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Happy September! I always think of September as a month of transition. With the start of the school year students are facing new teachers, new classes and trying to reconnect with friends they may not have had contact with for three months. For parents of students, it may be that they are having to let go for the first time to toddlers or for the last time for college agers. I've been an empty nester for a number of years now, but I still feel that little tug this time of year.

This year September also marks another small personal trasition as I just turned in the sixth book in my Turnabout Texas series. This book now has an official title - Second Chance Hero - and will be released in May. Of course, before then, the fifth book - Her Holiday Family - will be released in November. It's already available for preorder and you can find it here: HER HOLIDAY FAMILY

Once again I've got some great guests lined up for my Spotlight Interviews.

  • For September, the fabulous Lisa Belcastro will step into my spotlight. You can see her interview over on my AUTHOR VIP page!

    For my September giveaway, Lisa has graciously agreed to offer a copy of her book, Shenandoah Dreams, to one of my lucky newsletter subscribers. So if you're not already subscribed, be sure to click on the newsletter button over on the left side of this page.


  • Shana Asaro, Associate Editor from Harlequin Love Inspired, will remain in my Industry Spotlight for the month of September. Look for her interview on my INDUSTRY VIP page.


And last but not least, here's my quote for the month.
The work that God does in us when we wait is usually more important than the thing for which we wait. ~Erwin Lutzer

Winnie Griggs