I’m delighted to announce that three of my best-selling and award-winning novels are back in print once again. For quite some time, these books were only available in ebook versions. But I know many readers still love to hold a paper version and so it’s been my goal to see them back in print.
The Forgiving Hour, my first novel for the Christian market, is often named by readers as my most powerful novel. It has a 4.8 out of 5 Star rating on Amazon and continues to be praised by readers 19 years after it was first published. Many of the lessons learned in this novel are personal to me, having walked them in my own life. You’ll find the $10.99 trade paper version here and/or you can purchase the $2.99 Kindle ebook version.
Catching Katie, my suffragette story set in 1916, was named a Best Book of 2004 by Library Journal and won the Carol Award in the historical category. Although I could never name a favorite among my own novels, different books are special to me for different reasons. This novel is special because I simply adore the heroine. Plus I found the research absolutely fascinating. You’ll find the $9.99 trade paper version here and/or you can purchase the $2.99 Kindle ebook version.
The Shepherd’s Voice, set during the Great Depression, won the RITA® Award for Best Inspirational Romance in 2001. I remember driving down the street when the opening line popped into my head: Gabe Talmadge felt the backside of his navel rubbing against his spine. An interesting sensation, he thought before losing consciousness. From that moment on, the story captured my imagination. You’ll find the $9.99 trade paper version here and/or you can purchase the $2.99 Kindle ebook version.
I have been published for more than 30 years, and I have seen many a novel get its brief stint on bookstore shelves and then disappear for good. Things have changed a great deal over the years, and it warms my heart to be able to see some of my books become available again to readers who don’t want to read on an ebook reader or app.
I hope you can enjoy them.