Hey, y’all! Welcome, welcome. Can I offer you a glass of sweet tea? Sit down a spell and we’ll chat. How’s your mom and them?
I’m a Southern author, wife, and momma. I write Christian fiction, and I try to keep it honest and real in the realm of the struggles Christ-followers face every day.
War-Torn Heart, my first novel, is available now on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Christianbook, and through the Ambassador International website. It’s about love longed for and almost lost during World War II.
“War-Torn Heart is a kleenex-box book with a story of hope, of love, and of perseverance through World War II, which will make the reader cry, scream, and long for more.”
My newest release is When Waves Break, and it is the sequel to War-Torn Heart. It is a different kind of love story – focusing on the love of family – set in the late 1960s.
When the Free Love movement leaves the Nicholas twins feeling like they’re drowning, they must learn that love always has a cost and to hold fast to the One Who can calm the waves.
I am thrilled to announce that my third book will be released later this year from Monster Ivy Publishing! Bell of the Night is set in 1915 New Orleans in the infamous Storyville District. What happens when a preacher named Teddy Sullivan comes to Storyville to save the souls of those with ill repute and meets a young brunette named Bluebell? You’ll love this story of love, faith, and redemption that is sure to be a page-turner.
My blog is also the home of The Chronicles of Kate and the Grit Girls. It follows three Southern friends and moms who live in the small, fictional South Carolina town of Bellamy and chronicles the ins and outs of daily life. These shorts are humorous and partly modeled after things that have happened with myself and my friends.
My motto: Faith in Words, Stories of Hope.
I’m a purple-haired, tattooed, Christ-following momma who loves a good love story and the oxford comma. I hope you do, too.
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