Book Review: Ashes to Honor by Loree LoughAfter September 11, 2011, multi-published Loree Lough decided she wanted to write a series of novels that would honor the heroes of that fateful day. The firs...
Topics: EMT, Anne Baxter, Christian fiction, loree lough, first responder, ashes to honor, inspirational fiction
Fiction Friday, ONE MORE TIME, Chapter 43
There will not be a "Fiction Friday" Post next week. Instead, the whole week will be dedicated to Holy Week posts.CHAPTER 43 - AUGUST, 30 CE – THE INTERVIEWBy the time Sarah had prepared breakfast D...
Book Review: LOST AND FOUND by Ginny L. Yttrup
Wow, Ginny Yttrup, this book is deeply profound. When I read Words last August (See August 25 short review), I thought I'd read a classic. This one beats it. I don't think any review will ever do it ...
Fiction Friday, ONE MORE TIME, Chapter 42
CHAPTER 42 - AUGUST, 30 CE – THE WALLS OF TYREHamath’s sandals wore out about half way to Tyre, but he continued barefoot, making poor progress until the blisters on his feet became calluses.Now i...
Topics: Anne M Baxter, Ptolamais, Fiction Friday, Christian fiction, Tyre, Ann M Baxter, Biblical Fiction
Just Thinking: Who Am I Writing For?
This is my graduation picture. And yes, I was starry-eyed, innocent, full of dreams of knights in shining armor. Sure that everyone was exactly what they seemed to be on the surface. This picture did ...
Topics: Christian fiction, Toastmasters, books, writing for God, who am I writing for, reading, writing, Biblical Fiction