Book Review: Dead Letter

“For the first time, Madeline has permission to meddle. Something’s not adding up in the Wintherwood, Ohio bank, and Madeline’s there to figure out why. Sent by the Rockland Pinkerton’s office to investigate shady banking practices, Madeline finally has the opportunity to try out all her developing detective skills. From her new disguise to an … More Book Review: Dead Letter

Thank You, Wow

Last weekend, I spent my third year with Generation Rising at the AFHE homeschool convention. There were a ton of amazing, hilarious, goofy, and downright does-my-brain-even-exist-now-I’m-so-tired conversations. We met with friends, new customers, and fans. Some of my favorite moments were when readers stopped by to tell us how much our books have impacted them. … More Thank You, Wow

Made Me Think

It’s been a weird week away from this blog. Definitely not one I would ask for again. There have been some good things about it, though. Like sweet family gatherings, music that absolutely feeds my soul and brings me close to God, and an Oreo ice cream sandwich that was (not surprisingly) quite amazing. Like, … More Made Me Think

Guest Review: Crossroads (Collab with Lilian, Part 2)

As promised, we’re back with our reviews! Today, I’m reviewing The Girl Who Could See by Kara Swanson over on Lilian’s blog, and she’s reviewing Crossroads by Paul Willis on mine. 😀 Let’s jump in! “Lethal persecution. Haunting decisions. Death just a whisper away. Jack grew up concealing his faith, but now the persecution of … More Guest Review: Crossroads (Collab with Lilian, Part 2)

Book Review: The Matchmakers of Holly Circle

“Flirtation can be an art, or so they say. Well, if so, Ruth and Richard are “the old masters” of the flirting game. Despite their strictly platonic relationship, there’s “something there,” as so many of their friends and families say. Neighbors and friends for ten years, neither seems willing to change the course of their … More Book Review: The Matchmakers of Holly Circle