So, I was searching through my plethora of notebooks, looking for a story I'd started writing a few years ago. Instead of the story for which I searched I came across this little bit. I didn't date it so I have no idea when I wrote it. (nice memory, right?) It's written from Caityn's perspective.… Continue reading Princess Caityn Tells Her Story
There was a 60Minutes spotlight on Frank Hall, who became known as the hero he's always been two years ago during the shooting at Chardon High. He doesn't think of himself that way, but he is; he risked his life to protect the kids in that room, standing in the gap. What happened there and at many,… Continue reading “Serve Your Family.”
Aurelia's Virtual Book Club will be reviewing The Beauty Thief tomorrow morning: Thursday, April 30th, 2015 at 10 AM PST (or Pacific Daylight Time, as it were...?) I'll be there! Here are the links to attend: YouTube RIGHT HERE: I don't know about you, but I'm looking forward to finding out how Aurelia's reading of The… Continue reading The Beauty Thief in Review with Aurelia’s Virutal Book Club
Lizzy Baldwin of MyLittleBookBlog was kind enough to review The Beauty Thief. She always has such a kind voice when reviewing and a keen eye for detail. Check out her review of The Beauty Thief and her other reviews, as well!
Good evening readers, currently settled on the sofa with my cosy jersey top and my sweats, legs crossed and the no makeup ‘au natural’ look. This is my favourite way to blog comfy and restful. This morning I opened up my email inbox and found a barrage of requests and they were still coming; ten, eleven, twelve. My phone was beeping and flashing oddly. It turns out that my request to be published on the book blogger list came true yesterday and according to the emails made top billing. My inbox has been going crazy and it is wonderful so expect lots and lots more reviews over the coming weeks. But today one that has been waiting a little while; without further delay today’s review is of the wonderful ‘The Beauty Thief’ by Rachael Ritchey.
In the Twelve Realms there lives a man who covets life. He lurks in the…
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I have been seeing a lot of blogs and articles talking about modesty lately. Occasionally I feel like we are missing the point of modesty. From my perspective as a Christian woman and mom to daughters, I want to tell you what I think modesty is and is not. Let's start with what it isn't.… Continue reading A Modest look at Modesty
Ah, fantasy fiction, you are a fickle friend. You draw us in with your fanciful invention, and then you leave us longing to enter the pages of a book, to travel to a world of fantasy. You and I both know the worlds created by authors have that effect on us. They dream up these places… Continue reading Value of a Name: The Twelve Realms