I hope you are all having a wonderful week. It’s back to school time for my family, so we all adjusting to new schedules and getting back in the swing of getting up super early. Which isn’t easy when you have a house full of night owls. 😉
I’m excited to have another author here for Wisdom Wednesday.
Name: Beth E. Westcott
Genre: Sweet Christian Romance
Publisher: Scrivenings Press
Latest Novel: Heart’s Desire
Don’t let unnecessary distractions rob you of your writing time.
Writing Tip for New Writers:
Learn to write well, ask questions, ask for help when you need it. Be willing to invest time, effort, and money as you would for establishing any career. Connect with others in the writing/publishing community through conferences and on-line groups and classes, or people in your community who are also interested in writing. Read books about writing craft and books in your genre. And remember that sometimes life interrupts our best-laid plans. If God is calling you to write, you are not alone in this.
When Aubrey White and Jeremy Abbot meet again at her brother’s wedding, neither of them is thinking about falling in love. Both focused on their education and careers, they are surprised by love, and they soon learn that falling in love doesn’t follow a straight path to happily ever after.
The stress caused by busy schedules, misunderstandings, a broken promise, a sister’s stubbornness, and a secret, threaten to uproot their plans for a future together.
Is God showing them that the desire of their hearts is not His plan for them?
A life-long lover of books and reading, Beth’s first Christian romance novel, Meadow Song, debuted in 2018, republished by Scrivenings Press in 2020.
Lillenas Drama accepted some of her church holiday manuscripts for publication in their Christmas, Easter, and Thanksgiving Program Builders. Several devotions appeared in Penned for the Heart and one in The Secret Place. Her short story “Sadie and the Princess” is included in Heart-warming Horse Stories on Amazon. Heart’s Desire, her second novel, was released by Scrivenings Press on July 27, 2021.
Beth grew up in rural, upstate New York, the youngest of seven. After graduating from Hartwick College, she married Frank and served with him in Child Evangelism Fellowship for five years and beside him in the pastoral ministry for 33 years. The mother of three and the grandmother of five, she enjoys music, sewing, and gardening, as well as reading and writing.
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Thank you so much for joining us today! Please take a moment to check out Beth’s new release, Heart’s Desire, and to follow her on social media.