Christmas Reading

    Christmas is my favorite time of the year for reading. The stories are filled with hope, joy and often romance. Last year I enjoyed reading Noelle's Golden Christmas by Tamie Dearen, (You can read me review here) so when I learned she was releasing another Christmas novel, I jumped at the chance to share it with you.   This Christmas, Haley Martin may … [Read more...]

A Review and Blog Tour~Just a Closer Walk

If you have read any mail order bride stories, you've probably noticed that even though the bride and groom never met each other, they are both genuinely good people. It's a rare story that has a scam or a truly bad person either write or respond to the mail order bride advertisement. Faith Blum took that rare theme and wrote three novellas about five young ladies duped into … [Read more...]

Interview with author Annie Douglass Lima

  On May 2, 2015 we hosted Annie Douglass Lima when she revealed the cover of her new novel,  The Collar and the Cavvarach. Today she has agreed to an interview and we are delighted to have her here.  So let's get started!   Annie, tell us a little bit about yourself, where you are from, your family, and your Christian background.  I was born in Southern … [Read more...]

Solitary confinement: What I learned about it while writing “Robbed of Soul”

We are pleased to welcome author Lois D Brown . She has a new book and a phenmomenal giveaway! Maria Branson, the protagonist of my latest novel, Robbed of Soul, sees ghosts. No, she’s not psychic. She suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome after being in solitary confinement for eight months in Tehran. Before doing research about solitary confinement and PTSD,  I … [Read more...]

A Rose in Bloom

I discovered Tamie Dearen's novels when I read Her Best Match, a lively Rom-com whose main character is a mature woman. I enjoyed it so much, I downloaded the entire series and have designated them my "emergency reads". You know the type I am talking about.  The hormones are out of balance, everything annoys you and you can't decide if you want to cry or yell.  I am pleased … [Read more...]

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