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Thursday, March 29, 2007

Remember Me

We meet Josef von Woerner in Pieces of Silver, where we learn of his love for Germany, the fatherland. In Remember Me, Josef wakes up injured and not knowing who he is. He is being cared for by a stranger named, Hank and falls in love with a beautiful, very patriotic nurse, Lissa Parker.

As their love grows, Josef enters the first World War, fighting on the side of United States and the allies. The stress and trauma of being captured brings back his memory. His newly accepted faith spurs him to do the right thing, even if coming forward about all the things he had done to try and prevent America from entering into the war, causes him the love of Lissa.

Remember Me is a story of God's redemption, the power of love, and one man's undying desire to follow God's will. I found this book very hard to put down, wondering what would happen to Josef next. The love story is pure and powerful. I am eagerly awaiting Maureen Lang's next book.

Sunday, March 25, 2007

Genesis Contest

It's been a while since I've posted. I've been busy getting two of my work in progress manuscripts ready for the ACFW Genesis contest. I've sent them in! Butterflies are doing the Salsa in my stomach, my heart is pounding, unnaturally (I'm probably going to have a heart attack), but they're sent in. No going back now.

I still haven't heard back on Buried Beneath the Midnight Blue, other than finaling. I should be hearing back within the next couple of weeks. Pray for me.

Writing is like breathing to me. I can't imagine doing anything else. God has told me I will become a published author, with people eagerly awaiting my next novel. When? I'm impatient. Must wait on His timing, though. He'll make it happen at the perfect time. While I'm waiting, I'll keep writing.