Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

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...


Apr 3, 2021

Romantic Suspense is always a fabulous read, and this spring, we've got three fabulous ones to read.  I had a short chat with three authors to learn more about their latest books and the series they are a part of. Patricia Bradley, Dana Mentink, and debut author, Kathleen J. Robison each have a fascinating book for us...


Mar 30, 2021

Whether you love cozies or procedural, forensic or amateur sleuth, or just get nostalgic about your childhood and Nancy Drew or the Hardy Boys (Trixie Belden anyone?), mysteries are a great way to keep the mind sharp and the entertainment flowing.

When I had the opportunity to review author Kay DiBianca's newest...


Mar 27, 2021

I promised that in March, the podcast would expand to more episodes, and I couldn't think of a better way to kick off this expansion than with a book that releases tomorrow on Palm Sunday!

Our first Saturday episode is a full-length interview with Romantic Suspense author, Katie Vorreiter, talking about her release...