Book Spotlight: His Last Resort by M.A. Malcolm

Happy Wednesday, Reader Friends!!

Thanks for stopping by to check out the latest Book Spotlight: His Last Resort by M.A. Malcolm. It’s the first book in the His Last Hope series and FREE on eBooks.

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About the Book

17475349_1390222064349363_1203402309_oDriven and focused, business owner and future pastor Robert Marsden knows exactly what he wants… and what he doesn’t. The Do Not Disturb sign he’s placed on his heart is his way of discouraging the ‘wanna-be first ladies’ who’ve set their sights on him. The way he sees it, Claire Foxwood and women like her are more focused on impressing others than on their eternal souls. As a man of God, it’s his duty to set them straight, right?

Claire can’t help her attraction to Robert, but his decision to make a public spectacle of her hurts to the core. Part of her wants to give him a piece of her mind, but the rest of her remains infatuated with the man who’s too attractive for his – and her – own good. If only she didn’t feel like he has a role to play in her destiny!

Can “Aunt Ruby” Crawford’s words of godly wisdom peppered with humor help the misguided pair look deep within themselves and discover God’s plan for their lives?

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About the Author

M. A. Malcolm, a native of Jamaica, is a wife, mother, stepmother, daughter, sister and aunt. She is a freelance copy editor, administrative service provider and self-publishing consultant who also works part-time as an educator. With a passion for enhancing the work of Christian writers, she is certified in copyediting and is the founder of Nitpicking with a Purpose (NitpickingwithaPurpose.com). Over the years, she has worked with a host of local and international authors and authors-to-be.
When she published her first book, His Last Hope: A Contemporary Christian Romance in July of 2015, she fully expected it to be ‘one and done.’ She had no intention of writing another book of any kind; however, readers have demanded more, and the Lord has made it possible for her to comply. Not only has He allowed her more time to write; He has also given her more messages to share.

Her second publication was a children’s book entitled So very… Max! She wrote it in response to her young son’s repeated requests for her to write him a book. Set on a horse farm, So very… Max! is a modern-day response to Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling. Through her words, Mrs. Malcolm hopes to build children’s self-esteem and help them to understand that the things that make us different also make us special.

Her second novel and third book, His Last Resort, is the long-awaited and oft-requested prequel to His Last Hope. With its publication, her relatively recent vision of turning His Last Hope into a series has come true. She is currently working on two more manuscripts in the series, and has plans for a third.

Mrs. Malcolm studied Spanish Education and Spanish Literature at the University of the West Indies (Mona) in Kingston, Jamaica. A qualified teacher, she has taught Spanish, Caribbean Studies and Communication at the college level since 2002. She currently serves as an adjunct professor at two local colleges. She also works online providing freelance administrative services.

She has been a part of Faith in Christ Ministries in Westmoreland, Jamaica, for more than ten years. She divides her time among her family; work and writing projects; dogs; to-be-read list, and catching up on much-needed sleep.

She loves hearing from readers, and can be reached via her website authormamalcolm.com. You may also sign up there for her mailing list if you’d like to receive occasional emails and special offers, including free gifts. Book clubs may invite her to appear in person or via the Internet for live discussions surrounding her books.

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