“Debut” seems to be the word of the month around here.
And I’d like to keep that going — but turn the attention to someone else.
Keli Gwyn is one of the nicest, kindest, most encouraging persons I’ve met as I’ve traveled the writing road. As a matter of fact, I could have filled the previous sentence up with a lot more adjectives about Keli and not been exaggerating. That’s a photo of Keli at last year’s ACFW conference. She wore a beautiful period costume.
Here’s the fun thing: Keli’s a debut-author-to-be! Her novel, A Bride Opens Shop in El Dorado, California releases July 1. I preordered my copy months ago and can’t wait to read it. Here’s a glimpse into what Keli’s novel is about:
An ever-resourceful widow, Elenora Watkins arrives in El Dorado ready to go into partnership with Miles Rutledge. When he refuses, Elenora becomes the competition across the street. Is this town big enough for the two of them?
Miles can’t help but stick his well-polished boot in his mouth whenever he comes face-to-face with Elenora. Can he find a way to win her heart while destroying her business?
In Your Words: I’ve preordered Keli’s book and I hope you do too! What books are in your To Be Read (TBR) pile?