A Moonbow Night

October 16, 2016 | Comment on This

Dear Reading Friends,

I had hoped to post a fall newsletter but alas, here it is mid-October and the leaves are changing rapidly and time has gotten away from me. In the meantime, the countdown for A Moonbow Night has begun and my publisher has created some lovely images for me to share. Here’s the first. What I would give to walk in these misty woods! Tempe’s story begins in spring and the story ends in autumn of 1777 Kentucke, the year of the bloody sevens as it was called then and now. You’ll soon find out just why that was so within the pages of this new novel.

In the meantime, praying for my beloved readers and this book as it goes to print. My hope is that it blesses those who pick it up and sheds a little light on God’s grace to a needy world.

In Him,




8 responses to “A Moonbow Night”

  1. Wish January wasn’t so far off! I’m so very eager for you to whisk me away to Kentucke and meet Tempe. You can count on me for helping to spread the word. 🙂

    • laurafrantz says:

      What would I do without you, Brenda? Your faithfulness and encouragement mean more than words can say! Can’t wait for you to meet Tempe and leap back in time:) Thanks so much!

  2. Carissa says:

    Looking forward to this book and the trip back to frontier Kentucky amidst the pages.

    • laurafrantz says:

      Beautifully said, Carissa. Can’t wait till you meet Tempe on a shivery winters day! It will be spring in her neck of the woods:)

  3. Cindy says:

    I love those misty woods. It’s a place I would never venture into in real life.
    Hope Kentucky is treating you well. I’m looking forward to cooler temps this weekend and making my first pot of beef stew of the season. Still trying to find a new normal and heal. Maybe fall will help with that.
    So excited for you and your new release.

    • laurafrantz says:

      So good to hear from you, neighbor! Your cooking sounds wonderful Today is so wet and cool yet still colorful. The leaves are really falling. Praying for you as your heart heals and we warm up the holidays. God bless you and your little nest!

  4. Susan Gabbard says:

    Dear Laura: My grandparents were Allie and Ernest Gabbard and it appears we are related according to our cousin who turned me on to your novels. My first will be A Moonbow Night. Looking forward to its release. Take care and enjoy this Fall season. 🙂

    • laurafrantz says:

      Dear Susan, I can’t tell you how delighted I am to meet you here! Please thank our cousin for telling you about me/my books. That means so much to me. I grew up hearing about the Gabbards and know my grandparents thought so much of your grandparents. I’ve always loved your granny’s name:) I’m back home in Berea now and am so thankful. My mom, Irene, lives right down the road. I so hope you enjoy Moonbow when you read it. It’s a very historical book, quite unlike my previous ones. Full of all that KY history I love. Anyway, you’ve sure blessed me this autumn day. Bless you for reaching out. I hope to hear from you again!