I'm so excited that the release day for Finding Faith is finally here! I can't wait for you all to read Aaron and Serenity's story! I truly hope you enjoy it!
As always, I want to extend a huge thanks to all of my readers. I couldn't do this without you!
Debbie Brown hosted a fun interview on her blog today. Come read more about Finding Faith and my writing process.
Franky A. Brown posted a wonderful review of Finding Faith on her blog today as well.
Stop by my Facebook page for your chance to win an autographed paperback copy of Finding Faith! All you have to do is locate the pinned post and then tell me about a positive thing that happened to you this week. I will randomly choose a winner tomorrow morning!
* Unfortunately, a paperback copy can only be sent to someone within the United States. If someone wins who is located outside of the States, an electronic version will have to be substituted. Thanks for your understanding!
The contest is over! Duke and Avalon's baby girl now has a beautiful name:
Congratulations to BN100 for the winning suggestion!
I wanted to thank you all for the ideas you posted on RJs Blog. There were so many wonderful suggestions and it was hard to narrow it down. But I think that Lorelei Grace fits baby McNeil perfectly.
The winning name will be mentioned in the next book in the series, Finding Faith.
Don't forget! Even if you didn't win a copy of the two new books RJ and I are releasing next month, you can still snag a copy for yourself. Both are available for pre-order now:
Heartsick by RJ Conte
Publication date: February 26, 2016
Finding Faith by Melanie D. Snitker
Publication date: February 13, 2016
A special thank you to my friend, RJ, for hosting this fun contest. You're the best and I had a blast meeting some of your readers!
Finding Faith, the fourth book in my Love's Compass series, has an official release date: February 13, 2016. I can't wait for you all to read Serenity's story!
Single mom Serenity Chandler is determined to do anything to provide better opportunities for her son, Gideon. Moving away from her family support system so Gideon can attend a special school seems like the right choice, even if it means her entire life is about to change.
The satisfaction of helping children and being a part of their lives is one reason Aaron Randall loves his job as a music therapist. When Hope Academy instills a dating policy, he doesn't give it a second thought. Until the new coworker who'd caught his attention turns out to be the parent of one of his students.
Any relationship between them will put his job at risk. The more time Aaron spends with Serenity and Gideon, the harder it is to ignore what they could have together. With Aaron's job and Gideon's education hanging in the balance, they'll have to rely on faith to find their way.