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BLOGWORDS – Friday 12 July 2019 – CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – TIM RITER – GIVEAWAY WINNER

CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – TIM RITER – GIVEAWAY WINNER

“A bit of an unreconstructed Jesus freak.”

 

“It’s time to follow Jesus in an unconventional manner. Maybe it’s time to sweat the small stuff. Maybe it’s time to look at fresh ways of following Jesus. Let’s move beyond reading the Bible more and praying more and giving more and serving more as paths to intimacy. Let’s explore new ways to do the old faith.”

WINNER! WINNER!

 

Congratulations to

JODI HASSEL

and

LUCY REYNOLDS

Tim will be in touch with you to send your gift!

Thanks to everyone who entered!

 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tim Riter blends the prophetic (we missed it) with the pastoral (we can fix it), based on over two decades as a pastor and over seventeen years as an educator at the university and secondary levels, teaching composition and communication. A bit unconventional, a non-reconstructed Jesus freak, a biker, fisherman, lover of mountains, but most of all, committed to Jesus.

Tim shares his experiences in a variety of venues, including conference and church speaking, keynotes and workshops at writers conferences, has done about 150 radio interviews, and is the nonfiction book panelist at The Writers’ View, an online group of professional writers. His tenth book, God, a Motorcycle, and the Open Road released this April

He particularly enjoys working with those not yet followers of Jesus and those current followers who want to go deeper. He has a BA in History and an MA in Communication, both from Pepperdine, and an MA in Ministry from Hope International University. He loves the mountains, motorcycle tours, and trout fishing.

And, he’s a biker. He’s ridden over 200,000 miles on two wheels, covering 46 states and three countries, has repaired a chain locking the sprocket on the side or a road in Canada, fixed a flat in 110 degree temps, replaced a master fuse on the edge of a Los Angeles freeway, ridden 1,000 miles in one day, and more. He has a lot of grease under his fingernails, and calluses on his throttle hand. And a few where his body meets the bike seat.

 

 

http://timriter.com/

https://www.facebook.com/God-a-Motorcycle-and-the-Open-Road-660865447703632/

https://www.amazon.com/Tim-Riter/e/B001HCWD6Y?

 

 “As a true extrovert with a very solitary occupation as a writer, I truly enjoy social media. Sometimes I tell people I’m not sure I could have survived my 24-year writing career without it!”

GIVEAWAY

Tim is offering a print copy of God, A Motorcycle, and the Open Road  to two winners.

 

 

#Blogwords, Chat Thursday, Author Interview, Tim Riter, Giveaway Winner, #WINNER

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BLOGWORDS – Thursday 4 July 2019 – CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – CINDY SPROLES – GIVEAWAY WINNER

 

CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – CINDY SPROLES – GIVEAWAY WINNER

“Speaking and Writing From the Heart”

“I love to write devotions, to seek after the deeper side of Christ and to share the lessons He teaches me from life in the hills of East Tennessee. I am a writer. A speaker. A lover of God’s Word and friend to all.”

 

WINNER! WINNER!

 

Congratulations to

VIVIAN FURBAY

Cindy will be in touch with you to send your gift!

Thanks to everyone who entered!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Cindy K. Sproles is an author and a speaker, whose dream is to do nothing more than craft words that speak from the heart. God’s plan seems to be for her to write and teach the craft.  With God’s guidance, Cindy is expanding her horizons. We’ll see how He uses her.

Cindy is a mountain gal. Proud of her heritage, she was born and raised in the Appalachian Mountains where life is simple, words have a deep southern drawl, and colloquialisms like, “well slap my knee and call me corn pone” seem to take precedence over proper speech. Apple Butter, coal mining, the river, pink sunrises and golden sunsets help you settle into a porch swing and relax. Family, the love of God and strong morals are embedded into her life in the mountains. Teaching writers, spinning fiction tales about life in the mountains, history and down home ideas find their way into all she does. “I love to write devotions, to seek after the deeper side of Christ and to share the lessons He teaches me from life in the hills of East Tennessee. I am a writer. A speaker. A lover of God’s Word and friend to all.” This is Cindy Sproles. Welcome home to the mountains.

 

 

https://cindysproles.com/

https://www.amazon.com/Cindy-Sproles/e/B004GL8Y02?

https://christiandevotions.us/

https://www.facebook.com/cindy.sproles

https://twitter.com/cindydevoted

https://www.instagram.com/cindyksproles/

 

 “God first, family second and career third (Thank you Mary Kay Ash for such wisdom.)”

 

 

GIVEAWAY

Cindy is offering a copy of Liar’s Winter OR Mercy’s Rain., e-book or a paperback copy to a US reader.

“I am an encourager and some tell me…this is to a fault.”

 

 

#Blogwords, Chat Thursday, Author Interview, Cindy Sproles, Giveaway Winner, #WINNER

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BLOGWORDS – Thursday 27 June 2019 – CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – MARION UECKERMANN – GIVEAWAY WINNER

CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – MARION UECKERMANN – GIVEAWAY WINNER

“A novel place to fall in love.”

 

 

WINNER! WINNER!

 

Congratulations to

ROXANNE CRUZ

Marion will be in touch with you to send your gift!

Thanks to everyone who entered!

 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

USA Today bestselling author, Marion Ueckermann’s passion for writing was sparked when she moved to Ireland with her family. Her love of travel has influenced her contemporary inspirational romances set in novel places. Marion and her husband again live in South Africa, but with two gorgeous grandsons hanging their hats at the house next door, their empty nest’s no longer so empty.

 

https://www.facebook.com/Marion.C.Ueckermann/

http://marionueckermann.net/

https://www.instagram.com/marion.ueckermann/

https://twitter.com/ueckie

https://www.linkedin.com/in/marion-ueckermann-4b52569/

https://www.pinterest.com/ueckie/

https://www.inspyromance.com/

 

 

A Time for Everything

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens:

a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to kill and a time to heal, a time to tear down and a time to build, a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance, a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them, a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing, a time to search and a time to give  up, a time to keep and a time to throw away, a time to tear and a time to mend, a time to be silent and a time to speak, a time to love and a time to hate, a time for war and a time for peace.”  Ecclesiastes Chapter 3

GIVEAWAY

Marion is giving away an e-copy of Remember Me, book 1 of our new Chapel Cove Romances.

 

 

“Some relationships are like this pot of Gloop—the color fades and they’re just one sticky mess. And some are a sticky mess even when they’re bright and new.”

 

#Blogwords, Chat Thursday, Author Interview, Marion Ueckermann, Giveaway Winner, #WINNER

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BLOGWORDS – Thursday 20 June 2019 – CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – LINDA K. RODANTE – GIVEAWAY WINNER

CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – LINDA K. RODANTE – GIVEAWAY WINNER

“Books that wrap sweet romance in real life issues women face today, then add an edge of mystery and suspense.”

 

“As a Christian I wanted to write something that glorified God…”

 

WINNER! WINNER!

 

Congratulations to

CONNIE PORTER SAUNDERS

Linda will be in touch with you to send your gift!

Thanks to everyone who entered!

 

 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Linda K. Rodante is an author and lover of sweet tea now living in the foothills of Tennessee. She sometimes misses her native state of Florida—the beaches, the swamps, and the forests—but she loves the coolness and seasonal changes in Tennessee. Especially the fall leaf change!

Her work with crisis pregnancy centers and anti-trafficking groups have given her a heart for women struggling in today’s society, while still respecting the role and strength God has given to men.

She’s a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers and of Word Weavers International. She belongs to Christian Indie Authors, Clean Indie Reads and many other online readers’ groups. She’s a past finalist of ACFW’s Genesis contest and has written numerous magazine articles.

Linda writes Christian romantic suspense. Her books wrap sweet romance in real-life issues women face today, then adds an edge of mystery and suspense. She desires not only to entertain with a good story, but to encourage others in their walk with God.

 

 

https://lindarodante.com/

https://www.amazon.com/Linda-K-Rodante/e/B012OITZ2Y?

https://www.instagram.com/lrodante/

https://www.facebook.com/lindakrodante/

https://twitter.com/lrodante

 

“Life can yank the warmth and laughter right out of us some days, but God and his wisdom can restore it.”

GIVEAWAY

Linda is offering a signed paperback of both A Tamale Christmas and Looking for Justice. Sorry, U.S. addresses only.

“Take just this moment and look around you, look at your life. What things can you see and hear and smell that are blessings from God?”

 

 

#Blogwords, Chat Thursday, Author Interview, Linda K. Rodante, Giveaway Winner, #WINNER

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BLOGWORDS – Thursday 13 June 2019 – CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – ANE MULLIGAN – GIVEAWAY WINNER

CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – ANE MULLIGAN – GIVEAWAY WINNER

“Ane Mulligan writes Southern-fried fiction served with a tall, sweet tea.”

“We must first learn what constitutes good writing, things like point of view, show vs telling, characterization, plot, conflict, etc., before we can understand when and how to break the rules. When you have mastered your craft, you can then know how to do it with panache.”

 

WINNER! WINNER!

 

Congratulations to

BRANDI DAGWAN

Ane will be in touch with you to send your gift!

Thanks to everyone who entered!

 

 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

While a large, floppy straw hat is her favorite, Ane has worn many different ones: hairdresser, legislative affairs director (that’s a fancy name for a lobbyist), drama director, playwright, humor columnist, and bestselling novelist. Her lifetime experience provides a plethora of fodder for her Southern-fried fiction (try saying that three times fast).

Ane firmly believes coffee and chocolate are two of the four major food groups. Her passion when she isn’t writing her Southern-fried Fiction is Community Theatre. She’s Creative/Managing Director of Players Guild@Sugar Hill, a non-profit Community Theatre troupe, where she and her husband act, direct, build sets, and are chief go-fors.

Contributor to the award-winning literary site, The Write Conversation, Ane resides in Sugar Hill, GA, with her artist husband, her chef son, and a rascally Rottweiler.

You can find Ane on her website and blog: http://www.anemulligan.com. If you’d like to see a map of Chapel Springs showing you where all the characters live, visit http://www.anemulligan.com

 

 

https://anemulligan.com/

https://www.facebook.com/anemulligansouthernfriedfiction/

https://twitter.com/AneMulligan

https://www.amazon.com/Ane-Mulligan/e/B00L3SDPDC

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/8061216.Ane_Mulligan

https://www.pinterest.com/anemulligan/

https://www.instagram.com/anemulligan/

https://southernwritersmagazine.blogspot.com/

https://thewriteconversation.blogspot.com/

 

 

 

“Everything in your story should have a reason to be there. Even the description of where your heroine is should have a purpose. Make its purpose more than just showing the where or what. Let it tell the reader something about the character.”

 

 

GIVEAWAY

Ane is offering a copy print or ebook of A Southern Season: Four Stories from a Front Porch Swing.

 

 

#Blogwords, Chat Thursday, Author Interview, Ane Mulligan, Giveaway Winner, #WINNER

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BLOGWORDS – Thursday 6 June 2019 – CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW and GIVEAWAY – ANE MULLIGAN

 

CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW and GIVEAWAY – ANE MULLIGAN

“Ane Mulligan writes Southern-fried fiction served with a tall, sweet tea.”

“We must first learn what constitutes good writing, things like point of view, show vs telling, characterization, plot, conflict, etc., before we can understand when and how to break the rules. When you have mastered your craft, you can then know how to do it with panache.”

 

 

Please give a warm feathered welcome to Ane Mulligan.

FAST FAVES

Cake or Cookies COOKIES

Call or Text   CALL

Dogs or Cats  DOGS

Eggs or Pancakes  EGGS

Facebook or Twitter  FACEBOOK

Paperback or Kindle  PAPERBACK

Thornton or Darcy DARCY

Yoga Pants or Jeans  JEANS

 

rem:  Hullo Ane! Welcome to my little nest. Tell us a little about yourself. Where were you raised? Where do you live now?

ANE:  I was raised in SoCal, but got to Georgia as quick as I could. I’m a Southern girl at heart, raised by a Southern mama.

rem:  The South is lucky to have you. Tell us three random things about yourself no one knows.

ANE:  Oh my word, I’m not sure anything is secret anymore. rem: LOL

  1. I once ate three bags of raw carrots and had to have my stomach pumped. rem: OH MY! I was four at the time. But I still love raw carrots.
  2. I have four great-grandchildren.
  3. I’m a remarkable klutz.

rem:  Grands are just the greatest, aren’t they! Do you have a favorite Bible verse? And why is it a favorite?

ANE:  Yes, two really. First is Prov 17:22 because I love to laugh (and I’m healthy) My life verse is Phil 1:6 because it assures me the Lord isn’t finished growing me.

rem:  Also two of my favorites, and I laugh as often as I can. What is your favourite quotation and why?

ANE:  “God whispers to our hearts and our hearts whisper back in stories.” – Karen Ball. I love that because it explains the Christian writer better than any other I’ve heard.

rem:  I’ve not heard that before, but I love it—and you are so right! (write!) What’s the most random thing in your bag or on your desk?

ANE:  Stage scripts. I’m always reading scripts for possible production.

rem:  How fun is that! I’m not jealous at all… If you could spend an evening with a fictional character, who would it be and why?

ANE:  Jo from Little Women. I read that book so many times, I wore out two copies growing up. I wanted to be like Jo. And guess what?

 

rem:  Well, off the top of my head, you’re both writers. #winkwink  What do you think is significant about Christian fiction?  How has being a novelist impacted your relationship with Christ?

ANE:  I believe when a person thinks they are being entertained, they let down their guard. Then, when they least expect it, the story can reach out, touch their heart and change a life.

To do that, the well has to be full. If I try to write without God, I can’t fulfill my calling or plant any seeds.

rem:  Ane, that is so beautifully said. When reading, what makes or breaks a story for you? Your fiction pet peeve?

ANE:  I like a story to move. Pet peeve is miscommunication being used as the only conflict in romance.

rem:  What a flimsy “conflict” that would be! What are you reading right now?

ANE:  Turtles in the Road by Kaley Rhea and Rhonda Rhea.

rem:  Sounds cute… Your signature hat is an adorable floppy straw hat. How and when did that become your signature look?

ANE:  I love hats and own several, but that is the first one that fit me just right.

rem:  I love hats, too, (as does our dear Pepper Basham.) I used to have several, but didn’t wear them as much as I wanted to. Methinks you and Pepper have inspired me to give it another go! You wear a lot of other hats—“hairdresser, legislative affairs director (that’s a fancy name for a lobbyist), drama director, playwright, humor columnist, and bestselling novelist.” I am also an actress; tell us about PlayersGuild@SugarHill.

ANE:  Six or seven years ago, the mayor of Sugar Hill started asking me to start a Community Theatre. I’d been head of drama at church for 11 years. I wasn’t sure I wanted to head up a Community Theatre, but he kept at me, so I finally agreed. Actually, what I said was, “You find a young man with lots of passion and energy for theatre, and I’ll do it.” I thought I had him there, but he had that young man waiting in the wings. We incorporated as a non-profit in 2014 and just a few weeks later, the town unveiled their plans for a $9 million state-of-the-art performing arts theatre. I was blown away. We operated out of an old school, turning the cafeteria into the theatre, until the new Eagle Theatre was completed. We moved in and opened the first show in November of 2018.

rem:  What an amazing story! I might have to tootle down the road and catch one of your shows! What can you share with us about your adoption story?

ANE:  The best thing is to send people to my website and click on Adoption. But in a nutshell, I found my birth sisters in 2009, 10 years ago. I learned how strong DNA is, because we are so much alike! It was like catching up instead of getting to know one another. They welcomed me with open arms, and I thank God for them. I always wanted a sister and now I have 5!

rem:  I read your story, Ane, and it’s tender and heartwarming. Tell us a little about your writing journey.

ANE:  My journey was long. I’d been a successful playwright and turned my hand to novels in 2000. Ha! I learned quickly, after finding an online critique group, that all I knew was good dialogue. I had to learn the rest. I did, soaking it up like dry mud. After my third book was written, I began to get interest in my books. I went to committee a gazillion times, but God kept the door shut. Finally, I got my first contract in 2013. At the moment I have 9 books published.

rem:  I get that—my affinity for and participation in theatre feeds the dialogue in my stories. What are your top 3 recommendations for a new writer? What 3 things would recommend not doing?

ANE:  Top three are 1. Learn your craft; 2. Go to writers conferences. There you can network with other writers and industry professionals; and 3. Enjoy the journey. Recommend not doing? 1. Being sensitive about your work and not growing rhino skin. Hard critiques make you a better writer; 2. Listening to people talk. Who needs realistic dialogue? And 3. Ignoring what an editor tells you.

rem:  Sound guidance, good advice. How do you choose your characters’ names?

ANE:  I have several books and sites I use. One of my favorites is the Baby Name Survey book. It tells you what people think when they hear that name. But then I listen to my characters. I’ve had three or four who have changed their names on me. One did it twice. Finally I found one she’s happy with. Names are important.

rem:  Do you think of the entire story before you start writing?

ANE:  Well, I know the what-if and how I want it to end. But the rest is kind of a process. I loosely plan out the first few chapters, then write. Then I plan again and write more. The more I write, the more I find I’m a seat of the pants writer.

rem:  Yup! Sounds like me. (and those sneaky characters can really pull a fast one, can’t they!) Tell us a little about your latest book? What is your current project?

ANE:  A Southern Season – Four Stories form a Front Porch Swing is my latest book. It’s a collection of four novellas, mine is A Magnolia Blooms in Winter. The blurb is:

A Broadway hopeful puts her dreams on hold to help an old flame.

 

New York. Bright Lights. Broadway. Finally this dream is within reach for Morgan James—until the heartstrings of home tug her back to help out an old friend in Sugar Hill, GA. When she arrives, she’s met with more than she expects. Maybe it’s just nostalgia, but when she sees Andy Wayfield again, an old flame rekindles, burning as bright as those Broadway lights. But when her agent calls, telling her she’s won the lead in a new musical, her heart is split in two. Is fame worth losing the man she loves?

rem:  Now that is conflict! What is YOUR favorite part about the book or why do you love this book? Why should we read it?

ANE:  My favorite part is when the girl Morgan thinks is her rival does a one-eighty.

rem:  Please give us the first page of the book.

ANE:

Morgan? Is that you?”

“Who else would be answering my phone, Mama?”

A siren—police or ambulance?—filtered through my window, an ever present part of New York City. Trapping my cell phone between my shoulder and ear, I entered ninety seconds on the microwave’s digital pad. After a sniff of the leftover Chinese takeout for edibility, I slid in my supper. Mama’s laughter wrapped around me like a warm hug from home as the plate spun around.

“You’ve lost most of your drawl, sugar. I hardly recognize your voice anymore. For a second, I thought it was Lisa or Michelle.”

I’d heard that lament several times. My roommates were from California, and I’d worked long and hard to adopt their accent. I’d never play a convincing Silicon Valley housewife with a Southern drawl.

“How are you, Mama? Is Daddy still treating you like a queen?” I leaned against the two-foot-long kitchen counter. Affordable Manhattan apartments were miniscule compared to … anywhere, but especially to home.

“He’s a keeper, that’s for sure.”

I heard a “but” in her voice.

“Sweetie, I called for a reason.”

Yep, there it was.

“Are you between roles now? Can you come home?”

Between roles? Uh, yeah. Way between. I hadn’t played so much as a walk-on since September and it was now November. I actually had to take a second job to pay my rent, which was due in—I flipped a calendar page on my tiny fridge—two days. I stifled a groan so Mama wouldn’t hear.

“I might be able to, but I just had two different auditions. Rehearsals start in a few weeks for one and six weeks for the other.” I didn’t really feel I was right for the part that started soon. But the other? Oh, I was born to play the lead in Bloom! “Why? Is something wrong?”

“Sugar Hill Community Church needs you, darlin’. I don’t know if I told you, but we hired Andy Wayfield as our worship pastor six months ago.”

“Andy?” My heart did a little flutter. How long had it been? Over four years, and his name could still send my pulse to racing. “No, you didn’t tell me. I wouldn’t have forgotten something like that. Wait a minute. Did he leave the band?” Another thought hit me like a wrecking ball. “Did he get married?”

I swallowed my heart as I waited for her answer.

“Yes and no. Left the band, not married.”

 

rem:  Well, Ane, Sugah, ya got me hooked. What is one take-away from your book(s) that you hope readers identify with?

ANE:  God is trustworthy with your dreams.

rem:  Anything you’d like to add?

ANE:  I can’t think of a thing.

rem:  Ane, thank you so much for chatting with us at my little nest today!

 

https://anemulligan.com/

https://www.facebook.com/anemulligansouthernfriedfiction/

https://twitter.com/AneMulligan

https://www.amazon.com/Ane-Mulligan/e/B00L3SDPDC

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/8061216.Ane_Mulligan

https://www.pinterest.com/anemulligan/

https://www.instagram.com/anemulligan/

https://southernwritersmagazine.blogspot.com/

https://thewriteconversation.blogspot.com/

https://www.bookbub.com/authors/ane-mulligan

 

 

GIVEAWAY

Ane is offering a copy print or ebook of A Southern Season: Four Stories from a Front Porch Swing. (Print book to U.S. address only)

Winner will be notified within 2 weeks of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

Giveaway will begin at 12:oo A.M. on Thursday 6 June and end at 12:oo A.M  on Thursday 13 June. Giveaway is subject to the policies found on Robin’s Nest.

RAFFLECOPTER

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“Everything in your story should have a reason to be there. Even the description of where your heroine is should have a purpose. Make its purpose more than just showing the where or what. Let it tell the reader something about the character.”

 

 

#Blogwords, Chat Thursday, Author Interview and Giveaway, Ane Mulligan

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BLOGWORDS – Thursday 30 May 2019 – CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – WINNIE GRIGGS – GIVEAWAY WINNER

CHAT THURSDAY – AUTHOR INTERVIEW – WINNIE GRIGGS – GIVEAWAY WINNER

“Small towns, big hearts, amazing grace.”

““Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no help at all.”  ~Dale Carnegie

 

 

WINNER! WINNER!

 

Congratulations to

VIVIAN FURBAY

Winnie will be in touch with you to send your gift!

Thanks to everyone who entered!

 

 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Winnie Griggs is the award-winning author of Historical and Contemporary romances that focus on Small Towns, Big Hearts, Amazing Grace. She has released over 25 titles since her debut in 2001 and her work has won a number of regional and national awards, including a Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award. Winnie also pens a regular writing how-to column for a regional publication, The Minute Magazine.

On a personal note, Winnie grew up in southeast Louisiana in an area her friends thought of as the back of beyond. She and her siblings spent many hours exploring the overgrown land around her home, cutting jungle trails, building forts and frontier camps, and looking for pirate ships on the nearby bayou. Once she ‘grew up’ she found other outlets for dealing with all those wonderful, adventurous, imaginary friends by filling notebooks with their stories.

Eventually, she found her own Prince Charming, a rancher whose white steed takes the form of a tractor and whose kingdom is situated in a small rural community she loves to call home. Together they built their own storybook happily-ever-after, one that includes four now-grown children who are happily pursuing adventures of their own.

https://www.facebook.com/WinnieGriggs.Author

https://twitter.com/GriggsWinnie

https://www.winniegriggs.com/

http://seekerville.blogspot.com/

https://www.pinterest.com/wdgriggs/

https://smile.amazon.com/Winnie-Griggs/e/B001KI76KI

https://www.bookbub.com/profile/winnie-griggs

 

 

“Your contract with your readers is to entertain and engage them, perhaps even challenge them, and most of all to provide them with a world they can immerse themselves in to forget their own cares for a while.”

 

GIVEAWAY

Winnie is offering a print book – winner’s choice of any book from her backlist. (U.S. addresses only.) Titles can be found at https://www.winniegriggs.com/books.php

 

 

 

 

“Writing can be a lonely, solitary business. Savvy writers will take the time to make personal connections, to be supportive of other writers and to maintain connections with friends outside of the writing community.”

 

 

#Blogwords, Chat Thursday Seekerville Blog Blitz, Author Interview, Winnie Griggs, Giveaway Winner, #WINNER

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