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
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!
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
I am excited to join in the cover reveal for Natalie Walters' second book, Deadly Deceit! This is Book 2 in the Harbored Secrets series that starts with Living Lies which is coming out May 21st and is now up for pre-order! About the Book Independent and tenacious journalist Vivian DeMarco is back in Walton, … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Deadly Deceit by Natalie Walters
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
So, ladies, in celebration of this divinely romantic holiday of Saint Valentine, let us pay tribute to all the men in our lives—including the fictional ones. That’s right, you heard me. Those fictional heartthrobs that live on our bookshelf. AKA, the parallel universe where a man can be sweet, thoughtful, (totally gorgeous!), and perfect in … Continue reading Julie Arnold on Real Men and Fictional Heartthrobs
Miracles in Novel Writing By Michelle Ule My entire life changed one day, along with that of my family, friends and church. On the very day my agent and I planned to discuss my next project, an editor called looking for one. She sought an inspirational historical novel that began the day World War I … Continue reading Miracles in Novel Writing By Michelle Ule