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Booktube sensation Sara Ella debuts as author with “Unblemished”

Booktuber Sara Ella recently became an author with the release of her debut novel, “Unblemished.” Seventeen-year-old Eliyana always has recoiled at the sight of the birthmark she feels disfigured her. One night, her whole world changes and suddenly her blemish could be her greatest strength. This is the first in […]

‘Getaway with God’ seeks to help women to forge a deeper relationship with God

Letitia Suk’s new book, “Getaway with God,” seeks to help women to forge a deeper relationship with God by spending time away from their everyday lives and dedicating that time to devote to God. The book outlines many different lengths of “getaways” — from weeklong vacations to just a day […]

“Shattered Vigil” by Carr stuns with imaginative world, realistic characters

Victory over the dark forces during the feast of Bas-solas should have guaranteed safety for the continent. Instead, Willet and the rest of the Vigil discover they’ve been outsmarted by those seeking to unleash the evil that inhabits the Darkwater. Jorgen, the member of the Vigil assigned to Frayel, has […]

“The Blind Date Collection” cute set of six contemporary, historical novellas

“The Blind Date Collection” is a super-cute set of six novellas centering on characters who meet on blind dates. Written by six different authors, it’s a 50-50 split between contemporary and historical fiction. Like most collections, there were some tales I preferred to others, but overall, the collection was quite […]

“Pursuing Gold,” by Simmons, a fascinating faith-based Civil War read

Ever since I was young, I have been fascinated by Civil War history, reading anything about it that I can get my hands on — both fiction and non-fiction. So it stands to reason that I keep an eye out for new novels set during this time period. When a […]

In ‘Healing of the Heart,’ Lough tells tightly plotted tale of love, redemption

“Healing of the Heart,” by Loree Lough, is the third installment in Lough’s Secrets on Sterling Street series. It follows Ruby McCoy, the daughter of a notorious gangster, who is trying to right the wrongs of her father. She eventually encounters Rex Truett, a small-town sheriff who doesn’t quite trust […]

Durbin’s “The Captain Takes a Wife” a fast-paced, light read

Doris Durbin’s “The Captain Takes a Wife” is a fast-paced, light read. It follows Capt. Harry Richardson, a soldier-turned-preacher, and Sarah Franklin, a teacher. Sarah flees a arranged marriage, straight into the arms of Harry. “The Captain Takes a Wife” is a fun read, but it lacks a certain depth. […]

Book-Set Giveaway: “Death in the Shadows” by Paul McCusker

Can Father Gilbert, who traded in his detective’s badge for an Anglican priest’s collar, champion the truth in time to stop more people from dying? Find out in “Death in the Shadows,” Paul McCusker’s new book, releasing Nov. 27. Pre-order a copy of “Death in the Shadows” and check the mystery lover […]

“Guide Me Home” continues Sawyer’s excellence with Kentucky tale

Kansas author Kim Vogel Sawyer’s newest release “Guide Me Home” proves that she keeps improving with each novel. The story focuses on Rebekah Hardin, a poor Kentucky native who takes a job as a guide at the Mammoth Cave to help her family after a tragedy. When a university student […]

“Trust My Heart” an easy read that doesn’t shy away from tough issues

“Trust My Heart” had my attention when I found out that one of the main characters is a journalist. However, I really didn’t really know what to expect from it. The story follows Jamie, a newbie journalist, as she tries to interview Grant McAllister, a man who recently inherited a […]