Let’s catch up!

Eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen–30 years of writing romance!

I’m back. A long weekend and a lot of stormy weather, but I’m back at my desk now. I have more books to give to someone! Speaking of books, I’ve been going through my bookshelves as we begin to downsize a bit. So many memories with so many great authors. I have a pile to pass on, and a pile to keep. But I keep pulling books out of the “to give away” pile and tucking them back into my “to keep” pile. The struggle is real! I have book shelves in every room of my house. I think most readers have the same, as well as writers. We have fiction, research books, and how to books, because we never stop questioning, plotting, or learning.

I have words to write and edits to do, but in my next blog I’ll tell you about the call I got when I had a migraine, and the book that got me into the official launch of Love Inspired Books. (Three years after the first call.) But right now, I have winners to announce: Thanks for your comments, ladies!

Tammie Edington Shaw

Melissa Stand


Sarah Taylor

Published by lenoraworth

Bio—Lenora Worth 2021 A member of the American Christian Fiction Writers Honor Roll, Lenora Worth writes romance and romantic suspense for Love Inspired and sweet romance for Tule Publishing. She also writes for Kensington Books. Three of her books have finaled in the ACFW Carol Awards. She received the Romantic Times Pioneer Award for Inspirational Fiction. Lenora is a NY Times, USA Today and Publishers Weekly bestselling writer and a 2019 RWA RITA® Finalist. With one-hundred-plus books and novellas published and over three million books in print, she enjoys adventures with her retired husband and loves reading, baking, and shopping … especially shoe shopping. Go to www.lenoraworth.com to sign up for Lenora’s newsletter and find her book list and upcoming releases. @lenoraworth on Twitter lenoraworth on Instagram Lenora Worth, Author on Facebook

8 thoughts on “Let’s catch up!

  1. Hi Lenora, Looks like I was one of today’s winners. I’m not sure how to do this, but I assume I give you my address. Thank you, again and congrats. I really enjoy how you give your characters deep emotions in your books.

    Tammie Edington Shaw

    880 S. Plum Grove Rd, #309

    Palatine IL 60067



  2. Hi, Deana. That depends on the book. For the K-9 books, we talk to officers and read manuals a lot. For Amish, I read a lot of Amish blogs, and books about the Amish, and talk to other Amish writers. We use a bit of poetic license but we try to stay true to the Amish way of life and their beliefs.


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