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
Are you looking for the perfect little addition to your Easter baskets? Good News! It’s Easter! is the first title in my brand-new series of board books for little ones and I have a signed copy to give away! Published by Discovery House, this adorable new release celebrates the arrival of spring in all its loveliness. … Continue reading Celebrating the Release of Good News! It’s Easter! With a Giveaway!