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Happy New Year! 2017 is going to be a great year. I can just feel it.

Lots of exciting things on the horizon. And of course, goals and resolutions.

I have several ladies days booked for the spring. Jonesboro, Arkansas, Evansville, Indiana, and a couple of other potential sites that are still in the planning process. Excited to meet new sisters and talk about cleaning the Ungodly Clutter from our lives.

At the end of 2016, I decided to bite the bullet and get a DBA. So, Prodigal Daughter Publishing was born! Some serious planning going on behind the scenes, but very soon I hope to offer freelance editing services, simple cover design, and formatting at prices that stay-at-home Christian wives can afford.

Though I first published in 2015, I’ve been writing for years, and have been sitting on several fully drafted manuscripts. I’ve decided in 2017 to dig out some of those old novels, revise them, and have them edited. Look for at least one of them to release in 2017.

Planned projects include Athena’s Baby, third in my Goddess series. It’s about halfway drafted and I’m hoping it to be one of the more heart-tugging stories that I’ve ever written. Part of this series has always been about honoring community members who dedicate their service, particularly law enforcement. Daniel, one of the main characters, was renamed in honor of fallen Richmond, KY officer Daniel Ellis, and I’m planning to hold sales drives for donations to his foundation every year.

I’ll also be working on Conceded, the last book in the Cavernous trilogy. If the title has you curious–YES! It’s about the election following the rise and fall of the Alliance. It’s been interesting to watch the 2016 election and to see all the parallels between what I’d outlined for the fictional Michael Harding (Ethan and Callie’s mentor who runs for the presidential election) and what actually ended up happening between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

As always, thanks so much for your continued support. It’s my pleasure to bring these stories to life, and I’m humbled and honored to have so many people read them!

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