You lose if you snooze

The Teacup Novellas

TeacupsAll five of Diane Moody’s novellas, gathered in one collection, are offered free right now – but this kind of deal, though often repeated, never lasts long.  If you wait, you’ll miss out and either have to watch for a second chance or pony up the $6.99 list price.  These are delightful stories, each one capable of standing alone, but connected by a common thread.  They are heart-warming Christian fiction, from a talented writer.

The Teacup Novellas

Description:  Lucy Alexander has a hopeless case of writer’s block. But all that changes when her handsome UPS guy delivers a box of vintage teacups from the estate of her namesake and beloved Aunt Lucille. Happy memories of tea parties they shared when Lucy was young flood her mind. And with them, the forgotten stories her aunt loved to tell over tea and Scottish shortbread. Colorful tales of fascinating characters woven together with the undeniable power of love. Some were true, most weren’t, but it was her aunt’s extraordinary gift of storytelling that first ignited Lucy’s passion to write. Though still grieving the recent loss of her aunt, Lucy unwraps the fragile cups and saucers, and with them, a flood of memories and story ideas.

The Collection includes:

Book One – Tea with Emma

Book Two – Strike the Match

Book Three – Home to Walnut Ridge

Book Four – At Legend’s End

Book Five – A Christmas Peril

About the author:  Born in Texas and raised in Oklahoma, Diane Hale Moody is a graduate of Oklahoma State University. She lives with her husband Ken in the rolling hills just outside of Nashville. They are the proud parents of two grown and extraordinary children, Hannah and Ben. To date, Diane has penned thirteen books with several more projects vying for her attention. She and her husband Ken, who writes as McMillian Moody, founded OBT Bookz in 2011. When she’s not reading or writing, Diane enjoys an eclectic taste in music and movies, great coffee, and the company of good friends.

Visit Diane’s website at and her blog, “just sayin’” at


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