Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Smoke Screen by Terri Blackstock – Book Review, Preview

Smoke Screen by Terri Blackstock – Book Review, Preview

Some books just tear me up inside while I’m reading them. Sometimes it is the circumstances of the characters’ lives. Sometimes it’s the choices they make. With Smoke Screen, it was both! Brenna and Nate’s families were both against seeing the two of them together. Brenna’s because they believed his […]

Love and Other Mistakes by Jessica Kate – Book Review, Preview

Love and Other Mistakes by Jessica Kate – Book Review, Preview

I have been reading about Love and Other Mistakes on social media for a couple of months now and was looking forward to reading it. I had a mental image of it being lighthearted, humorous, Chick Lit set in Australia – after all, the author is from there. . . […]

Summer by the Tides by Denise Hunter – Book Review, Preview

Summer by the Tides by Denise Hunter – Book Review, Preview

Back when Columbus set about to seek a new trade route to India, the common conception was that the world was flat. “Everyone” believed this and all thought that if you sailed far enough, you would fall right over the edge (and into the mouths of hungry sea monsters!) Today, […]

Daughters of Northern Shores by Joanne Bischof – Book Review, Preview

Daughters of Northern Shores by Joanne Bischof – Book Review, Preview

“You know what the three most exciting sounds in the world are? Anchor chains, plane motors & train whistles” George Bailey, It’s a Wonderful Life My favorite sounds are a little different than George’s. Children’s giggles, bird song, worship music. You probably have yet another list of favorites. How many people […]

Sons of Blackbird Mountain by Joanne Bischof – Book Review, Preview

Sons of Blackbird Mountain by Joanne Bischof – Book Review, Preview

“You don’t have enough faith.” “If you had enough faith, then God would heal you.” I hurt as I heard the words my Aunt Sally’s “friends” and fellow churchgoers had spoken to her related to the cancer that was eating away at her body. As if she could manufacture the […]

The Love Letter by Rachel Hauck – Book Review, Preview, Guest Post

The Love Letter by Rachel Hauck – Book Review, Preview, Guest Post

My parents were friends with a couple back in the ’70s who lived together but were not married. We were told that it was for tax reasons – that being two singles filing separately saved money. I’ve known other people who have been perfectly content living together with no type […]