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Return to Marble Cove with "Steps of Faith"

Some of you guys might know that I--in addition to several other authors--write for the Guideposts women’s fiction series, Miracles of Marble Cove.

My next novel in the series, Steps of Faith released recently and I did an interview on

I talk a bit about the series, the book, my personal bucket list and also some tips for writers. I hope you click on the link to read the interview!


  1. Hi, Camy! I have read and enjoyed the first 16 books of the Miracles of Marble Cove series on my ereader, but I'm having a difficult time finding "Steps of Faith" on the Guideposts website in hardback or digital form. Strangely, I'm able to find several used copies on, so it must be available somewhere. Can you help me? I'm desperate to find out what happens next! :D

    1. Hi Michelle,
      I'm afraid I don't have control over the digital copies of the Marble Cove series. I had thought it was available on ebook but it looks like it isn't. However, it could be that they're just slow in releasing it in ebook form. What I would suggest you do is email Guideposts to ask them about it. That way they'll know that readers are anxious to get the book in ebook form and they might also be able to look at their publishing schedule and let you know if the ebook version is coming out soon. Thanks for reading the series! I love writing for Guideposts!

  2. I've been searching for this book all over, and found it on a list at Guideposts, but not anywhere that will let me purchase it. I would like it in digital format, but would settle for a hard copy. Found some used on Amazon, so it must be available for purchase somewhere. Can you help me?


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