They say my problem is not too many books but not enough bookshelves. So what happens when you run out of room for more shelves? 😂 #readerproblemsI love books but they are taking over my house!! Introducing Shelf-Esteem Used Books I've listed a few titles (more to come) for sale on my ✨NEW✨ Instagram page. … Continue reading In the market for gently used Christian books?
It’s cover reveal time for Shiloh, the second installment in Lori Benton's Kindred duology.
Mountain Laurel #1 in Kindred series North Carolina, 1793 Ian Cameron, a Boston cabinetmaker turned frontier trapper, has come to Mountain Laurel hoping to remake himself yet again—into his planter uncle’s heir. No matter how uneasily the role of slave owner rests upon his shoulders. Then he meets Seona—beautiful, artistic, and enslaved to his kin. … Continue reading Book Review | Mountain Laurel by Lori Benton
About the Book An impossible decision in the chaos of D-Day. Ripples that cascade seventy-five years into the present. And two lives transformed by the tenuous resolve to reach out of the darkness toward fragments of light. Cancer stole everything from Ceelie—her peace of mind, her self-image, perhaps even her twenty-three-year marriage to her college … Continue reading Book Review | Fragments of Light by Michèle Phoenix
To Be Used at Cocktail Parties: Arsenic, Axes, and Imperialist Symbols The Unused Research of Shadow among Sheaves 1. Intro During a recent late-night research session, I learned that Dr. Robert Liston, a famous 19th century surgeon, could amputate a leg in just under thirty seconds, sans anesthesia. “Time me, gentlemen!” he was rumored to … Continue reading To Be Used at Cocktail Parties: Arsenic, Axes, and Imperialist Symbols—The Unused Research of Shadow Among Sheaves by Guest Author Naomi Stephens
About the Book Can an Israelite captive, wrenched from all she loves, serve the very man who destroyed her village? Miriam is asked to do the impossible: serve the wife of Naaman, commander of the Syrian army. Clinging to treasured memories of home and faith, Miriam faces captivity with worry and bitterness. Little does she … Continue reading Middle-Grade Book Review | The Heart Changer by Jarm Del Boccio
Two women, three hundred years apart, must face the devastation of all they hold dear... Suspecting her husband is having an affair, Sarah Rodrigues fights to appear unbroken while attempting to salvage her family. Though distracted by her own troubles, Sarah is summoned to an elderly friend’s deathbed for an unusual request—find a long-lost daughter … Continue reading Book Review | The Edge of Mercy by Heidi Chiavaroli
I am obsessed with National Parks! Many of you know I've hosted a National Park Week series on the blog called Authors, Novels & National Parks to highlight Christian fiction set in our parks. So naturally, when I learned Elizabeth Goddard's first trade-length novel was inspired by her trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, … Continue reading Q&A With Elizabeth Goddard
Happy President's Day! In celebration of our Presidents, I'd like to give you a taste of President Grant's visit to the Thousand Islands in Upstate New York. The entire story is in Katelyn's Choice, the first book in the Thousand Islands Gilded Age series that releases on March 15. Visit www.SusanGMathis.com for more. Here's the story: Katelyn Kavanagh’s … Continue reading Presidents’ Day | Guest Author Susan G. Mathis
As a book blogger, I'm always checking Goodreads and Amazon for what's coming next in Christian fiction. I just happened to be on patrol this Saturday when a title, The End of the Magi, caught my eye. A quick check told me this book is coming in November from Bethany House Publishers and it's written … Continue reading Cover Reveal: The End of the Magi by Patrick W. Carr