When you were a baby, I told Daddy that if you ever went to an out-of-state university that I would follow you wherever you went. As much as I want to keep my word, I know it's fanciful. 🤷♀️ My little Robin will one day spread her wings and leave my nest. I don't like … Continue reading A Letter to my Oldest Daughter
It's such an encouraging book that helped me reflect. There are areas in my life that I thought I had moved on, which I had, but not in a healthy way that God intended. If you are dealing with guilt, regret, or feeling stuck, this book will motivate you to move forward and live with … Continue reading Live Like There’s No Yesterday: Book Review
On Tuesday, I hit the lowest of my blue day segments. God knows I prayed as my head hit the pillow, and later as I knelt in my closet after I pushed to get out of bed. Monday, had been good after many gloomy days, so why did I feel this heaviness again. I didn't … Continue reading “You are my Daughter”
A few days ago I wrote about depression and hoping for better days. The following day I found an old note book heading for the trash but I quickly scanned it to make sure there was nothing of value written in it. I found this on the back cover. Perfect timing when getting out of … Continue reading Perfect Findings
How do you fight the funk? When you know the triggers you learn to avoid it. But when it sneaks up on you and it pushes you off balance, do you try to figure out what happened as you stagger through the days? Or do you force a smile so big your jaw hurts, in … Continue reading Better Days Ahead
My heart raced in rhythm to the horse's hooves as they dashed in and out of danger. Debbie held me captive 'til the very end of this medieval novel where mistrust abides with every clang of a sword. Deirdre & Bryce would have avoided so much heartache if they hadn't been so skeptical of each … Continue reading Sword Of Trust: Book Review, Author Interview, and Giveaway!!
A heartfelt reminder Author Kimberly Duffy weaves into this gem, A Tapestry of Light. With both Indian and British blood running through Ottilie's veins, she faces rejection at every turn. My heart ached as she tried to fit in either country but fell through the cracks in both. Whether through racism, failure, or the loss … Continue reading “You aren’t unwanted. And never will be.”
Loved it!! All stalker books are creepy because you don't know who it is! When skeletal remains are found, ghosts from the past pop out, and Emma finds her secret admirer has similar actions to a previous murder that was pegged on her brother. Such a tangled mess and the three main suspects are her … Continue reading Obsession
Happy release day to Darlene! You won't want to miss this fast-paced novel with a surprising twist to the nail-biting plot. And of course, I loved the romantic ending Layke and Hannah have. After risking their lives to save the children kidnapped in a child labor ring, they deserve some happiness 😉. What was the … Continue reading Author Interview with Darlene L. Turned and Giveaway!
5 stars!!! It was hard to pause or stop this audio because it was so good! The narrator did an amazing job for this outstanding biblical fiction! Mesu Andrews captures the inner conflict of Sheba with perfection. Submitting to Yahweh's law would be disregarding everything she was raised to believe in. Not to mention the … Continue reading In the Shadow of Jezebel: Audiobook Review