Tipton, Oregon is once again faced with a mystery. This time, things are bigger and more dangerous than Nancy, the librarian sleuth, is prepared for. It was clear that Tara had a secret which had her skittish and ready to run. Little did she expect the people of this sleepy […]
The ripple effect. You throw a stone into the water and the ripples extend far beyond what you can see. Our lives are like that in so many ways. The things we do affect others, not just ourselves. I recently read through the life of King David, and instead of […]
Can two broken and abandoned people ever find acceptance? I have come to expect deeply touching stories from Toni Shiloh. She has a knack for wrapping her characters around my heart and having me feel their pain and cheer for their victories. Finally Accepted did not disappoint. As Chloe and Darryl […]
I got married to the man of my dreams when I was eighteen! Fresh out of high school, I had only attended a few weddings prior to mine. So I really had no clue. I wasn’t a girl who had dreamed of my wedding all my life. But I really […]
On Tour with Prism Book Tours Turning the tide of destruction on their town Alex Duval is one of the most endearing and dynamic of heroes! Flawed, sure. No question about that. Yet his almost larger-than-life personality with his propensity to be dramatic, to dream big, to hope big, to love […]
Here in Florida, retention ponds abound. We have at least four at the office, maybe five. They are stocked with fish and a number of the people who work here enjoy spending breaks fishing, doing a catch and release. . . Several of my friends are fishing enthusiasts and one […]
I was glad to have an opportunity to read another book by Catherine Lanigan. I enjoyed her book that I read last March which was also in this series. . . Hmm. What to say? A handsome firefighter who rescues the damsel in distress. Sounds like a fairy tale, right? […]
“I am Sam.
Sam I am.
Do you like green eggs and ham?”
Fear began to clamp its icy grip around my heart. “Mommy, where are you?” my little voice warbled out as I plodded towards the stairs to search the upper floor again. The feet that had cheerfully descended only minutes ago to greet the day now trudged back up and led […]
Thinking to achieve a dramatic rescue, Peter grabbed a sword and swung. And accomplished nothing more than cutting off the ear of a minor servant. And earning a rebuke from the very one he wanted to save. Combined with the three denials that he even knew Jesus that occurred later […]