Meet author Leeann Betts

Leeann Betts writes contemporary suspense from Denver, Colorado and wherever her characters drag her. She is the alter-ego of Donna Schlachter, who describes Leeann as cute and perky and everything she’s not.

Tell us about your newest book.

Discover how keeping secrets from each other threatens four women’s friendships, wedding business, and own ability to find love in Loveland, Colorado.

Business partners Felicity Anderson, the cake baker; Kiki Bell, the seamstress; Cassie Blackthorn, the coordinator; and Chef Saffron Fare are best of friends in a town that is a romantic wedding destination for many couples—who work together at Weddings by Design to make every bride’s special day perfect. Could each falling into their own romance be the key to working out their differences and learning to trust each other—and God—with their futures?

What inspired you to write “Always a Wedding Planner”?

A friend and I were brainstorming, and I came up with this idea, a play on “always a bridesmaid, never a bride”. At first, four stories told by four different authors seemed a leap, but as we pulled the team together, we really felt we could do it. And Barbour Publishing thought so, too.

How would you describe this book to someone in a 30-second blurb?

Four delicious stories about secrets, weddings, and romance. What could be better?

What genre do you focus on and why?

I usually write cozy mysteries, because that’s what I love to read. However, even when I’m not writing a mystery, my stories tend to have a touch of romance. In my contribution to this collection, “The Worst-Kept Secret”, both my hero and heroine have separate secrets. And the harder they try to overcome them, the more things go wrong.

Why do you write?

I say I write because the stories are in my head, the characters live there, and if I don’t get them on paper, I’ll bust. But really, I write to show others the same second—and third, and fourth-chance God I’ve come to know. Because, really, we all need at least one more chance.

Who is your main character, and how did you choose that name?

My heroine is Cassie Blackthorn. She is not your normal svelte bikini-model type. Instead, she’s taller, a little on the chunky yet fit side, determined yet insecure, because she’s an introvert in an extrovert’s business. Her name is a play off my stepmother’s, who I dearly loved. My hero is Brady Millman, the extreme extrovert whose secret revolves around drug addiction. I chose that name because of a recent guest who stayed with us from Australia.

What is your work schedule like when you’re writing a book?

I write every weekday when I’m writing, because that keeps me in the story. Any research or storyline questions that pop up are dealt with on Saturdays. Sundays are the Lord’s Day, and I don’t write or research then unless for some reason I’ve fallen behind. I find that one day of complete rest from the story makes me excited to start again on Mondays.

Do you have other books? We’d love to know.

I do have other books. Thanks for asking. You can find them at: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=leeann+betts&ref=nb_sb_noss_2

What are you working on now?

I’m letting Book 3 of the Mysterious Ink Mystery Bookstore series percolate a little in my noggin. No pressure—it releases in June.

Website: www.LeeannBetts.com

Link to book: https://www.amazon.com/Always-Wedding-Planner-4-Collection/dp/1643529196/ref=sr_1_35?dchild=1&keywords=leeann+betts&qid=1618265460&sr=8-35

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Meet historical biographer Craig von Busek

From college campuses and churches to boardrooms, and from radio to television and webcasts, Dr. Craig von Buseck has been in the public eye for more than 35 years. As a sought-after keynote and conference speaker, Craig has spoken across the US and overseas. Craig is an award-winning, multi-published author and serves as the Managing Editor for Inspiration.org. He holds a Doctor of Ministry and an MA in Journalism from Regent University. Learn more at vonbuseck.com.

Tell us about your newest book:

In the greatest victory of his life, Ulysses S. Grant overcame bankruptcy and fought cancer to save his family from ruin. With Mark Twain as his publisher, Grant wrote an American classic – his Personal Memoirs – confronting Jim Crow racism while securing the future of his wife after his death.

In writing his Personal Memoirs, Grant also fought the “Lost Cause” view that the war was not about slavery, but state’s rights. Like Lincoln, Grant viewed the Civil War as a divine punishment for the sin of slavery. “There had to be an end to slavery,” Grant explained. “…we were fighting an enemy with whom we could not make a peace. We had to destroy him.”

U.S. Grant was underestimated throughout his remarkable life. Then his reputation and legacy were maligned by pro-Confederate ‘Lost Cause’ writers. In the last 30 years, historians have begun a reexamination of Grant’s contribution to American culture and the cause of freedom. Through the release of Victor!, von Buseck hopes to be part of restoring Grant to his rightful place in American history.

What inspired you to write Victor! The Final Battle of Ulysses S. Grant?

In the late 1990s, I purchased my own VHS set of ‘The Civil War’ by Ken Burns. It was in this excellent documentary that I first heard the amazing and inspiring story of the final two years in the life of Ulysses. S. Grant. I decided to write the book, but then in 2012 I learned that someone else had written the story. So I went to work on my book I Am Cyrus: Harry S. Truman and the Rebirth of Israel. After that was released in 2018, I still couldn’t shake the Grant story. In order to make it different from the previous book, I decided to write flashback chapters to some of the key Civil War battles as Grant is writing about them in his Personal Memoirs. I have been told by several who have read the book, including a retired Colonel from the US Army, that these flashback chapters make the book come alive with interest, connecting the A and B stories in a dramatic way.

What genre do you focus on and why?

My primary genre is history and biography. When I was young, during the 1970s, America celebrated its bicentennial. While being moved by this nationwide celebration, I was also captivated by the Broadway musical, 1776, which had been made into a movie. That birthed in me a lifetime interest in history. I was attracted to historical writing as I discovered one amazing story after another from the past. The power in telling these true stories is that there is no way to ignore or downplay dramatic events in history as merely hyperbole or wishful thinking. Many times in history we see where God brought someone through a trial in life or delivered a particular group or nation in the midst of trial or war, and there was no other answer as to how that happened other than that God intervened. There are times in life where it seems we are between a rock and a hard place and we see no other way out of our dire circumstances other than the intervention of God. By telling the actual stories of how God did this for key historical figures, I believe I am both bolstering the faith of believers, while also challenging non-believers to consider opening their lives to God’s love.

Sometimes, the stories are not so dramatic. I also am drawn to moving stories that show godly character, love, or just amazing events that make you wonder.

Why do you write?

During keynote speeches at writers conferences, I sometimes say, “If you ever thought, ‘prison might not be so bad, because it would give me time to write,’ then you should call yourself a writer.” The great Olympic sprinter, Eric Liddell said, “When I run, I feel God’s pleasure.” I feel the same way about writing, only I would add that I also feel this pleasure when I’m writing.

In addition, I write for these reasons: First, writing allows you to go in-depth into a subject in a way that nearly no other medium does. Second, writing can touch someone’s heart and then, hopefully, impart their thinking toward a relationship with God. Third, your writing can possibly outlive you, being passed down to the generations to come. Finally, I just love to create stories, to plot books and scripts, and then to write them. I love the creative process. You cannot have a TV show, a play, or a movie without writers. So writers rule!

What is your work schedule like when you’re writing a book?

I have found that I do my best writing early in the morning. So I will get up and write for a couple of hours and then go into work. If I’m under a deadline, I will then do one or two hours of writing or editing after work. Then I write for most of the day on Saturday, unless there is some pressing needs at the house. I try to take Sunday off as often as possible.

What is the hardest part of being an author?

At this point in my life, being an author is like working two full-time jobs. If it was just the writing that I was required to do, that would not be so bad, because I love to write. But it’s also the editing, the marketing, the web updates, and the business aspects that make this an entrepreneurial business. So it can be exhausting and one must pace one’s self or you can burn out.

What’s the best part of your author’s life?

I love the process of discovering a great story and then determining whether it can be written as a book, a play, a TV script, or a screenplay. I love to plot a true story to adapt it to a biography or to narrative non-fiction. It’s always fun to discover the true-life plot points and match them to the needs of the genre.

I believe I was created to write in the same way my father was created to be a portrait painter. On more than one occasion, he said to me, “Craig, if they took away my oils, I’d use acrylics. If they took away my acrylics, I would use watercolors. If they took those away, I would use crayons. If they took away my crayons, I would find a stick and doodle in the dirt. You see, I’m not an artist because that’s what I do for a living – I’m an artist because that’s what God created me to be.” I feel exactly the same way about being created by God to write.

What’s one thing your readers should know about you?

For me, it is important that the final product of my writing be as true to the historical facts as possible. In my book I Am Cyrus: Harry S. Truman and the Rebirth of Israel, my goal was to write an interesting and entertaining biography that would keep the readers turning the pages – while at the same time crafting a defense of the rebirth of the nation of Israel that could be successfully argued before the Supreme Court. With this goal in mind, it took 5 years to do the research and writing of the book (while working a full-time job), and I included more than 1,200 end notes to support the text. My new book, Victor! The Final Battle of Ulysses S. Grant, took 2 ½ years for the research and writing, with more than 1,100 end notes.  

Do you have other books? We’d love to know.

The folks at Iron Stream Media / LPC books, who published both I Am Cyrus and Victor! asked that I write a companion teaching book on the leadership of U.S. Grant. That book, Forward! The Leadership Principles of Ulysses S. Grant is also being released this spring. While Victor! took 2 and ½ years to research and write, Forward! took 2 ½ months! So it’s been a busy season.

Some of my other books include Nobody Knows: The Harry T. Burleigh Story, which is a narrative biography of one of the first great African-American composers; Praying the News, which I co-authored with Wendy Griffith, co-host of The 700 Club; Seven Keys to Hearing God’s Voice; and Netcasters: Using the Internet to Make Fishers of Men.

What are you working on now?

My son, Aaron, is a graduate of the Regent University Film School, so he and I are adapting the Victor! book into a screenplay. I am also putting the final touches of an adaptation of my book Nobody Knows as a Broadway-style musical. I’m working on a children’s book called Lion’s Field. Wendy Griffith and I are beginning the process of writing a follow-up book on the power of prayer in today’s turbulent times. I also plan to start a series of shorter inspirational books from history – the first being Stories of Courage and Honor from The Civil War.

I have also recently launched a weekly online program called Stories & Myths to examine some of the great stories of history and to debunk some of the biggest myths. You can watch this every Thursday at 7 p.m. (eastern U.S. time) on my Facebook or YouTube channels.

Website: vonbuseck.com

Link to book: GrantVictorBook.com

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Meet author Vickie McDonough

Vickie McDonough is the CBA, EPCA, and Amazon best-selling author of fifty books and novellas. Vickie grew up wanting to marry a rancher, but instead, she married a computer geek who is scared of horses. She now lives out her dreams penning romance stories about ranchers, cowboys, lawmen, and others living in the Old West. Vickie’s books have won numerous awards including the Booksellers Best, OWFI Best Fiction Novel Award, the Inspirational Readers’ Choice awards.

Tell us about your newest book.

Straight for the Heart is the third book in my Romance in the Badlands series. When the mail-order bride his grandmother secretly ordered for him doesn’t arrive, Quinn McFarland is relieved. But the only way to keep her from ordering another one is to find his own wife—and fast. When the sheriff suggests Quinn marry the gal in his jail, he balks. But marriage to Sarah could solve Quinn’s need for a wife and fix Sarah’s problems too. But dare he marry an outlaw? Maybe the idea is just crazy enough to work.

How would you describe this book to someone in a 30-second blurb?

What a young woman tries to do the right thing, she ends up in jail. Now, she’s expected to marry a stranger or rot in jail for months for a crime she didn’t do. And her young sister and brother are hiding from their outlaw uncle, awaiting her return.

What genre do you focus on?

I love the historical romance genre set in the late 1800s in the American west. As a kid, I watched many cowboy shows with my dad and grew to love horses, cowboys and the West. I like the slower pace of life and how most people were honest and dependable.

Who is your main character, and how did you choose that name?

Sarah is the heroine, and that name was my grandmother’s first name, although she went by Ella. Quinn, the hero’s name, is one I’ve liked for a long time and decided it fit my hero in Straight for the Heart. Finding just the right names can be difficult at times, but other times, I’ll have the name before the story comes to me.

What is your work schedule like when you’re writing a book?

I have a set word count that I need to do each day, and I usually write until I reach that number. Some days it may take three hours, whiles others, it may take six or seven. It all depends on how well the story is flowing that day.

What’s the best part of your author’s life?

Getting to work from home. I think a person has a lot more leeway when they work from home. I’ve been able to work my schedule around taking care of my granddaughter when she was young, and then later, taking care of my elderly mom when she lived with us. You do have to be disciplined when you work from home, but it can be very rewarding.

What’s one unusual fact about you?

My husband and I lived on a kibbutz (communal farm) in Israel for a year when we were first married. It was quite an experience. We got to travel three days each month and saw many places in Israel.

What is your favorite pastime?

I have lots of pastimes, but my favorite is reading Christian fiction. I also dabble in stained-glass and have recently started making card for friends.

Do you have other books? We’d love to know.

Yes, I have over 50 books and novellas. Most of those are historical romance, but I also have several contemporary stories, as well as two coloring books and a USA Word Find book.

What are you working on now?

I’m taking a break from writing at the moment, but I have a story that’s churning in my brain.

Website: https://www.vickiemcdonough.com

Social media links:

Bookbub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/vickie-mcdonough

Mewe: https://mewe.com/i/vickiemcdonough/

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Amazon Author Page: amazon.com/author/vickiemcdonough

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Instagram: instagram.com/vickieamcdonough

 

 

 

 

Meet author Anne Greene

Anne Greene loves writing about alpha heroes who aren’t afraid to fall on their knees in prayer and about gutsy heroines. Her first book in her CIA Operatives series opens with Shadow of the Dagger. Her Women of Courage series spotlights heroic women of World War II. Blast off with Angel With Steel Wings. Her Holly Garden, Private Investigator series opens with Red Is For Rookie. Enjoy her award winning Scottish historical romances. Anne hopes her stories transport you to awesome new worlds and touch your heart. Discover more about Anne at: https://www.AnneGreeneAuthor.com

Tell us about your newest book. Trail of Tears, The Story of John Ross                               

What if you are a twenty-year-old, about to attend college, and your whole world collapses? Your mother and sister are missing, and soldiers murder your father, burn your mansion, and take you prisoner.

Trail of Tears relives one of the most heartrending chapters in American history as the US Government transports the self-governing, wealthy Cherokee nation from their ancestral homeland to relocate in hostile Indian Territory. The Georgia militia force John Ross, with only a trickle of Indian blood flowing in his veins, to walk the thousand-mile Trail of Tears.

After John protects a full-blood Indian girl from the lustful wagon master, the cruel soldier targets John for retribution—until John’s shoved too far. Bitter animosity explodes from a jealous Army Captain as John pushes and pulls his Conestoga wagon over mountain roads made muddy by rain and slippery by snow. Yet the persuasive voices of the preacher and his daughter have an impact. A new destiny awaits John at the end of the trail—if he survives. Four thousand Cherokee do not.

What genre do you focus on?

I love writing historical romance with a large dose of suspense stirred in. Today’s young people are unaware of the rich history of their country. History has turned from a boring subject in school to non-existent. Fiction gives people, young and old, a healthy awareness of the past, how America was built, and how we became the people we are.  I write historical romance to help them understand.

Who is your main character?

John Ross is the fictional nephew of the real John Ross who was President of the Cherokee Nation during the terrible ordeal they endured. My fictional John was less than one-eight Cherokee, but because of the plantation he owned, the State of Georgia wanted his land. So, he was forcibly evicted and under military guard was removed from his ancestral land to a land already occupied by far more primitive and often hostile Indians. John symbolizes the many mixed blood people evicted from their lands.

What is your work schedule like when you’re writing a book?

My work schedule has changed over the years. In the beginning, I spent seven to eight hours a day writing. These days I write from one in the afternoon until six or seven at night, seven days a week. I spend a portion of my mornings trying to connect with my readers. I attempt to squeeze in exercise and time with friends whenever the opportunity arises. As my books have become more popular and well-known, I spend more and more time with family and friends. Today, I’m a faster writer with far less revisions than when I began.

What is the hardest part of being an author?

I’m an introvert. I find it difficult to share with people I meet that I’m an author. You need to be a long-time friend before I tell you I’m a multi-published, award-winning author. Unlike most of my writer friends, I don’t share my writer life with neighbors, friends at church, or people I casually meet. I’m working on this, but it’s hard. I find radio and TV appearances difficult. I’ve yet to make a podcast. But I’m working on these essential venues because I really want people to read my books.

What’s one thing your readers should know about you?

I love to travel. I’ve been blessed with a husband who also enjoys travel. To date, I’ve visited every state in the US, including Hawaii and Alaska. I’ve visited some thirty foreign countries, yet there are more to be explored. I have a long bucket list.

How have you changed or grown as a writer?

I’m an eclectic writer. I began with serious books, then branched into mysteries and romances, and even humorous novellas. With the condition of our country at present, I’ve dipped a toe into writing about important controversial subjects like abortion. But above all, my purpose in writing is to entertain. To let readers escape whatever problems they may have and for a short while enter a world of fun, entertainment, or suspense. And to provide a bit of new knowledge on the journey.

Do you have other books? We’d love to know.

I’ve written thirty other books. Historic, Suspense, Mystery, and a bit of Humor.

What are you working on now?

I’m working on a novella which should release in June or July, titled A Time To Stand, about a girl living during the Gilded Age among Newport Rhode Island’s new ultra-rich families. These parents, in order to enter the old-money, ultra-upper-class society, sell their beautiful daughters with a huge fortune, to titled Englishmen with huge estates they can no longer afford. The daughters, who left their homes and families to live with their titled husbands in England, become known as Dollar Brides. Most of these marriages became unhappy prisons for the girls. However, a few were happy. Cora, in Downtown Abby, was a Dollar Bride. The bride provided the money to maintain the English estate, and the title gave the parents entrance into Newport Society. In my book, one girl rebels.

Website:

https://www.annegreeneauthor.com/

Link to book: https://www.amazon.com/Anne-Greene/e/B004ECUWMG

Social media links: www.facebook.com/AnneWGreeneAuthor

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1873472.Anne_Greene

https://www.bookbub.com/authors/anne-greene

 

 

 

 

Meet Bible study author Kathy Howard

Kathy Howard has a passion for God’s Word that’s contagious. With more than 30 years of experience, Kathy has taught the Bible in dozens of states, internationally, and in a wide range of venues. Kathy, who has a Masters of Religious Education, is a devotional and Bible study author. She and her husband live near family in the Dallas/Ft Worth. They have three married children, and six grandchildren.

Tell us about your newest book.

Deep Rooted: Growing through the Gospel of Mark, is a 40-day devotional journey through the life and ministry of Jesus. “Deep Rooted” will show you how to interact with and apply Scripture, not just read it. This devotional will nurture a delight for God’s Word that keeps you rooted and growing.

What inspired you to write Deep Rooted?

The concept for my new devotional book “Deep Rooted” was inspired by a Bible reading group I started on Facebook several years ago. I break Bible books up into bite-sized daily pieces and supply commentary and questions. The women read the passage, study it based on my prompts, then discuss it in the comments. The feedback and growth have been so positive. Since the format obviously meets a need, I decided to adapt it to this book format.

What genre do you focus on?

I focus on Bible studies and devotional books. I especially love opening God’s Word in person with a group of women, whether in a small group at my own church or in a larger setting like a church retreat or conference. Writing Bible studies and devotionals is a way to reach even more women with God’s Word.

Why do you write?

I long to help women deepen their relationship with God and live lives that please Him. The Bible offers everything they need to thrive spiritually. But many women need help and encouragement to get into God’s Word regularly. In whatever I write, I work not only to help them gain Bible knowledge, but to also encourage them to apply it to their lives, and to equip them to study God’s Word for themselves.

What is your work schedule like when you’re writing a book?

I am a slow writer in general and in particular a slow starter. It’s rare that I can sit down at my desk and jump right in. That’s why I like to write in large blocks of time rather than snatching an hour here or a half hour there. So, I block off whole days to write, days when I don’t have to do anything else or go anywhere. On those days I drink lots of coffee and spend a lot of time in my pajamas! My best writing time is the morning so I start early and work until late afternoon. When I’m on a book deadline, I block off three to five full days a week for writing. Then I lump other tasks, errands, appointments, and time with friends in the other days.

What’s the best part of your author’s life?

Learning that my writing has positively impacted a reader’s life is the best part of this calling. Getting those emails or social media comments encourage me to keep going. Writing can be very discouraging and God knows just when I need that dose of encouragement.

What’s one unusual fact about you?

I have a bit of a competitive streak. I enjoying playing games and cards with family and friends. But I really like to win. I also enjoy word games and really good at Words with Friends.

What is your favorite pastime?

I read a lot, particularly fiction set during the second World War. I also enjoy gardening, cooking, hiking in the mountains, and fishing with my husband.

Do you have other books? We’d love to know.

“Deep Rooted” is my ninth book to be published. I also have four Bible studies, two devotional books, and a Christian living book titled “Fed Up with Flat Faith.”

 What are you working on now?

Right now, I’m in the editing phase for a devotional book with Tyndale titled “Heirloom: Living and Leaving a Legacy of Faith.” “Heirloom” is a 52-day gift devotional that combines family faith stories with tips for leaving a spiritual legacy and tips for genealogy research. “Heirloom” tells those faith stories from history and Scripture that positively impact future generations. I had a great time researching and writing this one! “Heirloom” will release in early summer 2021.

Website: https://www.kathyhoward.org

Link to book:

https://www.kathyhoward.org/books/deep-rooted-growing-through-the-gospel-of-mark/

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1946708542?tag=kathhowa-20

Social media links:

https://www.facebook.com/KathyHowardUnshakeableFaith

https://www.instagram.com/mkathoward/

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Meet Bible study author Debbie W. Wilson

Drawing from her walk with Christ and decades as a Christian counselor and Bible teacher, Debbie W. Wilson mixes insight and encouragement to inspire readers to trust Christ with their lives. Her books include Little Faith, Big God; Give Yourself a Break; and Little Women, Big God. She and her husband Larry founded and run Lighthouse Ministries, a nonprofit biblical counseling, coaching, and Bible study ministry. Find free resources to refresh your faith at debbieWwilson.com.

Tell us about your newest book.

Little Faith, Big God digs into the lives of those in Hebrews 11. God commended these people for their faith—not their striving. They grew just like we do, three steps forward and two back. Those who tend to be hard on themselves will especially appreciate seeing God’s grace at work in the lives of these biblical characters.

What inspired you to write Little Faith, Big God?

Because I tend to be critical of myself, I noticed how gracious God was to His children in Hebrews 11 when they stumbled. From working with women, especially over-achievers, I know others live with that inner-critic too. I wanted them to see firsthand how self-condemning thoughts don’t come from God. Instead, He amazes us by showing up after we’ve failed—with amazing grace. He passed the blessing of Abraham to Jacob, the deceiver, right after he tricked his father and cheated his brother. That’s grace!

How would you describe this book to someone in a 30-second blurb?

You know how some of us can be hard on ourselves? By digging into the backstories of those named in Hebrews 11, Little Faith, Big God shows believers how to give themselves a break and grow strong in God’s grace. These imperfect lives show how God remembers our faith, not our flops.

What genre do you focus on and why?

Christian Living/Bible Study: I was a biblical counselor for 24 years and have taught the Bible much longer than that. I like to help people connect to the heart of God and see how understanding and applying the Scriptures empower our everyday lives.

What is the hardest part of being an author?

For me, it is marketing the book. I’m always looking forward to the next project and am a teacher—not a promoter.

What’s the best part of your author’s life?

I love that learning and sharing what I learn is my job. Writing helps me process my thoughts and think more deeply on a topic.

What’s one unusual fact about you?

I have two standard poodles that make me smile or laugh every day.

How have you changed or grown as a writer?

I think my writing has become cleaner and tighter. When I read some older blogs, I wince. Some are too wordy.

Do you have other books? We’d love to know.

Little Women, Big God looks at the women in Jesus’ genealogy. These women faced big problems but discovered a bigger God. They show us quality of life isn’t based on the size of our problems but on the size of our God.

Give Yourself a Break addresses ten areas that tend to rob many of us of biblical rest and shows us how to experience God in those areas.

What are you working on now?

I’m working on a follow-up to Little Faith, Big God that explores the lives and lessons of those in Hebrews 11 that didn’t fit into my last book. Hebrews 11:34 speaks of those who “from weakness were made strong.” What were their weaknesses? What transformed them? And what can we learn from them? At this stage in life, I need the reminder God is enough when I’m weak.

Website: debbieWwilson.com

Link to book: https://debbiewwilson.com/little-faith-big-god/

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