Where We Belong by Lynn Austin offers a solid lesson on waiting on God as he reveals your gifts, and where He intends for you to use those gifts for the glory of His kingdom. From the Publisher: In the city of Chicago in 1892, the rules for Victorian women are strict, their roles limited. … Continue reading Lynn Austin: Where We Belong
A marvelous whodunit that offers an enticing mystery, appealing characters, and a setting that jumps off the page.
Have you done one of these Christian fiction scavenger hunts before? If not, I very strongly recommend it. Basically, you'll start the hunt by visiting Stop #1 at Lisa T. Bergren's website. From there, Bergren will introduce you to another author, and direct you to their site. That author, then, will direct you to another. … Continue reading Scavenger Hunt!! Discover new authors through a link of websites.
RomCom at some of its most charming, Krista Phillips's The Engagement Plot weaves the author's trademark humor with a story that is full of heart.
The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck by Bethany Turner tells the story of a woman whose conversion to Christianity alters her life's direction - and significantly influences her ensuing romance. From the Publisher: Becoming a Christian is the best and worst thing that has ever happened to Sarah Hollenbeck. Best because, well, that's obvious. Worst … Continue reading Bethany Turner: The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck
Last night I was wrapping up a novel and I started thinking: This book was NOTHING like the other one I'm in the middle of reading. And yet it is.
Much has been made of the concern over whether or not Christian fiction, itself, is dying.
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
Mitchell's works typically combine exaggerated humor with surprisingly thoughtful moments. I love most of Mitchell's novels because they do this well.