Author Archives: Normandie

Announcing Heavy Weather in Audiobook!

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A Reblog of: An Open Apology To Dolly Parton  | Rawe-struck

I’m reblogging a post my daughter sent to me in which the author admits to an early prejudice and her subsequent discovery that Dolly Parton continues to use her influence and money for good. Take it away, Amy Rawe:     Dear Dolly, I’ll be honest. I used to think Read more →


Check out the Giveaway HERE! 10 copies of the audiobook for Two from Isaac’s House will be given away on October 1. ****DUE TO THE LAWS OF OTHER COUNTRIES, THE GIVEAWAY WILL BE LIMITED TO THE US ONLY. **** Other authors are also joining in the fun. Check out the Read more →

New Vendors for TWO FROM ISAAC’S HOUSE in audio

AUDIBLE AUDIOBOOKS.COM Check these out…   Here’s a sample of Brandon Potter reading the narrative. Wait until you hear him do the Middle Eastern voices…   Would you like to enter to win one? Sign up for my newsletter at — click the link, sign up where it asks if Read more →

Love in the Age of Insanity | Quid Pro Quills

We live in a crazy world. We live in a world where a madman who aligns himself with Islamist terrorists guns down a nightclub full of people, and immediately, Christians are lectured and, in some c… Source: Love in the Age of Insanity | Quid Pro Quills

New RELEASE: From Fire into Fire

The ebook for the Isaac’s House novella, From Fire into Fire, released today on Amazon. It will hit other markets in the next few days. The paperback should come out in a few weeks, so we’re doing a happy dance here!   Find out how Tony, from Two from Isaac’s House, got into Read more →

Write with Moral Direction | Katherine Harms, Editor

A persistent theme in writing and drama is the battle between good and evil as it works out in human decisions about doing the right thing or the wrong thing. It is not always as simple as knowing … Source: Write with Moral Direction | Katherine Harms, Editor

Let’s Talk Covers

I just received another of those newsletters. You know the ones: Buy These Books, Bargain Books, E-Book Specials… When you read as much as I do, you hunt up bargains. And so I faithfully peruse the four or five presented each day.     And what happens at first glance? Read more →

Breaking My Rules: Writing a Review

I decided a few years ago that I would no longer review books here, mostly because I didn’t want to hurt feelings or neglect anyone. But sometimes rules need to be broken. And this is one of those times. I met Barbara Claypole White (online, but we’re going to fix Read more →

Stop by WFWA Café May 25-May 29

We’ll be discussing Sailing out of Darkness all week long at the Women’s Fiction Writers Association Café on Facebook. Stop by any time to comment or ask a question–and perhaps win the book!