Thursday, November 10, 2016

Vickie Phelps - Christian Romance Novel


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MOVED, LEFT NO ADDRESS
by Vickie Phelps


Vickie Phelps writes to encourage, inspire, and
Vickie Phelps
influence. She has published articles, devotionals, and essays in more than fifty magazines. She has also contributed to several anthologies. Vickie is the author of the novels, Postmark From the Past and Moved, Left No Address, a devotional book, Psalms for the Common Man, and is coauthor with Jo Huddleston of Writing 101: A Handbook of Tips & Encouragement for Writers, and Simply Christmas.


Vickie is the founder and director of the East Texas Christian Writers Group in Longview, Texas and a member of the Northeast Texas Writers Organization.


Welcome, Vickie. Where is your favorite vacation spot? 
That’s a tough one, because I’ve been several places that I really like,  but I would have to say that Eureka Springs, Arkansas is the one place that I’ve been to several times and would go again any time the opportunity arises.

What do you enjoy most about writing? 
Telling a story that touches readers. When someone tells me they connected to my books in some way, then all the work and editing is worth it.

What can readers who enjoy your book do to help make it successful? 
Write a review on Amazon, Goodreads, or for your favorite periodical. Also, word of mouth is a good way to get new readers.

Please tell us a little about your novel, Moved, Left No Address.
Joel Webster doesn’t need anyone in his life until his father dies and he finds himself completely alone. Regretting how he alienated himself from his family, he sets out on a search for his uncle who disappeared forty years earlier without a trace. His search takes him from a small Texas town to Santa Fe, New Mexico. If he can find his uncle, maybe there’s a chance at restitution for the past. But the journey could cost him his life, especially when a beautiful woman steps into the picture.

Where can readers find you online? 
Website
Facebook
Amazon Author Page  
Linkedin
Twitter
Pinterest
Blog

Where can readers purchase Moved, Left No Address?
Amazon
Barnes and Noble
Createspace

Please leave a question you’d like readers to answer. (Commenters are not required to answer to be entered in the book drawing.)
Do you prefer books written only in your gender or do you read both male and female points of view?

Vickie, thanks for visiting with my readers and me.

One commenter to this blog post will be selected to receive their choice of a print or an eBook copy of Moved, Left No Address

Commenters, to enter the book drawing please leave your comment through November 15, 2016 and remember to leave your email address so I can contact you if you’re the winner.


The winner of last Thursday’s blog post for a copy of Christmas Snowe and Peppermint Cocoa by Joi Copeland is Becky. I’ll email you. Thanks all for commenting. Watch for more book giveaways.

Till next time … keep on smiling. 




My latest novel has released - Tidewater Summer! Here is the cover, and you can read more about the book here. You can read the beginning of the book on my website.

34 comments:

  1. I do like books written with both the male and female point of view. I am a follower by email fishingjan{at}aol

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    1. Hi Jan, Thanks for dropping by.

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  2. A new to me author that I certainly need to check out her books. I enjoyed the interview and the book sounds like a good one. I enjoy both points of view.

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    1. Ann, I would love to have you as one of my readers.

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    2. Ann, glad you enjoyed the interview and found a new-to-you author!

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  3. I would say either gender. I like different points of view.
    nlgriggs902atgmaildotcom. I am a follower

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    1. Nancy, hope you get a chance to read Moved, Left N Address.

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  4. Sounds like an interesting book. I read books for either gender. Since there seem to be more from a female view, I suppose I read more of those but I keep my eyes open for books with a male view. I follow your blogs. grandaddya[at]Comcast[dot]net

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    1. Edward, good to see you here. Moved, Left No Address is written from a male point of view. Hope you get a chance to read it.

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    2. Edward, I appreciate you following my blog! Thanks for commenting.

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  5. I like both genders point of view when I read. It is welcoming to hear things from a man's perspective.

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    1. Sonnetta, glad you're open to a man's point of view.

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  6. I don't mind reading a man's point of view. I have read a few books that had the woman's and the mans and it was very interesting. This books sounds very good.
    pam1lunsford(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Pam, thanks for coming by and leaving your comment.

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    2. Yikes!! I keep forgetting to tell you I'm a follower!!!

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    3. Pam, thanks for reading the blog. Hope you get a chance to read Moved, Left No Address.

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  7. I like to read both point's of view. I am also a follower. d[dot]brookmyer[at]yahoo[dot]com

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    1. Donna, thanks for commenting and for following my blog!

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    2. Hi Donna, I like both points of view also. Thanks for reading Jo's Blog.

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  8. I prefer books that include both genders because aren't most books written by both men and women?
    I am a follower of your blog.
    Janet E.
    von1janet(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Janet, you're right. Books are written by both men and women, but my critique group was surprised when I wrote this book from a man's point of view.

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  9. I like both points of view.
    mksmcpotter{at}msn{dot}com

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    1. Kim, thanks for coming by and leaving your comment.

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    2. HI Kim, glad to hear about another reader who enjoys books from both points of view.

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  10. I have mostly read books by female authors, simply because there seem to be many more to choose from. I have some definite male favorite authors though and will read any of their books I can get! I think my problem is that I love to read! sonja dot nishimoto at gmail dot com

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    1. Sonja, thanks for stopping by and commenting.

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    2. Sonya, I have two favorite authors, one male and one female. I have never been able to call one the best over the other. But, like you, I have read more female authors than female.

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  11. I read both male and female points of view. Sometimes I prefer the man's POV.
    drfornierATgmailDOTcom

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    1. Darcy, thanks for reading and leaving your comment.

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  12. Darcy, glad to hear you prefer a man's POV. I hope you get a chance to read Moved, Left No Address. I also have another novel I'm writing from a man's POV.

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