Gail Sattler lives in Vancouver BC Canada, where you don’t have to shovel rain. When she’s not madly writing (Gail Sattler has over 40 published novels and novellas, plus a few works of non-fiction) she plays bass for an Elton John tribute band as well as a community jazz band, plus she plays piano for a smaller private jazz band. When she’s not writing or making music (or at her day job) Gail likes to sit back and read a book written by someone else, along with a good cup of hot coffee.
Visit Gail Sattler’s website at www.gailsattler.com
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Gail’s newest books:
The Other Neighbor –
Cheryl Richardson doesn’t know that her landlord who owns the other half of the duplex where she lives is plotting to build a bomb—but the FBI does. In order to discover what her landlord is planning to blow up, agent Steve Gableman moves next door to get closer to Cheryl to learn what she knows, namely the target and motive, so they can stop it. But when Steve involves himself in every area of her life, including her dog, will Cheryl be the one to explode?
Mercury Rising –
Michael wants to save his daughter, but first he’s got to save the world.
Michael and Charlotte meet when Michael is trying to find Ashley, his missing daughter who has fallen into drug abuse, and Charlotte is searching for her son Jon, a brilliant and aspiring young scientist who has also gone missing.
Ashley and Jon should have nothing in common, but after the murder of Jon’s favorite professor, they become ensnared in a tangled web that becomes worse with every new discovery.
When Michael and Charlotte join together to figure what their children have become involved with, they, too, are sucked into a sinkhole for which there are no answers, only more questions.
When all seems lost, will they all recognize the source of strength offered to them, and… will they take it?
Christmas is behind us, Easter is a long way away, and here we are, stuck in the time between, the cold and dreary part of winter, fighting the cold, and many of us are battling snow and ice.
It may be rotten outside, but this is the downtime for the cycle of life. Nothing is growing, but it will. God promises us that.
Being buried in the cold, being dormant or hibernating, is a period of rest and preparation for the growth spurt in the spring. As people, I believe that applies just as much to us. This is a time where routine and responsibilities carry on. This is also a real good time to slow down, and talk to God. Not just asking God to help and heal, but mostly to appreciate the cycle of our own lives, and how we are working in with the rest of the world.
When it’s cold and it’s just a good time to stay inside, it’s a great time to be still and appreciate the beauty of nature in the winter. The snow, when it first comes down, is white and clean and perfect. I’m always amazed at how many snowflakes there must be, and they’re all created by God to be different. Billions of them. Just like the billions of people in the world, God has created them all different, and I’m just one.
Be still, and know that I am God. Ps. 46:10
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