|I love looking at the patterns on|
the earth below from high in the sky!
|Gorge Marina on |
|Gorge Marina from the restaurant. |
Our yacht, Lone Star Main II, in center of photo
Quite a climb!! And a long way, too!
|Chatterbox Falls at |
Princess Louisa Bay
|The boat had mirrors on a lot of|
ceilings to make it look bigger
Now y’all know I’m a busy author lady :) with lots of things to do. New Covers and Reveal Party - August 16th 10.am. CDT with CelebrateLit! And New Releases - The Bedwarmer’s Son coming in September with its CelebrateLit Blog Tour September through the )…but I thought I’d be fine…able to work online a little in the evenings when we moored into ports along the way.
|Our bed...front of the yacht;|
windows on both sides
|View from the dock out our wee window, |
looking toward Nanaimo,
|Princess Louisa Bay, GORGEOUS|
|The Lone Star Maid II moored|
behind Ron and I :)
|Arrow points to where we're docked at the Wharf|
Street Marina in Victoria from the Otter plane!
|Ready to board this 'Otter' 1st time to|
fly in a small plane! Vancouver Island tour!
I pray you all are given the opportunity to go and see and do things you never imagined. And I covet your prayers that I will be obedient and slow down and get more rest! Oh! And I did get thirteen chapters written of Covering Love, book eight in my historical Texas Romance series written on the boat! ;)
I want to testify that God is good ALL the time!
So what have you been doing so far this summer?
Bio: Caryl McAdoo loves God and currently writes four Christian series: the historical ‘Texas Romance’ family saga; a contemporary ‘Red River Romance’; The Generations, her Biblical fiction, and the newest Days of Dread Trilogy for mid-grade readers. A.K.A. the “Singing Pray-er” loves praising with new songs the Lord gives her and prays her story gives God glory! In 2008, she and high school sweetheart-husband Ron moved from DFW to the woods of Red River County. Caryl counts four children and sixteen grandsugars life’s biggest blessings, believing all good things come from the Lord. Besides glorifying Him, she hopes each title also ministers His love, mercy, and grace to its readers. The McAdoos live in Clarksville, the county seat, in the far northeast corner of the Lone Star State with two grandsons.
Marcus Ford blames God and struggles for peace after losing his wife and baby. Not once has he considered another woman could be the answer, but the widow is like none other he’s ever met. He falls hard, but plans are taking him east. Hope dashed sends two hearts into the pit. If only Ford could forgive God or the widow ease up on her adamant resolve.
Will God’s mercy shine a beacon in the fog of despair and prove sufficient to heal their souls?