Thursday, June 28, 2012

Welcome Jude Urbanski

Jude Urbanski writes women's fiction featuring strong inspirational romance elements. She invites you to stories of heroes and heroines who spin tragedy into triumph with help from God.

First published in nonfiction, Jude now has two electronic novels, The Chronicles of Chanute Crossing Series, offered by Desert Breeze Publishing. She is a columnist for Maximum Living, a magazine focusing on spirituality and wellness for women.
Jude has a Master’s Degree in Nursing. She is a member of national and area chapters of American Christian Fiction Writers and National League of American Pen Women.
 Jude and her husband live in Indiana.

Enjoy this Excerpt 
Chapter One

Chill, Willard, chill.
I have to act cool if I want to bump Seth Orbin out of this big sale and I do. Oh, yes I do.

He transferred the phone receiver to his other ear. This conversation was heating up.

''Well, you see, Hansford, in my opinion, the wood from Orbin Sawmills is inferior and will not meet your expectations, by any means. I don't sell wood, but in my career as a paper salesman, I've seen a lot of wood, if I do say so. I know you're used to the best wood available."

He paused and paced around his desk.

''Now, there is this mill in Burkesville I think you'd like and I know a man who can get you the very best deal there is. Want me to talk to him?"

Willard waited, wiped sweat from his brow, and ran his fingers around the neck of his collar.

''You do?" He hesitated just slightly. "Great." A silent sigh of relief shuddered through him, but he allowed a smile to crawl up his face. ''I'll get right on it and call you back."

Maybe a few more sweet deals like this will make ole' Seth hurt.
He laughed and began dialing.

Willard Wittenberg had a vendetta to settle with Seth Orbin. His fiancée Elizabeth Koger had a vendetta to settle with Kate, Seth's pregnant wife.

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jude urbanski said...

Tina, thanks for having me on your blog. I will say that by the book's end, both Willard and Elizabeth had won my affections. Indeed, redemption does shine brighter on a darker canvas.

Lynn said...

Great excerpt!

Crystal Laine said...

I'm so happy you've got another story! Looking forward to reading it soon!

Whoa! Is this a new photo, Jude? You're so cute!

Thanks, Tina, for hosting this. You have some great posts I'm browsing through because I wanted to see Jude's post. Looks great.

Tina Pinson said...

Thank you for stopping in Lynn.

Tina Pinson said...

Hello, Crystal. I'm glad to host Jude. Thank you so much for coming by.

Tina Pinson said...

Jude you are most welcome. Come visit again.