It is April, but the past few days seem more like wet, rainy winter. I’m looking forward to gardening when not writing, presenting at writer’s conferences, or spending time with family.
I’ve been MIA dealing with life stuff for the last month or so and finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. It’s always busy with six adult children, grandchildren and pets.
Just sent my third book off to the publisher a week ago. The Fisherman’s Wife is the second novella in a series that started with Rebekah Redeemed. You’ll get a glimpse of what life may have been as Simon Peter’s wife. He is known as the leader of the disciples and Jesus called him Petros (in Greek) or Cephas (in Hebrew). He was call the rock that the early Christian church would look to as one of it’s leaders after Jesus ascended. These books are Christian fiction, but are written as historical novellas researched through historical and cultural sources, as well as bibilcal sources. Each addresses current issues that we face today, but were faced in the first century by women as well. This series is called Touched by the Savior.
The Fisherman’s Wife is scheduled for release summer 2010. Hope you’ll watch for it.