Welcome. My name is Sheila Davidson.
In the spring of 2003 I had a dream and after I recorded it on my computer I kept on writing and an entire novel resulted!
Hear Heaven is an inspirational romance set in a fictional village in medieval times. It was published by Vineyard International Publishing in May 2005. A sequel, Heaven's Tears , was published in November of 2006. The third installment, Heaven Knows, came out in mid 2008.
Heart of the Heavens is a CD of my original songs of worship and prayer. It is available through my Store page. There are sample song clips on the CD Lyrics page.
Only once in his lifetime did Isgoré Armaddi abandon his God. And it nearly cost him everything.
Hear Heaven is set in the 12th century. Braydon Manor has been enjoying peace for many years when a great evil descends in the person of Kora Rae Doxler. As the landlord falls beneath her spell the manor suffers dark days indeed.
Over time the scars of the near-disaster heal, except for those that mark Isgoré’s heart. Will he ever recover from the time when he refused to ‘hear Heaven’?
Heaven’s Tears welcomes you back to Braydon Village and life in the 12th century. The story follows Peter and Eryc Duggan, twin brothers who approach life quite differently, as they pass from the days of youth to the ways of men.
Peter, the adventurer, loses his heart to the mysterious Arabella, a dark-eyed beauty who possesses a gift that she neither understands nor wants.
Eryc, the future steward of Braydon Manor, is devoted to the landlord’s fair niece, Stella, though having no illusions about the wall that forever divides them; the difference in their social standing.
Heaven Knows, the third volume in the Braydon Manor series, returns the reader to the 12th century and tells the tale of Ida, a young woman who arrives in Braydon Village after a violent wind storm destroys her home.
The welcoming reception of the Bosh family does much to heal the hurts of Ida’s losses, but even as she is finding peace, Finton Davidge grows more and more disturbed by her presence. Lovable friends weave in and out of the story as Ida does her best to avoid Finton and Finton struggles to quell his growing curiosity concerning Ida.