Set in a beautiful Tennessee bed and breakfast, where we watch the sisters attempting to earn their wings and meet new characters.
Joy Ross Davis begins a new series involving her favorite character types, angels. We have twins who are working to earn their wings, but with different personalities and styles.
Anne Baxter Campbell has written a good story in a good, pleasant to read style and I recommend this book. My copy was a gift from the author; I was not obligated to write a review or to read it. I’m certainly happy that I did read and am pleased to write! A high quality… Continue reading Reviewing Marcus Varitor, Centurion | Anne Baxter Campbell, author
Patti Smith shares with clarity about the lifestyle that she has recovered from through the power of faith in God and Jesus Christ. She wasn’t guilty of every sin that was ever imagined, but enough to make a lot of misery for herself and for those in her path. The stories of each step toward… Continue reading Reviewing “And God Still Loves Me” | Patti J. Smith, author
Point of View Changes Surprise and tickle me. Our story opens from a writer’s point of view…she has a snappy, ‘attitude’ voice as she is examining all of the things going on around her that she can relate to a collectible teacup and saucer to make a story. Diane Moody doesn’t mess around in the… Continue reading Reviewing At Legend’s End | Diane Moody, author
B.J. Robinson tell us that she found nostalgic inspiration when she toured Southern plantation mansions and learned of their history, particularly during the Civil War. In this first novel that uses a dual story line, one story revolves around the days at River Oaks Plantation shortly before and after the Civil War while another features… Continue reading River Oaks Plantation | B.J. Robinson
An unusual WESTERN — clean, inspiring, descriptive and elegantly written. I highly recommend The Painted Sky series.
There are users and losers in the world whose amoral philosophy often reels in the trusting and compassionate who are then seriously hurt…perhaps permanently. A story of forgiveness for one’s self and one another.
Remember tales of Acadians? This story takes place in a time in history touching the Acadians and two women who become unpredictable friends. Their spiritual growth and strength is the whole purpose of this story.
Contemplating “What inspires me.”, Marian Baay went on to share the inspiration she gathers for her soul when spending time by the sea in her Holland home. I’ve never seen that sea. The ‘biggest’ water I’ve ever been near was the Florida Gulf coast around Tampa. I hope that you will read Marian’s blog and… Continue reading Marian Baay Shares “What Inspires Me.”