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”
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.
*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)”
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)”
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.)”
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”
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)”
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…”