Release Day!

Natural background of lush green spring forest with single birch treeI’m thrilled to share with you that my new inspirational romantic suspense HIDDEN is now available through all vendors in ebook, and through Amazon and this webpage in print. The ebook price is only $3.99. The print price on Amazon is currently $9.69, or you can order a personally autographed copy here for $12.

For my Amish book lovers, let me assure you that we have quite a few of those still releasing. So why the change to romantic suspense?

This book is very personal to me. How do we deal with the scars from our childhood? As an adult, and as a believer, can we re-visit those incidents that have hurt us and can we see them through the lens of grace? Can we forgive? And in forgiving, can we accept the forgiveness and grace of Christ? For Dana Jacobs, that moment of truth comes while she’s pursuing a crazy man through the Enchanted Circle located in New Mexico. This is a book filled with intrigue, romance, suspense, and above all the grace of God.

I hope you’ll give it a try. You can read the first few chapters for free here or at any of the retail sites. Thank you for stopping by and sharing my good news, and blessings to you and yours as we enter the fall season.

V

 

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Shipshewana Amish Mystery Series, VC Book Spotlight

shipshe3 newslLast week we talked about my newest mystery series, set in Middlebury, Indiana. Today I’d like to revisit my first mystery series, which was set in Shipshewana.

The first book in this series was Falling to Pieces, and while I was writing it I visited Shipshe for the first time. The town is a real mix of Amish and Englisch who live there. In a lot of ways, this changed the way I thought about the Amish because my first experience was of a community working well together.

The second book in the series is A Perfect Square. Funny story–I wrote this during the last year that I was a high school/college teacher. I teased my students about it, because the story opens with Deborah finding a teenage girl’s body in a pond. My kids thought that was a hoot.

Book three is Material Witness, and it’s really the story of Aaron, a special needs child. As the parent of a handicapped child, I’m fascinated with the way Amish deal with these situations.

These books are all available individually in print, and if you’re an ebook reader you can purchase them in a bundle now for only $10.99. I’m hoping B&N will also carry this bundled set. When they do, I will post the link on my webpage.

Have you ever been to Shipshewana?

Blessings,

V

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