My debut series is back at last (click the cover banner above to link to Amazon) with a brand new look I deeply love. They're available in ebook and paperback as well as being ready-to-read for all Kindle Unlimited subscribers! These books and I have been through a lot together, and I hardly know what to say about their re-release except that I love the characters more than words and I feel quietly joyful to send them into the world for a second time. Spread your wings, little books, and find your readers. I'm proud of you.
Soli Deo Gloria.
All That's Fair is coming November 2, 2021!
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See below for the back cover blurb. You met Cady Schuster in Book 2 (From Sky to Sky); now get to know her from the inside out. She's a "tough old woman" (her own description), born in 1870 but still appearing twenty-six (the age at which she quit aging). Not much can make her flinch. Her loyal heart is vast. She seeks understanding and isn't afraid to pepper you with questions when you know something she doesn't. She's been a fan of science fiction since before the term existed, back when, as a teen, she got her hands on a copy of Frankenstein.
Cady is a character who took some time to open up to her author. We stood eyeing each other from across the room while she decided whether the whole of her heart would be safe with my storytelling. At some point during the writing of this book, she decided she was all in, and she surprised me many times as she let me get to know her. I hope you'll enjoy knowing her too.
Cady Schuster can’t die.
Unable for the last century to grow old or succumb to injury, Cady Schuster has lost a lot of people, some more recently than others. She's trying to find new belonging in Harbor Vale, Michigan, among a welcoming little group of fellow ageless folk. Then she meets Paige, a mortal woman who needs a friend--and might need help.
Paige's husband rules their church with an authority unquestioned by his congregation. When Paige suddenly severs all communication, Cady determines to find her. Churchgoers warn her off, and the behavior of Paige's husband proves a still bigger warning. Is this friend lost too, or can Cady help her? And how far should an ageless woman involve herself in the conflicts of mortals?
Now unto the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only wise God, be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen.