My Thoughts I thought Practically Married by Karin Beery was a clever twist on a contemporary romance story. Ashley is alone in the world, except for her elderly aunt and uncle. She wants a family and her solution is a unique one. But it doesn’t quite turn out as she’d hoped! Russ is surrounded by family and yet feels alone…. Read More
My Thoughts Set in the snow-covered land of Alaska, Alana Terry has written another exciting Christian thriller in the Alaskan Refuge series about a young single mother whose past comes back to haunt her and how she must trust in God during the most difficult time of her life. The main character, Jade, is a well-drawn character who has been… Read More
My Thoughts Hashtag Rogue is a Christian fiction novel by Chautona Havig. The office tech, Flynne, sees danger and, when her boss doesn’t believe her, takes matters into her own hands despite not having any experience. I love Flynne. She’s totes adorbs with her out-of-fashion teen-speak and multicolored hair. And you can tell she very much cares about the Agency… Read More
Waiting for God by Xochitl Dixon is a 31-day devotional to walk through the times when you wait for God. We never know why God waits to answer prayer, to reveal His plan, or to teach us something. We must lean on Him regardless of circumstance and hardship. And this book strikes right to the heart of the matter. Waiting… Read More
*SPOILER ALERT* A Discovery of Witches is a contemporary fantasy romance, which I wasn’t enthusiastic to read at first. It comes in at a whopping 500+ pages and the first few chapters were a bit slow. I’m glad I stuck it out, though, as the pacing certainly picked up the pace by Chapter 5.
After much anticipation, I received my order of two Traveler’s Notebooks from Code & Quill this past week. Exciting though it was to help support a Kickstarter campaign, I can honestly say that while I will use it, it’s not the notebook of my dreams. Let me tell you why.