Guest Authors and Special Features

Soldier On Book Launch Blog Tour and Giveaway

As a mom of four littles, mom-brain is a daily burden. I misplace things. I lose track of time. I have to keep three different calendars up-to-date to ensure I don’t forget to do something, and then have to remember to keep those three different calendars in sync. It’s a wonder I’m able to function… Continue reading Soldier On Book Launch Blog Tour and Giveaway

Historical Fiction

Fall Picks 🍁 3 Christian Novels You Should Cozy Up With Season

Welcome, everyone! Here in Arkansas, we’ve been enjoying fall-like temperatures for the past few weeks. My electric throw has claimed it’s cool weather spot on the back of our couch and I’ve already used the seat heaters in the minivan. It’s my favorite time of year to cozy up with a good book. Have you… Continue reading Fall Picks 🍁 3 Christian Novels You Should Cozy Up With Season

Guest Authors and Special Features

Childlike Faith in Writing by Guest Author Amy Rognlie

I started writing my newest novel, Where There’s a Will, the same way I always start a new book—with great excitement, yet tempered with the enormity of the task before me. What truth did God want me to share through this story? How would He use my own experiences, my own humanness, to communicate hope… Continue reading Childlike Faith in Writing by Guest Author Amy Rognlie

Contemporary Christian Fiction

☕️ Book Review: A Caffeine Conundrum by Angela Ruth Strong

Solving a murder mystery is harder when you don’t trust your partner…or their taste in beverages. Sassy city girl Tandy Brandt moves to the small town of Grace Springs to start a coffee shop, never imagining she’ll be competing with local beauty queen Marissa Alexander and her dream of running a tea house. Unfortunately, the… Continue reading ☕️ Book Review: A Caffeine Conundrum by Angela Ruth Strong

Guest Authors and Special Features

Chad Pettit & The Fate of the Watchman

Do We Care? I don’t care. People are drowning, and I don’t care. All around me there is divorce, abuse, starvation, suicide, drug use, human trafficking, violence, homelessness, and sorrow. All of that is a blur as I drive past it, focused on getting to work, getting home, to the store, Starbucks, or even to… Continue reading Chad Pettit & The Fate of the Watchman

Christian Non-Fiction · Guest Authors and Special Features

Jane Austen’s Spiritual Heritage: The Importance of Family Devotions

by Guest Author Rachel Dodge In a time when the technology we use is continually pulling us toward isolation, we often feel starved for community. We were made for fellowship with God and others, and we long to connect with people in a real way. When we study the lives of Christians who came before… Continue reading Jane Austen’s Spiritual Heritage: The Importance of Family Devotions

Guest Authors and Special Features

Seven Secrets to Funny Fiction by Angela Ruth Strong

I want to write stories that make readers cry so hard that when they read in bed their husbands see the tears on their pillows and think they were drooling in their sleep. (Thank you, Tamera Alexander.) I want to write thrillers that make readers so scared they call the police when their cat knocks… Continue reading Seven Secrets to Funny Fiction by Angela Ruth Strong