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Welcome Dear Friend,

Thanks for stopping by. Come on in and make yourself right at home next to the fireplace. Join me for a virtual hot chai tea latte and let’s get to know one another.

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Can you believe we’re already well into 2021? Yowza! What happened?

I don’t know what it’s like where you live, but here in North Carolina, our weather tends to be extremely unpredictable. One day, bright and sunny, with temps climbing into the sixties, the next cold and rainy and plummeting to the twenties. But we’re not hunkering down in front of a glowing fireplace as much, and since our “stay at home” order was lifted, we’re taking advantage of those brief windows and heading to the park. I feel like a bear coming out of hibernation, peeking my head out of the cave after a long winter. lol. Won’t be long and we’ll be able to sit outside for early morning coffee or dinners in the evenings. And, maybe, just maybe, 2021 will kick COVID-19 into our rear-view mirror. Let’s hope!

The world is a scary place to live in right now, but blessings can be found even in the chaos. Some of my blessings include books, reading and writing them! 🙂

Stay as long as you’d like, and I’m sure you’ll find something that speaks to your heart. Consider this your invitation to join my newsletter family and get regular updates of my newest releases, awesome book deals, and happy sigh excerpts of sweet, clean and/or Christian romances. Oh, and as a welcome gift, you’ll receive a FREE copy of Her Small Town Firefighter AND a recipe for Pumpkin Cheesecake Pie. Yum! Join here!

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 year, and happy reading!

With all my love,

Dora Hiers

Weaving a Legacy of Grace

“No entertainment is so cheap as reading, nor any pleasure so lasting.” – Mary Wortley Montagu