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On April 3rd, SONGS IN THE NIGHT will be one year old!!

I'd love to announce the release of the second book, but it's best to just be honest and tell you it isn't ready yet.

This year has been a huge one in my life and the life of my family. We've finally realized a dream of entrepreneurship, but that has required nearly every ounce of my attention.

But it's coming!! Bit by bit, the writing is happening and the story is unfolding!

SONGS IN THE NIGHT is a story of redemption. Of tiny sparks of hope holding the darkness at bay, and mercy big enough to transform a broken life.

I hope you've enjoyed it. If you haven't read it, I hope one day you will!

I'll keep updated as the sequel comes along! 300 NEW WORDS today. :) Nothing massive, but baby steps count too.



In February, I finally read another book by the incredibly talented Valerie Howard! If you haven't picked up one of her books, I highly recommend you do. This series stood out to me first because I am forever a New England girl. Portions of my childhood were spent in Maine, and there's always a part of me that wants to go back!




"Oh I needed this. I had no idea Valerie Howard had written this series (I'd only read Avalon a few years back), and I grabbed this first book as soon as it came on my radar. Howard is so gifted at writing in a way that connects readers to her characters. I was emotionally involved with both Jamie and Byron's stories from the very start, and by the end I was crying with each of them, feeling their pain and anguish and relief. Most beautiful of all was the way Howard walked her characters patiently through journeys of redemption that felt so natural...honest and real rather than forced for the sake of wrapping up the story.

I deeply appreciate how gently the gospel was shared, yet with unwavering conviction. Thank you for this gem!

Now on to the next asap."

I'd love to know what you're reading! Put your recommendations in the comments!


Until the next time!



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