Beth K. Vogt believes God's best often waits behind the doors marked "Never." Wish You Were Here, her debut novel with Howard Books, released May 2012. Catch a Falling Star releases May 2013. Beth is an established magazine writer and former editor of Connections, MOPS International's leadership magazine. Visit Beth at www.bethvogt.com
Professional clown, martial artist, and full time mother of five, Ginger ponders how to write the deeperromance. Journey with her and other authors at www.ChristianRomanceMagazine.com.
Pastor's wife, homeschool mom of teenage boys, and wannabe Food Network Star, I ponder fiction, both reading it and writing it, from the Pacific Northwest.
A fiction addict who reads while walking the dog, I loan out books so they don't overflow my shelves. I ponder best while sipping Sobe. Visit me at www.jennesswalker.com.
Married over 20 years to my own real-life hero, Hubby and I have 2 college-aged sons. By day, I'm an early childhood educator. By night, I write contemporary Christian romances for Love Inspired. My debut novel, Lakeside Reunion, won the 2012 Carol award for short contemporary romance. My second novel, Lakeside Family, released in August 2012. In my free time, I enjoy reading, chick flicks, crafting and NCIS. Visit me at www.lisajordanbooks.com.
Pat Trainum, who writers as Patricia Bradley, lives in a small town in Pat Trainum, who writes as Patricia Bradley, lives in a small town in North Mississippi with her rescue cat, Mazie. Her debut novel, Shadows of the Past, releases from Revell Publishers in February 2014. You can find Pat at www.ptbradley.com or http://mbtponderers.blogspot.com/ or follow her on Twitter: @PTBradley1
|Reba J. Hoffman|
Writer, encourager, motivator, mountain woman in training. I love to meet people--total strangers--and learn what makes them tick. Pondering people gives me great characters. Visit me at www.RebaJHoffman.blogspot.com
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|Teri Dawn Smith|
While trying to keep up with my international family—Canadian husband and adopted Bolivian children—I ponder how to cause mischief in my novels. Visit me at www.teridawnsmith.com.