Posts Tagged "Flowers of Grace"

Free Offer Marks Anniversary for Flowers of Grace

Posted by on Feb 20, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Free Offer Marks Anniversary for Flowers of Grace

Flowers of Grace is one year old. To celebrate, I want to share it with as many readers as I can. Today and tomorrow, Feb. 20 and 21, the Kindle Edition of Flowers of Grace is free on Amazon.  That’s right. You can read it for FREE on any device with the free Kindle App. It’s been an emotional year, filled with heartaches and triumphs, good days and difficult ones. Thank you to all who’ve joined the journey with Grace. You can look forward to her story continuing this fall. Until then, share it with a friend and discover for yourselves what some are saying about Flowers of...

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Download A Free Copy of Flowers of Grace for a Limited Time

Posted by on Aug 20, 2015 in Blog | 1 comment

Download A Free Copy of Flowers of Grace for a Limited Time

Free! Did I say free? No cost to you? I did! You can receive a free ebook copy of my latest novel Flowers of Grace for a limited time when you subscribe to my newsletter. Why free? Flowers of Grace is six months old, and that’s a reason to celebrate! And I couldn’t think of a better way than to make it available to more readers and a bigger audience. Here are all the details: Go to the form at the bottom of the page and add your name and email to my subscriber list. Subscribing allows you to receive periodic updates such as an announcement in 2016 for the release of Open to Joy,...

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The True Story that Inspired Flowers of Grace

Posted by on Jan 24, 2015 in Blog | 2 comments

The True Story that Inspired Flowers of Grace

Flowers of Grace is a novel inspired by a a true story, but the cover could read  “inspired by a real plant.” Several years ago I received a hibiscus plant from a woman receiving hospice care for cancer. I met Lily when I accompanied my husband on a visit to her home. I didn’t know her well, but I returned another day with a pot of homemade turkey noodle soup. I sat on the little stool beside Lily’s bed and listened to her talk, even though I couldn’t understand much of what this tiny Filipino woman said. On another visit she told me she wanted to give me her hibiscus...

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