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Temperance’s Trial is Now Available for Pre-Order!

Posted by Hallee on Aug 21, 2014 in Writing

Part 1 of the Virtues and Valor series will release on September 15th! Pre-order it on Amazon by clicking this link today!

The Third Riech Seeks to Extract the Information She Alone Knows

MARIE GILBERT and her elder brother flee from Vichy France after the Gestapo arrest her father for suspicion of aiding Jewish children to escape the oncoming fascist front. Once in London, Marie is recruited into an experimental all female cohort dubbed the Virtues, a collection of seven extraordinary women with highly specialized skills.

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A Carol for Kent is NOW AVAILABLE!!”

Posted by Hallee on May 13, 2014 in Writing

A Carol for Kent is NOW AVAILABLE!!”

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Fan Groups Are Here!!

Posted by Hallee on Apr 7, 2014 in Writing

I’m so excited to share that I’ve started two fan groups on Facebook! One group is for Fans of The Jewel Series and the other is for Fans of the Song of Suspense Series.

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Love Is…

Posted by Hallee on Feb 10, 2014 in Holy matrimony, Love, Marriage, Romance, Writing

I don’t just write romance novels. I write Christian romance novels. So, my stories have to go beyond the “typical” romance novel and focus on two major points of love: Eros, which is the Greek term for romantic love; and Agape, which is the Greek term for the perfect love of God.

How important is love?

1 Corinthians 13 informs us that without love, we are nothing and have nothing. We can have faith to move mountains or knowledge of all things in the universe but without love, we are nothing. We can spend our very lives in service and sacrifice but without love, it isn’t useful or profitable. The remainder of the chapter informs us very accurately about the nature of love.

When I write, I have to have the romantic arc – the romantic story between the male protagonist and the female protagonist. And, I also have to write on the spiritual arc – the love the two main characters have or learn to have for God. In this genre, if you leave out one of those arcs, you pretty much have an incomplete story.

The more I delve into writing about love – about eros and agape love, the more the two intertwine…

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30 Days of Thankfulness Day 26

Posted by Hallee on Nov 26, 2013 in Writing

I get so much feedback from people who read my books. I get such incredible letters, reviews, and messages that there are days that I’m almost afraid to keep writing because I might not be able to maintain the same standard, and there are days when I want to just shut the door and write as fast as I can to give them some more.

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30 Days of Thankfulness Day 19

Posted by Hallee on Nov 19, 2013 in Cookbooks, Writing

A good book can be broken by a bad cover. I am not an artist and I don’t pretend to have an artist’s eye. That’s why I’m so thankful for my cover artist, Debi Warford. She has tirelessly worked to present my ideas created with the best possible artistic look. Because I’m not an artist, it’s not exactly easy to work with me. She makes it seem effortless.

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30 Days of Thankfulness Days 15, 16, 17

Posted by Hallee on Nov 17, 2013 in Writing

Thursday, I opened my computer in the morning and started writing. I ignored that I was doing this daily blog post, I ignored the section in the cookbook that really needed attention, and I ignored the two loads of laundry that needed to be folded and just wrote. Friday morning, I showed up at the appointed time and place for jury duty, wasn’t picked to sit on any of the four trials that day, and went to the library to keep working on the story. I wrote and wrote, came home, fed husband and children, shut the door to my office, and wrote and wrote some more.

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30 Days of Thankfulness Day 7

Posted by Hallee on Nov 7, 2013 in Blog Stuff, Christian Faith, inspiration, Writing

1 Peter 4:10 tells us that God, through His grace, has given each of us gifts, and wants us to use those gifts to minister to one another. I am so grateful that He has given me the gift of storytelling.

Whether it’s a full length novel of Christian romantic suspense or a blog post about parenting a special needs child, I am able to entertain, engage, or enlighten. God determined that my ministry would be the written word, and for years now, I have I given of it freely, using it to minister to the world.

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The Only Man Who Can Help Save Her Life Has Been Dead for a Decade

Posted by Hallee on Nov 5, 2013 in Writing

Aria Suarez uncovers a nuclear plot that threatens the heart of our very nation. Sinister forces surround and threaten her when, out of nowhere, the man who reportedly died so many years before returns as if from the grave – intent on protecting her.

Has God finally joined them together?

Or is Aria doomed to mourn Nick Williams twice?

An Aria for Nick, Book 2 in the Song of Suspense Series, is available at the following locations:

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An Aria for Nick: Book Cover Reveal

Posted by Hallee on Oct 17, 2013 in Writing

I finished An Aria for Nick, Book 2 of the Song of Suspense Series! No publication date yet, but it will be SOON!

Here is a very brief snapshot of the story:

Shaking his head to rid himself of the darkness, of the pain of his past, Nick crossed his arms and leaned his hip against the bar. Aria stepped off the stool and turned, jumping a little when she saw him.

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