“It takes a village.” I’ve heard this phrase my whole life, though I never put too much stock into it. It was just a thing that people say. However, over the past few months, I’ve had to come to grips with the absolute truth of this old saying – which was not an easy thing … More It Takes A Village
I’ve been keeping this bottled up for a few weeks now… except for the poor dears that had to listen to my ecstatic “GUESS WHO I GOT AN INTERVIEW WITH?” Sorry you guys, but I was just really happy about it. Tracy’s book is titled “The Sentinels of Andersonville”, and I reviewed it here. I … More Spotlight On: Tracy Groot
BONUS POST simply because this book has been on my mind since I finished it a few days ago. Reluctant debutante Keziah Montgomery lives beneath the weighty expectations of her staunch Confederate family, forced to keep her epilepsy secret for fear of a scandal. As the tensions of the Civil War arrive on their doorstep … More Book Review: Engraved On The Heart by Tara Johnson
“But this is ME, God! This is the one thing that is MINE that no one can touch!” I said, ignoring the truth that God was speaking into my heart. He reminded me that if I held something up between me and Him, then He had more than enough power to take it away. .. … More Does God Care About My Novel?
Confession: I’m a super slow reader. Not as in, “the… dog… chased… the… orange… cat…” I’m more like, “the dog chased the orange cat… hmm. Why did they list the cat’s color but not the dog’s? What about the dog’s backstory could possibly contribute to the reason he is chasing the cat? Will this be … More What I Read in August