myra-johnson-page-dividerin real life and in the books I write, it seems life and love are always on a collision course. It hurts like crazy when life in the real world rains all over our romantic dreams. But I still believe in love, which is why you’ll find enduring messages of forgiveness and reconciliation in my stories.
Messages of hope.
Messages of faith.
Messages of God’s unconditional love . . .

From the Blogs

Grammar Queen has moved!

Good morning, class. Welcome to my new classroom location, right here on Myra’s blog! I hope you will visit often and work diligently to keep up with your studies! Our subject today concerns . . . yes, you are correct: grammar. An understanding of proper grammar is essential no matter your vocation, but especially so for writers, who certainly do not have to be told that GRAMMAR IS YOUR FRIEND. On... Read More »

Grammar Queen is moving!

For all Grammar Queen’s faithful students who have been attending her classes in Seekerville for the past few years, we have a very special announcement: Grammar Queen is moving to Myra’s blog! Yes, beginning shortly, GQ will share her wit and wisdom right here on this site. To go directly to class, just look for “Grammar Queen” in the drop-down menu above under “blog... Read More »

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In the News

Castles in the Clouds is a 2017 National Excellence in Romance Fiction Awards winner, Selah Awards finalist,  Maggie Award of Excellence finalist, and Honorable Mention in the Catholic Press Association Book Awards!


Every Tear a Memory
October 2014 from Abingdon Press
4 1/2-star review in RT Reviews!
When the Clouds Roll By is a 2014 GRW Maggie Awards finalist. The novel also won the historical fiction category in 2014 Christian Retailing’s Best Awards!