Spotlight on author Teresa Lilly

About the book:  Sheila didn’t want to live in Slaton, Texas where she was too old to attend school, yet hungry for reading.  When she discovers the new Harvey House is hiring she accepts the job to help her family get out of the tent they’ve been living in for two years. Although, the work […]

Welcome, author Bonnie Engstrom

About the book: Ghosts! One is laughing down from heaven. One wears rags. One is falling in love with her. Melanie’s faith is shaken. Her husband Larry is dead. They had only been married a few hours before he was arrested. Will her best friend Natalie be enough? Who will understand about Larry’s crime, his […]

A Harvest of Blessings – How the Characters Meet

Since this is the month we celebrate Thanksgiving, I’m excited about featuring my new Thanksgiving-themed novel. In A Harvest of Blessing, the two main characters, both in their fifties, meet in a graveyard where they are visiting their dead spouses’ graves. The meeting is based on the lives of a real couple my husband and […]

Hair Calamities and Hot Cash

That title is bound to catch your interest. I know, it did mine. So~welcome Gail Pallotta. Can you please shed some light on the subject.  The story behind Hair Calamities and Hot Cash begins many years ago in a small town at the foothills of the North Carolina Mountains, where my mother ran a beauty […]

Welcome Karin Berry

About the book:  Elementary school music teacher Callie Stevens thinks she’s finally figured out God’s plan for her life—she even made a list to keep her on track. Moving in with her brother and reconnecting with her ex-boyfriend are at the top of the list. What’s not on the list is running into her childhood […]

Spotlight on Linda Matchett

About the book:  May 1942: Geneva Alexander flees Philadelphia and joins the USO to escape the engagement her parents have arranged for her, only to wind up as the number one suspect in her betrothed’s murder investigation. Diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa, she must find the real killer before she loses her sight…or is convicted for […]

Differences between two voices – God’s and Satan’s

Adapted by permission from Our Daily Bread On occasion, I question whether I’m hearing from the Lord or another. I read a helpful article in Our Daily Bread and got permission to summarize some of the information. Satan: Tone: accusing, nagging, and mocking. Generates fear and causes confusion. Vague: generates an overall sense of guilt, […]

Welcome, Amberly Kristen Clowe

Why Children’s Fiction? by Amberly Kristen Clowe   I am always fascinated at which genre(s) a person enjoys reading? Do they become engrossed in the facts of nonfiction?Are they captivated with literature that supplies helpful suggestions to better oneself? Do they enjoy a suspenseful who-dun-it or a telling memoir? From a very young age, I […]