Winner of Julie Klassen's "The Secret of Pembrooke Park" is: Lanna Foley Webb!
I'm thrilled to have my friend Joanne Bischof on the blog today! She is an amazing author. Her books "The Cadence of Grace" trilogy captured the essence of Appalachian fiction and romance set in historical times. They were beautiful, inspiring, tragic, and altogether consuming reads!!! And her latest novella is astounding. Haunting. And simple magical prose that captures sacrificial and unconditional love.
I asked Joanne to come by the blog, since many of you already love her and her books, to share with us a little about her book, her life, and herself!
Readers, for sure. Several people asked me if I would ever write Aunt Sarah’s story and it took me a while to grab a hold of what shape that might take, but when I did, the story practically wrote itself. It’s been such an incredible journey.
Is there a spiritual element or thread you hope your readers to catch as they read?
Green, blue and grey. Because they’re the color of the sea. (yes, I picked three! And just gave away my love for Sarah Plain and Tall.)
Probably anything Mexican. There is some really good Mexican food here in Southern California, so we’re a tad spoiled with lots of great spots.
On our blog, Erica constantly tries to introduce the concept of tea drinking. So, are you in her camp, or do you side with Anne and I as bonafide coffee drinkers?
Joanne has graciously offered up your choice of an e-copy,audio copy, or paperback copy of her latest book This Quiet Sky! Enter below for your chance to win!!!
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Christy Award-finalist and author of The Cadence of Grace series and This Quiet Sky, Joanne Bischof has a deep passion for Appalachian culture and writing stories that shine light on God’s grace and goodness. She lives in the mountains of Southern California with her husband and their three children. When she’s not weaving Appalachian romance, she’s blogging about faith, folk music, and the adventures of country living that bring her stories to life.