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)

Change is as good as a holiday!

As you can see I have changed my template as my old one wasn’t up to the task!

Widows & Orphans by Susan Meissner

3 1/2 stars

Widows & Orphans is a solid start to Susan Meissner’s new Rachael Flynn mystery series. A number of Susan’s previous books contain elements of suspense but this book revolves solely around a murder and the impact on those associated with the crime.

Rachael Flynn is a successful young lawyer living in New York with her illustrator husband, Trace, enjoying a break from the law due to the birth to her first child, McKenna. When her mother calls to tell Rachel that her brother Joshua has been arrested, she is not surprised as Josh has a longstanding …

Charles Martin……….coming soon

On Friday night my book club enjoyed a conference call with Charles Martin, author of the amazing When Crickets Cry, Wrapped in Rain, The Dead Don’t Dance and most recently its sequel, Maggie. Check back soon for the full interview which was informative, inspiring and a lot of fun and my review of When Crickets Cry!…

CFBA Review of Violette Between by Alison Strobel

It’s that time of the week! Time to do a blog tour!

This week’s tour is Violette Between.

Between Here and the PAST,
THERE LIES A PLACE…a place of longing for what has been rather than hoping for what could be!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Alison Strobel graduated with a degree in elementary education, and in the summer of 2000 she moved from Chicago to southern California where she taught elementary school for three years. It was in Orange County that she met her husband, Daniel Morrow, and the story developed for her first novel, Worlds Collide.

And the winner is………………….

Tracy! Your details have been sent to the publisher of Dark Hour so look in your letterbox soon!

Reconstructing Natalie by Laura Jensen Walker

5 Stars

Reconstructing Natalie is one of the best novels I have read this year! Every woman should read this book and laugh out loud at the humour, cry through the suffering and pain and discover the joy of true friendship and sacrificial love. This book will give you all that and so much more.

Natalie Moore is diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of twenty seven and she knows her life will never be the same. What she doesn’t know is how her family, friends and boyfriend will react to the news nor the scope of the