Ronie Abingdon Press, Barbara Scott, Dead Reckoning 27 Comments

Yea!! I’m so thrilled to share with everyone the cover for my spy thriller Dead Reckoning to be released March 2010 from Abingdon Press. I’m so pleased with how the design team captured the heart of my story and translated that into the cover, but of course, they couldn’t have done that without the lead of the fabulous Barbara Scott, acquiring editor for Abingdon Press. (THANK YOU, BARBARA!!! YOU’RE AWESOME!!) When Shiloh Blake’s first large-scale underwater archeological dig traps herin the middle of an international nuclear arms clash, she is forced to flee for her lifeinto the streets of Mumbai, India. Is the man trailing her an enemy,or is he sent by her CIA father to protect her? Whoever he …

Dead Reckoning Trailer & Stuff

Ronie Dead Reckoning, Spy thriller 2 Comments

Howdy, y’all! Wow, it’s been a while. Oopsie. Sorry for the delay, but I am the coordinator for the American Christian Fiction Writer’s Book of the Year contest. The deadline just came/went, so that completely devoured the last couple/few weeks of my life. Whew! But the books are out to the judges, and I’m getting my life back slowly. Soooo…a few months back, I tried creating a trailer for my new spy thriller, Dead Reckoning. The only thing I got out of the thing was a lot of frustration. Once Book of the Year was done (as far as sending out books), I tackled it again. Tell me what you think: View Photo Slideshow Make a Free Flash Slideshow

Another Meme…and Writing

Ronie conclusophobia, Dead Reckoning, meme, Spy thriller, Steve Laube 2 Comments

This is so cool! Camy Tang gave me this award. She’s so sweet! It is presented “to awesome BLOG owners who keep their readers excited about their posts. Their blog posts are interesting (NOT spammy) and worth reading and keep their subscribers looking forward to each and every post.” Camy said that she awarded my blog because: “she is always so transparent on her blog posts.” THANKS, CAMY! I try to be transparent. it’s all part of that whole “more of God, less of me” thing I’m doing here. 😀 I’m awarding (and I’m trying to be diverse this time LOL): Lisa Harris – I love reading her posts about missionary life in South Africa. Although, right now, she and …