The winner for the final giveaway bundle is about to be announced! It has been such a pleasure pulling these giveaways together! A huge thank you to all of the authors who participated! And also, a huge thank you to you all. I couldn’t do this without all of you! ❤
Thanks again for all who participated!
By God’s Grace,
I’m sure you have heard it before, and if you are anything like me, you probably felt it before as well. My testimony is worthless, do I even have a testimony? What’s the point of sharing anything about my life when no one is going to be able to relate to it? I don’t come from anything crazy, I don’t have anything special. Read More »
Hey y’all, today we have a guest review by my sister, Sarah Grace! So without further ado, here we go.
A Breath of Hope by Lauraine Snelling
Genre: Historical Fiction
Publisher: Bethany House
Publication Year: 2018
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Series: Under Northern Skies (Book 2)
SARAH GRACE’S REVIEW:
It actually hurts a bit for me to rate a Lauraine Snelling book only 3 stars. Snelling is one of my all-time favorite authors, one of the few authors that I will preorder her books before they come out and watch the mailbox impatiently until they arrive. Unfortunately, this one was a little disappointing.Read More »
Last one! The contemporary category is here and I am so excited! So many amazing authors have come together for this one, along with my wallet and I am so excited to provide one winner the opportunity to read these lovely, exciting books!Read More »
Today I am here with a special treat for you! My dear friend, Allison Tebo is relaunching her book, The Reluctant Godfather. I have gotten to see this project grow from it’s infancy and it has been a pleasure to be able to assist her through the process of beta reading and even down to designing and formatting this new edition! I am so excited to see where she goes with this series, and having read the book numerous times, it’s such a pleasure that I am sure anyone would enjoy!Read More »
This one is very important, and so all encompassing, that I will do my best to be brief without being confusing.
Worldview is incredibly important to me. It is what we look through the rest of our lives and it forms who we are, what we become and how we act in this world.Read More »
“Lower the gun.”
The order was the last thing I wanted to follow. I had been taught all of my life that you do what you are told. That if you do, you won’t get in trouble and that you will live long and prosper on this earth.
But now, as I stood here, holding a gun in my trembling hands and pointing it at my own mother, the only conscientious choice that I had was to disobey the woman who had given me life.Read More »