A Question of Honor by Jesseca Dawn Cover Reveal

Hello all! I have ANOTHER cover reveal and spotlight for you! I am so excited for this book to come out! I am a history buff, love World War 2 era, and just plain adore historical fiction, so I am so excited for my friend Jesseca’s release of this book! If you like to read, I hope you get this book when it comes out! I am waiting with baited breath and perhaps some nail-biting. Ok, I never bite my nails, but I am excited! EEP! Isn’t the cover awesome?

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BOUND: Chapter 10 by Victoria Lynn

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Chapter 10:

“Defend the weak and the fatherless; uphold the cause of the poor and the oppressed. Rescue the weak and the needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked.” ~Psalm 82:3-4


Jason snatched his pack from the ground. Recklessly tossing in his few scattered belongings, he followed behind Casey as close as he dared. Something was obviously wrong and he wasn’t about to be the cause of someone else’s misery. Not again. By failing to take action, you became a contributor to a problem. At least some of his parents teaching had stuck in his head.Read More »

Tag, You’re it!

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I was tagged by a new blog friend and I decided to jump on the opportunity! Yay! Thanks Allison! This was a blast!

1) What is something you loved to do when you were little? Um. . . like, read? LOL! No, but for entertainment, we would play outside and there would be some level of play acting. Settlers on the prairie, farmers, villains and princesses. You name it. Though I, my friends, was the master fort builder. Farm shanty? No problem. Wigwam out of willow branches? I’m on it. Hidden house underneath a pine tree? Got you covered!Read More »

BOUND Chapter 9 by Victoria Lynn

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Chapter 9

“The worst feeling is feeling unwanted.” ~unknown


“No!” Casey felt the yell rip through her. She felt betrayed, angry to the core and scared to death.

“Casey honey, I know you don’t want to go home. . .” Miz Mariah started to come down the steps, but Casey interrupted her.

“No! you promised I could stay! You said I could live here with you!” She sobbed. “ I don’t want to go!” She turned and ran as fast as she could towards the barn. She could hide there. She heard the footsteps from behind her before she felt the arm go around her waist. She kicked and swung her arms. Her fist connected to something solid and she heard an “oomph!” Her knuckles hurt from the impact. Tears blinded her and she couldn’t catch a breath.Read More »

The “Big Things for God” Myth

the big things for god myth

I was reading a book recently. An enjoyable, lovely piece of fiction by Sharon Hinck. That is neither here, nor there, but I was confronted with the same Myth that has plagued me my whole life. And a myth which I believe plagues many people like me. Girls, boys, teenagers, men, women, adults and children alike, this myth has become a distraction and a tool of the enemy.

That myth that I am talking of is the “Big Things for God” Myth.Read More »