineer with adventure on his mind. Another steps in with an untenable solution. Is making a bad choice better than making no choice at all? And can God really turn even the worst situation to good for His glory?
Roxy Silva is completing her mail route in her small Florida town, when a sinkhole suddenly opens up and drains a retention pond, revealing the hiding place of the damaged car used in her husband’s unsolved murder. Roxy - determined to find her husband’s killer - turns amateur sleuth and uses her amazing photographic memory to piece together clues. Her relationship with Kyle, the town’s handsome detective, heats up as they uncover shocking secrets. When the killer takes Roxy captive, she must use her wits to survive.
She’erah is an architect determined to leave her mark in a man’s world. When tragedy ravages the camp, it's up to her to continue the build despite her clan's prejudice. Acts of sabotage threaten the construction and the shaky foundation of She’erah’s pride. It’s up to She’erah to break generations of rivalry, distrust, and jealousy—if she can learn to rely on the strengths and abilities of those around her to help. Will she learn to trust God and others before her life’s legacy comes crumbling down around her?
Can a thief and a lawman find happiness? Orphaned as a child, Beryl Atherton has lived on the streets of London as long as she can remember. Reduced to stealing for survival, she is arrested. During her incarceration one of her cellmates shows her a newspaper ad for an American mail-order bride agency. But all is not as it seems, and moments after landing in Boston, she must run for her life. Will things be no different for her in the New World?
Through the ages, men have told many stories about Mary, Joseph, and the birth of the Messiah. Stories of shepherds and sheep, kings, angels, and stables. But one story no one has ever told. One story hidden in the fabric of time. The story of The Swaddling Clothes.
Donna Wichelman worked as a communications professional before turning to full-time writing. Her short stories and articles have appeared in Focus on the Family Magazine, Standard Publishing, LIVE Magazine, and a devotional for mothers and daughters. She has two indie-published contemporary suspense books, Light Out of Darkness and Undaunted Valor and contributes her monthly blog to Heroes, Heroines and History. Donna lives in Colorado with her husband of thirty-nine years, and they serve in ministries at her local church. They bike, travel, kayak, and love spending time with their grandchildren.
A hybrid author, Donna Schlachter writes squeaky-clean historical and contemporary suspense. She has been published more than 60 times in books; is a member of several writers’ groups; facilitates a critique group; teaches writing classes; ghostwrites; edits; and judges in writing contests. She loves history and research, traveling extensively for both, and is an avid oil painter. She is taking all the information she’s learned along the way about the writing and publishing process, and is coaching writers at any stage of their manuscript.
Mary Dodge Allen has won a 2022 Christian Indie Award (First place, Mystery/Suspense), a 2022 Angel Award and two Royal Palm Literary Awards. She enjoys writing fast-paced adventure with humor and heart. She and her husband live in Central Florida, where she has served as a volunteer with the local police department. Her Minnesota childhood sparked a lifelong love of the outdoors. She has worked as a Teacher, Counselor and Social Worker and as a USPS mail carrier during a college break. Her quirky sense of humor is energized by both coffee and chocolate.
Author of Biblical fiction, avid reader, pastor's wife, Naomi Craig loves reading the Bible and imagining how things were at the time. When she’s not serving in various areas at church or trying to stay on top of mountains of dishes, you'll most likely find her enjoying a good book and a cup of coffee. Naomi co-hosts #BehindTheStory on YouTube and helps facilitate Biblical Fiction Aficionados Community on Facebook. When not writing or trying to wrangle social media, Naomi attempts to get her rescue dog to be cute on command for the many pics she takes throughout the day.
Linda Shenton Matchett writes about ordinary people who did extraordinary things in days gone by. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, she was born a stone’s throw from Fort McHenry (of Star-Spangled Banner fame) and has lived in historical places all her life. She now lives in central New Hampshire where she is a volunteer docent and archivist at the Wright Museum of WWII.
Two-time winner of the Christian Indie Award for historical fiction, Amber Lemus inspires hearts through enthralling tales She has a passion for travel, history, books and her Savior. This combination results in what her readers call "historical fiction at its finest." She lives near the Ozarks in her "casita" with her prince charming. Between enjoying life as a boy mom, and spinning stories out of soap bubbles, Amber loves to connect with readers and hang out on Goodreads with other bookish people.