Deborah M. Piccurelli is passionate about the Lord, family, and creating powerful prose. She writes romantic
suspense stories woven around dark, obscure issues. Deborah likes reading, movies, family time, and friendly
get-togethers. She lives with her family in New Jersey.
As another year comes to an end, I want you all to know I appreciate you so much! I particularly want to thank all those who faithfully visited this site each and every month. You are all a blessing to me.
There is no featured author, this time, but I do have an article for you called Season of Giving. I am also running a year-end giveaway! I have a small box of books—five, to be exact. Being a reviewer, I must occasionally clean out my collection of novels to make room for new ones. These books are a treasure to me, and some especially, because they have been signed by the author. So, understand, these are older books that I have held onto as long as possible, and must now let go of. Most are in like-new condition. I’m hoping some of you haven’t read most of them. Here are the titles:
Brink of Death by Brandilyn Collins
Private Justice by Terri Blackstock
A Killing Frost by Hannah Alexander
Hannah Grace by Sharlene MacLaren
Finding Jeena by Miralee Ferrell
To enter the drawing, just use my Contact page and type “drawing” in the comments box. The deadline to enter is December 23rd.
The review I’ve written for The Wordsmith Journal is for The Sheep Walker’s Daughter by Sydney Avey. Be sure to take a look.
Merry Christmas to all of you! May the blessings of the season come to rest upon your household, and may the Lord impart favor over you and yours.