08 December 2023

Her Secret Hope by Shelley Shepard Gray Book Review

Almost two years after Lilly Kurtz first traveled to Pinecraft, Florida, with friends, she's decided to make a fresh start there. She's ready to be new-and-improved Lilly, a Lilly without a past, a Lilly with no secrets. At first, everything goes well. She gets a job, her coworkers feel like family, and she enjoys reconnecting with her friends. But it turns out the past is reluctant to be left behind.

When Lilly meets hardworking farmer Eddie Byler, she can't get him off of her mind. But then she discovers that Eddie actually lives just a few miles from her hometown in Ohio. Lilly knows that he's not going to like it when he finds out what secrets she's been running from. And she knows she could never follow the man she's falling in love with back to a place where she's never felt accepted.

Will Lilly have to give up on love in order to find peace? Or could it be that love is actually the solution to all of her problems?

My Thoughts:

A Season in Pinecraft Series book 3 was another delightful read. I have enjoyed following this series with Mary Margaret, Besty, Ester, and Lilly.

In this story, we find out more about Lily. Lilly has decided to move to Pinecraft Florida. She is optimistic and excited for a new beginning in her life. She finds a job at the Marigold Inn. She even has a room at the Inn that she can live in. Everything is going well with her job. She is liked by her co-workers and guests. Eddie and his grandmother are guests at the Inn. Lilly and Eddie start to become closer but Lilly still struggles with being adopted. She is afraid to tell him. Eddie is smitten with Lilly,

Just when everything looks good for Lilly a guest accuses her of stealing. She didn’t do that but her boss has to fire Lily.  Now she is jobless and has nowhere to live. What will she do? This is a sweet story. It reads slow at time but I didn’t mind as the story was captivating.

This book is stand-alone. You will cherish it more if you read the other books in the series.  

I received this complimentary product through Revell in exchange for my honest thoughts.


04 December 2023

Wounded Tiger by T. Martin Bennett Book Review & Giveaway

"Bravo to an extraordinary story! I can feel your passion in bringing the story to life - a moving international epic! So simply and clearly written. I could continue to write praises but think you have many already." — Yoko Narahashi (Associate Producer of The Last Samurai, Producer of Emperor, and also known for BabelJumper, and Memoirs of a Geisha)

"The story of Mitsuo Fuchida and his transformation is one of the most gripping stories of WWII and the Pacific War. This thrilling story of war and forgiveness is a must for all." — Dr. Donald Goldstein, PhD (New York Times best-selling author of At Dawn We SleptMiracle at Midway, and many others).

Wounded Tiger is the true story of the pilot who led the Pearl Harbor Attack, whose life was changed by an American prisoner and by a girl he never met. Three incredibly different people have their paths cross in ways so remarkable as to almost be unbelievable if it weren't so well documented.

You can purchase a copy: https://bit.ly/WoundedTigerBloggers

My Thoughts:

For the last week, I have been absorbed in reading Wounded Tiger. History has always been my favorite subject and I enjoy reading books that tell a historical story from those who were there too. This is a true story that will capture your heart and mind. A heartfelt story of God’s redemption.

One thing that had me enthralled was the way the author entwined several individuals' stories together. That is hard to do without losing your audience. I felt like the individuals were unique and relatable, and I felt like I was getting to know the characters.

The story takes place during War World II. Jacob DeShazer who decided to join the U.S. military, eventually becomes a bombardier on a bomber aircraft. He and his military unit do a dangerous mission over Tokyo. Jake’s life is forever impacted by that faithful flight. He spent most of the war in a prison camp and many prisoners were killed and badly mistreated. During that time a Bible came to him. There in the darkness and hopelessness, he came to know the King of Kings and embraced his Savior, Jesus.

Mitso Fuchida is a Japanese commander pilot who led the attack on Pearl Harbor. He was also instrumental in several events in the Pacific theater during War World II. Not until after the war does he learn of a Christian forgiveness who had every reason to hate him.

Peggy Covell was in Japan as a missionary with her family.  Until Japan stepped in and the family moved to the Philippines. Peggy ended up going back to America for college. When the Japanese invaded the Philippines. Many of the Covell’s were accused and killed as spies when they lived in Japan. Even though Peggy’s family were only missionaries in Japan she clung to her faith after the tragic events that fell on her family in the Philippines.

This book was originally made as a movie script. Scattered throughout the pages are photos, documents, maps, letters, and newspaper clippings.

An inspiring story that is worth reading.

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Disclosure:  I received this complimentary product through FrontGate Blogger Network in exchange for my honest thoughts. @frontgatem

30 November 2023

The Holy Reads App Review

 I love to read books but unfortunately these days I find it harder to find time to read. I always prioritize my Bible reading while everything else starts piling up. My husband and I tend to get a lot of books from others who want us to read a book and see what we think. @holyreads_app @frontgatem  

The Holy Reads app was launched in December 2022 by a former Ukrainian pastor Michael Yurchuk. He wanted to see Christian books in a summary format for bestselling Christian books and classical spiritual books. The authors are well-known ones like C.S. Lewis, Max Lucado, Beth Moore, John MacArthur, Lee Storbel, and many more authors. There are over 1,000 book summaries already in the collection with new ones added to Holy Reads weekly. Other perks are daily devotions, small group packets for home groups, or Bible Studies.

Finding books is easy with the layout. You can look by topic. There are twenty-three categories. Just to name a few topics: discipleship, Bible studies, theology, parenting, women, men, and personal finances are just a few of the twenty-three categories. There is something for everyone women, men, and teens.

You can access the program on your computer or through Google Play or Apple Store on a device. None of the Holy Reads summaries are produced by AI.

Each of the book summaries has three formats: text, audiobook, and video. You can highlight, underline, and take notes in each book summary.

The audiobooks are my favorite format. The recording quality is good and the voices are nice. Some audiobooks sound like a robot but Holy Reads put a lot of thought into the voice recordings.

The video summaries are all animated and get to the point quickly with the book.  They are nothing overly fancy and are concise summaries that easily capture the context of the book.

The Text format is just that a few pages of the book are summarized in a concise overview of the book. You can look at a section overview while listening to the audio. Take notes, and highlight sections. You can also change the font size, font, and background color.

You can sign up for a free 10-day trial to see if it is a good fit for you. With the free trial, you get all the features you would have with a full membership. You can sign up for your free trial: https://bit.ly/HolyReadsBloggers


You have an option to do a monthly subscription for $4.99 or a one-year subscription for $49.99 one-month subscription to Holy Reads costs only $4.99. And a one-year subscription. $1 out of every $4.99 goes directly to supporting the women and children in Ukraine who are refugees of the Ukraine-Russia war.

I looked up several books that I had previously read in the past. I think that the summaries do a decent job of getting the key points across in the book. Does it cover every point in the books? No, not everything can be touched on in less than 20 minutes. For my schedule, this is nice to have an overview. If the book perks my attention, then I can decide whether or not to purchase the book.

 Disclosure:  I received this complimentary product through FrontGate Blogger Network in exchange for my honest thoughts. @frontgatem

29 November 2023

A Penny Saved by Terri Gillespie & Cynthia L. Simmons Review & Giveaway



About the Book

Book: A Penny Saved

Authors: Terri Gillespie & Cynthia L. Simmons

Genre: Middle-Grade Fantasy & Mystery

Release Date: May 27, 2023

A Move, A Mess, A Mystery

Mason’s world turns upside down when he, his little sister, Olivia, and their mother move into their grandfather’s house.

Mason misses his cool friends. Unfortunately, R.B., the weird kid down the street, thinks he’s Mason’s new best friend.

Mason’s grandfather, a retired professor, stays in his office filled with musty, dusty books. Never realizing there’s a magical treasure hidden in plain sight. An 1860 Indian Head penny, named Penny, who is alive!

When Penny goes missing, Mason helps his grandfather look for her.

Will Mason find Penny and learn her secret?


Click here to get your copy!

 My Review:

A refreshing story for teens that promotes faith, morals, forgiveness, and integrity. The story is current to the youth of today. The book has some mystery, history, and some fantasy.

It all starts with a penny, and not just any penny but an 1860 Indian Head penny that talks. Some fascinating history about the Civil War can be learned in this book.

Mason has left behind all his friends as his family moves in with his grandfather in Georgia. Mason’s grandfather is a retired professor who prefers the company of his books in his office. Grandpa has a treasure in “Penny”, the talking Indian Head Penny.

The kid down the street wants to be around Mason all the time. Mason thinks R.B. is a strange kid. Poor Mason this has been a hard move being relocated to a different state and he misses his old friends.

The 1860 Indian Head Penny, is named Penny. She only talks to his younger sister Olivia. Penny has a lot to share about history. Then the unimaginable happens, Penny goes missing. They must save Penny!

This is a fun book that I have enjoyed reading with my daughter. The story is unique and we had fun trying to solve the mystery ourselves. All the characters are relatable and likable. I hope to see this book made into a series.

Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through Celebrate Lit Bloggers in exchange for my honest thoughts. 

About the Terri

Terri Gillespie is a multi-award award-winning author and speaker and YouTube personality. Terri lives with her hubby outside Atlanta. They have one adult daughter, who lives in Chicago with her husband and son. Terri was one of the managing editors of the bestselling Tree of Life Version of the Holy Scriptures.

More from Terri

My grandson, DJ, loves to read, but there is a lack of inspirational and clean books with Black protagonists. DJ loves fantasy and mysteries, and as his safta (grandmother), I wanted a book that gives even more, a sense of legacy with a theme of looking past the exterior to the value underneath 

When the strange, awkward R.B. offers to pray for Mason’s grandfather and then brings over his granny’s tuna casserole, Mason is touched and wonders if he has misjudged R.B.

After tasting this recipe, would you change your mind? 

Widow Savier’s (R.B.’s granny) Tuna Casserole

2 (5 oz.) cans chunky-type tuna in water (drain well)

1 cup frozen peas

1⁄2 cup milk

3⁄4 cup butter-Ritz-like crackers, crushed or crushed potato chips (R.B. prefers the chips)

4 oz. (about 2-1⁄2 cups) thick egg noodles

1 can (10.75 oz.) cream of mushroom soup

1⁄4 tsp. garlic powder

Bit of butter (it is the south after all)


  • Preheat oven to 375°F.
  • Cook noodles according to package instructions, adding peas during the last 2 minutes of cooking; drain in strainer.
  • While noodles are cooking, in a separate bowl, mix together soup, milk and garlic powder.
  • Stir in the noodles and peas, then add the tuna.
  • Transfer to a 1-1⁄2 quart lightly buttered casserole.
  • Bake 15 minutes; top with cracker crumbs OR CHIPS. Continue baking 5 – 10 minutes or until heated through.

Serves 4, so Widow Savier doubles the recipe for Mason’s family so they have leftovers.

Blog Stops

Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, November 16

Stories By Gina, November 17 (Author Interview)

Texas Book-aholic, November 18

A Modern Day Fairy Tale, November 19 (Author Interview)

Mary Hake, November 19

Locks, Hooks and Books, November 20

Vicky Sluiter, November 21 (Author Interview)

Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, November 22

A Reader’s Brain, November 23 (Author Interview)

Happily Managing a Household of Boys, November 24

Blogging With Carol, November 25

Blossoms and Blessings, November 26 (Author Interview)

Artistic Nobody, November 26

For Him and My Family, November 27

Library Lady’s Kid Lit, November 28 (Author Interview)

Little Homeschool on the prairie, November 29



To celebrate her tour, Terri is giving away the grand prize package of a $50 Amazon Gift Card, signed copy of A Penny Saved, and A Penny Saved Mug!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.


28 November 2023

The Old Testament Handbook Book Review


Immerse yourself in the Old Testament Handbook, an elegant, full-color Bible handbook that includes robust summary content, charts, maps, word studies, illustrations, and more for every Old Testament book of the Bible. Constructed with high-quality cloth cover materials and a sewn binding, the Old Testament Handbook is designed to last a lifetime as a valuable companion resource for Bible study, teaching, and ongoing discipleship.


·         High-quality, foil-stamped cloth cover materials and Smyth-sewn binding meant to last a lifetime

·         Elegant full-color interior design, including maps, charts, illustrations, and other visual helps for every book of the Old Testament 

·         More than 75 in-depth word studies of key words found in each Old Testament book 

·         Ribbon marker for easy referencing between pages during study, teaching, or sharing 

Old Testament Handbook features the highly readable, highly reliable text of the Christian Standard Bible® (CSB). The CSB captures the Bible’s original meaning without sacrificing clarity, making it easier to engage with Scripture’s life-transforming message and to share it with others.  Christmas shopping made easy - check out the Lifeway Christmas page for inspirational gift ideas!

You can purchase your copy today here. There are several other additions as this is a series. For more information: https://www.bhpublishinggroup.com/holman-handbook-series/

My Thoughts:

I am delightfully surprised with the contents of The Old Testament Handbook. It has enough depth to dig into the Old Testament as a starting study guide.

I love the simplicity of the cover. It’s a enim charcoal cloth-over-board book.  The lettering is embossed in gold. The Old Testament Handbook also comes in a beautiful sand color. Everything about how it looks is just very appealing to look at.

The interior is full-color throughout the book. The pages are glossy. I did get a bit more glare than I wanted in certain lights.

The book layout starts with Genesis and goes through to the Minor Prophets. The layout is similar throughout. A few of the Old Testament books are combined in one section. 1 and 2 Kings, 1 and 2 Samuel, and 1 and 2 Chronicles. The minor prophets are combined and Ezra and Nehemiah are also combined together.

There is an introduction that gives you a bit of background, and information about the author, message and purpose, summary, and structure.

It has an outline for each book except for the books that are combined together. They are also combined in the outline. It breaks down the chapters in small bites and gives a nice overview.

Word Study-The word study is usually around 3 words. The words are Hebrew words in transliteration to help you pronounce the word. The CSB transliteration is used. It tells you what verse the word is used in, how many occurrences in the Old Testament, and a focus passage in the book. A brief information of the word and passages of use. I would have loved to see the Hebrew along with the transliteration for those who read Hebrew.

Another feature of the book is a nicely laid-out timeline in most of the books. If not, a timeline there are charts. I thought the charts were unique compared to some that I have seen in other study resources. You will also find familiar charts that cover essential study tools. There are maps, family trees, diagrams, and key points of how it points to Jesus in the New Testament. A lot of key points, scriptures, and quotes are included.

Overall, I think this is a nice study tool addition to your daily study. I would have loved to see a list in the back of the book of the different resources and charts to be able to quickly find something. Even a glossary of the Hebrew words in both Hebrew and transliteration so you can look up the page.

This would make a nice gift for someone special or a treat for yourself. This would benefit new believers and I think most teens could benefit from this and start them out on learning how to study the word. It would let them see the importance of the Old Testament.

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Disclosure:  I received this complimentary product through  in exchange for my honest thoughts. @frontgatem


09 November 2023

Shadows at Dusk by Elizabeth Goddard Book Review

Montana Detective Trevor West is desperate to learn what happened to his sister, who went missing in Alaska over a year ago, leaving nothing but a few photographs as clues to her whereabouts. At the advice of Police Chief Autumn Long, Trevor enlists the help of an experienced bush pilot. If Carrie James can't help him find the places in the photographs, no one can.

But Carrie has her own agenda. Grieving the death of her closest friend and the only person she could trust, Carrie will help Trevor find his sister on one condition--that he help her track down her friend's killer.

As the two close in on the answers they crave, they'll face dangers and connections they could not have imagined. They'll have to learn to trust one another--and face the dark secrets of the past--if they are ever to discover the truth and bring a killer to justice.

My Thoughts:

This action-packed suspense mystery will take you from Africa to Alaska. You won’t be disappointed with this page-turner and the plot. The plot is complex and there is a lot going on but as usual, the author doesn’t disappoint.

I loved the characters as they were relatable and you couldn’t help to not invest your heart into the characters. Carrie’s life was one of betrayal and deep hurt.  She moved to Alaska thanks to a close friend Isaac who helped her move beyond the hurt and move forward. They are partners in business.

Carrie is a pilot of a float plane and Trevor hires her to fly over a location where he can match some photos that his sister left behind. Those photos lead Carrie and Trevor on a perilous journey that gets the attention of the person involved in Trevor's sister going missing. Now that they opened a can of worms, they have people chasing them and trying to eliminate them.  Carrie gets invested after her friend and partner, Isaac is killed as Trevor and her team up to investigate the disappearance of Trevor's sister and the murder of her friend.

You will also get to catch up with Autumn Long from the first book in the series, Cold Light of Day.

It is a wonderfully written Christian suspense with faith and a bit of clean romance. I highly recommend Shadows at Dusk by Elizabeth Goddard.

For more information about Elizabeth Goddard books, visit her website at http://www.elizabethgoddard.com.


You can connect with Elizabeth on social media: Facebook: http://facebook.com/elizabethgoddardauthor

Twitter: http://twitter.com/bethgoddard

I received this complimentary product through Revell in exchange for my honest thoughts.


03 November 2023

Soulful: You in the Future of Artificial Intelligence Book Review and Giveaway


About the Book

Book: Soulful: You in the Future of Artificial Intelligence

Author: David Espindola

Genre: Non-Fiction

Release Date: May 22, 2023

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has hit an inflection point – ChatGPT has popularized its use. The implications are staggering. Machines are gradually but relentlessly encroaching on what was once believed to be the exclusive realm of tasks performed by humans. The displacement of jobs and consequent technical unemployment is inescapable. But those who can collaborate with AI will be highly rewarded.

Soulful describes the proliferation of AI and its broad implications for the world of work and society in easy-to-understand language. It explains how Human-AI collaboration will increase productivity in Education, Healthcare, Science, Manufacturing, Service, and many other areas. The book discusses the human condition, what motivates and sets us apart from robots, and how to use our intuition to collaborate with AI. It teaches how to identify and develop unique human capabilities and skills that will be highly valued in the future, such as empathy and lateral thinking.

The book explains how increased productivity due to AI and a new creation-based production system could generate abundance, changing how we think about the economy and the meaning of work. In addition to abundance, we could benefit from technology’s unstoppable deflationary force, which may lower the cost of our basic needs – energy, food, communications, transport, education, housing, and healthcare – so that most humans could potentially enjoy a high-quality, low-cost living standard. It also considers the challenges in crossing the chasm between the current realities of inequality, environmental degradation, and economic uncertainty to this new environment where humanity could benefit from the sustainable production of abundance.

Soulful examines threats and opportunities from the advancement of AI and instigates deep reflections and thought-provoking discussions that will open the readers’ minds to new possibilities, preparing us to enter this unfamiliar territory. It provides new insights and investigations from multiple domains, including technology, neuroscience, social psychology, economics, philosophy, and theology. It concludes with a discussion about the soul – the uniquely human trait that is difficult to describe and impossible to impart to machines.


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 My Review:

Are you ready for AI aka Artificial Intelligence? It’s here whether you like it or not. It has been in the news lately with Congress creating new bills and stipulations concerning AI. Honestly, AI is not something that I was familiar with other than me asking my phone a question or the portrayal of it taking over the world in movies. I have had a few conversations with some youth from my work about it and how they are using it in school. The younger generation is pretty hyped about the possibilities of AI. While the older generation is not too keen on AI. So, what do you do? We need to educate ourselves on the subject and see what it is all about.

Soulful has a lot of information about the history of it. The author brought up some interesting insights on the benefits of it and even how it will be possibly used in the future. He comes at it from a Christian perspective digging into AI. There is a lot of research and thought put into this book. Not only does the author explain the benefits but also the implications and the negative consequences of the future of AI. I appreciate that he does say that AI will never replace a human. First, it doesn’t have a soul that God puts into every human. Second, it has no emotions attached to it, no matter how it’s programmed.

AI will continue to affect every part of our lives. He gives you some possible scenarios for the future with AI. How it will affect employment and different industries. We need to understand AI in our world. Do we fight against AI? It’s here to stay because whether we like it or not, we need to understand the consequences and benefits it will bring and adapt and grow with it in some areas. He gives an optimistic view of AI from a balanced view.

I can usually read a book in a few days. Soulful: You in the Future of Artificial Intelligence was not a fast read for me. It had a lot of information that was boring research and technical information. The book was well worth reading despite it not being a genre that interests me. I feel that I have a better grasp of AI, it doesn’t mean that I’m sold on AI but the reality is AI will continue to affect our lives. I recommend this book still as I walked away more knowledgeable about AI. 

Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through Celebrate Lit Bloggers in exchange for my honest thoughts. 

About the Author

David Espindola is a technologist, strategist, futurist, and advisor to business, nonprofits, and academia. As a former Chief Information Officer and consultant to world-renowned organizations, he has developed a keen understanding of technology trends and their impact on business and society.

David is the Founder of Brainyus, a company that applies the principles of Transformative Purpose, Lifelong Learning, and Servant Leadership to transform organizations and individuals. Additionally, he serves as a member of the Advisory Board at the University of Minnesota’s Technological Leadership Institute (TLI).

David is the coauthor of The Exponential Era: Strategies to Stay Ahead of the Curve in an Era of Chaotic Changes and Disruptive Forces (Wiley/IEEE Press), published in December 2020. In the book, he explains the impact of exponential growth, describes several technology platforms that are converging to create the Exponential Era, and provides a detailed, practical strategic planning methodology to help companies succeed in these unprecedented times.

You can learn more about the author on his website: DavidEspindola.com.

More from David

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is all the rage these days. Until recently, AI was only a topic of conversation within academic or high-tech company circles. But after the advent of ChatGPT, AI has captured the attention and imagination of the average person, as well as business people and legislators worried about its impact on our future.

In its current stage, AI is designated as narrow or weak because, despite its ability to do a few things better than humans, it does not have the general intellectual capabilities that we possess. The next stage, Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), is the holy grail of computer science. It is debatable if and when we will reach the AGI stage, but if we do, it won’t be long before machines become superintelligent (ASI).

We learn from the bible that when God created the world, he had a particular role in mind for humankind:

“Then God said, ‘Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground.’”

Genesis 1:26

No other species has been gifted with the same intellectual capacity and communication skills as human beings, and this unique trait has empowered us to rule over all the animals and control the resources around us. But now, for the first time in history, a new “entity” known as Artificial Intelligence portends to take away the superior intelligence that gave us the ability to dominate the world.

Does this mean we will lose our superiority and control? Will the machines rule over all the earth’s animals, including us? The answer to this question will depend on your beliefs. Suppose you believe that human beings are organic matter driven by electric pulses and chemical reactions in our brains and that this powers our intelligence and consciousness. In that case, it is easy to conclude that superintelligent machines will overcome our superiority and rule the world. After all, machines are made of the same atoms and molecules, whether organic or not, so the only thing that differentiates them from us is their superior intelligence.

But if you believe human beings are more than organic matter — that we are spiritual beings designed by God for a specific role as described in Genesis — then the idea that machines will develop consciousness and the desire to rule the world loses its plea. According to the Christian faith, humans are much more than flesh and bones automatons programmed by DNA and driven by neurochemicals and electric pulses. God gave us a soul, an essential core of our being.

Some neuroscientists believe there is nothing beyond our brains, but if so, would superior “brains,” as in superintelligent machines, be more precious than human lives? Deep inside, we all know the answer to this question, but unless we are open to the possibility that there is more to us than physical matter, it becomes very difficult to explain why. Artificial intelligence is forcing us to ponder the age-old question that philosophers and theologians have considered: What does it mean to be human?

Soulful examines threats and opportunities from the advancement of AI and instigates deep reflections and thought-provoking discussions that will open the readers’ minds to new possibilities, preparing us to enter this unfamiliar territory. It provides practical advice to help the readers do well in a world surrounded by AI and offers a spiritual perspective to help answer the most profound questions we have been asking for thousands of years.

Blog Stops

Book Reviews From an Avid Reader, October 21

Blossoms and Blessings, October 22 (Author Interview)

Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, October 22

Texas Book-aholic, October 23

Artistic Nobody, October 24 (Author Interview)

Because I said so — and other adventures in Parenting, October 25

Splashes of Joy, October 26 (Author Interview)

Locks, Hooks and Books, October 27

Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, October 28

Beauty in the Binding, October 29 (Author Interview)

Becca Hope: Book Obsessed, October 30

Guild Master, October 31 (Author Interview)

The Adventures of a Travelers Wife, November 1

A Modern Day Fairy Tale, November 2 (Author Interview)

Mary Hake, November 2

Little Homeschool on the prairie, November 3


To celebrate her tour, David is giving away the grand prize package of a $50 Amazon gift card and copy of the book!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.


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