An Invitation


Fragrance of flowers

draws me into the garden

an invitation




You’re invited to read the inside scoop of my writing life on a blog interview at author Patricia Bradley’s site.

I’ve recently read one of her inspirational romantic suspense novels.

You can read my review below on my Goodreads link.

I hope my future books are as engaging as her novel was for me.

Here’s the link to today’s blog interview:


 Fragrant Blessings ~ Wendy



26 thoughts on “An Invitation

  1. Funny how after reading your blog for some time now I can recognize your personality in the way you respond to Pat Bradley’s questions. This was a really nice interview that provided an even deeper look into one of my favorite writers. I eagerly await the release of your first published book.

    1. Gene, thank you for your encouraging words. My sense of humor is definitely included in my novel writing voice. I read your memoir because I liked what I saw of your voice on your blog, and as you know, I was not disappointed. 🙂

  2. Wonderful interview Wendy! It’s so awesome that your husband supports you. I look forward to receiving a signed copy of your book!! I’m sure the Lord will guide you to the right and perfect publisher.

    1. Thank you, dear Rhonda. My husband was the voice that insisted I get writing. I’d heard the still small Voice prior to his, but I needed the extra prodding to take the plunge into writing a full-length novel. Now I’m hooked.

    1. Thank you for reading the interview, dear Theresa. It was both a humbling and honoring experience to be on her blog. Today’s writers cannot hide away in their writing den if they want to be used by God. Thankfully He provides the courage to step outside our comfort zone, and then we get to meet the most amazing and supportive people—like you. 🙂

  3. Lovely to read your interview and your book reviews, and to learn a little more about you. I hope you were celebrating Agatha Christie’s 125th birthday on 15 September. 😉 There is so much happening to commemorate her 125th birthday. If you check out the BBC Culture section you will find a short story written especially for the BBC by Kate Mosse called Eleven Days: When Agatha went missing. 🙂

    1. Thank you for the wonderful link and for reading my interview. Yes, by Providence, I did celebrate in my own poetical way the 125th birthday of Agatha Christie’s. I noticed it was her special day while I was on Twitter. So of course I had to add my contribution to #AgathaChristie via 5 lines.

      Cleverly she devised
      mystery plots
      that puzzled
      and stumped
      even the most wise.

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