This was a true leap of faith for me. Non-fiction was easy - fiction, not so much, but once I got the story idea in mind, and simply prayed about it, it flowed, but it was much more of an effort than my first two books.
Update: John sent his book blurb - I will likely do a condensed version due to spacing but this just made my whole evening. I absolutely love his series of Western novels (being a Montana Rancher he knows what he is talking about) and am in awe of all the literary recognition he has received for his many books including winning the 2015 Will Rogers Medallion Award for Western Fiction.
"I first became aware of L.B. Johnson when her blog was recommended to me by a friend. I was astonished by her writing, photography, mystery, and force of personality. I was not surprised when her non-fiction work found success, but I was surprised when she decided to tackle fiction. Through Small Town Roads she’s carved out another niche with her distinctive grasp of what is true, vital, and pure. Small Town Roads is kind, gentle, poetic, but grippingly bittersweet in the meeting and meshing of the times and values of two distinctly different — but so much the same — women in a small American town. L.B. Johnson is a writer to watch for , but she is also someone to enjoy today."