My journey began shortly after I was reunited with my birth-daughter--the child I relinquished to adoption when she was 3 days old. Sarah and I were reunited 20 years later. This was wonderful, seeing my heart's desire at long last. However, seeing Sarah again renewed my original loss of her and sent me into an emotional tailspin for a few years. One day when I was crying over Sarah, my husband gave me a brand new pen and journal, and said, "Here, honey, write it." That was the start. God turned that journalling into a writing ministry where I use fiction to help others know how much the Lord loves them. A fuller story is on my blog http://shadowedinsilk--chapterone.blogspot.ca/2013/02/story-behind-covers.html And I've attached a photo of my first two books that have as the cover models, my two daughters, Sarah and Lana.
Well, of course, you did. Tell us something more about Londonderry Dreaming.
Love the trailer. Great authentic scenes.
Christine, I'm a Texan, born and bred on the flat plains of North Texas. Canada fascinates me. Tell us what your part of Canada looks like.
That is beautiful. Thanks for the picture. We love to go to Colorado and last summer went, for the first time, to Wyoming and Idaho. Mountains and rivers entice us every year. I'm jealous you actually live near this scene.
I can identify with the camping. We have a travel trailer. That's what we take to the mountains or the Texas hill country or seaside.
Most writers have good times and bad. Have you ever felt like giving up? If so, how did you press through that?
What gave you the idea for your newest release?
The window is gorgeous. What an inspiring thought. With my having three daughters, I can sure understand wanting that special relationship. I love the story of Naomi and Ruth.
Do you write every day? If so, what does that process look like?
I love music. If you were a song, what would that song be?
Christine, it has been a pleasure getting acquainted with you. Thanks for answering all my tedious questions and sending such wonderful pictures. I know my viewers will enjoy getting acquainted, and I'm sure many, like me, are anxious to purchase one or more of your books.
Does anyone else have a question or comment?
Thanks for stopping by today to visit, Christine.