Monday, 27 October 2014

5 Things You Didn't Know About Author, Victoria Pitts Caine

1.       I’m related to the Queen of England accepted on proof pending status.
2.       My husband I were married twice – six weeks apart and for twenty-seven years I wore a double set of weddings rings then traded up to one set which I designed.
3.       I love to bake and make 50 to 60 dozen cookies every year at Christmas.
4.       I have a passion for genealogy (see #1)
5.       I collect exotic gemstones and taught myself the ancient art of wire wrapped jewelry.
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Victoria Pitts Caine, Author
Author, Victoria Pitts-Caine


Victoria Pitts Caine is a native Californian and lives in the bountiful San Joaquin Valley. Her varied interests include genealogy and exotic gemstone collecting both of which she’s incorporated into her novels. While her genre is inspirational, she likes to refer to herself as a Christian Romance Adventure Novelist.
The author has received recognition in both fiction and nonfiction from: Enduring Romance top 10 picks for 2008, William Saroyan Writing Conference, Byline Magazine, Writer’s Journal Magazine and The Southern California Genealogical Society. Her first novel, Alvarado Gold, was published in 2007.
Victoria is a former staff technician for the environmental sector working in air pollution control. She is the mother of two daughters. Victoria and her husband enjoy travel, church service and emergency radio communications.


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LIKE A LILY is now available as an audiobook
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Like a Lily

LIKE A LILY...
She decided long ago to be called Susan, not exactly the name her parents had given her, but the one she'd chosen...
When she first opens her dream shop, Susie's Flowers, on a cold February morning, a new chapter in her life begins. She doesn't anticipate it will include meeting the most eligible bachelor in tiny Winton Springs.
Then Ben Turner, the new minister at North Point, walks into Susan's shop to order flowers for the Easter service, and decides to ask her for help. He needs to find an apartment and a volunteer for the missions committee.
She assumes he wants friendship. He'll take that, for now, but when he discovers her real name, things change...
Will their friendship be enough for her, too, or will she break her vow not give her heart away a second time?



10 comments:

  1. I'd like to hear more about the two weddings six weeks apart. I love the research that goes into Vicki's books and her locations.

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  2. Sharon - My in-laws didn't care for me - and still don't so we eloped. It was back in the day when you had to be 21 and my we weren't. We went to Mexico and remarried in California six weeks later. We celebrate both anniversaries and have for the last 45 years!

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  3. Victoria is one interesting woman! I see the threads of some of her wonderful books reflected in her personal adventures.

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  4. What cool "5 things." Leads me to believe there are many, many more where those came from ;)

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  5. How wonderful to have two anniversaries to celebrate! I love gemstones too and have incorporated them into my YA novels

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  6. Vicki, you have an interesting background and could entertain us at dinner parties. Oh, and you do that also in your books! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. I knew everything except the two weddings! I admire you very much cuz, you are one of the most industrious ladies I know! Keep up all the wonderful assorted aspects of your busy life~~~

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  8. Can I get on your Christmas cookie list! LOL
    You sound like a busy, busy lady. And then there's that writing thing you do so well. :)

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