Phyllis Clark Nichols: Let’s Chat!

Welcome, everyone!

Phyllis Clark Nichols grew up in the deep shade of magnolia trees in South Georgia. Born during a hurricane, she is no stranger to the winds of change: In addition to her life as a novelist, Phyllis is a seminary graduate, concert pianist, and cofounder of a national cable network with health- and disability-related programming. Phyllis currently serves on several nonprofit boards. She lives in the Texas Hill Country with her portrait-artist husband.

Multi-Faceted Phyllis

Regardless of the role she’s playing, Phyllis Clark Nichols brings creativity and compelling storytelling. Her character-driven Southern fiction explores profound human questions using the imagined residents of small town communities you just know you’ve visited before. With a strong faith and a love for nature, art, music, and ordinary people, she tells redemptive tales of loss and recovery, estrangement and connection, longing and fulfillment . . . often through surprisingly serendipitous events.

Now here’s Phyllis Clark Nichols:

How grateful I am to Linda for inviting me to share this blog today and to connect with you. I have such tremendous respect for her and her writing that this is quite an honor. So, thank you, Linda.

As a life-long reader, I have always found it intriguing to discover why writers write what they do. I’ve been asked that question myself on many occasions. My answer is simple. I write stories to tell the Truth.

Phyllis Nichols writes Truth.

Stories by Phyllis Clark Nichols

Realizing that many readers enjoy the escape that a good book brings, I want to provide a safe place where readers feel comfortable and a time with characters who are not that different from the folks around them. But on occasion, I do like to take them to some places where they might not have been before and introduce them to some characters who are differently-abled. My character-driven stories always include a bit of romance, humor, mystery, and food. After all I’m Southern, and food is important, and so are those stories told as we put our feet under the same table at mealtime.

Looking back over my writing, I have discovered a theme—people surviving life’s hardships because God is present.  

Family Portrait Series

In my Family Portrait Series set in Kentucky, I write in the voice of ten-year Kate whose family is learning to live after the death of Kate’s mother. Kate has learned the value of family traditions, and as Mama taught her—the importance of faith, family, and forever. Although grief is a theme, the books are not sad. They are filled with hope and joy and life lessons that Kate learns from the memories of her mother, from Granny Grace, and from the mysterious Mr. Josh. The Christmas Portrait and The Birthday Portrait tell the Harding family’s story of love, faith, and healing from loss. I have plans for two more books in this series in the next couple of years.

Rockwater Suite Rockwater Suite

The Rockwater Suite

Set in Georgia and Kentucky, The Rockwater Suite is a series telling the story of Caroline Carlyle, a gifted pianist whose life took a sudden turn with the death of her fiancé six weeks before their wedding. In her crisis of faith when she can no longer hear the “Music,” Caroline stays close to people who do hear the music. Slowly as new characters enter her story, her life purpose is renewed, and her music and joy return. Again, you’ll find romance, mystery, hope, and humor.

Return of the Song

This story introduces you to Caroline and her family and friends and to Roderick Adair, the Kentucky gentleman who causes her heart strings to resonate again. Phyllis is offering a signed copy of Return of the Song as a giveaway to someone who joins our chat.

Freedom of the Song 

In this story you learn much more about Bella, the gifted musical savant, as the relationship grows between Roderick and Caroline. 

Ransom of the Song will be released in April, and the fourth book in the series (which I’m keeping secret) will be out in November in time for a special Christmas “event.” 

My bookshelves are filled with Christmas books and Christmas music. It is my absolute favorite time of the year. So, if you want a good Christmas read, you might check out Christmas at Grey Sage, endorsed by Debbie Macomber, or Silent Days, Holy Night. They’re both tender stories that have that resounding theme I’ve been telling you about—that theme of a faith that sustains us through life’s hardships.

Phyllis Nichols

Dark Days Brightened by The Light

On a more personal note, my husband was diagnosed with a very serious cancer in September 2018 and began “industrial-strength” chemotherapy before the removal of his kidney on December 31, 2018. What a way to end that year!

With treatment and a much more difficult recovery than we expected, we were advised by doctors to basically hibernate for seven months. We only went to doctors’ appointments, and I made a weekly trip to the grocery store. It was a quiet time of solitude where we were alone. Oh how we missed our extended family and friends and our church! They called and wrote and kept us encouraged with their words. But I can tell you, in our solitude, we experienced Immanuel. God was truly with us providing the peace of His presence.

Phyllis Nichols

And on the darkest days, we could always find things throughout each day for which to be grateful. We expressed our gratitude out loud all throughout the day to our Father who cared for us. His presence brought us peace, and our expressions of gratitude brought us joy. I’m happy and grateful to say after one year, my beloved is cancer-free and healthy again.

Highlands of Guatemala: God Is Here

Phyllis Nichols ministering in Guatemala

I recall a scene, a real one, from one of our mission trips to the Highlands of Guatemala to work in an orphanage in a remote area. Four Cappucine nuns cared for about thirty young girls. It was an incredibly beautiful morning. We had delivered the medical team to a one-room clinic in the middle of a cornfield. And our teaching team had arrived at the orphanage. We gathered the girls in the open courtyard for a morning of our version of Vacation Bible School.

God Is Here

We started our day with robust singing that echoed through those cinder block hallways to the heavens above. All of a sudden, Sister Grettel came running from the laundry where she was working. She slammed on brakes just as she reached me and raised her hands high in the air. She raised her cherubic face to the sky. With a big smile she said, “God is here.” Then she ran back to the laundry room, her habit flying in the wind.

Truth in Stories

That’s the story, my friends, and that’s the Truth I write about. The characters may change. The setting may change, but the Truth remains. No matter our circumstances, God is present. I write to tell that Truth.

I hope you’ll visit my website, to learn more about my books and to read my blogs. 

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Lord, please bless each word Phyllis writes for You.
~ For Jesus’ sake

30 thoughts on “Phyllis Clark Nichols: Let’s Chat!

  1. I found this blog very interesting,as I have never read any of your books. I will be exploring your selections because the topics you write about interest me. I am an avid reader and always appreciate authors who include faith in our God and creator of all that we enjoy. Southern topics and food are a natural interest to those of us that come from a southern heritage. We need all the positive energy you can generate during this time in our history where our county is embracing everything that the Bible says is wrong. Keep on writing. Thanks for sharing this author, Linda.

    1. Thank you for stopping by, Jane. I agree that we all need some hope and light, and we know whence that comes. Blessings on you, my new friend. Phyllis

    2. Welcome, friend Jane. You always lift up authors. Thank you.

  2. Linda Hibner

    It’s exciting to see you featured on Linda Davis’ website! Both of you are wonderful story tellers. With every book you’ve released I’ve seen your skills as a wordsmith develop and grow. I’ve enjoyed my 2nd and 3rd reading of your books as much as the initial one. Your characters are well developed and memorable and your story lines are rich with meaning. I know that your readers will be delighted to read today’s blog post.

    1. Thank you so much, Linda. There’ll be a special place in heaven for you because of the encourager that you are to all of us. Love you, friend. Phyllis

    2. Welcome, Linda. So glad to see you in our circle. What an encourager you are. Please come back.

  3. Phyllis, I am glad someone’s FB post sent me to this site to read your words and desire to have those words be the vehicle to deliver truth. I sense that women may be your audience and readers for most of your books. I’m a guy and surely can’t change that. I found a resonance in the hints you gave of the contents of your books and look forward to reading them. I usually read about my field of work in healing trauma, abuse, and neglect, spiritual disciplines, and brain based learning. I’ve needed to read the types of books you write. Thank you for reminding me with your words here. I look forward to meeting your well-crafted characters and catching the Truth they deliver. Blessings!

    1. Thank you so much for your thoughtful message. Sounds like you have volumes you could write about, and you certainly have the heart. I do pray you’ll find some Truth as you read my books. Blessings on you and the important work you do.

    2. Hi, Ernest. So glad you stopped by. I know Phyllis’s books will both engage and encourage you. Please come back—- a new author to meet every-other Wednesday.

  4. Cecilia Childree

    Your characters come to life so vividly, and their struggles and joys have become my own. Thank you for the reminder that no matter what we face, God is our strength and goodness prevails. Can’t wait until April. Thanks for sharing your storytelling gift. Hope to see you real soon!
    Love to you & Bill!

    1. Thank you so much for dropping by and leaving that sweet message friend. Sorry I missed seeing you on our last visit. Love to you and that handsome fellow you married. Phyllis

    2. Amen, Cecilia. Thanks for joining us. I hope you’ll come back to meet a new author every-other Wednesday.

  5. Blanche Armendariz

    Phyllis, how can I ever tell you how much joy your books bring me . Your characters have become my friends and companions! I have loved them from the very first page I read in your very very rough draft of your first book. Blessings and love my good friend.

    1. Blanche, your my forever friend and encourager. I’m so grateful to you and for you. Much love, Phyllis

    2. Welcome to our chat circle, Blanche. What an uplifting message you’ve left. Thank you and please come back—a new author every-other Wednesday.

  6. Peggy McAuley

    Love Phyllis as she and her family were my Grandmother’s neighbors growing up in South Georgia . Now I am in the Fort Worth TX area.

    1. Hi, Peggy — you’re in Texas??? I went to seminary in Fort Worth. Lots of sweet memories of you from Georgia. I saw your mom at the library when I was there back last fall. Thanks for dropping by and letting me know. Blessings on you and your family.

    2. Thanks for stopping by, Peggy. I love hearing from people who have known authors for years. I know you’ve encouraged Phyllis. You’ve encouraged me. Please come back—a new author ever-other Wednesday.

  7. Debbie Dunbar

    We love Phyllis and Bill Nichols! You will NEVER meet more wonderful people! Phyllis’ books are so enjoyable because it’s easy reading and the characters are very real. I have to warn you, when you start reading one of her books you won’t want to put it down, it’s that good.

    1. Welcome, Debbie. Wow, what a tribute you’ve written. I’m so glad to have gotten to know Phyllis. Thank you for your encouraging remarks. I hope you’ll visit Let’s Chat again.

    2. Thank you so much sweet friend. Just so you know I love and admire you and Ken and your kids and grandkids. Would that the world had more salt of the earth people like you.

  8. Marti Wilson

    Love Phyllis Clark Nichols ❤️ My favorite is Christmas At Grey Sage. Have read Return Of The Song and Freedom Of The Song. Just finished The Christmas Portrait. Cannot wait for the next “song” book. So glad your family is well and blessed.

    1. Hi, Marti. Love your encouraging remarks. I hope you’ll come back.

      1. Thanks, Marti. I appreciate your comments and the time you take to share with me.

    2. Thanks, Marti. I appreciate your comments and the time you take to share with me.

  9. Mary Jo Burton

    Love this lady and her wonderful books.

    1. Welcome, Mary Jo! It’s great to have you join our circle. You’ve encouraged both of us. Please come back.

    2. Thank you Mary Jo. Looking forward to May 18.

  10. I can identify with your year of quietude following your husband’s treatment. Four years ago, my husband was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Before he was finished with his cancer meds, he suffered a subdural hematoma, requiring two surgeries. Even with his chemo, stem cell treatment, and surgeries, the most difficult thing for him was not being able to drive for a year! Thanks be to God, my husband is doing better and back to driving. I am celebrating his renewed strength.

    Your stories do sound encouraging. Though I’m from New England, I have family in GA, and I love southern writers!

    1. Thank you for sharing your story. I celebrate with you your husband’s recovery. I understand completely your role. God bless you.


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Pat Jeanne Davis: Let’s Chat!

Welcome, everyone!

Pat Jeanne DavisPAT JEANNE DAVIS lives in Philadelphia, PA with her British-born husband, John. They have two grown sons.

Pat Jeanne enjoys flower gardening, genealogy research and traveling with her husband. In addition, Pat has published essays, short stories and articles online and in print. Also, she has a keen interest in twentieth-century American and British history, particularly the period of World War II. Pat Jeanne’s father-in-law served in the British Eighth Army during the war.

When Valleys Bloom Again is her debut historical inspirational romance set in the WWII era. She is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers and loves to hear from her readers. Subscribe to her newsletter at

Pat is giving away a signed copy of When Valleys Bloom Again to someone who joins our chat below. Don’t miss out on this opportunity.

Now, here’s Pat Jeanne!

Writing an historical novel requires extensive research. At times, I went to distant and unfamiliar places to immerse myself in the era and the setting of my story’s world. When I made repeated trips to England with my British born husband, I combined visiting family with research for my novel in progress.

In living museums throughout England, people went about their tasks in clothing that would’ve been worn during the 1940’s. Helpful and eager, the guides shared what they’d learned. I also entered an actual air raid shelter and spent hours in a war museum. Similarly, I toured an aerodrome and the Churchill War Rooms in London. And I interviewed veterans of WWII in both the UK and US.

When Valleys Bloom Again

As war approaches in 1939 Abby Stapleton’s safety is under threat. Her father, a British diplomat, insists she go back to America until the danger passes. Abby vows to return to her home in London—but where is home? With her family facing mortal danger so far away and feeling herself isolated, she finds it hard to pray or read the Bible. Did she leave God behind in war-torn London too? Abby becomes friendly with Jim, a gardener on her uncle’s estate.

Jim can’t get Abby out of his mind. Did she have a sweetheart in England? Was it foolish to think she’d consider him? He curses his poverty and the disgrace of his father’s desertion and drunkenness haunts him. Can he learn to believe in love for a lifetime and to hope for a happy marriage?

Abby couldn’t know the war would last a long time, nor that she would fall in love with Jim—soon to be drafted by the U.S. Army—or that she’d have to confront Henri, a rejected suitor, determined by his lies to ruin her reputation and destroy her faith in God’s providence. Will she discover the true meaning of home and find happiness with Jim?

Pat Jeanne Davis

The opening for my WWII inspirational romance, When Valleys Bloom Again, was conceived after reading a biography on the life of Kathleen Kennedy. She was the daughter of Joseph P. Kennedy, the United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom. He and his family were living in London when Britain declared war.

Kathleen Kennedy’s story intrigued me. Due to impending war, her father forced her to return to the US for her safety. But Kathleen had made many friends while living in London and was determined to return some day. Subsequently, she returned and served in the British Red Cross. She married William Cavendish who was next in line for Duke of Devonshire. Sadly, he died in battle a few months after their marriage.           

I based my protagonist, Abby Stapleton, loosely on Kathleen Kennedy’s situation at the outbreak of war in 1939. However in my story, Abby is the American-born daughter of a British diplomat. Her father also sends her back to the US to escape impending war. She too vows to return to London.


Fortunately, I enjoyed doing the research for When Valleys Bloom Again and became especially excited whenever I uncovered an extra special tidbit of information.

Chatsworth House

Pat Jeanne

One of my return trips included Chatsworth House, the home of the present Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. I learned from a tour guide that in 1963, while on his way home from Ireland, President John Kennedy had visited Kathleen’s grave only six months before his assassination. He and his sister had been very close throughout her life.

Subsequently, I found the grave of Kathleen Kennedy in St. Peter’s Churchyard, not far from Chatsworth House. She too had died tragically shortly after peace was declared. I could only imagine the sorrow President Kennedy felt.

Northern England

On another research trip in the north of England, I visited the largest purpose-built civilian air raid shelter in the country. During the Second World War, it had been extended to accommodate 6,500 people.

For instance, the Stockport Air Raid Shelter is a network of underground tunnels. A mile long, it is carved out of the sandstone hills on which the city stands and that provided not only protection but a way of life for families. Fortunately, this underground world is still intact today as during the war years. It gave me an opportunity to learn about the raw realities of life during the Blitz.

I came away with a deep appreciation for those who struggled to survive with only the basic amenities in depressing and stressful surroundings. I admire my husband’s family, who lived through those long years of war.


Romans 8:28 is a favorite of mine: “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose . . . .”

Similarly, Abby, the heroine in my novel, frequently reminds herself of this promise in God’s Word. She was uprooted from London and forced to return to a country far from her family and familiar life. Meanwhile, back in England her parents are under continuous aerial attack from the enemy. And on the battlefields of Europe, her brother and fiancé face death daily.

Excerpt from When Valleys Bloom Again

New York Harbor, Sept. 4, 1939

Finally, after sailing in a zigzag course to evade further U-boats, the Queen Mary slipped into the harbor. Abby emerged into the hubbub on deck as they glided under tow into the shadows of the Manhattan skyscrapers. She caught her breath as sirens blared from boats that accompanied them and water cannon spouted a raucous salute. Abby covered her ears as three thunderous blasts from their liner returned the greeting. Streamers of red and white and blue criss-crossed warehouses and the tall masts of ships moored nearby. American and British flags flapped an exuberant “Welcome” in the salty breeze as music from a brass band floated up from below.

Abby leaned against the ship’s railing, letting out a deep breath. She tried to see herself as a brand-new arrival, taking it all in for the first time. An undercurrent of sadness swept over her, diluting her gratitude and relief at a safe arrival. Reality hit hard. No chance of returning now. Still, it wouldn’t be enough merely to tolerate her stay here. She must take charge of her own affairs, and not simply react to circumstances forced on her. And she must put on a brave face for the sake of her family. Lord, I need your help.

The swirling mass on the dock below resolved into distinct faces, each searching for an answering look of recognition. Somewhere down there her uncle and aunt waited. Memories came flooding in of visits with her parents to Uncle Will’s vast country estate. She hadn’t seen Aunt Val in—Abby tallied them on her fingers—four whole years. She had always thought her stand-offish and hoped sheʼd improved in the meantime.

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Lord, please bless each word Pat Jeanne writes for You.
~ For Jesus’ sake

52 thoughts on “Pat Jeanne Davis: Let’s Chat!

  1. Debbie Trammell

    I am very interested in your book and drawing.

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Debbie. You’re name is in the hat. 🙂

  2. How fortunate you were to travel to Northern England to visit an air raid shelter for your research. My medieval books are set in Scotland and England. A trip there for research would be fabulous!

    1. Thank you, Teresa, for leaving your comment. I’m fortunate to be married to a man from Manchester and able to go back to England with him. Yes, I agree a visit to where your story is set is so valuable when writing a novel. You’re in the drawing for a copy of When Valleys Bloom Again.

    2. Thanks for visiting with us, Teresa. Please come back.

  3. Margaret

    I’m a huge fan of historical fiction and would love to win a copy of your book. And by the way, NICE cover! Please enter me in the drawing for a copy of When Valleys Bloom Again. Thanks!

    1. I appreciate your stopping by Let’s Chat and leaving your kind words on my cover. Your name’s in the drawing, Margaret.

    2. Thanks for joining our chat circle, Margaret. You’ve encouraged us. I hope you’ll return to Let’s Chat!

  4. Connie Porter Saunders

    Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres but learning your inspiration makes me read it even more. John F. Kennedy and his family have always intrigued me! Thanks for your giveaway.

    1. Thank you, Connie, for stopping by Linda’s blog and your comment for me. Your name has been placed in the drawing for a copy of When Valleys Bloom Again.

    2. Thanks for joining us on Let’s Chat, Connie. You’ve encouraged us … AND you’re the winner of the drawing! Congratulations!

  5. Marlene Moore

    I loved this book! I’m a WWII buff as well and 90% of my reading is about WWII. I’m fascinated by the amount of research that goes into historical books. I know that without it, the storyline might not be what it should be. Thank you for taking the time to research as much as you did. It showed and I appreciate the fact that you cared enough about the historical value it added.
    A signed copy would be such an honor to have. Good luck to all who are wanting a copy!
    Happy writing Linda, I hope to read more books you write. I loved your style!

    1. It’s wonderful to see you here, Marlene. I very much appreciate your praise for my debut novel and your thoughtful words on the research for the story. And also for your kind words for Linda as well. All the best in the drawing for a print copy.

    2. Thanks for your very encouraging comments, Marlene. Please come back.

  6. Suzanne Sellner

    WWII novels are my favorite era of historical fiction, so I would LOVE to read your book. I, too, have a British connection since my niece married an Englishman and lives in Amersham.

    1. Hi Suzanne. Many thanks for your comment for me. In addition to my hubby being English, my grandfather came to America from Birmingham when a child. Your name’s in the drawing for a print copy.

    2. Welcome, Suzanne. Thanks ever so much for dropping by. And please come back.

  7. Pat, your premise and setting look intriguing. I love books about WWII. Congratulations on publishing a book!


    1. Thank you, Ruth, for leaving your comment. I feel blessed that my publisher wanted to pick up my novel. God is good. I continue to be amazed by the number of readers who especially enjoy stories set in this era. You’re in the drawing for a copy.

    2. Welcome to our circle, Ruth. I hope you’ll return sometime.

  8. How blessed you were to travel outside of Google to do your research! I’m sure it influenced your story for the better.

    1. Hi Clarice, good to see you here. Doing the research for Valleys was rewarding in so many ways. I met and talked with many who were so generous in sharing their time with me. You’ve been placed in the drawing for a print copy. Thank you for stopping by Linda’s blog.

    2. Hi, friend! It’s always so good to see you pop up in Comments.

  9. Carolyn Bryant

    This sounds like a book I would love to read. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy.

    1. I appreciate your comment, Carolyn. Your name’s been placed in the contest for a print copy of When Valleys Bloom Again.

    2. Hi, Carolyn. Thanks for joining us. I hope you’ll return.

  10. Sharon Hula

    I am happy to learn more about this book. Thanks for the brief peak at the opening paragraphs. I read lots of Historical fiction, it is my favorite genre. It would be so great to win a copy of When Valleys Bloom Again.

    1. Thank you, Sharon, the visiting here and leaving your comment. We can learn so much about past events and people through historical fiction. You’re in the drawing for a copy of my novel.

      1. Kathy

        How fascinating to be able to see Churchhills war room. Just to walk down the streets that at one time had been bomb. Visiting Kathleen Kennedy’s grave. How poignant. My husband live in KS, we take road trips and we stop to visit churches and cemeteries. We try to figure out the yr a person left what was happening in the world.

    2. Thanks so much for stopping by, Sharon. I write historical fiction, too, so I share your and Pat’s hearts for the genre. I hope you’ll return. God bless.

    3. Welcome, Sharon. You’re an honored member of the chat circle from now on!

  11. Marlene Giese

    Would LOVE to read your books. I’m really into any novel about the World Wars, the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, the Spanish war. In other words, I like reading historical books written about the early wars of our country.

    1. Hi Marlene, so happy to hear of your love for historical books. An historical novel provides the reader with an opportunity to discover an historical period in an enlightening and entertaining way. Thank you for commenting. You’ve been placed in the drawing for a copy of When Valleys Bloom Again.

    2. Hi, Marlene. I share your interest in stories about our early wars. My historical novel, The Mending of Lillian Cathleen, happens during WWI (1914). And The Awakening of Miss Adelaide happens during WWI (1918). I know your comments have buoyed Pat. Please come back.

  12. Kathy

    I have followed Pat on her social media and signed up for her newsletter. This book sounds very interesting and would love to read it.

    1. Hi Kathy, thank you for commenting and signing up for my newsletter. You’re entered in the drawing for a copy. God bless you.

    2. Welcome to our circle, Kathy. I know Pat appreciates your following her on social media and signing up for her newsletter. You’ve encouraged her, I’m sure. I hope you’ll continue to join the chat.

  13. Rebekah

    This sounds like such an intriguing novel ! I would love to read it !

    1. Great to have you in our circle, Rebekah. I only have time to read at bedtime. This book is my current bedtime reading and I’m enjoying it so much that I keep inching my bedtime earlier and earlier. 🙂

    2. Thank you, Rebekah, for stopping by and leaving your comment about my novel. You’ve been entered in the drawing for a copy. God bless you.

  14. Lovely title. And isn’t historical research fun!?

    1. Hello, Julia. Especially if you are able to travel from home and immerse yourself in the history. Thank you for the compliment on my novel. The title was taken from the beloved wartime song, “There’ll be Blue Birds Over The White Cliffs of Dover” sung by Britain’s wartime darling of song, Vera Lynn. Words and lyrics written by 2 Americans.Your name’s in the drawing for a copy.

    2. Yes, the research is fun. I’ve enjoyed and learned so much. I’m sure Pat would say the same.

  15. Thank you, Linda, for having me as your guest. I love the way you so artistically laid out my blog and the photos, making my piece more interesting to read.
    I appreciate your comments, Lourdes and Alicia, on the book cover. My publisher has a talented cover designer. You’re both in the drawing for a copy of When Valleys Bloom Again.

    1. Honored to have you. I hope this blesses you and readers both.

      1. Linda, appreciate your kind words on the story too.

  16. Lourdes Montes

    Love the cover, also loved reading about the In Living Museums. Thank you for sharing.

    1. And thank you for visiting. Please come back.

    2. I appreciate your stopping by Linda’s blog and leaving your comment, Lourdes. Visiting a living museum is one of the most impactfull means of getting into the historical period. You’re in the drawing for a copy of When Valleys Bloom Again.

  17. Alicia Haney

    This book sounds very intriguing and like a very good page turner!! Thank you so very much for sharing about it, I enjoyed reading what it is about and also learning more about the author! I love the cover, it is Gorgeous ! Have a Great rest of the week. God Bless you.

    1. Thanks for visiting with us, Alicia. I love Pat’s novel. Please visit us again.

    2. Thank you, Alicia, for dropping in to Let’s Chat and leaving a comment for me. I appreciate your kind words on the cover too. Your name’s been placed in the drawing for a copy. Have a lovely weekend. God bless you.


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