The above picture was taken at The Cottage House, a very old hotel here in our little town. It was for an annual event held every July called Ladies Night Out. What a fun evening! This is me and my editor, a.k.a. our oldest daughter. Don’t let that mother/daughter relationship fool you. She’s hard-nosed when it comes to doing it right!
My first book was published in September 2015. To Thee I’m Wed is a story of love, commitment and sacrifice.
The characters faced painful complications in their marriage
By D. L. Campbell on May 16, 2016
The farther I got into this book, the harder it was to put down. The characters faced painful complications in their marriage. I lost sleep over this book, because I couldn’t quit reading. Right up to the last paragraph, and I’m still thinking about the ending. This is an intriguing story of a troubled marriage of a Christian couple. I recommend it.
There is hope
By Julane Hiebert on June 28, 2016
All too often, as Christians, we would like for the world to think our problems are different, cleaner, more respectable, etc.. Deborah addresses the REAL, and often painful reality of our humanity. Yet, she does not leave us without the redemption that comes with forgiveness. I loved this story and know it will resonant on various levels to oh, so many!!
centered around four, headstrong women of the Barton family. Continue their journey down through the years as you meet Annabella King in, A Place to Call Home, Annabella Barton in, A Place of Refuge, Helen Barton in A Place to Heal, and Evelyn Hanover in A Place in My Heart.
By Dakota on February 29, 2016
the series to be published. I love getting to know all the characters and being drawn into the story as if they are a part
of your own family. The author is very good at doing so with this book as well as with her first novel To Thee I Wed.