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When I was a kid I never thought I'd grow up to kill people for a living. Neither did my lovely mother, who often wondered where she went wrong. 

Fortunately for my victims, the killing is only in my books. 

I’m best known for my trademarked Seatbelt Suspense®. These novels come with a four-point brand promise: fast-paced, character-driven suspense with myriad twists and an interwoven thread of faith. My contemporary novels delve into deep issues, some with humor. Now and then I venture from behind my computer and teach fiction at writers’ conferences. I’m also an inspirational keynote speaker. 

I love to interact with readers. The best place to find me on a daily basis is at my Facebook page , where I post Today's Word, crazy "Creative Captioneer" pictures, book sale news (mine and other authors'), topics of interest, and who knows what else.


A Few Bargain Ebooks

SIDETRACKED: $4.99. My latest Seatbelt Suspense® release. (145 5-star reviews, #2 on Top Rated List for Christian mystery/suspense). 

DARK JUSTICE: $2.99. A finalist in 6 awards. Christian Retailers Best Award.

THAT DOG WON'T HUNT: $2.99. A Southern contemporary. 

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SIDETRACKED



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When Delanie Miller's close friend is murdered, she faces a terrible choice: save herself, or save an innocent man from going to prison.

Over 145 5-star ratings on Amazon. #2 on Top Rated List for Christian mystery/suspense.



Latest release
THAT DOG WON'T HUNT
     


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"The first in the Dearing Family series has it all: complex and realistic family dynamics, hilarity, romance, solid marital advice, an eclectic cast of characters--and an adorable Yorkie! The secondary storylines are equally well developed. It's easy for the reader to become part of the story. You will be anticipating the sequel." 
--RT Book Reviews