I appreciate how from the very start I was pulled into the world of Mountain Home, Colorado, 1887. That is, after all, one of the reasons I read historical novels.
Category: Book Reviews
“If we run, maybe we can catch up with them!”
We had overslept and the bus already left with those from our group who were climbing Mt. Sinai. We made it outside at some crazy early hour and the bus was just returning.
Derek was a new creation. He had been saved out of a life of sin. He was white as snow.
Our Christmas tree was the kind that had to be assembled. It was always a family effort.
“Sweetie! Where are you, Sweetie?”
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 […]
And then there is me.
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 […]
Have you read any of the Thanksgiving Books & Blessings Collection One yet? It is a group of novels and novellas by various authors focused on Thanksgiving in the 19th century. They are releasing every few days leading up to Thanksgiving. Included in this post are previews and descriptions for […]
“Aren’t you terrified of earthquakes?”