Hello on this delightful Saturday, my friends. Before we get to today's book review, I want to take a minute to speak about a current event that happened this week. You know I don't usually address politics around here, but I feel like the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, the only monarch England has had… Continue reading Saying Farewell to an Icon + Crossfire by Lynette Eason
Another Write In Faith Camp (WIF) has ended, just yesterday in fact, so it's time for another writing update while the news is fresh.
Friends, today we have a guest talking about a topic that's pretty familiar to me: red hair. Please welcome author Kellyn Roth!
Friends, today we have a guest who made her publishing debut in the same book I did: Anything. Please welcome Mary P.!
Hey, friends. Which of you remember this good ol' hymn? It's a childhood favorite of mine, and I'm bookmarking this particular YouTube video to rewatch a zillion times, because it gets my heart jumping for joy in our Lord Jesus.
FTC Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book. These are my honest thoughts. It shouldn’t have taken me nearly a month to get to page 114. Every time I picked up this book, I quickly lost interest. I couldn’t really figure out why at first. It took chatting it out with a friend… Continue reading The Songs That Could Have Been by Amanda Wen
From 100 for 100 to Write In Faith Camp, this summer will be a busy one on the writing front for me.
Life updates, a heartfelt apology, and an invitation to WIF Camp Summer 2022.
Theme Chatter Post-traumatic stress disorder was a main theme in the early chapters of this book (it likely was through the whole book, but I only made it to twenty percent). While I have not been diagnosed with PTSD, I have experienced it. A tough thing, that. It has wild symptoms and is disruptive to… Continue reading Shadows in the Mind’s Eye by Janyre Tromp
Theme Chatter I didn’t really connect with any themes in the first 101 pages of this book, and I stopped reading it at that point. So the chatter today is about DNFing a book. Not every book is for every reader (though every book usually does find its readers), and since there are so many… Continue reading The Master Craftsman by Kelli Stuart