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shadowinthedarkA Shadow in the Dark.  New to living in the country, Kirsten sets out to meet a neighbor girl but is told by an old woman at the house that she lives there alone. Kirsten befriends another neighbor’s granddaughter, and soon, the two overhear the old woman scolding someone in the house. They see a shadowy figure at the front windows. And dresses they discover hanging on the clothesline are too small to be the old woman’s.  Is someone being held captive? Who is the girl at the windows? And why doesn’t she come out? (Paperback, $9.99. Available at http://rfwp.com/series96.htm#900.)


 livingitupLiving It Up to Live It Down. As a new believer, Kirsten Hart is looking for a Christian friend she can lean on and learn from. What better friend than ninth-grader Sarah Miles, the pretty and popular daughter of a preacher? But Kirsten’s heard the old saying, “The preacher’s kids are always the worst,” and this school year, Sarah is living up to it. Why won’t she straighten up?  (Paperback, $9.99. Available at http://rfwp.com/series96.htm#900.)



 glass_inheritance1The Glass Inheritance. I’m never going to talk to him again!” Samantha vows after her brother, Michael, and his friend break the mysterious glass plate she inherited from her grandmother. As Samantha delves into the mystery surrounding the plate, she uncovers another, more troubling one—her grandmother’s hidden past. How could Grandmother have planned to marry a man in the German American Bund? Michael may be key to solving both mysteries, but can Samantha find it in her heart to forgive him? This book is “fiction for the classroom” and can be used alongside fifth-grade curriculum to educate children about World War II, the Depression Era, and the glassware made during that time. (Paperback, $9.99. Available at http://rfwp.com.)


scan0001The Time-for-bed Angel.  Andrew is a rambunctious little boy, too busy to go to bed. His guardian angel, Sam, is tuckered out from protecting him all day. Will Andrew ever snuggle in for the night… or will his guardian angel conk out first? This humorous bedtime story reassures even the most accident-prone children that love encircles them always, even throughout the night. (Hardcover, $14.95. Available at Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/Time-Bed-Angel-Ronica-Stromberg/dp/0825478154/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1259682263&sr=8-1.



Always There, Revell.

A Cup of Comfort Women of the Bible Devotional, Adams Media.

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Christian Teen Talk: Christian Teens Share Their Stories of Support, Inspiration and Growing Up, Chicken Soup for the Soul.

The Mommy Diaries: Finding Yourself in the Daily Adventure, Baker/Revell.

Along the Way for Teens, Jordan House

A Cup of Comfort Book of Prayers, Adams Media

His Forever, Adams Media

Encounters With God 2, Standard Publishing

Young Believer Case Files, Tyndale House Publishers

Rest Stops for Busy Moms, B & H Publishing

Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul on Love and Friendship, I.A.M. 4 Teens

A Growing Heart:  Stories, Lessons and Exercises Inspired by Proverbs, Starburst Publishers

Heart-Stirring Stories of Romance, Broadman & Holman

God’s Abundance for Women, Starburst Publishers

Stories of God’s Abundance for a More Joyful Life, Starburst Publishers

Beanie Baby Stories, Starburst Publishers

Why Fret That God Stuff?  Starburst Publishers




1. Alan Stromberg - April 14, 2011

Dear Ronica, I must admit to buying your book The Glass Inheritance (on the UK site of ebay) simply because our surnames are the same. In England, Stromberg is a most unusual name and in buying a few individual presents for my son Olivers’ 11th birthday in March, it seemed a good addition. Oliver has just finised and really enjoyed it, reading the second half in one sitting. When I asked him what he thought of it, he made some interesting points : he said the children didn’t seem to have a father (I am a single-father – so Oliver only knows having me around!); he said it really made him think about talking to his grandparents – he is lucky still to have 4 to talk to; he thought it was a good, believable and accurate portrayal of brother / sister relations, and he enjoyed picking up hints about American family life. Thank you for giving him a great read in our Easter holidays,

Ronica Stromberg - April 14, 2011

Thanks for letting me know about your experience with The Glass Inheritance. I’m glad Oliver enjoyed it. Even though the main character in the book is a girl, boys who read the book seem enthusiastic about it. I had one sixth grader talk it up to his teacher so much she invited me to the school–out of curiosity, I think. Sometimes as an author you picture one audience, but your readers may turn out to be entirely different. How exciting to think that my book ended up in the hands of a boy in England! I do have an English publisher, Lion-Hudson, for my picture book, The Time-for-bed Angel, so I knew that had overseas sales, but my books for older children are published by a small American press, so it is a bit surprising you found it.

My last name, Stromberg, is actually Swedish, and it is quite common in Sweden. “Strom” means “stream” and “berg” means “mountain,” so it’s a geographical name. My ancestors must have lived by a mountain stream. Perhaps yours too. 🙂 Thanks for giving my book a chance based on our shared surname!

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