Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed . ~ 2 Timothy 2:15

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Summer reading, Day 3

Thank you for tuning in to the Summer Reading Blog Tour!

Today we meet Skye Jensen, Heather Donovan's best friend in the San Francisco Wedding Planner series.

From author Mishael Austin Witty:

Recently, Ruth L. Snyder finished up the first round of THE SAN FRANCISCO WEDDING PLANNER series with her story, SHADOWS AND SUNSHINE. Now all six stories are available in ebook format for only 99 cents each.

Next week (a week from tomorrow, actually), all the stories in the next round will be released. To celebrate, Ruth suggested we start a blog hop to better introduce readers to our characters. Most of the authors in the series are participating, and she’s recruited a number of other Helping Hands Press authors who’ve written blog posts to introduce readers to their characters and stories.

For the second round in the wedding planner series, we’re each supposed to concentrate on one character and write a back story for them. I’ve chosen Heather Donovan’s best friend, Skye Jansen, as my main focus. Her story, entitled AN URGENT AFFAIR, is going to be a fun look at some of the most important relationships in her life, including her relationship with Heather.

Today, Skye has agreed to take some time out from her incredibly busy schedule (you know she’s a devoted wife and mother of two young children AND she’s just opened her own cafe, The Cucumber Sandwich) to come talk to me and tell everyone a little more about herself.  Continue reading . . . 

Mishael Austin Witty is an editor and the internationally bestselling author of SHADOWS OF THINGS TO COME, a Christian thriller/suspense novel, and BELIEVE IN ME, a sweet contemporary romance/women's fiction novella. She lives in Louisville, KY, with her husband, two daughters, and one feline fur baby. She holds a B.A. in psychology from the alma mater of Pearl S. Buck, and an M.A. in experimental psychology from the University of Louisville.

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