Here's one I think you should read...
The story offers some wonderfully interesting historical nuggets. It's also refreshingly set in the pre-WWI time period (instead of the often chosen WWII period).
Here's to life among boxes, bruises from said boxes, children eating chicken nuggets and whatever we have left in the fridge due to the packing of the boxes - and to books that temporarily spare me from packing more of those boxes... In the past week or so, I've been blessed with some time to … Continue reading Three Recent Reads: The Whys Have It; Four Winds; Then There Was You
In the process of moving here - which means lately I've had little time to read and even less time to write about reading. That's going to continue for the next couple of weeks. So thank you for your patience! But this one - I have to write about. Albeit briefly. Wounded: Claudia Mair Burney. … Continue reading Wounded by Claudia Mair Burney. This one’s worth it.
Kristin Billerbeck, how I love thee. Well...that might be over the top. Maybe. But heavens, I love this author.
The Mark of the King is the first novel I've read by author Jocelyn Green. I'd been intrigued since seeing it because of the unique setting (haven't seen much of anything covering the colonization of Louisiana) and its interesting premise. But bogged down by a lot of regular life, I hadn't gotten around to reading … Continue reading The Mark of the King: by Jocelyn Green
Tamara Leigh is a fascinating writer. I was first introduced to her writing through her initial foray into the inspirational market. My favorites were in her Head Over Heels collection, a successful romp within the chick-lit genre - books that were spiritually and emotionally enlightening and also laughter-inspiring. These novels, in classic chick-lit … Continue reading The Vexing: by Tamara Leigh
Roseanna M. White is a writer of historical fiction. She has a series set in American history (Culper Ring series), British history (Ladies of the Manor series), and a set of novels set in the days of early Christianity. Her most recent release, Giver of Wonders, falls into the latter category. I became a fan … Continue reading Book Review: Giver of Wonders by Roseanna M. White
Stephanie Morrill is known for her work with young, aspiring writers. She's a mentor to some, a guide for others. She's also written six full-length novels and one novella. The Reinvention of Skylar Hoyt series provided a nice depiction of a real teen struggling with living a real faith. Most impressively (to me, anyway), Morrill's … Continue reading Book Review: The Lost Girl of Astor Street by Stephanie Morrill
Julie Klassen's most recent release, The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill, is the first installment in Klassen's first series.