Refuge Cover


If you’ve been peeking into the various pages on the navigation bar and examining the NEW HOME PAGE, you’ve probably gathered that thrilling times are rapidly approaching! Even more redesigning is underway. We’ll soon be filming the book trailer. The big clock is counting down the days, hours, minutes, and seconds. We’re gearing up for the launch of Refuge! 

Until publishing this book, I had no idea of the behind-the-scenes work involved in marketing a novel. I’ve launched my author and book profiles on Amazon, Goodreads, and Google+, connected to people via social media, and now I tweet and promote content that is true to my brand and adds value to my readers’ lives.

That is the goal of all my writing—to benefit, help, and encourage you, the reader.

I hope you’ll peek at some of my connections on the Home Page and “like” or join. Connections, reviews, and shared links have enormous word-of-mouth marketing power! Before the book even releases, these acts of support start the buzz.

I’d love for you to help me launch my story!

Refuge is pulled from the oldest known source of drama—the Bible. This novel is a tale of murder, revenge, and broken dreams—the story of Cain and Abel, Lilith and Satan, the provoker and source of all evil. Remorse, regret, and heartache propel the story, posing these questions: Can we ever find God if we kill someone we love and have to run? All of us face moments in our lives when we realize the damage our sins have done to ourselves and to others may not ever be repaired. Is God there?

Recently I offered small peeks into the story. Today I’m offering the biggest peek of all, the BIG peek. I’m sharing the first two entire chapters of my story. In this view into my manuscript, you’ll meet all the main characters. I hope you’re swept away. If you are, I invite you to add Refuge using the Goodreads button. Please share it out in cyber world.

Spread the word, and God bless! I’m very grateful for your support!

Click here to VIEW THE BIG PEEK:

Ligthelm photo

Bottom photo by Salomon Ligthelm. Shared by permission.