Guest Authors and Special Features

Interview with Nancy Daley from The Sleuth’s Miscalculation by Kimberly Rose Johnson

Today I’m interviewing Nancy Daley the heroine in the book The Sleuth’s Miscalculation. Book one in The Librarian Sleuth series. Kimberly: Hi, Nancy. Thanks for taking the time to visit with us today. To start us off what why are you a librarian and not a P.I.? Nancy: To be honest becoming a private investigator… Continue reading Interview with Nancy Daley from The Sleuth’s Miscalculation by Kimberly Rose Johnson

Contemporary Christian Fiction

Book Review | Dead Drift by Dani Pettrey

Burning debris littering the ground . . . smoke pluming in the acrid air . . . this is just the beginning if he fails. Seven years ago, operative Luke Gallagher vanished to become part of an elite team set on capturing a deadly terrorist. When Luke returns to face those he left behind, their… Continue reading Book Review | Dead Drift by Dani Pettrey

Guest Authors and Special Features

Designed for Story by Guest Author Mary Davis

Did you know that the human brain is designed to respond to story? To crave it? I’m saddened when people don’t value fiction or think it’s a waste of time. They might says something like, “Oh, I don’t read fiction,” or “I only read nonfiction.” Their tone and/or look tells me they think fiction is… Continue reading Designed for Story by Guest Author Mary Davis

Contemporary Christian Fiction

Book Review | Before I Saw You by Amy K. Sorrells

Folks are dying fast as the ash trees in the southern Indiana town ravaged by the heroin epidemic… …where Jaycee Givens lives with nothing more than a thread of hope and a quirky neighbor, Sudie, who rescues injured wildlife. After a tragedy leaves her mother in prison, Jaycee is carrying grief and an unplanned pregnancy… Continue reading Book Review | Before I Saw You by Amy K. Sorrells

Children's Christian Fiction

Middle-Grade Fiction Review – Selah’s Painted Dream by Susan Count

Thirteen-year-old Selah’s life is about as perfect as it gets. She has horsy friends at school, and on weekends, she rides her black mare on Grandpa’s farm. Training the horse to do upper-level liberty work is what makes her heart beat. But one word can ruin a perfect life—moving. A move would separate her from… Continue reading Middle-Grade Fiction Review – Selah’s Painted Dream by Susan Count

Guest Authors and Special Features

Story Behind the Cover (and Why I Love It So Much!) By Annette M. Irby

When my editor and the cover artist and I sat down to search images of couples for this book’s cover, I had no idea we’d land on a shot like this. If you’ve ever tried to find a photograph that matches your imagination, you know the challenge that can be. As I was writing this… Continue reading Story Behind the Cover (and Why I Love It So Much!) By Annette M. Irby

Guest Authors and Special Features

Fiction: Full of Truth by Davalynn Spencer

“If God can make everything new again, in spite of the hard, painful parts, then we should let Him.” This quote is from my latest book, An Unexpected Redemption, Book 2 of the Front Range Brides series. A reviewer chose these words as one of her favorite lines from a character in the story who isn’t taking… Continue reading Fiction: Full of Truth by Davalynn Spencer