Savoring Single Blog Tour Spotlight

I am so excited to read this book! As a single Christian girl who wants to make the most of my time and life for the glory of God, I can’t wait to read a book that was written for girls like me!

About The Author:

Shelley Black has journeyed through being single longer than she expected and has since found joy, hope and purpose from a once begrudged season. She now challenges the status quo of what it means to be single as a modern-day Christian female, with a passion to infuse hope and restore joy to every single-girl heart. Shelley is a loving momma to her pup Lucy, is one proud “T” to six nieces and nephews and serves her local church in North Mississippi as the worship leader. Find her at and across social media at SavoringSingle.

Official Website:

Amazon Link:

About The Book

Why savoring single? Because you were meant to enjoy it!

Finding purpose, knowing love, and experiencing adventure aren’t reserved solely for the married girls! You can enjoy a full and vibrant life even while being single. It’s also a perfect time to partner with what God wants to develop in you through this once-in-a-lifetime part of your journey! Girl, being single is okay. There is a purpose for it, and it won’t last forever. So savor it!

By God’s Grace,


Phoebe’s Light by Suzanne Woods Fisher // Review

Phoebe’s Light by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Phoebe’s Light

Series: Nantucket Legacy, Book 1
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Revell
Publication Year: 2018

You can find the book and synopsis here.

// My Review //

4 stars

This book was highly insightful, and again, not what I expected. The last time I read a book by Ms. Fisher, I was pleasantly surprised by the actual story and the depth therein.

This was the same way. The story was a bit slow in the beginning, picking up the pace as it went on. I loved the journal entries interspersed at the end of each chapter and the insight that it was seeing two different eras of Nantucket living.Read More »

Writing Prompt 056: Part 3


CARL: Third from the left.

Phrase to include:  “Stop grinning.” “I can’t. It’s been stuck to my face.”


Carl rubbed his face and turned away from watching the older boys. Jack had eaten a frog. With as hungry as he was, he couldn’t really blame him. He watched Lissie walk back towards her brother. She reminded him of his mother somehow. It must be the blond hair and her large dark eyes. His heart throbbed painfully and he swallowed at the memory of his mother. It had only been a year since he had last seen her. Much more recent than all the others had seen their parents. He missed her terribly and could not seem to put it behind him the way the others did. When he was seven, his father had left to join the navy. Rather, he had been conscripted. He didn’t’ remember much about his father. It had been a long time ago. But what he did remember was how happy father had made his mother. They had been such a happy family. So full of laughter. One moment stood clearly in his memory of when they were all together. They had been eating dinner and teasing each other.Read More »

Why I Chose To Publish With Createspace

Why I Chose To Publish With

*disclaimer* I have only used Createspace, so I can’t really speak knowledgeably about the other companies out there. I just am explaining why I chose Createspace and what some of the Pros and Cons were for myself.

There are a few reasons for this blog post. I feel like people as me a lot why I chose to self-publish, and that is kind of a different post all-together. However, why I chose Createspace in particular to self-publish is the topic of this post.

Reason number 1

The main thing that drew me to Createspace is that they are a company owned by amazon and once your book is published, it is available on Amazon for sale.Read More »

White Wolf and the Ash Princess // Day 8 // My Review

Blog Tour Banner Final

It’s the last day of the tour everyone! Just wanted to let you know, that the Facebook event has been canceled due to both Tammy and I being sick. If you haven’t already though, please be sure to enter the giveaway! And thank you for joining us on this journey!

Today, I also, finally, have my review! Since I have been planning the tour, it was hard to fit in my review, but I figured the last day of the tour would be an ideal place for it. Open-mouthed smile

My Review:

4. 5 stars.

I did not expect this book to turn out the way it did. Which is one of the reasons I love it so. I was in a HUGE reading slump when I picked it up. I was in one of those moods where I literally didn’t want to read anything. I was bored, I had read some boring things recently and it sucked the joy out of my reading. Then I picked up this gem.

I wasn’t sure what to expect as there had been many different genre’s used to describe it. It was also a wee bit slow in the beginning, but for some reason it didn’t bother me that much. It read like an old friend and I was interested enough in Izzy’s secrets that I had to keep reading. Not to mention, I am of the mindset who loves details that are beautiful, and Tammy’s are beautiful. There is a lovely way that the words are woven together and it was completely different than anything I had read before and I think that is why it was so interesting to me. The first person narrative was unusual and somehow it worked in a fascinating way.

For instance, I loved how Izzy’s flashback sneaked up on us readers as well as on Izzy. I was taken with the way it felt as though you weren’t quite sure if what she was experiencing was real, or if it was a flashback.

The characters as well. Prepare for a bit of fangirling. Oh. My. Heart. Each one was unique and special, even the ugly ones. Um, hello, I wanted to punch a certain someone way early in the book before they were really revealed as a bad guy. Somehow I have a certain sense about that. I know who to trust and who not to pretty quickly in stories. He was MEAN. *glares*  BUT ALL OF THE LOVELIES! I wanted to hug them all! Izzy needed a good talking to and thankfully Miss Margaret gave her that. Jonathan. . . the poor tormented soul. TUBS. . . dear one, can I keep him forever?

The themes. Wow. I had no idea of Tammy’s backstory as I read this book, but I could sense that there was something deep behind the meaning of the story and it’s characters. I was moved to tears when I read her Author’s note in the back of the book and that theory paid off. I balled my eyes out when I realized the true heart behind this book and the amount of personal experience had been poured into it. Tammy’s heart behind this book is evident and I couldn’t help but love it, even if I hadn’t already.

Content: There is some violence, mentions of people dying, etc. Slavery is brought up in a delicate fashion, wounds and more. A kiss between a husband and wife is all that occurs. Due to the maturity of the story, I would recommend it for ages 13+. Everything that Miss Lash dealt with in this book was done so well, I never worried once about the content for my younger sisters. Who have both read this book and loved it by the way.




Giveaway take 3

First Prize: One autographed paperback copy of White Wolf and the Ash Princess.

Second Prize: One Birch necklace inspired by the book and handmade by Tammy

Third Prize: One Birch Bookmark inspired by the book and handmade by Tammy.

To enter: follow the directions on the rafflecopter giveaway. I made this so anyone can enter, whether you have facebook or not.


Rules: Only open to USA entrants. But don’t despair if you are international. Tammy has graciously offered to giveaway one ebook copy to an international entrant!

Giveaway ends Midnight Easter Time zone, February 8th, the last day of the tour.

Enter away! There are many different ways to earn points!

Info on the author:


Tammy lives in Lower Michigan with her husband and her three children. Izzy’s home in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (Munising) is where she and her family enjoy exploring. Tammy enjoys hiking, kayaking, beach wandering, “hunting” for birch bark and hopes to someday find a porcupine quill. White Wolf and the Ash Princess is her first novel. She is published in Keys for Kids and has been in children’s ministry for over twenty years.

If you would like to connect with Tammy, here are all of the ways you can do so! If you have any questions or thoughts on the book, she would love it if you contacted her! Messages from readers are like chocolate. An author can never have too many!

Tour Schedule for the Day:

Abigail Harder from Harder Family Adventures (Spotlight)

Chloe (Review/Spotlight)

Melissa M. from Clothed With Scarlet (Review)

J.D. Sutter from The Bookworm Banquet (Review)

Maddy from Girls Living For God’s Glory (Review)

That’s a wrap folks! Thank you so much for following along on this journey! Be sure to pick up a copy of the book if you haven’t already! You can find it here!

By God’s Grace,


White Wolf and the Ash Princess // Day 6 //Guest Review


A reminder that Tammy Lash and I are hosting a facebook live Q&A on Friday, February 8th at 9 PM EST! You can join the party here. Not only will Tammy be there to answer questions, but Izzy, Jonathan, and Tubs have all been convinced to make an appearance and take questions as well! 

Now, I have a special guest today, my dear sister, Sarah Grace with her own review of White Wolf.Read More »