Tag Archives: Christian Fiction

LoRee Peery’s in the Kitchen!

Thanks to the Food Network, we’re getting introduced to a wide variety of new ingredients from the world over. Some of them are a curiosity, especially to author LoRee Peery~~~ I call myself a lump in the kitchen, even though … Continue reading

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Pure Hollywood: a Review

Can fifteen-year-old movie actress Jeralyn Rose avoid the fate of so many child stars—embitterment, rehab, and the inevitable tell-all? Only if she can figure out a way to stay true to her faith while remaining a hot Hollywood property. All … Continue reading

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Ane Mulligan: Author, Director, Sister Redhead

Ane Mulligan is one of my favorite people on the planet. Fun and funny, practical and pragmatic, and talented beyond belief, she spent years as ACFW’s Zone Coordinator and favorite cheerleader. In 2019, she shifted those responsibilities to me so … Continue reading

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Proud of My Authors

Few things are more satisfying than being named a finalist for a national, highly-coveted award—except winning the award, of course. Unfortunately, the amount of time between finding out these wonderful authors became finalists and finding out who won is too … Continue reading

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99c Sale!

From now until August 15, you can get my Grace Award winning Give the Lady a Ride for only 99c–and not just on Amazon! The eVersion is available on Apple, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo too! When Patricia Talbert, a New … Continue reading

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A Clearing in the Wild, a Review

Book Details Historical Women’s Fiction at its most compelling. Based on the true story of Emma Wagner Giesy, a Christian pilgrim from Missouri to Washington state in the 1850s, this novel illustrates the challenges a young, outspoken woman faces as … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned from The Dance

Monday, I reviewed this wonderful novel, The Dance, and gave my impressions of the context. Today, I want to go back and illustrate what I learned through Walsh and Smalley’s writing. I classify this novel as Christian Fiction because if you … Continue reading

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Cool Books for Summer!

The newest releases from your favorite ACFW authors! More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Forever Home by Amy Grochowski — A Canadian Amish farmer proposes a convenient marriage to … Continue reading

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New ACFW Titles for May!

Newbies from some of your favorite Christian authors! More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Children’s: The Edge of Everywhen by A.S. Mackey — Begin with an ancient, mysterious, self-aware book. Add … 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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