Rachel Dodge is the author of Praying with Jane: 31 Days Through the Prayers of Jane Austen (Bethany House 2018) and The Anne of Green Gables Devotional: A Chapter-By-Chapter Companion for Kindred Spirits (Barbour 2020). She teaches college English classes, gives talks at libraries, teas, and book clubs, and is a writer for the popular Jane Austen's World blog and Jane Austen's Regency World Magazine. She is passionate about encouraging and equipping families to grow closer to Jesus through prayer and the study of God's Word. A kindred spirit at heart, Dodge enjoys books, bonnets, and ball gowns. She makes her home in California with her husband and their two children.
Collecting for the Flea Market Love Letters archive project began in 2015. The present mission of the project is to archive and preserve found, vintage ephemera (letters, postcards, photos etc.) often sourced at flea markets. There are now nearly 300 letters in the archive, and that number is increasing.
Nancy Mehl is the author of over twenty-five books, including the Road to Kingdom, Finding Sanctuary, and Defenders of Justice series. She received the ACFW Mystery Book of the Year Award in 2009. She writes from her home in Missouri, where she lives with her husband, Norman, and their puggle, Watson.
Three siblings discuss what it was like growing up in a haunted house in New Orleans.
Linda Brooks Davis pens stories inspired by her ancestors' lives of faith and grit, ... She attended Abilene Christian University where she earned a degree in speech pathology in 1968. ... Linda and her husband live in San Antonio, Texas and worship at Oak Hills Church.
Patricia Bradley is a Romantic Suspense writer living in the Deep South. Her first published works were short-stories published in Woman’s World. Now she the proud author of nine novels and two novellas. She is also proud to be represented by Julie Gwinn of the Seymour Agency.
Interview with Graphic Artist and Book Cover Designer Danny Mehl: "I am a Graphic Designer and Art Director with over ten years of experience working in graphic design firms, ad agencies and the in-house department of a world-renowned ministry. In addition to my day job I also do freelance projects including book covers. I've won multiple awards and had work featured in major publications including Graphis, Addys, AIGA Design Shows, and Logo Lounge. I'm a firm believer in working closely with clients to get to the root of the problem they're trying to solve. Defining what we truly need to say and who we need to say it to allows everyone to move forward confidently in seeking and identifying the perfect creative solution."
Rachael O. Phillips, a church music director, began her unplanned writing career during midlife when the church secretary demanded newsletter articles at gunpoint. At Bethel College, Mishawaka, Indiana, she obtained degrees in Professional Writing and English. There, she made connections that resulted in her first biography, Frederick Douglass, followed by three others. A 2007 American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) Genesis winner and 2012 finalist for an ACFW Carol Award, Rachael has written six novels and recently signed contracts for four cozy mysteries. She also has coauthored a reference guide, Women of the Bible,and three novella collections. An Erma Bombeck Global Award winner, she enjoys writing humor and has published more than 700 articles, newspaper columns, devotions, and stories for newspapers, magazines and various collections. She enjoys speaking to diverse audiences, sharing laughs and inspiration. She and Steve, her high school sweetheart and husband of 40 years, live in Indiana, where he serves as a family doctor and also as an adjunct professor at Taylor University. Their three grown children and six perfect grandchildren all live in Indiana and Michigan.
Sharon K. Connell is the author of four Christian Romance Suspense novel. She writes from her home in Houston, Texas. Her stories are about people who discover that God is able and willing to help, if they ask...and trust in Him and His timing
Moments before the destruction of her home planet, Carla's parents jettisoned her and her twin brother to earth. He was taken in by a kindly farmer in Kansas while she was embraced by a rather liberal clowder of feral cats in Houston, Texas.
While still a toddler, she bid farewell to her feline family and headed to Pace, Florida, a small hamlet just outside Pensacola. There she raised herself in a hollowed out tree trunk and taught herself to speak fluent Southern, ride out a hurricane like a pro and tell the difference between Coke and Pepsi by fizz alone.
As an adult, she fulfilled the dream of all feral cats and became a Spanish teacher and track coach. After nearly a decade in the classroom, she met a military cyborg who promptly married her and whisked her away to such exotic locations as Virginia and New Mexico. Now, a mother of twins herself, she and her husband have returned to the People's Holy Republic of Texas and reside not far from where her pod originally landed.