Thanks for stopping by. Come on in and make yourself right at home next to the fireplace. Join me over a virtual hot chai tea latte and let’s catch up!
Virtually is about the only way we can meet lately. What’s happening with our country? Our world? Who would have ever thought that universities would send students home, that restaurants and bars would close, that grocery store shelves would be wiped out, or that churches would be forced to worship through livestream feeds?
It’s a fearful time for many, and my prayers and thoughts are for everyone’s health and safety, not just here in the US but all over the world. No one is exempt from this pandemic.
Lord, when doubts fill my mind, when my heart is in turmoil, quiet me and give me renewed hope and cheer. Psalm 94:19 Living Bible (TLB)
But I refuse to give in to fear and allow the devil to steal my joy. The Potter’s House Series 2 books have kicked off…twenty-four beautiful stories by eight different authors, all messages of hope, redemption and second chances. Hear my happy sigh 🙂
My first book in the series, Her Cowboy Forever, released in March. Look for Her Christmas Cowboy to be available for pre-order in mid-July, and Her Covert Cowboy in January 2021. Check out all the Potter’s House Series Two books here. 🙂
Fully Surrendered, the third book in the Merriville Firefighter Heroes series, will release on May 5. That wraps up the series, at least for now. 😉 I’m still praying and open to direction for my next book/series to write.
Thanks for hanging out with me for a few minutes. I hope you’ll come back often. Please know that you, dear reader, are one of my greatest blessings! It warms my heart to open your sweet, encouraging emails or to hop on Goodreads or Amazon and read your kind reviews, so keep them coming! You all are awesome!!
Wishing you a blessed and hopeful 2020!
With all my love,
Dora Hiers / Tori Kayson
Author of Heart Racing, God-Gracing Romance and Sweet Romance that Sizzles
“No entertainment is so cheap as reading, nor any pleasure so lasting.” – Mary Wortley Montagu