Time for another cover art reveal! This time from my friends at Waterbrook Multnomah. WM don’t publish a big fiction list, but it’s my experience that the books they do select are always of excellent quality and depth, and I do like they way they are heading with their covers.
I love the simplicity of Kim’s cover, although I feel like the title font is a little overwhelming of the very expressive photo. Adore the expression on the little girl’s face – perfect for the dreaded hair brushing! With three daughters I’ve become familiar with that look! Miriam captures …
Meet a tomboy and a stable hand
Susan Anne Mason’s
Brianna and Colleen O’Leary know their Irish immigrant father expects them to marry well. Recently he’s put even more pressure on them, insinuating that the very future of their Long Island horse farm, Irish Meadows, rests in their ability to land prosperous husbands. Both girls, however, have different visions for their futures.
Brianna, a quiet girl with a quick mind, dreams of attending college. Vivacious Colleen, meanwhile, is happy to marry–as long as her father’s choice meets her exacting standards of …
Firstly, a huge thank you to those who responded to my Relz Reviewz Info Gathering form last week. I value your feedback and you just may see a little change here or there coming up based on your suggestions. Your encouragement and support was such a blessing!
Now, for this week’s topic! As you know, most of the books I read are written by Christian authors with the CBA but I do love reading outside that niche as well. In addition to the classics, writers like John Grisham, Matthew Reilly, David Eddings, Chaim Potok, Wilbur Smith, Leon Uris, James Clavell, …
The American Revolution is finally over, and Sophie Menzies is starved for good news. When her nearest neighbor, General Seamus Ogilvy, finally comes home to Tall Acre, she hopes it is a sign of better days to come. But the general is now a widower with a small daughter in desperate need of a mother. Nearly destitute, Sophie agrees to marry Seamus and become the mistress of Tall Acre in what seems a safe, sensible arrangement. But when a woman from the general’s past returns without warning, the ties that bind this fledgling family together will be strained to …
So, there’s this girl.
She’s Canadian. She’s feisty. She gushes. She’s loves story.
She’s a redhead. She’s a devoted Sherlockian. She knows the classics like you know the keys on your keyboard.
She’s loyal. She has convictions and she’s not afraid to use them!
She’s also a writer. The debut kind.
I’m so thrilled for her that I can hardly contain myself nor can I wait to read her story about two women I’ve been hearing about for a while; Jem & Merinda. I adore the cover – Harvest House have done a fabulous job. I adore the symbols – …