Category Archives: Reviews of exceptional books

Historical Romance Fun

I recently finished Kathleen Y’Barbo’s The Inconvenient Marriage of Charlotte Beck. That one was just too fun—classic Y’Barbo. She can come up with the cutest plots, not to mention fun characters! Charlotte had me laughing loud enough to raise MSB’s eyebrows. … Continue reading

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Jessie’s Hope: a Review

Jennifer Hallmark’s book, Jessie’s Hope, isn’t just her debut novel, it’s also a 2020 Selah Award finalist–which says a lot about the quality of the story and its writing. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Jessie’s Hope is more than a romance. … Continue reading

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Review: Christmas in Love

Okay, so I’m late to be writing a review of a Christmas collection, but I was late reading it. In December 2019—Christmas had already passed—I found Jessica Ferguson’s book in my Kindle. Jess is a dear, personal friend of mine, … Continue reading

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Review: Every Breath You Take

Occasionally, I like a break from reading romance, and Every Breath You Take was the perfect break I needed. When I read the back-cover copy, I expected this to be a nail-biter of a suspense: “Detective Kristen Conner may not … Continue reading

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Messages: A Review

Occasionally, I come across a book that frustrates me to no end, but I still enjoy it. Messages is such a book. Something or someone–God perhaps?–sends the main character, David Chance, messages by means of words highlighted from various sources. One … Continue reading

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Hodgepodge News

Book Sale! Coming Home–a fun, eclectic collection. Seven different authors, seven different stories, four different genres, all centered around tiny houses and the people who live in them. All the novellas, whether written by multi-published authors or first-time published, are … Continue reading

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2018 Favorite Novels

According to Goodreads, I set my goal for 2018 at 36 books. What was I thinking? Between those I edit and those I write, I don’t have time for pleasure reading. By the end of the year, I logged in … Continue reading

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Wayfarer–the birth of a superhero

Katie has a new one!!! And for KM Weiland fans everywhere, it’s about time. Katie takes time with her work, going over it with such a fine-toothed comb that by the time she sends it to me, there’s nothing more … Continue reading

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Book Review: Liar’s Winter

Liar’s Winter, by Cindy Sproles, is one of the most exceptional novels in the Christian Fiction genre that I’ve read in a long time. It’s a story about prejudice: the ignorance behind it, the personal pain resulting from it, and … Continue reading

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Exciting New Christian Titles for April!

April 2018 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Pelican Point by Irene Hannon — After inheriting a crumbling lighthouse, ex-Army doctor Ben Garrison wants to sell it. … Continue reading

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