Friday, March 4, 2016

Gay N Lewis and the newest Love Angel book

Welcome back to Gay N Lewis, author of the Sarah books. I love Gay's take on sweet, romantic love and forgiveness and getting the right kick once in a while to remind us of our priorities. Quite often similar characters will appear in her stories, but they are all stand alone books and don't have to be read in any particular order.

Gay's newest addition to the Sarah series is Sarah and a Date for MacKenzie. In this book, Sarah must find a boyfriend for a high school student while at the same time finding a companion for the teen’s mother.

About the Book
Merciful heavens! Getting acquainted with adult teachers in a high school is one challenge, but hang with the kids too? Sarah, heaven’s little love angel—known for bungles, has dealt with children and enjoyed them, but teenagers? My stars! They are a different ballgame. She doesn’t understand their jargon, clothes or hairdos. And mood swings? Forget it. She knew nothing about them—nada —zippo. She’d seen and heard them from above—even wondered at times why they existed on the same planet as adults. They were unique and interesting, but to mingle with them? Not a chance would she choose to do so—well, not until her latest assignment. Why would the Superiors send a bumbling angel like her to help a shy teenager find a date for a high school prom? Poopty doopty! A nightmare is about to happen.

Inspirational romance novella
$2,99 eBook purchase on Kindle and other online outlets.

Brief Interview with the Author

Gay, what do you love about this book?
Thinking of young people and the future they have ahead of them. My characters became real and I found myself hoping they wouldn’t do anything to cause regrets.

Tell us two things you learned from researching or publishing this story.
Young people don’t say they are dating. They say, “we are talking.” I also discovered they are extremely creative when asking someone to go to prom. They devise all kinds of events to pop the question. I enjoyed meeting with them at school, emailing back and forth, and becoming friends on FaceBook. These kids are great fun and have a bright future ahead.

Introduce us to your least favorite character.
Pace. This guy was abused by a female babysitter when he was seven years old. He never told anyone about it and didn’t seek help. As a result, he turned himself into a James Dean rebel and becomes a bully and a threat to Mackenzie.

What are you reading?
I’m finishing a book by Ann B. Ross. Miss Julia’s Marvelous Makeover. The author writes a series about an older woman. Like my character, Sarah, Miss Julia gets into all kinds of mischief.  Ann B. Ross writes humor and throws in common sense and inspiration at the same time. Each book stands alone, but if you haven’t read Miss Julia, I suggest you start with Miss Julia Speaks Her Mind. It is hilarious.

They sound like great books. Thanks! What else is going on with your writing career, Gay?
I have another book just released.
Clue into Kindness was released February 12, 
(From Lisa: see the post, a story from Gay about meeting her husband, and my review here.)

Clue into Kindness
“Love is kind…” 1 Corinthians: 13:4

Georgia loves her husband, Alan. She shows him kindness with actions and words, but Alan responds in a heartless, selfish way. To receive respect and admiration from people, he believes he must have a perfect wife—so he criticizes Georgia at every opportunity—even tells her she’s fat! Alan’s best friend Ken and his wife Jana, reassure Georgia that she remains the gorgeous beauty queen she was during her college days. Who will Georgia believe—her friends or the mysterious, handsome stranger who comes into her life? Circumstances bring a change to Alan’s attitudes. But is it too late to save this marriage?

About the Author
A native Texan, Gay lives in a small town west of Houston. Gay has always been involved with creative and artistic ventures.  Two videos she produced—The Canadian Rockies, English and Japanese translations, and Psalms from the Mountains, were sold in Canada, America, as well as all international markets.

Gay’s real love is writing. As a pastor’s wife, she has written, produced, and photographed many programs. Her Faith Features have been published in various church periodicals.

Teaching an adult Bible study every Sunday morning is Gay’s joy, and she is often called upon for speaking engagements.  When needed, she plays the piano or organ and serves as worship leader in her husband’s church. 

Take a glance at the covers and read the blurbs on Prism Book Group.
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1 comment:

  1. Thanks Lisa for having me on your blog. You have a lovely blog and website.