Roughly twenty years ago, Christy was my first Christian fiction experience. At the time I was a young teenager with a historical fiction obsession and I had recently watched the television mini-series based on the book. I still have that same paperback copy of Christy, it is well loved and worn yet brilliantly timeless […]
While I’ve been busy reading, reading, reading… they aren’t books I can share with y’all here on the blog, sorry! To make it up to you, let’s have a little fun today, reader friends… and by fun, I obviously mean something bookish like drooling over covers and a giveaway!!! Whoop whoop! […]
Readers (like me) who enjoy deep, rich, authentic historical fiction NEED to read a novel crafted by today’s featured author! Every one of her stories is an epic adventure on paper and in my heart. Plus, she brought along a giveaway too! […]
please read disclosures & policies purchases via affiliate links offset the cost of this website. thank you! March was in like a lamb and out like a lion! I apologize for the increase in posts this past week, sickness sure throws careful planning for a loop. Here are the newest additions to my all-time favorites! […]
Join the journey as one word etched in Latin on an ancient bronze bottle travels through the centuries to reach five young women who are struggling to maintain their faith in God and love. An Irish princess, a Scottish story weaver, a Post-Colonial nurse, a cotton mill worker, and a maid who nearly drowned each receive a message from the bottle just when they need their hope restored. But will the bottle also bring them each to a man whose love will endure? […]
January was a delightful bookish month here on the blog! Several additions to my all-time favorites! What are some of your favorites from January?
After being imprisoned and branded for the death of her client, twenty-five-year-old midwife Julianne Chevalier trades her life sentence for exile to the fledgling 1720s French colony of Louisiana, where she hopes to be reunited with her brother, serving there as a soldier. To make the journey, though, women must be married, and Julianne is […]