Category: character

  • Arianna is going on a blog tour!

    Arianna is going on a blog tour!

    Arianna, available in Kindle e-book, paperback, and hardcover on Amazon, is going on a blog tour through Rachel’s Random Resources! Tour starts this Friday and goes through the 21st! Reviews and excerpts and an author interview will be featured on the various blogs on the list! Please follow!

  • When God Shows Up

    “I need You; oh, I need You.”  I tried to stop the lyrics from playing in my head. I didn’t want to hear them. “Every hour I need you.” Yet they persisted. “My one Defense, my Righteousness. Oh, God, how I need You.” (“Lord, I Need You,” Matt Maher) But I didn’t want to need […]

  • Review of Sea Spray (Time Box #3) by John A. Heldt

    Sea Spray by John A. Heldt My rating: 5 of 5 stars Sea Spray is the third is the Time Box Series by John A. Heldt. The story continues the journey of time-traveling family, the Lanes, as they arrive in New York City in 1927. Caught up in the glitz and glamor of of the […]

  • It’s Okay to Crash

    It’s Okay to Crash

    You might crash sometimes, and it might hurt. But you don’t have to burn. Maybe you’ve been burning the wick at both ends for too long, but don’t worry–you won’t use up all your fuel. What’s fuelling you? Motivation? Inspiration? Obligation? A few weeks ago, I wrote that it was okay to breathe. I shared […]

  • It’s Okay to Breathe

    It’s Okay to Breathe

    …In fact, it’s good for you. Yes. Breathing is essential, a very basic need for survival. But I’m talking about breathing in more than the physical, life-giving sense. Do you ever feel like you just can’t catch up in your own race? Or that you’re running that marathon in circles, ever-doomed to repeat the same […]

  • Book Review: This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger

    This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger My rating: 5 of 5 stars Every so often, when sifting through sand, you find a precious gem. This book is one of them. This Tender Land is a timeless coming-of-age story that is highly literary. The story is told from a much older version of the protagonist […]

  • New Release: Murder: It’s All in Your Head

    See the page below for more info! My next release is a psychological thriller called Murder: It’s All in Your Head. Release date: Dec. 5, 2020 https://www.amazon.com/Murder-Its-All-Your-Head-ebook/dp/B08CMBKSY2/   via Murder: It’s All in Your Head

  • Review of Of Knights and Dogfights by Ellie Midwood

    Of Knights and Dogfights: A WWII Novel by Ellie Midwood My rating: 5 of 5 stars Ellie Midwood, expert of World War II historical fiction, has done it again. She’s crafted a gripping, emotional tale about the everyday person who lived through such harrowing times. In Of Knights and Dogfights, we meet two young men […]

  • Review of Eternal Flame: A Rose of Anzio Story by Alexa Kang

    Eternal Flame: A Rose of Anzio Story by Alexa Kang My rating: 5 of 5 stars This story is a YA, romance, time-travel, historical fiction. And I love the premise: a soldier from 1944 and a teenage-girl from 1989 in love! I don’t read many time-travel stories, but time travel is something that intrigues me, […]

  • Review of Final Mission: Zion – A World War 2 Thriller by Chuck Driskell

    Final Mission: Zion – A World War 2 Thriller by Chuck Driskell My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is a powerful story of the resilience of the human spirit during times of atrocity and how ultimately our choices define us. Neil Reuter is an American who fought during the Great War and has since […]