Destiny's Dream is coming true...but without a little divine intervention, it could become a nightmare!
After a fun week of voting on two fantastic excerpts, we’ll spend the first bit of this week getting to know one of the authors, Delia Latham.
Delia’s book Destiny’s Dream (gorgeous cover, don’t you think?) has recently released through White Rose Publishing. If you haven’t had a chance to read her COTT excerpt, you can do so HERE.
The drawing for one of our two featured books will remain open all week for anyone leaving a comment on any blog, Monday-Thursday.
Readers, meet Delia Latham--
Born and raised in a place called Weedpatch, Delia Latham moved to Oklahoma in 2008, making her a self-proclaimed California Okie. She loves to read and write in her simple country home, and gets a kick out of watching her husband play Farmer John. The author enjoys multiple roles as Christian wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, but especially loves being a princess daughter to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords.
I love the Farmer John image, Delia! It just cracks me up. The first picture that came to mind was the 1930’s Grant Wood painting. You know the one? The old guy with a pitchfork and pinch-faced wife? I’m so relieved to find you’re a lovely woman with a brilliant, genuine smile.
Since COTT’s focus is Christian fiction, many of the novels featured here contain scenes in which a lead character has a personal encounter with Christ. Some Christian authors feel called to present a clear Gospel message in each of their novels. Would you classify yourself as such?
And now, Delia has a question for you! (hint--the answer is found in her EXCERPT)
Swing by on Wednesday to meet Tracy Krauss, author of My Mother the Man-eater.