The Tory’s Daughter by Angela K. Couch If you love a marriage of convenience stories set in the background of war, you will love the emotional tension of this story. I’m a huge American Revolution fan purely for the complexities that come from families and neighbors whose loyalties are divided. Angela does a great job… Continue reading The Tory’s Daughter by Angela K. Couch
A Perfect Weakness By Jennifer A. Davids Sometimes while in the throes of a terrible family crisis, you just have to escape into the pages of a good book to survive. A Perfect Weakness was the escape I needed during such a time and so much more. It was not only a pleasure… Continue reading A Perfect Weakness by Jennifer A. Davids
I am so excited to get back into the swing of things and dig into some great books. Which ones are on your TBR pile? November 2018 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Christmas in Jingle Junction by Tabitha Bouldin — In… Continue reading November 2018 ACFW New Releases
Thank you for your patience. It will be a few more weeks before I can return to my normal schedule due to some family health issues, but book reviews WILL return in November. For now, enjoy these October releases. October 2018 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW… Continue reading October 2018 New Releases
Life is a little crazy right now, so for kicks, I just thought I’d share some of my favorite writing memes. Enjoy and have a peek into a writer’s life! And as a bonus, my favorite of all time. I seriously just want to make this into a poster and hang it on my wall.
I am so incredibly blessed to have Erica Vetsch as a guest today to whet your appetite for a wonderful writing resource written by her and nine other award-winning authors. You won’t want to miss Writing from the Trenches or Erica’s answer to the question, Am I done yet? And since I haven’t done a giveaway… Continue reading Am I Done Yet? – Guest Post by Erica Vetsch
As a writer, it is inevitable that life will interrupt. Whether it be piles of laundry and your kids reminding you they had to wear the same pair of underwear three times this week (hasn’t happened yet this month, but we’ve come close), or it being something more dramatic. For me, it has been the… Continue reading When Life Interrupts