Lisa Harris: The Writer & her Book (with giveaway) Engaged in Trouble by Jenny B. Jones Cover Reveal: Indie Novels coming soon Must Reads: Becky Wade and Katie Ganshert

Engaged in Trouble by Jenny B. Jones


When a washed-up pop star inherits a wedding planning business, it’s all bouquets and bliss until a bride turns up dead. 

Paisley Sutton shot to stardom as a teenage rock sensation, but ten years later that star has fizzled out, just like her bank account. When she unexpectedly inherits her aunt’s wedding planning business, Paisley leaves the glamour of Los Angeles for a charming small town in Arkansas. Thinking she’ll arrive in Sugar Creek and liquidate the moldly property, Paisley’s shocked to find Enchanted Events has experienced a major makeover and is now the place for brides. She’s got

Bookish Question of the Week

BQ DragonTalking fantasy novels today! Everyone says fantasy is a tough sell in the Christian market, and I know that is true, but with stories such as the ones I’ve listed below and Patrick W. Carr’s excellent novels. I’d love to know what fantasy novels you have discovered!

If you are anything like me, it’s super hard to keep recommendations short, but I am going to ask that you stick with three only. It’s a given that you will have way more than three recs you could make, that you love lots of books and lots of authors, and by recommending …

Catherine West: The Writer & her Book


Chatting with Bermudan Cathy West today about Canada, the unfuzziness of nectarines, and the surprising Rance Harper from her latest release, The Memory of You.


The Writer

Please describe yourself in three words (ask your best friend or family if you are struggling!)

Introvert, SlightlySnarky (yes I’m cheating :)), Dreamer

What’s your favourite season, and why?

Oh, I love Fall! Of course, living in Bermuda I don’t experience it, but when I lived in Canada it was definitely my favorite season! I love the cooler temperatures after a hot summer, the sunsets are amazing, the changing leaves, first fires …

The Reading Habits of Deborah Raney




The Reading Habits


Deborah Raney


Are you a re-reader? Why, or why not? And if you are, what are some of the books you have read over and over?

There are only two books (besides the Bible) that I’ve read more than once. My TBR pile is so high that I can’t bear to go back and re-read. But the two books I have read twice are Catherine Marshall’s Christy, and LaVyrle Spencer’s Then Came Heaven. The latter, I read the last page and was so sad to leave the characters behind that I …

Cover Reveal: Indie Novels coming soon

Indie April May 2017

You will recall that last year some of my best reading experiences were independently published novels, and this year is shaping up in similar fashion. I’m loving seeing the quality of indie covers improving, too, and there are some beauties here. Some I’ve already read, so I’m going to share a little bout those stories while I have your attention!

Jenny’s cover is the standout for me, eye-catching, appealing, reflective of the genre and that skull and crossbones amidst the flowers adds a lively quirkiness. I’m privileged to be reading it now, and are you all in for a treat! …

Must Reads: Becky Wade and Katie Ganshert


Okay, so I’m in a bit of a reviewing bind at the moment! As an INSPYs Board Advisory member I’m currently knee deep reading the longlist books which I can’t talk about as it would compromise our wonderful Awards, so I’m stuck. But…one of the best things about being a book blogger is access to not yet released novels. But then it’s best to review close to their release date. To remedy both my “problems” I’m going to recommend two upcoming books that I’ve had the privilege to read, which I won’t be reviewing until closer to their release dates.