[Guest Post by Annette M. Irby] Have you ever walked into a bookstore and known the type of book you wanted to read but not a title? I did that about ten years ago. It was early summer, and I was interested in reading a compilation of four novels in one set on the Pacific […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
“Why I Wrote An Anchor on Her Heart” Guest Post by Patricia Lee When my son graduated from college with a degree in biology, coupled with the required extra units for a marine science certification, my heart swelled with pride. After he was hired by a Seattle-based company as an observer biologist for the National Marine […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Guest Post by Lisa Phillips. One girl falls in love young, and gets married early. An older lady, widowed, finds love for a second time. A gal, single into her forties, finds love what seems like “finally.” We all have different stories, threads of a tapestry God is weaving in our lives—sometimes dark colors, and […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Guest Post by Christina Coryell One of my favorite parts of writing Finding Love in Cannon Beach was giving Kadence and Foster a passion for the piano. Many of the characters I’ve written have loved music, but these two were my first characters who were wild about keys. This was a special topic for me, […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
By Angela Ruth Strong Finding Love in Park City, Utah might have been the easiest novel I’ve ever written. And the hardest. It was easy to write because the story is so similar to my own experience. I wrote 30,000 words in three days. If you’re not an author, what that means is if I […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
By Angela Ruth Strong One year ago I attended the Sundance Film Festival to research for Finding Love in Park City, Utah. I like to use real life settings, but this was the first time I actually got to travel to the location before writing the book. In fact, my novel Finding Love in Sun […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.