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POSTMARK FROM THE PASTby Vickie Phelps
Welcome, Vickie. If you could have dinner with one person from today or history (except Jesus) who would it be? Why?
Either one of my great-grandmothers. I'd like to know more about my family history, the stories they didn't get a chance to tell and so were never passed down to the next generation.
What is your favorite Bible verse?
"I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." Philippians 4:13, KJV
Do you have a dedicated place to write, or a nook or corner of a room, or the kitchen table? When we moved into our present home, I converted one of the bedrooms into a home office. My desk sits in front of a double window which gives me natural light and a pleasant view.
What can your readers expect from you next? Postmark from the Past is book one of "The Redwood Chronicles." I'll be working on book two in the coming months.
Please tell us a little about your novel, Postmark from the Past.
In November 1989, Emily Patterson is enjoying a
quiet life in West Texas. She lives in the same house she grew up in, has a great job and good friends. But emptiness nips at her heart. Then a red envelope appears in her mailbox. It’s a letter from Mark who declares his love for her, and promises to come to her if he makes it home alive. But who is Mark? She flips the envelope over, but there is no return address and it is postmarked 1968. Over the next few days more letters mysteriously appear in her mailbox and odd things start happening. Is someone playing a cruel joke? Her friends say it is the season for miracles. As Emily seeks to solve the mystery, can she risk her heart to find a miracle in the Postmark from the Past?
Where can readers find you online?
Where can readers purchase Postmark from the Past?
CrossRiver Media Group
Through your local bookstore
Please leave a question you’d like readers to answer.
What do you look for in a series—the same characters having new adventures each time or the same setting with different characters in each book?
Vickie, thanks for visiting with my readers and me. One of the commenters to this blog post will be randomly drawn to receive a paperback copy of Postmark from the Past, which you've offered.
The winner of last Thursday’s blog post for a copy of Jacob's Christmas Dream by Darlene Franklin is Jan. I’ll email you. Thanks all for commenting. Watch for more book giveaways.
Till next time … keep on smiling.