Cover Reveal: Mid 2018 releases from Bethany House Melissa Tagg: The Writer & her Book (with giveaway) Many Sparrows by Lori Benton (with giveaway) Kara Isaac: The Writer & Her Book (with giveaway)

CFBA Tour of In High Places by Tom Morrisey

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance

is introducing


(Bethany House March 1, 2007)


Tom Morrisey is the author of four previous novels and numerous short stories, a world-renowned adventure-travel writer whose work has appeared in Outside, Sport Diver (where he serves as Executive Editor) and other leading magazines.

He holds an MA in English Language and Literature from the University of Toledo and an MFA in Creative Writing from Bowling Green State University. He lives in Orlando, Florida.

For Patrick Nolan, every climb tells a story. And

The Last Sin Eater by Francine Rivers

5 Stars

Appalachian Mountains, mid 1850s

Ten year old Cadi Forbes carries a burden that overwhelms her, separates her from her mother’s love and makes her the object of her community’s suspicion and derision. When Cadi’s beloved Granny dies the Sin Eater, a man cast out by the superstitious community twenty years earlier, arrives to fulfil his task of taking on the sin of the departed and ensure her journey to heaven, a custom brought to America by their Scottish ancestors. Despite dire warnings should she do so, Cadi looks into the eyes of the sin eater and her

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I am reviewing books for TitleTrakk and it is an honour to be part of the team! This week you can read my review of Frasier Island by Susan Page Davis.


Interview with Carol Cox & Fair Game giveaway!

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Encounter the thrills and spills of

Fair Game

A showcase of mystery, history, romance, and adventure

at the World’s Fair

A Fair to Remember ~ Book Two

Dinah Mayhew takes on more than just a job at the Chicago World’s Fair when she sets her cap for Seth Howell. As Dinah and Seth team up to help Chicago’s unfortunates, romance fairly blossoms. But matters take a turn for the worse when cousin Gladys appears on the scene and starts looking for love in all the wrong places. Upon Gladdie’s sudden and mysterious disappearance, Dinah and Seth begin searching for answers,

Add this one………

Just had to say I am currently reading W. Dale Cramer’s Summer of Light which I am reviewing for so you won’t see my review here for a while. I think I have only ever posted once before mid-read but this book is so fantastic I couldn’t help myself!

Steelworker, Mick Brannigan loses his job and ends up staying home to care for his three children, one who has a unique learning disability. This book is full of humour, compassion, insight and is beautifully written…so far…but can’t see that changing.

Add this to your TBR pile, without question!

Too Good to be True by Trish Perry

4 Stars

Rennie Young is overwhelmed by her losses. Her husband’s betrayal, the failure of her plans to adopt and her mother’s disapproval of her faith and choice of career culminate in a not so glamorous fainting spell in Wal-Mart. Opening her eyes, Rennie is convinced she is dreaming as the handsome man tending to her looks too good to be true!

Trish Perry has penned another entertaining romance that is fun and engaging yet encompasses the serious issues of prejudice, overbearing parents and how childhood shapes us. Rennie and Tru are appealing characters and although they fit