Thanks to everyone who voted in The Book Club Network's Book of the Month contest. I'm thrilled to report that The Beloved Daughter won first place and will now be distributed through The Book Club Network's various channels.
I'm thrilled and honored that The Beloved Daughter is up for nomination by The Book Club Network! Give it a vote at bookclub.org.
I just finalized plans for my very first author signing. You can find me at the CPC Anchorage tea at ChangePoint Church 10:30 on Saturday, April 13. I'll be selling copies of "A Boy Named Silas" to support the ministry of the Crisis Pregnancy Center of Anchorage.
Check out my post at A Boy Named Silas to see the cover of my new kids' book and learn about the surprise last-minute edit we just added.
As part of the Westbow Press writing prompt, I've included an excerpt from an earlier draft of "The Beloved Daughter." This is how the novel started when I first wrote it. A starving North Korean girl experiences her first bite of potato chips. Read my alternate beginning to "The Beloved Daughter."
Today I'm participating in the Westbow Press writing prompt with a short story over at Lightly Salted. Read The Honeymooners by Alana Terry.
It's Wednesday, time for another excerpt from What, No Sushi?, my soon-to-be-released chapter book for kids. Join Lake, Benson, and O'Malley as they go back in time to explore a Japanese-American internment camp.
Book one in My Solar-Powered History Series is just a month or two away from its projected release date! Want to see a snippet of my first chapter book for kids? Check out this brief excerpt from "What, No Sushi?"
Fox News recently ran an article about the worse prison camps in the world today. One of the places featured was Camp 22 in North Korea. Camp 22 is described in detail in my novel, "The Beloved Daughter," which was just named a finalist in the Women of Faith writing contest.
Click here to read the Fox News article about Camp 22.