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Sep 23, 2022

I seem to be on a dystopian kick.  It began with Jess Corban's Nede Rising duology but then a couple more were suggested to me just a couple of days after I chatted with Christian Cross about his book Extraction: A Song for Emma. Perhaps there's a reason, eh?  Listen in and discover where Christian got the idea for his...


Sep 20, 2022

I've read a lot of bookish books in the past couple of years, but I think the fall of 2022 is going to go down as an epic season of bookish delight. With authors like Mollie Rushmeyer, Pepper Basham, and Amy Lynn Green, how could it not?  Listen in to find out what bookish books I'm most looking forward to plus...


Sep 16, 2022

Sometimes you see a name everywhere and wonder why you haven't read a book by that author. Then you schedule an interview with said author and go, "WAIT! Why haven't I read this author???"  Yeah, that's what happened with Amanda Wen, author of the recent release, The Songs that Could Have Been and the...


Sep 9, 2022

The Dust Bowl. The Trinity Project. No one would accuse Jennifer L. Wright of sticking to fluffy topics! But man, the stories she has to tell! When I started reading If It Rains, it felt like I'd found a kindred spirit in Kathryn. But then Jennifer started talking about Come Down Somewhere. Oh, wow. Two women, two...


Sep 6, 2022

So much historical fiction takes place in wartime, but over the last decade or so, WWII has dominated the Christian Historical Fiction genre. I chatted with Lynne Basham Tagawa about her historical series that takes place during the years of the War for Independence. From New England down as far south as the...