A Lady in Attendance Book Review

Author’s Background As a fun note, Fordham actually is married to a dentist, so the dentist office scenes are well-rounded. Plus, I learned from a Facebook Q&A, some of the characterization and plot is loosely based on real-life people and events. Synopsis After completing a five-year reformatory sentence for a crime she didn’t commit, twenty-fiveContinue reading “A Lady in Attendance Book Review”

The Paris Betrayal (Book Review)

As mentioned in the Author’s Note, Hannibal has experience as a “spy,” although he didn’t consider himself a spy. With that said, I really appreciated that Hannibal has such a strong grasp on his content.

The Land is Not Empty by Sarah Augustine (Book Review)

*I received a complimentary ecopy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Title: The Land is Not Empty: Following Jesus in Dismantling the Doctrine Of Discovery Author: Sarah Augustine Publisher: Herald Press (on sale June 22nd) Synopsis: Augustine explores the ways in which the roots of colonialism continue to bear fruit,Continue reading “The Land is Not Empty by Sarah Augustine (Book Review)”

Never Miss (Book Review)

I am so excited to review my first physical book from the Revell Reads program. This book was provided in exchange for a review 🙂 Never Miss by Melissa Koslin (ISBN #: 9780800738396) Saving his life and running from her own, former military sniper Kadance Tolle meets Lyndon Vaile, a triple-doctorate holder with an eideticContinue reading “Never Miss (Book Review)”

Book Review: On the Spectrum (Daniel Bowman, Jr.)

Although I’m not especially fond of nonfiction (by which I mean, I usually avoid it), I decided to request On the Spectrum by Daniel Bowman Jr., from NetGalley. The publisher provided me a free Advanced Reader ebook in exchange for this review. The book interested me because of its description, which had to do withContinue reading “Book Review: On the Spectrum (Daniel Bowman, Jr.)”

Rendezvous with God by Bill Myers

I’ve been reading Bill Myers’ books since I was a kid. I tripped my way through his books about renowned klutz, Wally McDoogle, went undercover with Agent Dingledorf and visited the allegorical otherworld of Fayrah. Being a huge fan of allegory, the Imager Chronicles (also known as Journeys to Fayrah) were my favorite. As farContinue reading “Rendezvous with God by Bill Myers”

Truths and Lullabies (Poetry Book Review)

A few weeks ago, new poet Ashley Marie did a chapbook giveaway to the first ten commenters on her Instagram post. I nabbed one of those copies, and have enjoyed reading through it. Ashley and I attended college together at Biola University, and she’s begun publishing her work, as of late. Ashley Marie’s collection, TruthsContinue reading “Truths and Lullabies (Poetry Book Review)”

A Pocketful of Hope…

I’ve been a fan of Robin Jones Gunn’s books since I read the Christy Miller series in high school. In college, I was ecstatic to learn that she, too, attended Biola University. Then, with my Mom’s encouragement, I reached out to Robin for an interview this past summer (the completed article, praise the Lord 😊, is slated forContinue reading “A Pocketful of Hope…”