Milk Money

April 18, 2008 Posted by Cecelia Dowdy

I received the edits needed from the content reviewer yesterday for my novel, Milk Money, so I have another deadline looming on the horizon: May 19, 2008.

Here is the tentative back cover copy for the novel. The tentative release date is January 2009…


Running a dairy farm is a big job, but doing it alone is almost impossible.

When her dad dies, Emily must work hard to save the family farm, but she manages. Until the day the CPA pulls in her drive and announces he’s there to do an audit on the place.

Franklin Reese is appalled at the lack of interest the Cooper women have in the financial end of their livelihood, but he dives in, determined to help them learn. The further he looks into Mr. Cooper’s dealings, however, the more uncomfortable he becomes.

Can he uncover the truth of the situation and still earn the love of the amazing Emily Cooper? Will issues in Franklin’s own life keep them apart, even after the farm is taken care of? Only God can heal hurting hearts and repair broken lives. Will these two let Him in?

Currently, I’m in the Windy City (Chicago)! Later, I’m gonna blog about a great place that serves AWESOME caramel popcorn here. I also have three novels that I finished recently and I’ll review the following titles within the next week or so:

Better Than Gold by Laurie Alice Eakes (A recent Heartsong Presents title)
Treasures of the North (Yukon Quest #1) by Tracie Peterson
What’s Cooking by Gail Sattler (An old Heartsong Presents title)

I also need to post the rest of the winners of my shopping blog book giveaway! I’d meant to choose winners for my novel, John’s Quest, yesterday, but I was too busy spending time with old friends and family members. I will be choosing the five winners for that soon. We’re preparing for my younger sister’s nuptials which take place today! I’m sure it will be a beautiful, joyous occasion!

~Cecelia Dowdy~

2 Responses to Milk Money

  1. Dee S. says:

    I can’t wait, Ceceila! Sounds wonderful. Please stop by Christian Fiction Blog for a one question interview when your book drops. Oh, I’m excited.

  2. Susan Stitch says:

    My goodness, you are busy! Congratulations…and I can’t wait to hear about the caramel corn place!

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