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
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!
A Prostitute Seeks Her Revenge–In 1942, Miyako Matsuura cradled her little brother as he died on the sidewalk, a victim of the first U.S. bombing raid on Japan. By 1948, the war has reduced her to a street-hardened prostitute consumed by her shame. A WWII Hero Finds His True Mission–Captured by the Japanese after piloting a B-25 in … Continue reading Book Review | The Plum Blooms in Winter by Linda Thompson
As a writer, I started off writing speculative fiction. Following the advice of agents and editors, I turned to Techno-thrillers. They all told me that I should write what I know, and that was the world of military/police work. My first book, Assault on Saint Agnes, was an award winner and I'm very proud of … Continue reading Guest Author Joseph Courtemanche
“Because I’m worth it”, ends L’Oreal commercials after a beautiful model combs her fingers through her silky hair. The tagline is catchy and memorable, and maybe that’s because in some way, we all want to be worth it. Will we find that worth in temporary hair products or in a glamourous shine to our hair? … Continue reading Your Worth Is Found in the One Who Made You by Chrissy M. Dennis
When I think fantasy I have visions of epic sword fights, damsels in distress, and kings in their castles. I imagine dragons and fairies, strange lands that are too beautiful to exist. Yet something that always fascinated me—almost more than the amazing worlds I was transported to in the pages of a book—was an author’s … Continue reading Come As It May: How I Write Christian Speculative Fiction by Erica Marie Hogan
For many, maybe most, Veteran’s day is a day of celebration. Despite the vitriolic politics of late, Americans are a patriotic people, and we love to honor those who have served. I can think of so many times that I, personally, have had total strangers thank me for my service, or offer to buy my … Continue reading For Those who are War Torn on Veteran’s Day By Jeffrey Wilson