meet Gail Sattler


Gail Sattler is an author, musician, wife, mother, speaker, and pet owner. Gail is a multi-published author who loves to lace a serious plot with love and laughter. When she’s not writing or walking her dogs, Gail plays bass for her worship team, a local Jazz band, and a community orchestra.
Gail Sattler lives in Vancouver, BC, where you don’t have to shovel rain, with her husband, sons, dogs, and a lazy lizard named Draco, who is quite cuddly for a reptile.

Visit Gail’s website at
You'll also find Gail at her book website – and her blog –

The Narrow Path
Can two people from different worlds find love somewhere in the middle?

Miranda feels like she’s been transported back to Little House On The Prairie, and Ted’s head spins when Miranda reads her Bible on her cell phone. Yet Miranda Klassen and Ted Wiebe must find a way to make peace to meet their common goal to open the doors of Ted’s Old Order Mennonite church and community. Will they also find love in the process?

Miranda Klassen’s Mennonite church is big and modern and she loves the mixture of faith, action, and activity. But in order to follow her dream she moves across the country to a small town to organize another church’s 25th anniversary celebration. Ted Weibe has been assigned to assist and guide Miranda, feeling good that his church has chosen another Mennonite. But except for sharing the same basic faith and denomination, their churches have nothing else in common. His church embraces old-style roots, so Ted except to find someone similar at the airport – a women who never wears pants, no body piercing – including ears – no makeup, and wearing a head covering as a sign of modesty – someone else who lives in accordance with old-fashioned values. But the woman who acknowledges him is wearing unreasonably high and outlandishly expensive shoes, denim jeans, and makeup including bright red lipstick. As she gets off the plane she’s fiddling with an iPod and yapping on the cell phone. When Miranda enters Ted’s church and community she feels like she’s been transported back into Little House On The Prairie, with cars. Ted is supposed to help Miranda fit in, and Miranda is supposed to help his church reach out into the community. When it’s time to start planning and organizing for the celebration, then the fun really begins. Depending on one’s definition of fun…

You can purchase The Narrow Path from CBD and Amazon:

Gail is giving away a copy of The Narrow Path. To be entered in the book giveaway, leave a comment and check back on Tuesday, May 25th to see if you've won. You can enter twice--once on each post in this spotlight. If you want to guarantee that you're notified if you win, then leave your email address in the comment, otherwise, you can just check back and email me through the button in my sidebar.
**Annoying little disclaimer: This giveaway is open only to U.S. addresses. By clicking on the Amazon link above or in the sidebar, and purchasing, I will receive a very small percentage of the sale.


  1. I have some friends who joined a Mennonite church when they moved to another state and they are very happy, so I'm eager to read Gail's book. It's been on my wish list a long time and I appreciate the chance to win a copy, Patty.

    cjarvis [at] bellsouth [dot] net

  2. Sounds like a case of opposites attracts. The video is a nice touch! Will be sure to read this one. Thanks Patty, Hugs, Rita

  3. Sounds like a fun read!

  4. would enjoy reading this novel....thanks for the chance :)

    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

  5. Anonymous9:47 PM

    This sounds good! my mom's line came from Mennonites.

  6. Patty,I have some of Gail's works and am looking forward to more. I just wanted to tell you how Joyfull I am that God led me to sign up for your Blog class. You're a great instructor, a wonderful communicator and a friend I can love unseen!
    Joyfully following you on facebook.


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