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Friday, February 12, 2016

Gay's Days Kindness is here!


February 12. 2016 is here!

“Yes, so?” You ask.
Well, it's a lovely day in Houston, and I usually begin my greeting with a weather report. The temp is warm and it's perfect for outdoor activities, but I'll be inside. I'm busy today telling you about important books. So here goes.
My novella, Clue into Kindness, officially releases today--two days before Valentine's Day.


Prism Book Group kicked off the love season last week with Hounded. These books are based on I Corinthians 13. Prism’s plan includes one book per week for the year. You’ll want to read these inspiring books.


Here’s my review for the book above, Hounded—the first book in the series.

Elise Amberson's is a widow, not once but twice, and she's not yet thirty years old. After husband number one is killed while serving his country, she marries an older man and enters a dysfunctional family. At the funeral for her second husband, a former high school friend, Russ, a minister, attends the service. We learn, little by little, that Russ has always loved Elise. Russ is a patient man but never assumes Elise will return his love. A second long-time friend, Steve, now a detective, appears ready to take Elise to jail for her husband's murder.

We appreciate the patience and longsuffering of the minister, but we see God as the true patient One. Elise has turned her back on Him, but He waited for her to return. Elise left Him, but He never left her. No one is more patient than God Himself. Thanks Ms. Klumpers for an excellent read.

I thought you might want to read a blurb from Clue into Kindness. Although this is a Christian book, I mention very little about God in this story, but by the actions of Georgia, the heroine, I hope you see her Christianity.

 
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 Clue into Kindness is the second book in the Love Is series.

Clue into Kindness
by Gay N. Lewis

“Love is kind…” 1 Corinthians: 13:4

Georgia loves her husband, Alan. She shows him kindness with actions and words, but Alan responds in a heartless, selfish way. To receive respect and admiration from people, he believes he must have a perfect wife—so he criticizes Georgia at every opportunity—even tells her she’s fat! Alan’s best friend Ken and his wife Jana, reassure Georgia that she remains the gorgeous beauty queen she was during her college days. Who will Georgia believe—her friends or the mysterious, handsome stranger who comes into her life? Circumstances bring a change to Alan’s attitudes. But is it too late to save this marriage?

 These two books are now released. I hope you’ll read them and write a review. Reviews are important to authors. We need feedback to see how we’re doing and what ya’ll like.

Happy reading and even if your day is gloomy, keep smiling.