FAITH NEWS SERVICE – Proposals Gone Awry features best-selling and award-winning authors Allie Pleiter and Liz Tolsma, plus Heather Royce, J. C. Lafler, Haley V. Craft, and Tisha Martin.
Sweet Christian fiction boxed sets are adored worldwide by Christian fiction readers, and Redemption Press has pulled together a great mix of writers to entertain and charm the vast audience of sweet Christian readers.
He’s ready to propose. She’s ready to say yes. And then it all gets mix up . . . Proposals Gone Awry adds a fresh spin to Christian romantic fiction—each novella in this sweet romance boxed set features a proposal that gets stopped in mid-knee bend, leading the heroes and heroines down unexpected twists and turns on the path to “Will you marry me?” These contemporary Christian fiction novellas contain real-life struggles, humor, and yes . . . finally a proposal.
Proposals Gone Awry launches at 99 cents on Amazon, plus it’s free on Kindle Unlimited.
For more information, contact Dori Harrell, managing editor of Redemption Press: email@example.com or 509-910-2220.
About the Authors
Bestselling international author Allie Pleiter honed her talents in the world of popular fiction, where she still releases multiple books a year. Allie has over fifty published titles to her name, and over 1.5 million of her fiction and nonfiction books have been sold around the world. Already a national speaker among writing associations, Allie now extends her reach to entrepreneurs, speakers, consultants, and anyone who needs to bolster their productivity and creativity in a demanding marketplace. Allie is an avid knitter, confirmed coffee junkie, and firm believer that “pie makes everything better.” She holds a BS in Speech from Northwestern University and lives in the Chicago suburbs with her husband and the world’s most adorable dog. Discover more about Allie at www.alliepleiter.com.
Passionate might best describe Liz Tolsma. She loves writing, research, and editing. Her passion shone through in her first novel, which was a double award finalist. On any given day, you might find her pulling weeds in her perennial garden, walking her hyperactive dog, or curled up with a good book. She resides in a quiet corner of Wisconsin with her husband and youngest daughter. Her oldest daughter is a college student, and her son proudly serves as a US Marine. Visit Liz at www.liztolsma.com.
Debut fiction author Heather Royce has spent her life loving books. An English major, she also earned a Master of Arts in teaching. She has two adult children and lives near Raleigh, North Carolina. Heather lives in the country and enjoys her daily walks with her beagle and Australian shepherd. She also plays pickleball with her friends, a new pursuit that resulted from writing her first book. Connect with Heather on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HeatherRoyceauthor.
C. Lafler is a poet and author. A retiree from civilian service for the federal government, she enjoys traveling, reading, spending time with her grandchildren, and solving puzzles of all kinds. She and her husband, David, live in Michigan but are often found in Texas during the cold Michigan winters. Connect with her at www.jclafler.com.
Haley V. Craft has been teaching English to ninth, tenth, and eleventh graders for seven years. She is a forever student who loves reading, listening to music, and doing new things. She’s a country girl who loves helping her parents on the family farm. Haley enjoys writing devotions, and Happily Even After is her first published fiction. You can learn more about Haley by visiting haleyvcraftwriting.com.
A professional freelance editor and a fiction author, Tisha Martin enjoys stories that transform hearts and minds. She contributed to The Horse of My Dreams: True Stories of the Horses We Love (2019, Revell). Misadventures in Love is her first contemporary romance. Visit her at www.tishamartin.com.
Suggested Interview Questions
What made this the right time for Redemption Press to launch its first romantic fiction boxed set?
Tell us about the mix of authors. How did this group all come together?
The stories are all so different! How were the story lines decided on so they wouldn’t all sound the same?
How do readers benefit from authors joining together in a boxed set?
What are some of the ways in the stories that the proposals get jinxed?
These are sweet Christian novellas, but they also feature some compelling story lines. What difficult, real-life situations do the characters have to deal with?