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 […]

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The Prince of Spies by Elizabeth Camden

The Prince of Spies, book 3 of Camden’s Hope & Glory series, is the best in the series! This novel follows Delacroix sibling Luke and his star-crossed romance with Marianne. Unlike the romances in the other two novels in the series, Luke and Marianne are more evenly matched in their personalities, but circumstances threaten to keep […]

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New Release: Take Flight

For today’s New Release, author T. E. Price tells us about her newest book, Take Flight. This sophomore novel was released on 6/15/21, published by Morgan James Publishing. Tell us a little about your novel.Hallie McClain’s struggle with fight-or-flight has become real as her life spirals out of control. After a brush with death at […]

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A Gilded Lady by Elizabeth Camden

The second novel of Camden’s Hope and Glory series, A Gilded Lady follows Caroline, the younger sister of Gray, the male lead of The Spice King. We met Caroline in the first novel, and her characterization is well-continued here. Especially her loyalty to her brother, Luke. The new addition is Nathaniel. He’s been assigned to […]

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Coming Soon: No Journey Too Far

Today we’re introducing No Journey Too Far, a new novel by Carrie Turansky. This sequel to her novel No Ocean Too Wide releases on 6/8/21, and is published by WaterBrook Multnomah. SPOILER ALERT: Because this is a sequel, some of the author’s answers to the questions about the book may be a bit spoilerish regarding […]

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Instagram Celebration Giveaway

I recently passed 400 followers on Instagram, and I wanted to do a little bit of a celebration. As a thank you for following me, I’m doing a BOOK GIVEAWAY! It’s exclusively on Instagram for my Insta followers. But there’s a twist… The winner gets to choose the book they want from some of the […]

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My Words Matter

I’m a hope*writer. My words matter. It’s a great reminder, because sometimes even the best of us can feel like frauds. Imposter syndrome is real. This reminder, for me, is two-fold, because my goal is to publish Christian fiction. My words matter. But also… My words matter. The message I convey has to honor God […]

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The Spice King by Elizabeth Camden

The cover alone on this one intrigued me. When I saw that it was a series, I knew I had to give it a shot. I was not disappointed. The male lead, Gray, is one of those characters that I just fall for. He’s serious, he’s reserved, but there’s something underneath that can be drawn […]

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Elantris by Brandon Sanderson

Fantasy novels are one of my top three favorite genres. I love getting lost in a completely different world. Brandon Sanderson’s Elantris is one of the best I’ve ever read. The fact that this was a debut novel blows my mind. The story, the characters, every little detail seems to be woven in with a […]

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New Release: Hope Between the Pages

Today we’re taking a look at Pepper Basham’s new novel, Hope Between the Pages. Released on April 1, 2021, Hope Between the Pages is the latest novel in the multi-author Doors to the Past series from Barbour Publishing. Let’s jump right in! Tell us a little about your new novel. Clara Blackwell helps her mother […]

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The Inefficiency Assassin by Helene Segura

I struggle with staying organized and staying focused. It’s a product of having too much to do and feeling like there isn’t enough time in the day. Helene Segura was a speaker at a business conference I attended several years ago. She walked through the basics of her strategies with handouts, and talked about just […]

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Supporting Christian Fiction Writers

If you’ve been following me long enough, you know I’ve been on a writing adventure, working on my very first novel. I’ve always respected writers and published authors, but (like most things) you never gain full respect for something until you know just how hard it is. And writing a novel is hard. As a […]

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