Historical Fiction

12 Days at Bleakly Manor by Michelle Griep

England, 1851: When Clara Chapman receives an intriguing invitation to spend Christmas at an English manor home, she is hesitant yet feels compelled to attend—for if she remains the duration of the twelve-day celebration, she is promised a sum of five hundred pounds. But is she walking into danger? It appears so, especially when she comes face… Continue reading 12 Days at Bleakly Manor by Michelle Griep

Historical Fiction

Steal Away Home: Charles Spurgeon and Thomas Johnson, Unlikely Friends on the Passage to Freedom by Matt Carter and Aaron Ivey

“There are friends that require much talking as they are insecure with silence—but there are other friends which require no words, no dialogue for enjoyment.” About the Book Thomas Johnson and Charles Spurgeon lived worlds apart. Johnson, an American slave, born into captivity and longing for freedom–Spurgeon, an Englishman born into relative ease and comfort,… Continue reading Steal Away Home: Charles Spurgeon and Thomas Johnson, Unlikely Friends on the Passage to Freedom by Matt Carter and Aaron Ivey

Special Features

Cookbook Review: The New American Heart Association Cookbook 9th Edition

From the Publisher Here is the ultimate resource for anyone looking to improve cardiac health and lose weight, offering 800 recipes–100 all new, 150 refreshed–that cut saturated fat and cholesterol. The American Heart Association’s cornerstone cookbook has sold more than three million copies and it’s now fully updated and expanded to reflect the association’s latest guidelines as… Continue reading Cookbook Review: The New American Heart Association Cookbook 9th Edition

Special Features

How Historical Fiction Connects to A Modern-Day Reader by Angie Dicken

Can you even imagine stepping foot on a barren prairie and saying, “I am going to make my home here.” And then, you do, using the land itself? That’s what my characters do in my debut novel, The Outlaw’s Second Chance. These days, I’d grab my iPhone and look up the best contractor out there,… Continue reading How Historical Fiction Connects to A Modern-Day Reader by Angie Dicken

Contemporary Christian Fiction

Then There Was You by Kara Isaac

“See, that’s the thing. The church at its worst is ugly. It’s corrupt and self-serving and destructive. But the church at its best? It changes the world. It defends the oppressed, cares for the poor, and walks alongside those who need it most.”   Janine, Then There Was You About the Book Paige McAllister needs… Continue reading Then There Was You by Kara Isaac

Historical Fiction

Book Review » A Name Unknown by Roseanna M. White

“He had never doubted God heard him. The rest of the world—they were the ones who couldn’t make out his intent through his stammering tongue. But what must it feel like to doubt the basic truth? That God heard. God answered. God could be trusted.” —Peter Holstein, A Name Unknown My Thoughts A Name Unknown opens… Continue reading Book Review » A Name Unknown by Roseanna M. White