Standing in Defiance of Censorship
Well, let’s just get to it, shall we? Big social media and big tech think that it is completely appropriate to censor the president because they don’t like his opinions, and they are muzzling speech that in anyway goes against the CV-19 Fear narrative.
The handwriting is on the wall. Has been for sometime.
I’ve pondered and prayed about what’s coming and here is my conclusion:
I will not stop standing up for what I believe in. I will not stop speaking my mind. I will not stop writing fiction that includes the Gospel.
So, to that end, I have a new release out. I hope you’ll read it. I very much hope you’ll tell a friend about it. And, also, I have a new website that allows chatting and zooming and such. We’re still getting it set up, but one day I hope to be free of the social media shackles and just talk to you guys directly.
The new book is called Carolina Homecoming. You can check it out here. It’s on sale! Only .99 for a limited time. Hurry and get your copy before the price goes up. The paperback should be out in a week or so!
Here is the blurb. The story is a Western-themed retelling of the Book of Ruth!
Even in the shadows of the Blue Ridge, war will find them.
Widowed by the Civil War, Ruth Grant insists on accompanying her grieving mother-in-law Noemie back to her roots in the beautiful but isolated foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This escape to a place barely touched by war will prove to be anything but peaceful for the two strong-willed women.
Montgomery Boaze is the wealthiest farmer in the upstate. He also happens to be a handsome widower. When distant relative Noemie returns home and butts heads with a mutual enemy, Montgomery appoints himself her and Ruth’s protector. Not such a difficult task since he adores his kin…and finds the beautiful, young widow bewitching.
Together, the three will become entangled in a battle over land, loyalty, and love that has nothing to do with North versus South.
And I hope you’ll check out the new website, https://www.authorheatherblanton.com/
Till next time, y’all, stand strong! God bless!