• Jan. 17th, 2014 Every Good and Every Perfect Gift

    I saw it in his eyes. The flash of confusion followed hard by disappointment. His five-year-old heart sank as he examined the new Lego Fire Truck complete with firemen, hoses, and a house with the roof ablaze. He looked at me and my heart melted when he said, so low I could barely hear him, [ read more ]

  • Jan. 12th, 2014 No One To Trust by Lynette Eason

    There are only a handful of authors whose books shoot to the top of my to-be-read pile as soon as they become available. Lynette Eason is one of those authors. No One To Trust is the first novel in her new Hidden Identity series. I was a little sad to say goodbye to the characters in the Deadly Reunions Series [ read more ]

  • Jan. 2nd, 2014 Let Him Decide Where to Put You

    Several years ago, my dad made a beautiful mirrored coat rack. I had the perfect wall for it and it hung in a place of prominence in my home where it received oohs and ahhs from friends, family, and guests. Then we moved. Our new home has an open floor plan with short walls. Most [ read more ]

  • Dec. 12th, 2013 Messed up, Broken, Crazy, Family

    I love this time year. LOVE.IT. As a kid, it was all about the presents. OK. It still is, a little. But as an adult, I’ve come to appreciate the weeks leading up to Christmas. The time that is commonly referred to as Advent. Last year, I made Jesse Tree ornaments and placed them on a [ read more ]

  • Nov. 27th, 2013 Aloha Rose and Carolina Reckoning

    Anyone else feel like the holiday hustle began right after Halloween this year? It’s been CRAZY at my house.  But, you know me. I’ve always got time to read a good book. Or two! And I want to share them with you. I met Lisa Carter in 2010 at the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference , before she had an agent, or [ read more ]

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