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.
Here’s hoping your May flowers are blooming everywhere. In my neck of the woods we didn’t have many April showers, though. We had our front lawn re-seeded, and for nine days after, there wasn’t a drop of rain. Which meant hubby had to use the sprinkler, moving it every 20 minutes, so that the entire lawn could have a drink of water nightly. No matter. Our little blades of grass have begun to push through the soil. Joy!
This month, my dear friend, Dr. MaryAnn Diorio, is back to talk about her latest book, The Madonna of Pisano. She is also offering a copy in our giveaway, so be sure to find instructions for entering at the end of our interview. I’ve also written a review so you’ll know what you’re vying for.
Lastly, let’s make sure to honor our moms, grandmothers, mothers-in-law, etc., this Mother’s Day. They deserve all the respect, gifts and love we can lavish on them for all they do. A mom never stops being a mom.
That’s all for this time. Enjoy the beautiful weather and keep reading!