Cynthia Herron is a debut author with Mountain Brook Ink, publishers of authors like Janalyn Voigt, Patricia Lee, Angela Ruth Strong, Mary Davis, and Kimberly Rose Johnson. I met her on Facebook and excited to soon be reading this Christian mystery she has written. Preordering of the Kindle version is […]
It pleases God when we don’t ignore those in need. There are so many scriptures that speak of this. One of the scriptures which speaks of this that stands out in my mind is Isaiah 58. Here God proclaims the kind of fast that pleases Him. It has nothing to […]
The four stories in this collection are all very different from each other. Starting with intense suspense set in Alaska, moving to a bookstore in a small town in New York, then to a dyslexic dress designer in Minnesota, and finally, to a small town somewhere in the Midwest with […]
I confess that there are some things in my past that I would like to forget. Just wipe them out and pretend they never happened. And there are things in my life that are delightful that I love to pull out of my memories and mull over. There is a […]
“Good afternoon, Mrs. W”, the pharmacist said as he greeted my mom. Considering it was a busy pharmacy in Southern California, my sisters and I teased her quite a bit that she frequented it enough to be recognized like that. I have found a small local pharmacy near me that […]
“Why should I lock my computer? This is a Christian ministry,” Rick asked me when I questioned him leaving it unlocked in a high-traffic common area. I sometimes wonder at the false sense of security that working for a large Christian organization brings to those who are there. We work […]
My aunt had created a lovely vase and hand-painted a beautiful tree on it. She then shipped it to my grandmother. Sadly, it ended up getting badly broken in the mail. My grandmother painstakingly collected what she thought were all the shards and pieced it back together again to the […]
I checked my watch again. Fifteen minutes had passed. Still no sign of her. Sigh.
The lady I “carpooled” with (she didn’t have a car so I did all the driving) was sooo chronically late. Not five minutes late. Twenty to twenty-five minutes. Every day.
Today is release day for A Sparkle of Silver by Liz Johnson! I haven’t had the opportunity to read it (other than to find this fun excerpt), but am looking forward to it. Excerpt This escape was what she had. And she’d cling to it for as long as it […]
Sandra Byrd’s newest book is soon to be released. I”m glad to have an excerpt to share with you to introduce this story. Stay tuned this month for a Scavenger Hunt for the book, my review and an interview with the author. Excerpt SEPTEMBER 1866 WATCHFIELD HOUSE, OXFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND A […]