Featured BooksWorkaholic, Wyatt Garber, has neglected his wife for too long. Realizing he might lose her, he sets out to woo her during a short vacation in Hemisphere. When it doesn't help, he makes a wish for time but it comes true in an usual way. Now he's living the same day over and over in a town where people lock themselves in their homes between sunset and sunrise – and salt, bibles, and crucifixes are as common in decorating schemes as paintings, window dressings, and knickknacks. More info →
Hi, I’m Kristy, lover of God, family, friends, good books, and yummy food. I’m also on a quest to get in the best shape of my life. As a clean and wholesome/Christian romance author, I spend much of my days sitting at a desk. And we all know that a sedentary lifestyle isn’t conducive to good health. So it’s time to change all that. To start counteracting the side effects of too little activity, hypothyroidism, and gluten intolerance. Yeah, It’s time to get busy because I plan on living to be a happy, healthy, and energetic centenarian. I also plan on writing a lot more books! 🙂
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With the release date for For Baby’s Sake scheduled for November 30th, I’ve been working with the graphic artist who will be designing the cover (nothing like leaving it until the last minute, hmm?). Wanting to cross all of my … Continue reading →
This post was actually scheduled for this past Friday but, after Thursday’s sad subject, I thought I needed something a little more lighthearted. So I’m putting it up today. It still kind of fits the romance theme… I’ve had a … Continue reading →
With the holidays fast approaching, I’ve been lamenting the fact that I haven’t been able to have a Poinsettia plant in my house for almost a decade. With a few cats in the house, it’s just not worth the potential … Continue reading →
I wrote this a few nights ago in preparation for Monday, December twelfth. I wasn’t sure I could handle getting the words out that day, and so I decided to tackle it early. Turns out I’m sharing it even earlier, … Continue reading →
My mom was having a big birthday party for me! Including a genuine, honest-to-goodness bakery cake! In our family that was quite a treat because all birthday cakes began with Betty Crocker, and ended with some yucky decorating frosting that … Continue reading →
I waste more time on YouTube than I’ll ever own up to, as is the case tonight, watching some of my favorite videos. Dirt Road, by long-time favorite Sawyer Brown, made this particular playlist. The message in the song is … Continue reading →
Last night, as I read Tim O’ Brien’s blog reflecting on his life as he approaches his fiftieth birthday, I realized I’d been doing a bit of reflecting myself this past year. Not because of a milestone birthday, but rather … Continue reading →
I just read something about Bob Mayer putting together a piece of furniture from Ikea and, after struggling with it for hours…discovering that he had extra screws. And I had to smile at the memories it brought to mind. Several … Continue reading →
Today’s blog was going to be about honeymoons, something I wanted to write about after finding a Top Ten list of popular honeymoon sites. More specifically, after discovering that Hawaii was a distant third behind Disney World and Las Vegas. … Continue reading →
When did this happen? Where did 2011 go? And how did it go so quickly? Three weeks?! Yes. It just hit me a couple of hours ago that the holidays are upon us. Yes. I was aware of all of … Continue reading →