“Come along Lucy.” Susan snapped her fingers at her little Yorkshire terrior. She yipped and trotted after her mistress, her little legs working hard to keep up with Susan’s long ones. Susan put her hands in her coat pockets and was thankful that she had put on her thick walking shoes. The ground was damp. The pungent smell of mowed grass prickled her nose and she breathed deep of the scent. The gravel two track stretching out beneath her feet made her heart pitter patter. The open road had always attracted her. Something about not knowing what lay beyond the next turn exhilarated her.
She had always loved adventure stories. The Chronicles of Narnia had been read to tatters in her hands and the fact that she had the same name as one of the main characters had only increased her enjoyment of the stories. Hence also, the reason she had named her pup Lucy. They were inseparable.Read More »
She was a lost soul.
They would catch her wandering the shores occasionally, her head down as she searched for shells. They thought nothing of the ragamuffin waif who most said was a ghost and nothing more. She only appeared to a few and then only on foggy days. The coast of Maine was not always something you would expect to see a young girl exploring by herself. Especially in the fog and the cold.
Only a few had seen her close enough to describe her. A tattered sweater, rubber boots and the perpetual haversack over her shoulder. Hair pulled back and tossed about by the wind. One minute she was there, then the next she was gone. No one had ever chased after her or felt the need to learn more about her. To them, she was a wraith who only existed to those with overactive imaginations.
Until Genevieve St Claire arrived.Read More »
Hello everyone! This turned into a two-header Saturday! You are welcome. 😀 Jesseca allowed me to pop into the blog tour last minute because I couldn’t give up the chance to share her latest book with you! I am so proud of her! I had the privilege of being one of her alpha readers and I can’t even begin to say how amazing it was! I don’t have a coherent review ready, but suffice it to say that it was UH-MAZING! She knocked it out of the park! Well done Jess!Read More »
I finally got around to it!
I filmed this video this summer and guess what. . . It is just now here! Yay! LOL! Such is life. Anyhoo, I hope you enjoy this update! I know a few of you have been asking. So without further ado, her tis!
Let me know if you have any questions! I’ll be sure to answer them!
By God’s Grace,
I loved performing.
It was something I was born to do. At least, that is what Claude said. He always thought I was something special even if I did perform for a bunch of ragamuffin children in an orphanage. Claude always had a way of encouraging people to be there very best, even when he himself was the farthest thing from.
You know, it always confused me as to how a man who was a drunk, poor as dirt and who cleaned out a hovel of an orphanage for a minuscule living could be such a kind man who had words of wisdom that he dropped from his lips like diamonds that he bestowed upon the needy with grace.Read More »
My parents weren’t musical. My Grandma taught piano lessons for a few years when she was younger. But aside from that, there is no musical tradition or background in our family.
The only thing I can say about the fact that I am passionate about music is that God gave me that passion. I started piano early since my older brothers were starting and there was no way I was going to be left out. At the age of 4, I started learning. My feet couldn’t touch the floor and I sat atop that piano stool swinging my legs and learning all about the notes a – g and how to play on the black keys. My older brother just above me took to piano really well, and for some reason there became quite q competition between us. Well, mostly just for me. It was my goal in life to stay caught up with Joshua at all costs. When he was better than me, which was inevitable because he was, after all, four years older than me, I would just try harder, practice more and move ahead in my books. I know my piano teacher had to pull me back numerous times due to the fact that I forged ahead just to get ahead instead of taking my tiem and learning my pieces the way I should have.Read More »
I am so excited! The Black Friday sale is finally here! I have already loaded my cart with WAY TOO MANY BOOKS! *dies* I seriously don’t know how I am going to pick and choose. Thankfully, I have a book lover sister who has been helping me narrow it down. I wish you better luck! Seriously though, There are some fabulous authors that I have read and would highly reccomend!
My recommended shopping list for Indie Christian Books:Read More »