Everyone has their secrets and Tayte, Agnes, and Noah are no exception. In Agnes’s home, though, those secrets—or dragons—might just tear them all apart. Part of the Kindle Scout competition, The Dragons of Alsace Farm, was hot and trending for four weeks before its launch. Find out why during this blog tour!
About the Book
In need of his own redemption, Noah Carter finally confronts his childhood hero, the once-beloved uncle who betrayed him. Instead of vengeance, he offers forgiveness, also granting Uncle John a most curious request—for Noah to work on the ramshackle farm of Agnes Deveraux Keller, a French WWII survivor with dementia.
Despite all Agnes has lost, she still has much to teach Noah. But the pair’s unique friendship is threatened when Tayte, Agnes’s estranged granddaughter, arrives to claim a woman whose circumstances and abilities are far different from those of the grandmother she once knew. Continue reading “Dragons, Anyone?” →
Imagine with me a city. You’re almost there. It’s a city you’ve always wanted to go to. The [enter your favorite mode of transportation] is creeping ever closer. Then it stops. Almost there, but not quite. Laurel Garver is with us today to talk about her book, Almost There. Let’s see how many times we can use the title in different contexts.
About the Book
Paris, the City of Lights. To seventeen-year-old Dani Deane, it’s the Promised Land. Continue reading “Almost There” →
When my husband gets home today, we are going to head out for a very short, yet fun vacation. We are going to a festival that happens only every few years or so, and I think my boys will really love it. It’s not like we need to travel far: just the other side of the state.
Let’s have a little geography lesson. I live in Michigan and so Continue reading “Worst Vacation Experiences EVER!” →
This past week we said goodbye to my husband’s grandpa. Though we’ve dealt with others dying while being married these last ten plus years, the loss of his grandpa is probably one of the most difficult because they were birthday buddies. Throughout growing up Continue reading “I Want to Go Home” →
About a couple of months ago I had one of those days that parents experience every now and then. You know, the kind of day where your kid(s) are apparently the devil Continue reading “One of Those Days” →
Thank goodness for Twitter! If it wasn’t for that, I would have never known it was National Selfie Day today, and naturally, I have to say or do something for this. Now, before anyone judges, I am not a frequent selfie taker. I am of the opinion Continue reading “It’s Selfie Day!” →
I saw a writing challenge worksheet that listed various topics someone could write about, and after perusing some of the options available, I saw one on your earliest memory. Thinking that’s unique, I decided it would be a good idea to share mine! When you’re done reading, I’d love for you to submit yours!! Continue reading “My Earliest Memory” →
Who doesn’t like a scavenger hunt? I suppose it depends on the kind of scavenger hunt, but Faith Blum is with us today to reveal the covers for her three upcoming novellas.
Each novella will be published this summer. Continue reading “A Novella Scavenger Hunt!” →
Good morning, Ladies and Gents! Welcome aboard Flight 74 heading for the Red Planet, Mars. Please strap on your seat belts because this promises to be one wild ride. We’ve got free books galore, three fun giveaways, author interviews, and more. Let’s get this adventure started! Continue reading “I’m Heading to Mars!” →
David Millican’s debut novel, Frontier Preacher, is now available in eBook and Paperback!
About the Book
Hollis feared the loneliness would swallow him whole. He had arrived in Wyoming to fulfill his uncle’s dying wish – that he save the people of Gillette – but his education and faith had not Continue reading “Frontier Preacher” →