We had the map, the trail was mostly a loop with a few intersecting paths going across it. How hard could it be to get where we needed to? Yeah, famous last words! I’m not sure if it was that the trails were poorly maintained and therefore we didn’t even […]
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 […]
There is a reason I’m not an author. Other than the fact that I would rather curl up with a book than sit at my computer typing one out. There might even be two or three reasons.
Here is a final excerpt from Dream of Her Heart. But, seriously, stop reading these excerpts – go buy the book! Excerpt Drops of rain started to fall and she looked up as Zane stepped in front of her. “Care to dance with me?” he asked, holding out his hands. […]
My hubby and I enjoy collecting seashells when we walk along the shore. We have a number of different ones that we have collected over the years. The funny thing is, we don’t even necessarily care if they are “perfect”. The colors and textures of a broken spiral shell can […]
“What do you think I am, black?”
My jaw dropped and I was rendered speechless. That a 7 or 8 year-old-boy in a Sunday School class would respond in that way to a simple request that he pick up after himself had my mind reeling. I had no idea how to respond.
Anthony Jameson didn’t really care which side was right or which cause was just. And he wasn’t confident about who was going to win the war. So instead of taking the risk of making the wrong choice, he decided to play both sides and come out on top either way. It wasn’t the wisest decision he ever made.
Some people care too much what others think about them, some care too little. Somewhere there is a fine line between the two.
This quick read has more romance than suspense, which is a good thing in my mind. As Meg and Cade attempt to flee their pasts, they both have an opportunity to see the other at their worst – and yet that is much better than they had hoped. I felt […]
I loved seeing Corinth from the eyes of one of the pagans living there in the First Century A.D.