Month: March 2019

The Cost of Knowing by Allan Packer Book Review, Preview

The Cost of Knowing by Allan Packer Book Review, Preview

“Things really ended bad.” Immediately my brain corrects the statement to “Things really ended badly”. “The cat that was gray played on the grass.” “The gray cat played on the grass”. Or, to make it more fun, “The gray cat frolicked on the grass”. I can’t help it, and no […]

Guest Post from Kimberly Rose Johnson about The Sleuth’s Dilemma

Guest Post from Kimberly Rose Johnson about The Sleuth’s Dilemma

by Kimberly Rose Johnson I am thrilled to introduce Kimberly Rose Johnson to you for this blog tour. I had the privilege of meeting her in person when she and her husband came to Orlando last December. She is every bit as delightful in person as she is online! Thank […]

When You Are Near by Tracie Peterson – Book Review, Preview

When You Are Near by Tracie Peterson – Book Review, Preview

I was at a conference this week. One of the speakers displayed a quote on the screen and attributed it to “a great American thinker” or some other great complimentary description. He then proceeded to tell us that the man he quoted was his father and spent the next five […]