Book Spotlight: A Wife for Stephen by Valcine Brown
Latest Posts / June 24, 2013

A Wife for Stephen Genre: Christian Romance Publisher: LaChrisAnd Production Release Date: June 25, 2013 Available or purchase via:  Create Space – e-book or paperback Website – copies purchased from Valcine’s  website will be signed before being shipped. The author is giv­ing away one copy of this book to 2 winners –to enter fill out the Raf­fle­copt­ter form at the end of the post. Synopsis: Do you believe that when you meet your future spouse that you will know it, instantly? Stephen does. He can’t explain it but he has always known that when he meets his intended bride that he will be able to proceed with confidence. What he hadn’t counted on is that his intended bride might not have the same revelation. Will his faith and belief in love win Celeste over? Will she even give him the time of day? After Celeste’s initial rebuff of Stephen’s attempt to get to know her, he’s not so sure. “Faith like a mustard seed,” Stephen reminds himself. Celeste had never given consideration to happily ever after or eternal love. Outside of the love she experiences from her Heavenly Father, she gives love no second thoughts. When smooth, suave, and handsome Stephen enters into Celeste’s life, without batting an eyelash or giving him a…

Author Q&A with Elizabeth L. Silver
Author Q&A , Latest Posts / June 24, 2013

Elizabeth L. Sivler wrote one of this summer’s hottest books The Execution of Noa P. Singleton and was kind enough to answer a few questions for me. Q. How did for the idea for the novel came about? A. In my last semester of law school, I enrolled in a class on capital punishment. As part of the course, I visited Texas’s death row and worked on a clemency petition, where I spoke with inmates and victim family members. Then, for two years following law school, I was a judicial clerk for one of the nine judges on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and worked on several death penalty appeals. I researched the law and examined several cases from both an advocate as well as neutral perspective and wanted to present both sides of the death penalty debate by removing the obvious questions of whether or not the person did the crime, to instead focus on the question of punishment. How does society treat its prisoners? How do we accept our own shortcomings and mistakes? How does our guilt define us? These were just a handful of issues that I hoped to explore by examining the death penalty through…

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