The saddest thing that befalls a soul Is when it loses faith in God and woman. Alexander Smith

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Sharon K. Connell
Sharon K. Connell
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 3
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 25 July
  • Member Since: Aug 2018
  • Profile Views: 3,990
  • Followers: 1
  • Writing:

    Romantic Suspense
BIOGRAPHY

Writing Christian Romance Suspense with a bit of mystery and as much humor as I can get in, my writing career started in 2005 and is now full-time.

My stories are about realistic people who have problems, fears, and hangups like the rest of us. They must deal with those drawbacks while also dealing with people who impose their own wishes and desires on them. And to the point of danger.

As I have experienced myself, my characters find it difficult sometimes to trust in God when going through trials, and yet they know they must for the resolution. I love to show how God's grace and mercy are there when you need it the most.

  • Sharon K. Connell

Book Views: 3154

A Very Present Help

Publish Date: Nov 04, 2017

Genre: Romantic Suspense

avg rating4.9 - 8 reviews on Amazon

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A Very Present Help

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Publication Date: Nov 04, 2017

Romantic Suspense

4.9 (8 ratings)

Paths of Righteousness

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Publication Date: Nov 08, 2018

Romantic Suspense

5 (3 ratings)

His Perfect Love

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Publication Date: Dec 06, 2016

Romantic Suspense

4.9 (18 ratings)

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    • allauthor 8 daysAllauthor
    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • sharonkconnell 8 days AuthorAuthor
      • All the time. I like to use the experiences I've had (in some cases - not everything I write about is from first hand, especially most of the dangerously bad scene my heroines encounter) in traveling around this country and visiting places.
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      • sharonkconnell 8 days AuthorAuthor
      • I believe that a book cover should be about something that's in the story. I try to depict a scene from the book. And I strongly believe that your book should stand out from others in your genre, not be the same old run-of-the-mill cover.
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    • allauthor 8 daysAllauthor
    • Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?
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      • sharonkconnell 8 days AuthorAuthor
      • On occasional I'll go through the reviews in order to pick some out for use in my advertising. I don't dwell on them though. I believe the reviews are more for the readers than for me. Although, if I find something that someone didn't care for in my story and made mention of it (hasn't happened so far), I would take that point seriously, not get made at the reviewer, as is the case with some authors. I determine if what was said is true. If so, I'd address it with my writing in the future. If not true, I'd dismiss it as the reader having a bad day.
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