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From this award-winning author…Riveting Romance that will make you laugh, cry and challenge your thinking. Enjoy the emotional ride with a theme bigger than happily-ever-after (though HEA is written into every ending.) Join in the dance of trouble and tension, love and laughter. Blossom’s writing will both delight and disrupt your status quo of a satisfying romance novel. Expect to be entertained and enriched but also inspired to be all that YOU were meant to be.

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Grief...How Does One Walk This Necessary Journey of Life?

There are no words to encapsulate the pain of watching someone you love dearly fade before your eyes. Like a flower in the field so beautiful one mome...

Currently working on: Two Kingdoms, One King

Wrap up Frank Peretti, Ted Dekker, and C.S. Lewis’ work on the supernatural with a romantic twist and you will have the latest book Blossom is working on. To those who love her historical romance…do not fear she will return to that beloved genre. For now, God has placed upon her heart a story to remind the world that we wrestle not against flesh and blood (each other) but against principalities of darkness in the heavenlies. Each choice matters for good or for evil. Each life has divine purpose. And every person is given a choice!
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Beginning the macro edit...that's where my editor tears my story apart and makes me put it back together...even better.

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Meet Blossom

Blossom Turner is a free-lance writer published in Chicken Soup and Kernels of Hope anthologies, former newspaper columnist on health and fitness, and a published novelist. She is a Word Guild semi-finalist for Anna's Secret, Katherine's Arrangement, Amelia's Heartsong and winner of the Word Guild Best Romance award for Lucinda's Defender. This year she has just completed the Shenandoah Brides Series of five sisters and their five love stories.  But writing was a gift given later in life. Here is a snippet from her story...

At forty plus I found what I was destined to be when I grew up...a writer. When an unforeseen illness hit and physically stopped me in my tracks, I had the gift of time. Out of sheer boredom, I decided to write one of the many stories that danced in my head. I was astonished at the depth, emotion and fulfillment I found in writing fiction.  My imagination took flight and there has been no turning back. Words haunt the portals of my mind, ever-beckoning. They ferment and brew, then spill upon the pages with the tap, tap, tap of my keyboard. I bring to you a piece of myself in each book of fiction, non-fiction, each blog, each devotional. My prayer is that you will find a resounding message of love and hope…where the hurt and the Healer (Jesus Christ) collide.