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2015 is rocking right along, bringing more Christian fiction to your door. With this Spark (July 2015), Small-Town Summer Brides (June 2015), 12 Brides of Summer (August 2015) and Stealing Jake (August 2015) all released back-to-back, keeping me quite busy. And that’s just the SUMMER releases. Whew!

Have you heard the news? Stealing Jake received 4 Stars from Romantic Times, and Claiming Mariah is the #1 CBA Best Selling Historical fiction for July 2015! I’m so blessed.

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I know it's only April, but I'm working ahead here...Read More

I know it's only April, but I'm working ahead here! lol There's nothing like picking wild blackberries in the summer here in Mississippi. Wild brambly blackberries ripen in MS in June-July. I'm already paying attention to the flowering tangle of vines and instructing My Cowboy NOT to spray the fence rows where they are! 🙁 In the book I'm working on right now, a historical set in 1792 Natchez, MS territory, one of my characters is fresh off the boat from Ireland. She's excited to find out that the blackberries around Natchez will ripen in June, not the Autumn months as they did back home in Ireland. I also read that the blackberry bush is one of the most most familiar "brambly bushes" in Ireland, so I thought that was pretty cool. It's funny how I just assumed that something like blackberries would ripen at the same time the world over. Yeah, I know, that's kinda naive, isn't it? Have you ever gone blackberry picking? If so, what part of the world are you in, and what time of the year do they ripen where you are?...