Hi Friends, No Ocean Too Wide, my latest English historical novel, released just a few weeks ago. Do you have your copy yet? If not, you can order it here.  I’m so pleased with all the great reviews coming in on Amazon and GoodReads! Thanks so much for posting your reviews.

I’ve seen some beautiful images of the book pop up all over social media, and I thought you might enjoy seeing some of the creative ways book reviewers are helping me spread the word on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. These images are works of art!

Please take a look and let me know in the comments which are favorites. 

#1. By Elisabeth at Lis Loves Reading. Look at those cute little suitcases!

#2. Lori Oschefski, the CEO of the British Home Children’s Advocacy and Research Association, created this image with the book on an actual home child’s trunk and included postcards of ships that brought the children.

#3. Anita Strawn de Ojeda created this heart-stirring collage.

#4. Elizabeth Fellows shared this image, including a photo of her grandmother who was a British Home Child.

#5. This beautiful image by Heather at books_onmymind includes her grandfather’s Bible. So lovely!

#6. Such a pretty image from Beauty in the Binding!

#7. I love the way Elisabeth from Lis Loves Reading swirled the blanket to simulate the ocean.

#8. Adding the heart necklace is such a nice way to highlight the emotion of the story, from Book Ink Reviews.

#9. Love the tea and teacup! The soft blue tones make this image from imagery.in.pages so special.

#10. Wow! Love the star shape Shawna from books2read.com/RemeonsDestiny created!

#11. All the different shades of blue make this such a pretty image by Emilie at CreateExploreRead!

#12. So colorful! Our final beautiful image from @adverturoursbookworm!

Have you ever created a special image to help promote a book? It takes some time and talent. Which of these images are your favorites?

Until Next Time, Happy Reading,


12 replies
  1. Suzanne Sellner
    Suzanne Sellner says:

    They are all clever and attractive. I can’t really select a favorite, but I think creating various scenes is a great idea for posting different views on social media to keep a book in the forefront of people’s minds.

    I loved reading the book and am eager for the follow-up to it.

  2. Karen Matlack
    Karen Matlack says:

    This book really touched me and has me very emotional for the welfare of the orphans and others. But your message of following the Bible gives hope to all readers! I don’t want the book to end, yet I want the happy ending of the family reunited!

  3. Connie Scruggs
    Connie Scruggs says:

    I really like #s 1, 2 and 11. I couldn’t pick just one! They are very beautiful.

  4. Alicia Haney
    Alicia Haney says:

    They are all beautiful, but my favorite one is #7, have a Great evening. God Bless you.

  5. Anne Payne
    Anne Payne says:

    These are all creative and lovely but my favorite is #9!!! The soft hues of the teacup and flowers and books is soooo beautiful!! I have made images for books but none as pretty as these.

  6. Carrie Turansky
    Carrie Turansky says:

    That’s fun to hear how different reading friends connected with different images! I love them all and couldn’t choose. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about the images and the story!

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