This week is another time to alter from interviews and do something a little bit differently. Today, I have the pleasure of spotlighting Rose Allen McCauley.
Rose Allen McCauley started writing over a decade ago when she retired from teaching school to write the stories of some of the characters roaming around in her head. Since joining ACFW in 2002, she has been published in several non-fiction anthologies and devotionals, and now is happy to announce “Better Together than Apart” in the collection Romantic Destinations as her sixth novella. She has been happily married to her college sweetheart for over four decades and is also mother to three grown children and their spouses and Mimi to five lively grandkids. Rose always enjoys hearing from her readers at email@example.com or her website/blog www.rosemccauley.com and also on Facebook as Rose Allen McCauley and her twitter page @roseamccauley.
Right now my publisher is running a free copy of one of her books to anyone who buys a copy of Destination: Romance (eBook or print) and sends her the proof of purchase, so its a way for some of your readers to get two books for the price of one!
Blurbs for Destination: Romance
“BareFeet and Warm Sand” by Kim Vogel Sawyer—Marine biologist Tamiera is determined to protect endangered sea turtles against man’s intrusion. When Joe arrives on the island of Grand Cayman with plans to build a resort near the turtles’ nesting grounds, will she be able to convince him to put the needs of God’s creatures above making money?
“A Shelter in a Weary Land” by Julane Hiebert—A cave in the Missouri hillside was to be a shelter from pillaging Union soldiers for Charlotte and her unborn babe. But will she be safe when a wounded enemy seeks the same place of refuge?
“Better Together Than Apart” by Rose Allen McCauley—On a K-Love cruise to Jamaica, Natalie re-connects with Ken, a boy she met six years earlier on a high school summer mission trip. Attraction stirs, but opposing goals threatens their romance. Will they listen to God’s leading for their best place of service?
“Sufficient Grace” by Constance Shilling Stevens—An abandoned Cherokee burial ground keeps secrets and draws a picture of deep, enduring love for Nora, but land surveyor Donovan threatens the place that holds sweet memories for Nora’s grandfather. Will Donovan follow his boss’s orders or follow his heart?
“Cotton Candy Sky” by Kristian Libel—When a Kansas girl falls in love with the ocean, she thinks nothing could be more exhilarating than life on a beach...except maybe falling for a traveling photographer who introduces her to more adventure than she’d ever imagined. But is their connection one that can last, or will their time together simply remain a fond memory as they go their separate ways?