Annette M. Irby - Romance Author and Friend Romance - Part 2

I met Annette through the American Christian Fiction Writer’s organization a little over a year ago. After discovering that we only lived five minutes apart, we fast became good friends.

Annette has been a wonderful blessing in my life. Not only is she a cheerleader when it comes to my own writing, she inspires me to grow in my relationship with the Lord. She’s a wife, mother of three, and besides writing novels, articles, and devotions, Annette also has a gift for writing music.

As an author, she has a heart for writing Christian romance. While her stories contain a strong, spiritual thread, they are by no means sappy. Her characters are real people with faults who struggle with daily issues, just like you and me.

Most novels placed in the romance genre center around unmarried couples. By the end of the book the couple confesses their undying love, and then what? In our minds do they continue to live happily ever after, high on love? Or as in reality, do they fall prey to neglecting romance in their married life as they get bogged down with the daily grind of paying bills and changing diapers?

I appreciate Annette’s passion for writing stories that include and encourage romance within marriage. She has the ability to create scenes in her stories that include a delicate balance of sensuality within that relationship without making the reader feel uncomfortable. That’s unusual in fiction today, especially fiction with a Christian element.

If you read Annette’s recently published e-book, “Love Letters,” you’ll get a small taste of what I’m referring to.
“Love Letters,” a novella, is published by The Wild Rose Press, and can be downloaded for a small fee at this link:

If you want to learn more about Annette and what she writes, click on this link: or on the link, Annette M. Irby, Romance on the side bar of this blog.

Take care,

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