“Sweetie! Where are you, Sweetie?”
Author: Phyllis Helton
We’re celebrating the release of Fate and Fortune: Part One, the first part in a Young Adult contemporary romance duology. Read the author’s message below, then come back on Thursday, September 20th to read an excerpt, and on Saturday, September 22nd to read a second excerpt. Don’t forget to enter the book/Amazon gift […]
Six adults join forces to travel to California by wagon. Each has a different goal in mind in this short historical novel. Cynthia’s journaling is used to share many details of the trek, though many of the characters lend their voice in describing the journey. Other than the diary […]
If there were a Christian fiction version of the Oscars, The Christy Awards would be it. And we are teaming up with The Christy Awards to help you read good fiction! Some of the best of the best, in fact. Last year’s 2017 Christy Award winners included The Lady & […]
I am very pleased to have author Michele Wilder here with me today. I introduced her debut novel, From Shards to Sea Glass a couple of weeks ago and last week she interviewed Grace, a character from that book. Be sure to visit the review post and enter the giveaway there. Today is the last day to enter!
And then there is me.
Reconciliation is one of my favorite words in the Bible – the truth mentioned in Colossians 1:20-22 of how I was separated from God and He chose to reconcile me to Himself through his son Jesus. So, with such an intense gratitude for the reconciliation that God accomplished in my […]
Excerpt Eric glanced doubtfully at his fitted shirt and pants. If he’d been going to the couple’s shower alone, he would have settled for comfort and worn jeans. The fact that he’d sought his brother’s opinion on what to wear was an admission of his level of anxiety. Julie had agreed […]
There’s something special about spending time at a coffee shop with a friend–engaging in a meaningful conversation, then leaving refueled and ready to tackle the rest of the day. What if your quiet times with God energized you the same way?
There he sits, patiently watching. Waiting. Hopeful. Confident. This affectionate cat knows that I don’t feed him first and he is okay with that. Despite having to be second, once I’m done feeding Felix, he hurries over to me and rubs and rubs and rubs. And boinks his head against […]