I'm so delighted to share my latest writing project. In March, I signed with Guidepost's Ordinary Women of the Bible series. The series is fantastic! I've been blessed to read the first four novels and have really enjoyed each one. What can you expect with this series? Ordinary women doing extraordinary things for God. Spanning… Continue reading Ordinary Women of the Bible: Asenath’s Story
Back cover blurb: Strong-willed Tirzah wants to join her people in driving the enemy from the land of Israel and undergoes training for a secret mission inside the stronghold of Shechem. But soon after she has infiltrated the ruthless Aramean commander's kitchen, she makes a reckless decision that puts her and her allies in grave… Continue reading Like Flames in the Night Review
Against every warning, she’s drawn ever closer to the man known as “Black Heart”. I was absolutely delighted to review Roseanna M. White’s latest novel, On Wings of Devotion. Roseanna M. White’s novels are rich in history with a beautiful message of faith. And not to mention—sweet, sizzling romance! Arabella Denler, though a wealthy heiress,… Continue reading On Wings of Devotion
Biblical fiction at its best! The latest by Connilyn Cossette, Angela Hunt, and Carole Towriss.
How can we best comfort those who are hurting?
Whose Waves These Are is a stunning debut by Amanda Dykes.
The Number of Love is a tender, heart-filled novel that surprises and engages on every level. Margot De Wilde might be one of the most fascinating characters I’ve encountered in a long while. Brilliant. Kind. Sarcastic. Uncertain. She is complex and sympathetic. As a genius, Margot decodes classified secrets during World War II. The men… Continue reading The Number of Love Book Review
Dear friends, It has a been a whirlwind of a month and I’ve been a little silent on this blog. All for a good reason—I promise! First . . . I signed with the literary agent of my dreams. Tamela Hancock Murray of the Steve Laube Agency. I couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with her.… Continue reading Literary Agents and Mother’s Day
Hello Sweet Readers! What a month March has turned out to be. Blizzards. Rain. Massive flooding. So many of us have been forced indoors. Hence, my reading has been off the charts! I’d love to share the latest books that have graced my coffee table and yes, sported coffee stains. But first, a little… Continue reading The Warrior Maiden Book Review
Have you ever watched a potter at work? It’s a beautiful sight and can be a little daunting. Potters lovingly guide a misshapen lump of clay into something worthy for display on a table. We marvel at the shapes, the baked in glazes and wonder how the artist could create something so exquisite. The pottery… Continue reading When Writing is like Pottery