Mimi Foster's Thunder Struck

Can you feel the Thunder?

High praise for Mimi Foster’s Thunder Struck It warms an author’s heart when readers are moved and involved in a story into which a writer has invested time and emotion. This opinion of Thunder Struck warmed my heart and was so gratifying to me that someone else felt the intensity of the tale. Thank you, Amazon Reviewer, for your kind words. This is the most intensely romantic and supernatural story I have ever read. The author uses intrigue and written materials (a diary and letters from the 1800’s) and a wonderful old house of Jordan’s and Brandan’s ancestors to link…

Mimi Foster and Girls

MARMIE

MARMIE – A title just above Queen For as long as I can remember, my girls have called me Marmie. I’m pretty sure it started with Little Women, but it’s always been a name of affection among us. My husband and family are the center of my universe. They are the impetus for most of what I do. Not only do I adore them, but I love the way they love me. In clearing out a bookshelf recently, I came across a notebook one of my girls wrote almost twenty years ago. This was on one of the pages. I…

I now pronounce you husband and wife

I want to marry your Mother

My personal Superhero We had been neighbors and business partners for eight years. One unforgettable day a new spark ignited between us. Only problem was, my Superhero was a confirmed bachelor and wanted absolutely nothing to do with marriage. So after a decade of being best friends who had fallen in love, I opted to walk away from our relationship rather than live a life in limbo with a man who swore he would never be married. But shortly thereafter God entered his life and his outlook began to change. When 9/11 happened, he realized how short life can be…

Have you ever seen a ghost? Mimi Foster Books

Do you believe in Ghosts?

Do you think Ghosts are real? I was raised in a religious family where ghosts were an illusion that could never be real. But that didn’t prevent my mother from telling about several encounters she had throughout the years. The story I remember most was her trying to convince my father not to get mad at my sister in the middle of the night because my sister was frightened by the old man in her bedroom pushing a baby carriage. My mother explained to my dad that she had seen the elderly gentleman too. In relaying the story to a…

couple hugging and kissing on neck

Best One Star Review EVER

You get what you pay for When I published my first book, Thunder Snow, I wasn’t aware how truly cruel people could be who sat in anonymity behind the protection of a keyboard. My skin wasn’t very tough that first month or so, and I was surprised at the personal attacks people could make. Even though this is still one of my favorite books, I’ve come a long way since then (better writer, thicker skin). But I have to admit there was an early one-star review that made me smile. Knowing that people’s reading preferences are different, I have always…

Photo of Jared from In the Strike Zone

New Mimi Foster Book, In the Strike Zone, Coming Soon

IN THE STRIKE ZONE due Summer 2019 After the success of Stealing Runner’s Heart, my writing life took a back seat to my “real world.” I am determined to finally tell the story of Jared, Runner’s best friend, and Jenna, both of whom I’ve known intimately for the past year or so. Toward that end, I am once again back in the writing saddle and loving every page. Here is a summary of what’s to come. IN THE STRIKE ZONE Jared Hayes was the youngest pitcher in Major League Baseball to win the Cy Young Award. The Jersey Force was…

Locket with Jordan and Edward

Excerpt from Jordan’s Gift

After writing the contemporary Thunder on the Mountain Series, I became so enamoured of the ancestors who wrote the journals found in Thunder Struck that I decided to write their stories. This is an early scene from Jordan’s Gift when Edward and Jordan had only met a few times. ****************** She’d put in a long day at the store and was exhausted. “I’ll head up to the house and get dinner ready,” she called to her aunt. “Try not to be too much longer.” The jingle of the bells had her looking up, and she froze as she hung her…

Runner's Heart Mimi Foster Books

Stealing Runner’s Heart Available

When she was a child, he was her hero. When she grew up, he was her dream. Charlotte Rose has loved Runner Jeffries since she was a little girl. He taught her almost everything she needed to know about living, and they were constant companions until he went away to college. But even that didn’t end their friendship, and they remained close through the years. Runner Jeffries has loved Charlotte Rose for as long as he’s known her . . . just like a little sister. She’s been his friend and confidante, and even time and distance hasn’t interrupted their…

Maisy's Mirror Available on Audio

Maisy’s Mirror Available on Audio

Maisy’s Mirror on Audio I am proud to announce that my first audiobook, Maisy’s Mirror, is available on Amazon/ACX. After culling through dozens of auditions to find a voice/actor I thought would produce an interesting and listenable experience, I was thrilled with Amy B. Martin’s performance and hope you will be too. From a turn-of-the-century Irish maid to a World War II hero, Amy has done an impressive job of bringing all of the characters in this poignant tale to life. Here is a quick sample of Maisy’s Mirror on audiobook. I hope you enjoy this production and I’d love…

Thunder on the Mountain Series

Falling in Love with a Hero

When I begin writing a book, I find someone whose looks I like and keep their photo front-and-center as I get familiar with the character. This is a photo of Scott Eastwood, son of Clint, and he looks just like I imagine my current hero to look. In my third book of the Thunder on the Mountain Series, Thunder Storm, there was a young man that I completely fell in love with. I was so enamored with the character of the adolescent Runner Jeffries, son of Miles and Jeni Jeffries, that I wanted him to have his own book. He’s…