This is another delightful, light-hearted romance with all the struggle for love you hope to find in a romance, and for my very busy pre-summer schedule, it was the perfect length! I was able to read this in a couple hours on a day I was playing chauffeur for my family. Daniel is a… Continue reading Terrific Book Tuesday: The Husband Maneuver by Karen Witemeyer
Spring Grove Cemetery is one of Cincinnati’s beautiful attractions, which has drawn visitors for over 150 years. The inciting incident of my current work in progress is the death of the heroine’s grandfather, and what better location for his funeral and burial than this park like cemetery. Should you ever get the chance to… Continue reading TBT: Spring Grove Cemetery
In honor of my cousin’s wedding last weekend, I have decided to share with the world the marriage advice I gave her at her bridal shower. Be forewarned, I do not dance around the hard stuff.
Susan Davis and her son, James Davis, work together to bring a story unlike any I have read before. The Seafaring Women of the Vera B is truly a unique piece of work which carries you off to sea. The amount of research that must have been conducted to create this novel is astounding and fascinating, and the plot is intriguing and believable. Seafaring Women of the Vera B is a swashbuckling adventure I would highly recommend to men and women alike who love adventure and attention to detail. It is truly a rare breed of book, especially in Christian fiction.
Ever heard of a whiskey bottle birthmark asking to be refilled? Ever wondered what a woman can do? Check out these two articles from and 1883 newspaper!
Do you remember those days in school where your teacher made you come up with all these ridiculous synonyms for said? As a fifth grade teacher, I taught my students that said was a boring word. We even had a funeral for said. “Said is dead!” he cried. “He is no more,” she whispered. … Continue reading Writing Craft Wednesday: Said is a Zombie – The Art of Dialogue
In this second installment in the conspiracy to capture Lincoln, several new lovable characters are added and the focus on a love story is more prominent, especially in the first half of the book. However, do not fear, the conspirators against Lincoln raise their ugly heads again and Matthew, as well as Annabelle and the new extended cast, must race to save Lincoln.