(1) What is your favorite book? [Bible excluded]
Delia: Well, at the risk of being pelted with rotten tomatoes, I have to admit my favorite book is not an inspirational…although it is an epic tale of good vs. evil. That book is Stephen King’s The Stand.
Jennifer: We throw no tomatoes here :)
(2) If you could walk into any book, what literary character would you want to be?
Delia: On a serious note, I’d go with Jane Eyre. On the lighter side, wouldn’t it be fun to romp with the forest creatures and be cherished and protected by those adorable dwarves as Snow White? :)
(3) If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
Delia: That would be a toss-up between Ireland and New Zealand. Depends on which place I win an all-expenses-paid vacation to first… lol
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Church secretary and praise team leader, Aria Robbins isn’t happy when she has to work with the new youth minister. She also has to grin and bear it when he moves into the cottage next to hers at Heart’s Haven…but she doesn’t have to like him. Truth is, she’d be much happier if Corbin Bishop would take his charm and his big, fancy ideas right back to Austin where he belongs.
When a spiritual attack on Angel Falls lands Aria and Corbin on the battlefront as part of a team of prayer Warriors in God’s Service (WINGS), they must fight for their town, their church, and their pastor, and Aria sees Corbin in a whole new light.
But emotional scars from an unspeakable childhood have distorted Corbin’s acceptance of certain Scriptural truths, and Aria won’t trust her heart in the hands of a man whose faith is unsure. Aria wraps her prayer wings around him tightly. Will Corbin finally trust God to heal his soul?
Delia Latham is a born-and-bred California gal, currently living in the beautiful mountain town of Tehachapi with her husband Johnny and a Pomeranian she calls Boo. She’s a Christian wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend—but above all, she treasures her role as child of the King and heir to the throne of God. She’s got a “thing” for Dr. Pepper and absolutely loves hearing from her readers. You can contact Delia at an of the following locations: