The Birds, especially the Cardinals Announce Spring Spring is here! A good time of this year. Easter will be early. I’m not sure what that is a sign for. Except it will be something we can enjoy without a lot of waiting. I’m spending the holiday in the High Desert country of Colorado. The morning… Continue reading Turnin’ Pages — Cardinal Bluff Diary — April 2021
I enjoy that novels using the Vintage theme employed by Jennifer Lamont Leo. They are bright and entertaining. In terms of You’re The Cream in My Coffee, (not an affiliate link) I have found an especial favorite. Loved it! I usually ‘like’ a protagonist, but this time I REALLY liked Marjorie Corrina! The wording and tone are… Continue reading You’re The Cream in My Coffee, Jennifer Lamont Leo, author
As the author asks — can the past regrets stir love;s and have happy endings in the present?
The leading book in a series of three from Don Hoesel who has other books available and writes in a fun to read Indian Jones style that I enjoy. There will be some reviews that don’t give the book high regard; they have shown me that reading is a highly individual experience and humble me… Continue reading Reviewing Elisha’s Bones | Don Hoesel, author
While set in the Amish genre, this sweet story has application in the families of all believers who are learning the strength of their faith. There is a bit of humor in the way the folks of Karsten Field help one another, keep peace in their hearts and in their activities and learn the true… Continue reading An Amish Home | George Michael Loughmueller, author
The 2012 winners of the GRACE AWARDS for Faith Based Fiction have been released. Six category winners are nominated by readers with no entry fee which is a unique approach to the award system. “The most democratic awards in Christian fiction”, commented Nike Chillemi, author and founder of the Grace Awards. You will find extensive… Continue reading GRACE AWARDS for Faith Based Christian Fiction | Gelatis Scoop
IPPY award winning novel shares the daily experiences as Lillie Claire feels the tentacles of Alzheimer’s clutching her life and as she reads memory-loaded letters she writes to her children in an effort understand and preserve some heritage for their future.
The inspiration for Cry of Freedom has come from a sense in Murray Pura’s heart that God reigns and tomorrow is in the hands of the angels through the ravages of war and the days that follow.
The characters in Ashton Park are more assertive in the expression of their Christian beliefs than those of other similar social and historic books or series. Social mores and practices of Victorian times through early 20th century times are featured.
Author Roseanna M. White is active both with her own stories and networking in the world of writing and publication. The story is set in an intriguing time. Swiftly moving novella that has no profanity or debauchery, but hints at evil deeds being considered by the arrogant villain. Intriguing moment in history as the French revolution… Continue reading Fairchild’s Lady | Roseanna White, author