New website! (and other stuff)

So here we are! The new website is live and I LOVE it! A shout out to my fabulous web guys. They deserve a lot of credit - the whole design was their idea. I couldn't be happier. If you explore the site, you will see that my books are all under one roof now. The books page lists the series, and will be updated as new books release. Everything that was available on The Wives of King David website is now located here. I will keep the Wives of King David website for another year or so, but for up-to-date information on any of the books, this is the place to be.

Each book page has Discussion Questions, Bible Study Questions, and a Preview of the book all available for FREE download. So please make use of them, if you so desire. There are also links to many online bookstores where the books are available for purchase.

Please visit my Contact Page to email me. For press releases, interviews, or book reviewer requests, please see the appropriate publicity person listed there as well.

And of course, there is my blog! It's no longer on the front page, but I do hope you will still stop by and visit now and then. We've added a link to Facebook where you can comment on the posts or if you like what you see, you can Tweet to Twitter. (Who would have thought such words would one day be verbs?)

In other thoughts - this week is the start of a blog tour for Sarai, so lots of reviews are starting to pop up on the web. And next Sunday, I'll be a featured blogger in the historical section of RomCom Blog. I'll post a link when the time is closer.

The book signing for Sarai last Sunday at Woodside Troy went very well. I can't believe I forgot to take pictures! Middle-aged memory kicked in, I guess! Oh well...

The weekend has slipped by too fast. But at least the house got a decent cleaning on Saturday, and the frig is stocked for another week. And in all, I've been doing a lot of praying and seeing some cool answers. Sometimes God is silent for a long time. But sometimes, I think He waits until the final hour when we are sure there is no hope, to show us a greater glory - His. And a greater blessing.

Speaking of blessings - I heard a new song today from an album I recently purchased by Laura Story called "Blessings." Listen to the words. You won't be disappointed.