Tag: Fear

To Write a Wrong by Jen Turano – Book Review

To Write a Wrong by Jen Turano – Book Review

by Phyllis Helton
August 12, 2021
Book Reviews

To Write a Wrong has an clever plot with humorous incidents. The interactions between Daphne and Herman were enjoyable. And Daphne’s penchant for swooning was cute and not overdone. Daphne’s attempts at disguising her identity as the wildly popular writer of mysteries only added to her charm. Whenever anyone began […]

The Heart’s Charge by Karen Witemeyer – Book Review

The Heart’s Charge by Karen Witemeyer – Book Review

by Phyllis Helton
June 24, 2021
Book Reviews

Oh, wow! Karen Witemeyer has done it again! The Heart’s Charge is an amazing story, filled with compelling danger, bravery in the face of fear, life-changing spiritual lessons, and characters who melted my heart. Though there are many characters with significant roles, it was not difficult to keep track of […]

Framed in Death Valley by Dana Mentink – Book Review

Framed in Death Valley by Dana Mentink – Book Review

Growing up in Southern California, my family spent many weekends camping in the desert, though we were usually further South than Death Valley. I love the way Dana Mentink captured the beauty of this land which is often described with words like “barren” and “lifeless” in her thrilling suspense tale, […]

Things We Didn’t Say by Amy Lynn Green – Book Review

Things We Didn’t Say by Amy Lynn Green – Book Review

Dear Amy Lynn Green, I just finished reading Things We Didn’t Say and several adjectives are floating through my mind. Spectacular! Fabulous! Marvelous! Each of these descriptions might sound over the top, yet how else can I describe a story that touched my heart, mind, and soul as yours has? […]

Whatever Happens Next by Jaycee Weaver – Book Review, Preview

Whatever Happens Next by Jaycee Weaver – Book Review, Preview

Warren Peace – Nice Carr – Paige Turner These are just a tiny example of names creative parents have given to their children. In the past, the name given to a child held tremendous meaning and was given with much forethought. Many times in scripture, you see passages like and she named […]