Caryl, praying her story gives God glory, loves writing for Christian genres--historical and contemporary romance, Biblical fiction, and mid-grade especially. In 2014, Simon and Schuster debuted VOW UNBROKEN, a historical Christian romance set in 1832 Texas, and Caryl followed with three additional novels. In April, LADY LUCK'S A LOSER (contemporary, mature, inspirational romance); September's debut, HEARTS STOLEN (set in 1839-1844), book two of her historical Christian Texas Romances--a #1 Amazon Best-seller; and in November, A LITTLE LOWER THAN THE ANGELS, volume one of her new Biblical fiction series, The Generations--also an Amazon #1 Best-seller.
In an exciting 2015--with God's help--she's planned eleven new releases! Three for her historical Texas Romances, three for The Generations Biblical fiction series, three for the contemporary Red River Romances Romances, a non-fiction book on writing, and book one of a new mid-grade series The King's Highway Trilogy.
January 9, HOPE REBORN (1850-1851) debuted, book three of Texas Romances--a #1 Amazon Best-seller.
February 10, THE PREACHER'S FAITH, the first contemporary Red River Romance launched; March 6th saw the release of THEN THE DELUGE COMES, volume 2 of The Generations.
April 17th, SING A NEW SONG, another contemporary Red River Romance launched.
May 3rd, Book 4 SINS OF THE MOTHERS of her Texas Romances debuted.
June brought a handbook for writers, STORY & STYLE, The Craft of Writing Creative Fiction.
July's debut: ONE AND DONE, the third Red River Romance, for Baseball's All Star Break.
August 8th, a third Biblical fiction, REPLENISH THE EARTH in The Generations series
September 1st brought DAUGHTERS OF THE HEART, Book 5 of the historical Texas Romances
October begins the start of a new series with the mid-grade STARFISH PRIME, book one of the King's Highway series.
November's launch is volume four CHILDREN OF EDEN of The Generations series.
For every good blessing - including ten children (four by birth, six by marriage) and sixteen grandsugars - she gives God the glory. Caryl lives a country-life with Ron, her high school sweetheart husband of forty-seven years and two grandsons, in the woods a few miles south of Clarksville, Red River County seat, located in far Northeast Texas with two grandsons Christian (16) and Benjamen (13).