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Saturday, October 01, 2011

BIG NEWS!

Ane, Jess and I, along with a team of other fantastic authors have teamed up to launch a brand new website that has nothing to do with writing, except writers are writing it of course. :)

It launched today and in so many ways, this is our offering. We can feel God's hands all over it.

It's called Inspire a Fire, visit and see what it's all about. We appreciate any help in spreading the word. When you visit, you'll see that we're reaching out to the world for Christ. We hope you'll stop by and leave us a comment. A lot of love went in to this!

www.inspireafire.com 




Also, we are so very happy to announce that our good friend, Eddie Jones' novel, Bahama Breeze releases today. Eddie is a very funny guy, a heckuva writer and is madly in love with Jesus and sarcasm.


Check his book out if a nautical tale of humor might be of interest to you. I read a portion of it years ago and was in love with his writing. He's award-winning for very good reason!



About BAHAMA BREEZE:

ANNA FORTUNE is a government intelligence analyst who longs for tropical sunsets, early morning beach walks, and a man bold enough to steal her heart. SONNY CAY is a large, lumbering toilet paper salesman with a terminal disease, unpaid medical bills and the haunting memory of a girl he lost years ago. She knows the location of terrorist cells, corrupt politicians and that no man can be trusted to keep his word, wedding date or promise to love forever. He knows life is for the taking, love for the making and both end all too soon. So when Anna is ordered to protect a presidential candidate polling in the single digits on a fund-raising junket in the Bahamas, both get a second chance at true love. He came because he loved her, because all those years ago, she’d stirred him the way no woman ever had. She was his Mt. Everest, the pinnacle of his small world. His head told him to run; his heart made him stay. Now only the gale force winds of a “Bahama Breeze” can cool the white-hot embers of old flames erupting.



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