To prepare you for this book, I want to share a brief portion of the description of a luckenbooth. While it is not necessary for understanding the novellas, this additional insight is interesting to me and so I thought it might pique your interest as well. The enduring appeal of […]
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I was excited to have my wait for The Reluctant Warrior come to an end. When I finished The Accidental Guardian I knew I wanted to read the rest of this series. Fortunately, the wait between stories was not too long. The saga of the Sierras continues with all my favorite characters […]
I do not stalk royalty on the internet (or in any other way!). I didn’t watch the royal wedding and can’t tell you much of anything about who the prince of which country is and honestly couldn’t even tell you what countries even still have royalty. Other than Great Britain, […]
As the shore faded away in the distance, I remembered a very important detail. I get seasick. Having not been on many boats in my life, it is easy to see why I would forget this important detail. The interesting thing about this is that if I can see land, […]
“These are like steak brownies!”
It is the strangest compliment I’ve ever gotten on my baking, but in some ways, one of the nicest.
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.
“I fell off a stepladder and broke my right foot and fractured my left wrist. Can you come out and help us?” my mom requested. I am fortunate to have a job that can be done remotely and a boss who allows it on occasion so I flew out the […]
One word answers. Then silence. Despite my best efforts, it was impossible to draw J out. This was quite unusual for me. This birthday dinner for my other friend ended up being one of the most awkward meals I have ever experienced. J only gave one-word answers and the other […]
Everyone. Always Never. These are the kinds of words that can get you in trouble. They are the words of stereotypes and everyone who uses them is never always correct. I work in the IT field and started doing so over 20 years ago, back when very few women were in […]
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 […]