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May 4, 2021

I never imagined that T.I. Lowe could possibly outdo herself after the Carolina Coast series, but... Under the Magnolias...wow.

This combination coming-of-age and women's fiction novel offers a serious look at mental illness in a novel set back in the eighties.  That combination of a relatable topic combined with a bit...


May 1, 2021

Last month, I had the privilege of chatting with Christian author, Tom Threadgill about his Amara series (Collision of Lies and Network of Deceitand about his Jeremy Winters series (for just a bit). Mostly, I gushed about the awesome characters he's created and the unique situation he gets himself and them into, and...


Apr 27, 2021

I've never searched for a book longer or harder. Where on earth could it be?  Rather than pulling out every book on my shelves, looking under tables and behind furniture, I had to search emails, computer files, accounts, and my Kindle.

But it wasn't there.  Around two o'clock, I gave up and went for a walk.  Alone in...


Apr 13, 2021

One of the best ways to temper the heaviness of a book dealing with hard subjects is the judicious use of humor.  Cynthia Ruchti is a new author to me (forgive my stupidity, won't you?) but the brilliant use of humor to open this novel set up a beautiful way to see the personality of a character before her world...


Apr 6, 2021

In Erin Bartels' latest release, All That We Carried, two sisters go on a journey not only of reconciliation but of spiritual discovery as well.

This book spoke to me on so many levels and I can't recommend it enough. Listen as we discuss her why--her heart behind the story and how it still affects me weeks after...