This week, I’d like to introduce you to our newest blogger at Inspy Romance! Jolene Navarro is the author of several Tesxas-set novels for Love Inspired including Lone Star Holiday, Lone Star Hero, A Texas Christmas Wish, and The Soldier’s Surprise Family. Jolene lives in the Texas Hill Country with her husband and four almost grown children, where she teaches art to energetic middle-schoolers. Watch for Jolene’s first post on Tuesday. You can find out more at Jolene’s website.
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On Monday Jill Weatherholt
On Tuesday Heidi McCahan
On Wednesday Heather Gray
On Thursday Merrillee Whren
On Friday Sally Bradley
On Saturday Debra Lynn Collins
On Monday Roxanne Rustand
On Tuesday Jolene Navarro
On Wednesday JoAnn Durgin
On Thursday Autumn Macarthur
On Friday Staci Stallings
On Saturday Ginger Solomon
A Christmas Homecoming (Sunriver Dreams 2) by Kimberly Rose Johnson
More Than a Tiara (Christmas in Montana 1) by Valerie Comer
Seaside Christmas (A Sydney Sweethearts Novella) by Narelle Atkins
By Grace Draw Near (Wondrous Love 3) by JoAnn Durgin
The Cowboy’s Christmas Baby (Big Sky Cowboys) by Carolyne Aarsen
Blown Together (Southern Hearts 4) by Janet W Ferguson
A Love to Call Mine (Front Porch Promises 2) by Merrillee Whren
Calm & Bright (Huckleberry Lake 1) by Autumn Macarthur
The Wedding Bond (A Sacred Bond Standalone) by Lee Tobin McClain
A complete list of Inspy Romance books by our authors is always available on our BOOKS tab!
Hi, is the fruit in the photo from your garden? It has been COLD, wet and windy here- it did not get above 13 degrees today! Looking forward to ‘meeting’ Jolene, will have to look for her books. Have a great day.
Hello! I was wishing for a little cold weather – but I think I might stay with the 80’s we’ve had here in Texas – Under 13 degrees!!!! Brrrr. Not sure this Texas girl has any clothes for that type of weather! Stay warm.
Hi Valerie! Thanks for hosting the Sunday Edition. Your photos are vibrant and stunning. The plums remind me of the scrumptious coffee cake my German mother used to bake. She always said that American plums were not quite the same as those she had as a child in East Prussia. They also remind me of Ume, the Japanese plum from the coastal Wayakama prefecture. The fuchsia dahlias remind me of my mother’s autumn flower garden. Thank you for sharing God’s wonderful creation. In the Midwest we finally are experiencing fall like weather, but year with lots of rain. The trees are changing colors with more yellows and burnt orange, probably due to the wetter and warmer conditions. Blessings!
The photos as always are lovely. Are they from your farm? The squirrels ate all my pears this year. It is the only thing i usually grow successfully. We have a townhouse with a very small yard. God bless!
Andrea Cox says
Welcome to Inspy, Jolene!
Thank you! I’m very excited.
Debra Lynn Collins says
Welcome to Inspy, Jolene!
Thank you! :)
I recognize Jolene’s name from following her on Facebook and I have a few of her Love Inspired books on my shelf. :-) Very excited to have her as a part of Inspy Romance! Can’t wait to get to know her more.
I agree with Wemble, that fruit in the basket looks divine! Wished you could share through the computer monitor…lol!
Happy SONday Inspy romance, here’s to another blessed week :-)
Hi Trixi, I know your name! :) I agree with you about the fruit. Now I’m hungry.
Beth Erin says
Hi Jolene! Nice to meet you!