spring break roger

Time is flying and I need to catch up with you here on the journal so will try to keep it short and sweet! Hope you had a beautiful Easter wherever you are. We celebrated by going to a sunrise service at the beach. Fellow churchgoer and friend, Roger Mosley, shared this photo with me after the service. It was so beautiful there and a very shivery 35 degrees at 7 am. But God’s handiwork was really on display at Freshwater Bay as you can see…

spring break pie

The boys have been on spring break so I’ve spent more time in the kitchen than my desk lately, occasionally taking a break to post pics on Instagram, my latest obsession;) If you’re over there, please look me up and I’ll follow you. It’s a really creative place, my second favorite site, with Pinterest still firmly in the lead;) And I’m living proof you don’t need to be handy with a camera to open an account!

tempe story

Thankfully, there’s lots of book buzz happening with audio versions releasing soon for The Ballantyne Legacy series first, followed by the Kentucky books. In the meantime I’m working away at a new Kentucky story. Here’s a bit of silliness from today’s bout of work ~ but no spoilers for you! I can’t wait for you to meet these characters and join me along the Shawnee and Chenoa Rivers in ‘the year of the bloody sevens’ as it came to be known, or 1777.

LifeWay best

Lastly, I’m excited to announce that I’ll be celebrating my next release, The Mistress of Tall Acre, at the beautiful Richmond, Kentucky LifeWay store this fall:

Release Party/Book Signing
for The Mistress of Tall Acre

September 26th, 2015
LifeWay Christian Store
Richmond Centre
2085 Lantern Ridge Drive
Richmond, Kentucky

2-4 p.m.

As the event draws near I’ll post more details. If you’re in the heart of Kentucky during that time or can travel to get there, I’d love to see you!

Happy spring!