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

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

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Book review: Court of Swans by Melanie Dickerson

Court of Swans by Melanie Dickerson is a reimagining of the Wild Swans tale and the first book in a new series of fairytale retellings set in medieval England. It was my choice for a young adult book for the April installment of the Read Something New in 2021 Book Challenge. Back cover copy: Delia… Continue reading Book review: Court of Swans by Melanie Dickerson

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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