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The new book is almost out! After years of writing non-fiction, I’ve put to use my Creative Writing degree and penned a romantic comedy! Let me introduce you to Amy Summers, my spunky heroine who I hope you love as much as I do. Here’s a bit about the book:

Meet Amy Summers, a big-hearted heroine whose simple life gets turned upside down when she finds a winning lottery ticket worth millions…but should she cash it?

Amy Summers has it all: the world’s best job, an awesome boyfriend, and a happily-ever-after in sight. Then, in one very bad day that involves burnt toast and a police arrest, she loses everything – except for a winning lottery ticket her ex left behind.

           Afraid to cash it, she decides to give up men and become a Bohemian novelist. She takes her laptop to Starbucks and literally bumps into caffeine-free, easy-going Josh Gray, a life coach and very handsome man. (Not that she’s noticing.) When he offers to help Amy get back on her feet, she decides to hire him.

           Her heart is telling her that he’s the man for her, but Josh is big on honesty and Amy has a huge secret that could push him away if he ever finds out.

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            Coming in November! Pre-order it now!

“Richly meaningful while wildly entertaining, GOOD ENOUGH is a major new book by an exceptionally talented author”.

– Grady Harp, Amazon Top 100 Reviewer

 

 

About the A Kid at Heart!

A Kid At Heart: Becoming a Child of Our Heavenly Father  

            Are there days when you want to throw down your adult duties, say "ta-ta" to your to-do list, and be a kid?

            What if  you could live "the perfect childhood", where you feel safe, trusting and secure; where someone bigger has all the right answers, where you can sleep peacefully and safely in your soft comfy bed at night?

Excerpt from "Why Is There A Lemon In My Fruit Salad"

Peace: Or Learning to Cat Nap

For you did not receive a spirit that makes you a slave again to fear. --Romans 8:15a

    I own a cat with a severe anxiety problem. It got so bad once, that she even had to go on kitty-Prozac.

    Duane and I should stop getting pets. First we got a rabbit that goes for your jugular…now a cat with anxiety problems.

    It all started out so innocently, really.

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