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

Remembering Shadow

When I began my original draft of this blog post one week ago, I was happy and hopeful in the belief that Shadow’s health was stabilizing and that we’d have him with us awhile longer. But the very next day—Wednesday, January 10—he took a sudden and dramatic turn for the worse, and within hours we made the painful decision to end his suffering. The changes began a few days before Christmas. Somethi... Read More »

GQ Wishes You a Happy and Grammatically Correct New Year!

Good morning, students, and may I wish each of you a happy, productive, and grammatically correct New Year! Yes, there is nothing like the start of a new year for resolving never again to commit grammatical faux pas. And the best way to avoid such embarrassment is to learn and remember the rules. That is why Grammar Queen has consented to grace you once again with the benefit of her bounteous wisd... Read More »


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!