The Linen God

  I featured Jim O’Shea, author of The Linen God, in August and have just finished reading his book. If you enjoy reading books on par with Frank Peretti’s, you’ve got to download Jim’s book which is his debut novel. His skills as an author are impressive.              My review: […]

Spotlight on Julie Arduini

About the book:  Holly Christmas left Geneseo Valley and her family’s holiday tourist attraction, The Christmas Mansion, as soon as she graduated.  Now both her parents have passed, and Holly returns when her uncle’s requests that he needs her help running the mansion. On Holly’s first day back, a blunt middle-schooler proclaims Holly hates Christmas. […]

Welcome, Rachel Pellegrino, publisher of Little Lamb Books

Today, I’d like to say hello to the founder and publisher of Little Lamb Books   Why We Need Faith-Based Fiction For Our Kids By Rachel LaMonica Pellegrino As a publisher of faith-based fiction, I can tell you without hesitation that there’s a hole in the market for faith-based fiction for kids. Walk into any […]

Spotlight on Liz Tolsma

About the Book: Natia has a secret—and she’s hiding him right beneath her captor’s nose. In 1943 Poland, the Nazis have forced Natia and Teodor from their peaceful farm to the harsh confines of a labor camp. When the couple is separated, Natia is chosen to be the housekeeper for the camp’s overseer, and Teodor […]

Welcome, Jason Joyner

Welcome back, Little Lamb authors. Where Jason Joyner Gets Story Ideas Where do I get my story ideas? Maybe it comes from being from the blockbuster generation. I was born in the 70s, so my introduction to movies were the original summer blockbusters – Star Wars, E.T., Indiana Jones, and movies like that. Cinema has […]

Spotlight on author Tom Allbaugh

About the book:  When a reality TV scout “discovers” Walter in a diner near the hospice where his father has been placed, his life has reached a low point. His father is dying, his college teaching career is under threat, and his life is adrift. The scout wants him for a reality show about religion. […]

Welcome, Little Lamb Publishing and Shelly Roark

During October, five children’s fiction authors will visit my blog. You’ll learn how these authors come up with their characters, why they write children’s literature, and much more. They all have one thing in common. They work with Little Lamb Books, a Texas publisher of faith-based fiction for children – elementary, middle school, and young […]

Spotlight on Regina Merrick

About the book:  She’s always gotten everything she’s wanted. He thinks he has to give up everything. Her best friend’s wedding is foremost on Lucy Dixon’s radar. Her biggest concern is once again meeting Tom Livingston, who has ignored her since an idyllic date on the boardwalk of Myrtle Beach the previous summer. At least, […]

Welcome, author Alexis Goring

Gotta say: I’m reading this book right now. June About the book: Wedding photographer Michelle Hadley has a passion for diversity and believes that love comes in all colors. So, she’s working hard to convince editors to feature her clients’ images on the covers of the mainstream bridal and wedding magazines. Despite having a career […]

Spotlight on Dawn V. Cahill

About the book:  Paint the Desert, Book 2 in my Golden State Trilogy~ When violence visits an ordinary college campus one day in San Rafael, California, it threatens to tear apart a community, and a family, in its aftermath. Newlyweds Jon and Meg Paulson are honeymooning in Hawaii when they receive the news that her […]

Spotlight on author Peggy Phifer

About the book:  Fifteen months a widow, Rozene Gentry, bitter, broken, and lonely, has lost her zest for life. All she has is her home and property in Sullivan, Arkansas, along the banks of the Sweetwater River, including the family restaurant she inherited from her late husband and his father.   But things change when […]

Spotlight on author Jim O’Shea

About the book:  The Shroud of Turin is the most studied and controversial religious relic in human history. The ancient linen cloth bears the image of a man, alleged to be that of Jesus of Nazareth. What if it were real? What if it contained a secret powerful enough to alter the course of human […]