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.
Autumn is upon us, one of my favorite times of year. I think it is for many people who live in this New Jersey climate.
Though I am uplifted by the season, I am saddened by what is going on with the Planned Parenthood debacle. Some of you may have seen the videos released by a pro-life group over a two or three month period that catches officials of the largest abortion organization admitting to questionable and illegal practices concerning the sales of baby body parts. This is exactly why I wrote my romantic suspense novel, Hush, Little Baby. In fact, much of what you see in these videos mimics scenes straight out of the book. I began writing it years ago after hearing something of the same activities involving Planned Parenthood back in the mid-to-late nineties. There had been a Congressional hearing, but due to a loophole, the offenders were exonerated and nothing could be done. They went on their way, blatantly continuing the same procedures that got them into trouble in the first place. And, now, this president we have defends them to the hilt.
In accordance with the subject of the above paragraph, I have included an article that my local newspaper published regarding whether the videos are to be believed. If you read it, please tell me your thoughts.
On a happier note, author, Rose McCauley, visits with us this month in an interview about her book, Surrender to Love. You’ll want to sign up for the giveaway on this one, too.
The winner of last month’s drawing for Paula Mowery’s book, For Our Good, is Roe Martinelli. Congratulations, Roe!