Posted in Bethany House, Blogging For Books, Book reviews, BookCrash, Booklook Review, Books, Chuck Black, Heather Day Gilbert, Litfuse, NetGalley Book Review, reading, Revell Reads, Reviews, Tessa Afshar, Tyndale House, update

Another year past/2015

Hello! Today is the last day of 2015. I hope it was a good year for all of you! And I hope 2016 brings lots of blessings and lessons from our Lord too. :)

I am going to do my yearly post of books I read over the past year…so, here we go! I’m showing them from the latest I read to the first I read back in January of 2015. Each image should bring you to their GoodReads page and my review if applicable. :)

 

The Daughter of Highland Hall (Edwardian Brides, #2) 
 
 
 
 
 
Meant to be Mine (Porter Family, #2) A Dream Not Imagined: A Cinderella StoryThe Art of Losing YourselfFive Glass SlippersThe Choosing (Seer, #1)
The Fragrance of Geraniums (A Time of Grace, #1) The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest (Thornbeck, #1)Esther: The Story of a Woman Who Saved a NationSide by SideTrial by Twelve (A Murder in the Mountains, #2)
Beauty (Folktales, #1) The Salt CovenantsJoseph of Arimathea: A Tale of the ResurrectionFinding MeRise of the Fallen (Wars of the Realm, #2)
For the Joy Set Before Us: Insights into the Missionary Journey Brothers and BetrayalLove by the Letter (Unexpected Brides, #0.5)The Tomb: A Novel of Martha (The Living Water, #3)Remember the Lilies
Stay in the Castle Adventures and AdversitiesHow to Catch a Prince (Royal Wedding, #3)An Uncertain Choice (An Uncertain Choice, #1)Dauntless (Valiant Hearts, #1)
The Vow (An Uncertain Choice, #0.5) The Mystery of the Missing Cufflinks (The Regency Adventures of Jemima Sudbury, #1) The Crimson Cord: Rahab's Story (Daughters of the Promised Land, #1) Paper Hearts Journey to the Well
Both of Me Waltz into the Waves: A Cinderella StoryTiger LilyDeliver Me from Evil (Freedom #1)  Beyond All Dreams
 Cloak of the Light (Wars of the Realm, #1)
Most of them were very good, and some were so-so, and other’s weren’t a favourite. But ultimately, I had a very good reading year! Top ten favourites? Hard choice! But here are SOME, in no order:
“Resistance” and “Half-Blood” by Jaye L. Knight
“Not Abandoned” by MacKenzie Morganthal
“Brothers-in-Arms” by Jack Lewis Baillot (not published yet)
“The Fragrance of Geraniums” and “All Our Empty Places” by Alicia G. Ruggieri
“The Tomb” by Stephanie Landsem
“The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest” and “Golden Braid” by Melanie Dickerson
“Better than Peanut Butter Ice Cream” by Kristen Krueger
“Through Waters Deep” by Sarah Sundin
“Rise of the Fallen” by Chuck Black
“Dauntless” and “Chivalrous” by Dina L. Sleiman
Okay, so I realise I cheated a little and did more than ten, but there are only ten lines, so… :D
Some Honourable Mentions:
Beyond All Dreams by Elizabeth Camden
Waltz into the Waves by Sarah Holman
A Dream Not Imagined by Shantelle Mary Hannu
The Tethered World by Heather FitzGerald
Side by Side by Jana Kelley
For the Joy Set Before Us by Erica Fye
Annnnnd there were more I enjoyed. :) But I will end here. What books were your favourites of the year? Could you pick just a few? :D
Here’s to more reading in 2016!
Posted in Author Interview, Books, God's Lessons

Author Interview with MacKenzie Morganthal, author of “Not Abandoned”

Hello Readers! I hope you had a good Independence day and weekend. =) Did any of you get to see any fireworks? I was house-sitting, so I didn’t see any on the 4th, but our town puts on fireworks this next weekend along with their parade. So I’ll see those, most likely! :)

Today I have a special treat. My lovely and talented kindred spirit, MacKenzie Morganthal, has agreed to do an author-interview with me today! Isn’t that exciting? I am really glad you guys can get to know this gal – she is someone I hold as dear as a sister to me. So, without further delay, please enjoy this interview with…MacKenzie Morganthal, author of her newly released, “Not Abandoned”!

 

Welcome back to my blog, Miss MacKenzie! I’m truly delighted to have you here for this interview. :) I know you’ve been here before, and have thus shared a bit about yourself, but in case anyone is reading this for the first time, would you please introduce yourself?

 

Thanks for having me back, Rae! :) Sure, I’d love to. I’m an eighteen year old, homeschool graduate, and I love to write pretty much anything. I love the Lord with all my heart and have been redeemed by the blood of Jesus Christ. When I’m not writing, I love to keep busy as a worship leader and Creative Artist. My debut novel “Not Abandoned” just came out at the end of May, and that was a huge dream come true for me! :)

Amen! It is a dream come true indeed, and I am so happy for you!

How long have you been writing for and what first spurred you on to write?

 

I’ve been writing for around eight years. My Mom is actually the one who first encouraged me to write. She gave me an assignment in about 4th grade to write a short story about what I was learning in history. If you can believe it, I didn’t really want to do the assignment at first! But my Mom kept encouraging me to do it, and once it was completed, I fell in love with writing. So I’ve been writing ever since and I have my Mom to thank for that ;)

 

Your new debut book, “Not Abandoned” is about the heavy subject of human trafficking; where and how did you first find out about this terrible crime?

 

I first found out about human trafficking from my sister. She had read a book discussing this topic and then had shared the information with me. While the news was heartbreaking to hear, it wasn’t until awhile later when I heard an interview with a trafficking survivor that God placed the burning desire in my heart to do something about this atrocity.

 

Do you have any ‘tips’ for people about how to get involved in putting a stop to this modern-day slavery?

 

Well, the first tip I would say is definitely to educate yourself. Take time to learn about trafficking and make yourself aware of what is actually happening in the world around us. The first step in stopping modern-day slavery is prevention, and you can’t have prevention without awareness and education. Another tip I have is to get involved with one of the many great organizations fighting against human trafficking. That’s what they’re here for, and they’d love to help get you involved in the fight to end this! One of my favorite organizations is the A21 Campaign. :)

These are really good tips of help – thank you! 

How long did it take you to write “Not Abandoned”?

 

Haha, ya know, I actually can’t remember the ‘exact’ date that I started writing it. How terrible of me. :P When I first started writing it, I didn’t really think it would go anywhere or I would ever even finish it. But a few months after that is when God really placed the desire in my heart to continue with this story. So it was around mid-January of this year when I really started working devotedly on this story, and I completed the first draft on February 23rd. :)

That’s not terrible of you, worry not. I have projects like that. And wow, that’s a fast write, Kenzie! Although, I already knew you were a super fast writer – you got talent girl! God-given talent, and what a blessing it is that you use it for His glory!

Do you have a favourite character from it that you relate to most?

 

Definitely Haley Hampton, the college student/police officer in training. She’s strong-willed, and very determined. When she sets her mind to something, not much can stand in her way! She’s got a kind heart, and can be a bit daring. She also has a habit of jumping into things without always thinking them through. Most of my friends, especially you Rae, can attest to the fact that I tend to do that too, more often times than not. ;)

Haha, funny. ^.^ And also, Haley’s my favourite character too – she’s a great character!

You self-published: did you experience any troubles going that route, or are you entirely happy with it?

 

There were definitely some bumps in the road, but in the end I’m entirely happy with my decision. In the beginning of my self-publishing journey, I was trying to mostly go through the process alone and figure everything out myself, and I don’t ever recommend doing that, haha. I got in touch with some awesome authors who have already gone through the process and they were able to help tremendously, which I am so thankful for! So my advice to anyone else going the self-publishing route would be to ask lots of questions and seek help from others who are in the business. It makes it a much better experience than trying to figure it out alone. :)

Good idea – I’m definitely keeping that in mind when I publish too. :)

What are your writing plans for the future?

 

Right now I am in the process of writing a sequel to “Not Abandoned”. I’m about 72 pages and almost 18,000 words in, so we’ll see where this one goes. :) I also regularly enjoy being a monthly magazine columnist for my sister’s e-mag, and also a bi-monthly columnist for a friend’s e-mag.

Yes!! I cannot wait for this sequel. I love it already (yes, be jealous readers, because I’ve already read some of it! ;)).

Thank you so much for visiting and taking the time to answer these questions, MacKenzie! I wish you a heart-felt congrats on your new release and look forward to many more of your splendid, God-filled books!
Thanks so much, Rae! :)

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That was fun, wasn’t it? Below you will find more information about the author and her book. Please do check it out!

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Human trafficking… These two words will change four different lives forever. Especially for Haley, a police officer in training, who is thrust right into the heart of an organized human trafficking ring when a family friend is mysteriously abducted. Once the problem hits even closer to home, Haley will stop at nothing to see justice prevail. With no way out once trapped inside the trafficking ring, is there any hope for rescue? When trouble arises and Caryn’s life is compromised, will she be able to survive or will help come too late? Strength is tested and trust is broken in this mystery of seemingly impossible rescue and God’s loving redemption. After hearing those words, human trafficking, these girls will never look at their lives the same way again… and neither will you.”

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MacKenzie Morganthal is an eighteen year old, Christian, Homeschool graduate. She loves writing, music, and most importantly Jesus. She resides in Pennsylvania where she keeps busy as a freelance author, worship leader, and creative arts director. She also loves going to concerts, and all things chocolate. While some people say she can be a little crazy, she always takes that as a compliment. She has been writing stories for eight years, and “Not Abandoned” is her first self-published novel.

CreateSpace estore: http://www.createspace.com/5427955

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/069243688X

Website: http://www.kenziebooks.weebly.com

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/14073307

Facebook: Click THIS for link.

 

Posted in blog tour, God's Lessons, Guest Post, Heather Day Gilbert, Human Trafficking, lists, reading

Blog Tour Kick-Off “Not Abandoned” – Guest post by author, MacKenzie Morganthal

Today begins the blog tour for my sister-by-heart’s first published book, “Not Abandoned”! She has written the post to start of this exciting blog tour, so please read on!

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Hello, everyone! I am so excited that today is the first day of my blog tour for “Not Abandoned”! A special thank you to my amazing friend, Rae, for allowing me to start this tour with a guest post on her blog, since I don’t have a blog of my own. :)

As I prepare for this week long blog tour, I think back on the journey of writing and self-publishing that God has brought me through. He has opened so many doors for me through this process, and whenever a door closed, He always gave me a window in its place. I’ve been thinking about this verse a lot lately:

Psalm 118:24 “This is the day that the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.”

He has known of this day even long before I started writing “Not Abandoned”. Through all the long nights of writing, and through the frustrated tears I shed during the editing and publishing process, He was right there already knowing of the beautiful outcome it would have. And He has made this day so amazing for me! Eight years of dreaming about becoming a published author, and now that day is finally here! :)

“Not Abandoned” is a very dear story to my heart because it gives readers a peek into one of my deepest passions. From the day I heard a human trafficking survivor telling her story in an interview, I knew that I had to do something to bring more of an awareness to the subject. It is truly heart breaking to me, and when God told me to write a story dealing with this topic, I was actually terrified of the idea! I wasn’t sure I’d be able to write the story well enough and I really didn’t even have a clear idea of where the story plot was even going. But God guided my hands to write this story, and it turned out so much better than I ever could’ve imagined, thanks to having Him as my co-author.

So because I’m not the greatest at writing things like this, I’m going to end here by saying: Never be afraid to give God your everything. He will always make something beautiful out of it!

Thanks for joining me on this opening post of my first ever blog tour! I hope you’ll stick around the rest of the week to learn more about the story of “Not Abandoned”. :)

 

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The Book:

“Not Abandoned”

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Two words….human trafficking.

Four different lives…are altered forever.

Haley, a police officer in training, is thrust right into the heart of an organized human trafficking ring when a family friend is mysteriously abducted. Once the problem hits even closer to home, Haley will stop at nothing to see justice prevail.

With no way out once trapped inside the trafficking ring, is there any hope for rescue? When trouble arises and Caryn’s life is compromised, will she be able to survive or will help come too late?

Strength is tested and trust is broken in this mystery of seemingly impossible rescue and God’s loving redemption. After hearing those words, human trafficking, these girls will never look at their lives the same way again… and neither will you.

Curved, Lines, Curves, Black And White, Strings

The Author:

MacKenzie Morganthal is an eighteen year old, Christian, Homeschool graduate. She loves writing, music, and most importantly Jesus. She resides in Pennsylvania where she keeps busy as a freelance author, worship leader, and creative arts director. She also loves going to concerts, and all things chocolate. While some people say she can be a little crazy, she always takes that as a compliment. She has been writing stories for eight years, and “Not Abandoned” is her first self-published novel.

You can find out more about MacKenzie and her book through these links:

CreateSpace estore: http://www.createspace.com/5427955

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/069243688X

Website: http://www.kenziebooks.weebly.com

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/14073307

Twitter: @authorkenzie

Curved, Lines, Curves, Black And White, Strings

More Stops on the Blog Tour: 

Be sure to stop by these blogs participating in this book release! And a big thank you to the bloggers themselves who have generously offered to help! We appreciate you!!

June 14th:

God’s Peculiar Treasure Rae (tour introduction) – you’re here!

June 15th:

Claire B. The Overactive Imagination

    Heather FitzGerald (character interview)

June 16th:

Alicia R. A Brighter Destiny

      Shantelle H. The World of the Writer

June 17th:

      Amada C. ASC Book Reviews

         God’s Peculiar Treasure Rae (book review)

June 18th:

Valerie Howard Books

June 19th:

Faith Blum (author interview)

  Heather Day Gilbert (book excerpt)

June 20th:

 God’s Peculiar Treasure Rae (tour wrap-up)

Curved, Lines, Curves, Black And White, Strings

Note from Rae: Thanks Kenzie for allowing me to be apart of this! Congratulations on your book release!!

 

Posted in Author Interview, Books, Questions/answers, Writing

Author Interview with Sarah Holman

I am happy to be sharing another author interview, this time with the self-published author, Sarah Holman! She is celebrating the release of her newest book, “Brothers and Betrayal” the second book in her “Tales of Taelis” series. I reviewed the first in the series (here) and will be sharing my review of “Brothers and Betrayal” on Tuesday the 24th. :)
Welcome to my blog, Miss Holman, I’m delighted to have you here! Would you like to introduce yourself a bit?
Hi! I am twenty-four years old and still live with my amazing parents and siblings on five acres of wooded land in the heart of Texas. You can find my most day tapping out stories on my computer, or reading stories someone else has written.
How long have you been writing for and what first spurred you on to write?
I have been writing novels since I was eleven (so I guess that makes it fifteen years). I started writing because I was frustrated that I couldn’t find books that I wanted to read. So, I decided to make my own stories. It kinda took off from there.
-I love hearing things like that. Writing is such a gift. :)
Your Tales of Taelis Series is very faith-filled and inspiring, were any of the lessons shown in the book from your personal walk with God?
All my books have a lesson within the pages, mostly ones that God is trying to get though my thick head.  For instance, Adventure and Advertises was written when I was going through a very hard time in my walk with God and out of that came the lesson that God cares and is there for me, even when I couldn’t feel him.
-That’s really cool. I love when God teaches through writing.
How long did it take you to write your newest Tales of Taelis book, “Brothers and Betrayal”?
It took me about three weeks to write the first draft. That is a new record for me.
-That’s impressive!
Do you have a favourite character from it that you relate to most?
Brianna, the Princess, is my favorite, even though we don’t have a lot on common. However, we both do try to stand up for those who are in need of help, even when others think they are not worthy.
You self-published: did you experience any troubles going that route, or are you entirely happy with it?
Yes and yes. I had some troubles, but I am completely happy with my decision. I really felt that this was what I was supposed to do and I have never regretted it. When I do hit snags, I have a huge community of other indi-authors that I can ask questions of.
 -Good to know, and yes, I’m sure that’s a blessings!
What are your writing plans for the future?
Currently, I am in the middle of editing the first book in a new series for adults about and FBI team that I plan to publish this summer. I also am planning to publish the next book in the Tales of Taelis series this fall. If that wasn’t enough, I also have a bunch of short stories I plan to release.
 Thank you for visiting, Sarah, and congratulations on this new book of yours!
More about Sarah Holman….
The Destiny of One – her blog
Sarah Holman is a not so typical mid-twenties girl: A homeschool graduate, sister to six awesome siblings, and author of three published books and counting. If there is anything adventuresome about her life, it is because she serves a God with a destiny bigger than anything she could have imagined.
Posted in Author Interview, Books, Questions/answers, Writing

Author Interview with J.A. Marx!!

Hello, and welcome to this blog’s first author-interview! As I said in a recent post, I am very excited about this! So, shall we begin?

 

J.A. Marx

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INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

J.A. Marx, author of suspense that mends souls

 

Welcome Mrs. Marx! I’m so happy to have you here. Would you like to introduce yourself and perhaps share a bit about you?

Thanks for inviting me into your virtual world, Raechel. I’m grateful to be here.

As a happy empty nester, I write from the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. However, I grew up in Colorado (my heart’s home), and then lived in Nashville and Cleveland before moving to Texas. I’ve got two grown children, one grandson, and a granddaughter soon to arrive. I’m still married to my college sweatheart.

What a blessing that you’re still married to you college sweetheart! 

What first spurred you on to write these particular kind of books? They are so beautifully unique and healing.

The way you state this question brings a tear to my eye because my heart’s desire is to mend souls through stories. I’ve experienced healing, physically, spiritually, emotionally, and relationally—and that’s contagious. Something so divinely and genuinely life changing begs to be passed on to others. As far as the genre itself, author Frank Peretti was my inspiration.

I completely agree – it really is contagious! God’s healing is so powerful and so thrilling – and humbling – to experience.

What do you hope your readers will take away from your books?

My prayer is that readers will experience healing and/or insight along with the characters.

Fantastic prayer and goal.

How many years have you been writing?

I started writing in October 2001

Would you mind sharing your background – where you learned the deep spiritual healing that is revealed in your Destiny Series?

I was saved at 18. Long story short, I later had a powerful encounter with the Holy Spirit at a Vineyard Church in Colorado and realized the Third Person of the Trinity was the missing link in my life—the gasoline for my tank, if you will. Through pastoring and mentoring, I was healed, equipped, and empowered to pass on what I received.

Nothing satisfies me more than when I’m with someone and pray, “More of You, Lord,” and then sit back and witness God do a miracle in the person. Even though He uses willing vessels, it is all Him!

 Amen to that. And beautifully spoken.

Of your Three Destiny books, do you have a favorite – one that is particularly special in your heart? (I know, not such a nice questions!)

I like them all . . . but after I finish the bountiful amount of final edits on any book, I’m totally sick of that one and ready to move on.

Haha, I can imagine that. Editing can be tedious work.

What is your writing routine like – do you outline at all, plot it, or just write as you go?

I’m a seat-of-the-pants writer (aka pantser). But after the first 5-6 chapters, I have to stop and establish personalities, setting, a theme, and a moral premise. Then I revert to pantser mentality, and let the characters take over.

Which came first – characters or the idea for the story?

Always the character. For The Destiny Series, my mind’s eye saw a woman washed up on a beach, unconscious. I had to do something with her. Who wouldn’t?

Of each of your characters, was there one you related to most?

Ha! That’s a tough one. Probably, Dr. David Young, introduced in book 2, Destiny Delivered.

How long did it take you to write each book?

I wrote all 6 in the series within two years, but they were horribly written. I head-hopped, floundered with passive writing, and I had an addiction to adjectives. It took me almost a decade to learn and perfect the craft.

That’s pretty good, even if you did have to go over it a bit.

Do you have any favorite books you’d like to recommend to my readers?

One of my current favorites is Demon: A Memoir, by Tosca Lee. I believe every Christian would benefit from reading this profound work of biblical-fiction. You’ll come away with a deeper impression of God’s amazing love.

For non-fiction, I’d suggest my current read, How to Stop the Pain, by Dr. James Richards. Another phenomenal read. Could be life changing.

I’ve heard good things about all of Tosca Lee’s books, though I haven’t read them yet, nor the other one you mentioned. Thanks for sharing.

What are your writing plans for the future? Any more books featuring Chiara and the group?

I’m editing book 4, but who knows.

What was fact and was fiction? Was any of it based on real life experiences, or purely imagination?

A few minor scenarios came from real life, but it’s essentially all my imagination. There are, however, many news articles, and such, that endorse the relevancy of the storyline. In fact, the devious and ugly situation in book three came straight from a newspaper.  

I heard about that fact in the third book – I can’t wait to read it.

Can you tell us about your challenges in getting your first book published?

Yikes! My genre is not super popular with editors/agents. So I’ll sum my experience with a true story. I pitched The Destiny Series (for the zillionth time) at a writer’s conference in 2014. The acquisition editor read Destiny Defied (book 1) then had a couple of people above her read it because she liked it. She sent me an email saying, “We love your story, and your writing is amazing. But we can’t sell this genre of book.”

I said, thank you for the feedback. Oh, and by the way, if you’re interested, I also have a romantic suspense—  And within two minutes of sending that email, she replied, “Send it!” Within a couple of days, she offered a contract after reading only the first 5 chapters. That book comes out later 2015 (or 2016). I’m not a romance writer, so go figure! So I self-pubbed the first 3 books of The Destiny Series.

If you had to go back and do it all over again, is there any aspect of your novel or getting it published that you would have changed?

Ten years ago? Yes. Otherwise, not really. A decade of re-writing/editing/rewriting was enough to drive me insane. LOL

:)

 

Now just for some fun questions:

Are you an animal person? If so, what is your favorite animal?

Penguins rock! My love for them is well known among family and friends, and my writer’s critique group often teases me: “What would Mr. Penguin say about that?” So I surprised them one night and showed up with a penguin puppet.

Haha, good to know! And I love that you brought a penguin puppet one night! That’s great.

Do you prefer hand-written letters or emails?

Depends on the sender. I love when my children give me homemade, hand-written cards & letters.

That’s sweet. :) handwritten cards and letters from those you love is so special!

What are your hobbies/what you like to do when you’re not writing?

I enjoy painting. I turn on worship music, find a picture I like, and attempt to put it on canvas. My other hobbies are nutrition and fitness; I work out 6 days a week.

Above all else, I seek to start and end every day in the word and in prayer. That’s not a hobby, of course, but some might consider the amount of time I spend in the word hobby-esque.

 

Thank you so much, Mrs. Marx, for visiting and sharing your time! I really enjoyed it.

And readers, thank you for reading too! Be sure to check out J.A.Marx’s books. She has these two out currently:

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Destiny Defied and Destiny Delievered

Posted in Books, Tessa Afshar

Friday’s Post – a little change, and a lot of author-love

Hello! I hope you’ve had a lovely week! I decided to change things up a bit today, and post something other than Pinterest Favourites. As the title implies, I want to share some of my excitement over some authors and their books! Three favourite authors in particular. :)

First, I have some VERY exciting news, and I personally and SO excited!! The fantastic author, J.A.Marx, author of The Destiny Series (I reviewed #1 and #2) contacted me recently asking if I would be interested in doing an author-interview with her!! Goodness yes! This will be my first author-interview here on the blog, and I am very thrilled. You simply must stop by when it is posted. J.A. Marx so kindly answered all of my questions posed to her (and there was quite a few…), and her answers were lovely. I will be putting the post together this weekend, and posting it sometime next week. So check back! It’s going to be a very fun interview, and you won’t want to miss out on this author – her books are amazing!

banner ad – click on this sword that is featured on her books to go to her site!

 

 

Second: You know Tessa Afshar? One of my favourite authors ever? Yeah, so she just finished the drafts on her next story!!!!!!! I know that means there is still a ways to go – editing, re-editing, etc. But it’s in the progress, and I am so excited for its completion when I can read it. <3

  -click on her picture to go to her site!

 

Third: I just received a review book that I am sooo excited about!! Oh it is beautiful. I have adored this author’s two previous books and that have greatly impacted me, and now I’ve got the third book in my hands, and already only 4 chapters in, I am absolutely hooked. You want to know what the book and author are? Well, “The Tomb: a story of Martha” by Stephanie Landsem of course! I don’t think it will take me long to read it at all…I don’t want to put it down. =)

 – click the image to go to Mrs. Landsem’s site and learn more!

 

 

So! Yes, very much excitement!! I’m so excited about each of these three authors and their news. And I really can’t wait for you to read the review with J.A. Marx!

Do you have any favourite authors or any excitement of your own to share this week?