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 […]
If I tell you a secret, do you promise not to laugh?
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 […]
We’ve tried to locate the ancient split oak tree at least two different times. Each time we have wandered the trails, the overgrowth and destruction from previous hurricanes have prevented us from finding the correct path to get there. Yet we’ve been told (and seen the pictures) that the 200-year-old […]
What in the world were the car keys doing in the refrigerator?
by Robin Caroll Published by Gilead Publishing Genres: Christian Fiction, Mystery As I reached my hand forward to insert my key and open the garage door, I suppressed a scream! Right above the keyhole, dangling over the wood that framed the garage door was a huge Colombian Red-Tailed Boa! I […]
He was no more than five years old. It was a commercial for the homeless mission in Los Angeles. As the ad aired, showing the men and women who had been touched by the ministry, my nephew’s heart was touched. The age-old question “why do bad things happen in this […]
Jean eased down into a perfect execution of the splits. I was amazed. I don’t think I have ever been that flexible and my dear friend is a septuagenarian. She still lives by herself, cares for her granddaughter, helps with Sunday School, and hosts a Bible study for women. She […]
The flashing lights were visible from the second floor of the house. It appeared that it was overflowing with firemen and emergency workers. All searching for my little sister. We were very young at the time. I wasn’t much older than 4 and she, being a year and a half […]