Book Love, Christian fiction

Book reviews: A Dance in Donegal, The Paris Betrayal, and Bookshop by the Sea

Hi, everyone. A few weeks ago I introduced you to another website I launched earlier this year: Clean Fiction Book Reviews. In case you haven't hopped over there yet, here are links to the latest reviews I've posted. I hope you'll stop by and subscribe if you enjoy getting the scoop on books across different… Continue reading Book reviews: A Dance in Donegal, The Paris Betrayal, and Bookshop by the Sea

Book Love, Christian fiction

Find a new Christian author through the 2021 Selah Award fiction winners

One of the biggest and most respected conferences for Christian writers was last week: the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference in North Carolina. They celebrate on the last night of the conference with the Selah Awards, which cover multiple categories of Christian fiction and nonfiction works that were published in the past year. Books… Continue reading Find a new Christian author through the 2021 Selah Award fiction winners

Book Love, Christian fiction

Introducing Clean Fiction Book Reviews

Today I’d like to introduce a new website to you: Clean Fiction Book Reviews. In case you haven't noticed the widget in the sidebar, it’s my new website where I’m posting reviews of many books I read. Why a second site? I love words and books and anything related to either (always have and expect… Continue reading Introducing Clean Fiction Book Reviews

Book Love, Christian fiction

Book review: Colors of Truth by Tamera Alexander

A story of racial reconciliation and the cost of telling the truth Back cover copy: In a town battered and bruised by war, one woman embarks upon an impossible search — and one man must face the past in the very place that almost destroyed him. Tennessee, 1866. According to the last letter Irish immigrant… Continue reading Book review: Colors of Truth by Tamera Alexander