Excited for 2023!

Goodbye 2022! Hello 2023! I don’t do resolutions. They have a tendency to be vague and not stick for more than a month, if they get that far. I do goals instead, and there are several things I’m excited for in 2023! First, a look back. Writing - In 2022, I attended my first writer’s… Continue reading Excited for 2023!

Book Reviews

Dream of Kings by Sharon Hinck

My first read from Sharon Hinck will not be my last. This fantastical reimagining of the Biblical story of Joseph is storytelling at its best. Dream of Kings pulls you into a vivid world of betrayal, political intrigue, and struggles of faith with characters that spring up from the page. As the dream teller, Jolan,… Continue reading Dream of Kings by Sharon Hinck

Book Reviews

Heirlooms by Sandra Byrd

Sandra has done it again. I fell in love with Sandra Byrd's gothic romance series, Daughters of Hampshire. Her newest novel, Heirlooms, is different, but just as good. Heirlooms is a contemporary, split-time novel that brings together three generations of women in two different families. The novel touches on caring for widows and foreigners, as… Continue reading Heirlooms by Sandra Byrd


My First Writers Conference: Realm Makers 2022

If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you likely saw my live updates during my trip to Atlantic City for Realm Makers. In the moment, I couldn't reflect much. It was a busy time! Non-stop in a lot of ways. I came back home completely exhausted and had to head back to work, so… Continue reading My First Writers Conference: Realm Makers 2022

Author Q&A

Victoria McCombs: Author Q&A

Earlier this year I read Oathbound, and Victoria McCombs immediately got added to my "read more books by this author" list! I am patiently(?) waiting for book two of The Royal Rose Chronicles, but McCombs has more in store for her readers! She was gracious enough to answer a few questions for us. 1) What… Continue reading Victoria McCombs: Author Q&A

Book Reviews

Oathbound by Victoria McCombs

Move over Pirates of the Caribbean! I think I have a new favorite pirate tale! Victoria McCombs's Oathbound is the first book in her new series The Royal Rose Chronicles, and it is an excellent start! I was drawn in from the very beginning by the main characters, Emme and Arn, a girl who wants nothing to… Continue reading Oathbound by Victoria McCombs

Book Reviews

Heirs of Neverland by Kara Swanson

This is not Walt Disney’s Peter Pan. I loved Disney’s Peter Pan. Even in that version, Peter is shown as selfish and moody, but Kara Swanson’s Heirs of Neverland duology focuses on just how much damage those aspects of Peter’s personality can cause. The dangers of never growing up, not just physically, but emotionally and… Continue reading Heirs of Neverland by Kara Swanson

Book Reviews

That Pale Host by L. G. McCary

"One need not be a chamber to be haunted..." McCary’s psychological thriller is a wonderful blend of family drama and supernatural suspense. After a difficult delivery, Charlotte and her husband bring home their new baby girl. But something is different. Charlotte’s nightmares are seeping into her waking hours as she catches images at the edges… Continue reading That Pale Host by L. G. McCary

Book Reviews

Save the Cat! Writes a Novel by Jessica Brody

I've heard many times that there is no magic formula for writing a novel. There may not be a formula, but there's definitely a pattern that good novels follow. In Save the Cat! Writes a Novel, Jessica Brody walks us through the 15 "beats" of a well-written novel. These beats, or plot points, can be… Continue reading Save the Cat! Writes a Novel by Jessica Brody

Book Reviews

Awake & Alive to Truth by John L. Cooper

When a rock and roll front man releases a book, you don't expect it to be on theology. Life on the road? Sure. The ups and downs of fame? Absolutely. Finding truth in a postmodern world? Not so much. But that's what John Copper has given us, and it is awesome! The Christian world has… Continue reading Awake & Alive to Truth by John L. Cooper

Book Reviews

The Weaver Trilogy by Lindsay A. Franklin

I normally review books in a series one-by-one. Even if they're all published, that's the norm for me. Not so with this series. Why? It's AMAZING! I didn't want to take the time to try to sort through what I thought about it. I just wanted to keep reading! It has been quite a while… Continue reading The Weaver Trilogy by Lindsay A. Franklin