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 I heard it said on TV, Spring is here, and Easter is near. As I write this, we are just thawing out of our most recent snowstorm. Fortunately, we only got about an inch, and none of it accumulated on the streets and sidewalks. But now we are dealing with strong winds that are rattling the windows of my house!
As for Easter, many of you may be of a mind to give gifts to loved ones as a way of celebrating this most holy of holy days. If that is so, you may want to consider the novel, An Unconventional Lady, releasing this month by my featured author, Cynthia Hickey. You can read our interview here. Please don't forget to enter the drawing to win a copy of her book!
A few weeks ago, I had an article published in my local newspaper in reply to a letter to the editor regarding the possible passing of Arizona's Senate Bill 1062, which protects businesses from lawsuits for refusing services to gay individuals or couples because of religious beliefs. Even though that bill was vetoed, I had something to say to those who see Christians as haters of the gay community. I have included that article here, for those interested in having a look.
That's all, for now. I wish you all a very happy and blessed Easter!