Hello ladies and gents! Sorry, too many hours listening to an audio book with a British narrator has made me feel inclined to be a bit more posh on the blog... anyone want a scone? 😉 I'll keep this post short and sweet; I've had an idea for some time to curate and sell a… Continue reading Christian Fiction Subscription?
I've been looking for another great audio book to follow All Manner of Things, as well as trying to get to know a new app I downloaded through our library called RBdigital. The app seems to focus primarily on media, so I've been excited to see if they have a good selection of Christian fiction… Continue reading Goldilocks and the Three Books
Some of you may already know that I do not receive free books to review from Christian fiction publishers such as Tyndale or Bethany House, but I thought it might be interesting to share with you why that is! Before I get started, let me just mention-- in the spirit of kindness--that I'm in no… Continue reading Why I Don’t Accept Free Books from Publishers…and the One Time I Do!
This week I want to have a little fun (who am I kidding, I'm always having fun!) and match up titles I've read with various teas I adore. You'll get to know me a little as I pair up blends with books! This is easier done than explained, so let's get started... Constant Comment— A… Continue reading Tea and a Tome
Science fiction. Final frontiers, colorful characters, thrilling and imaginative challenges to overcome... I love it. But where's the Christian Science Fiction? I realize it's more difficult to write because so many of the common constructs of science fiction do not fit within a Biblical worldview, but it can be done. As a teen, for example,… Continue reading The One I Really Want to Love
Everyone has wanted an invitation at one time or another. As a child, maybe some of you watched Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and wondered what it would be like to find a golden ticket. Or perhaps you waited expectantly for your best friend to call you over for a sleepover. A few days… Continue reading Awards Ceremony Ramble
I don't know about you, but since none of my rich uncles have decided to die and leave me untold fortunes (I don't think I even have a rich uncle) I'm always open to exploring affordable ways to get my hands on books and audio books! Recently I've been trying two apps my local library… Continue reading Hoopla vs. Overdrive for Christian Fiction Readers
Recently I've been reading an old allegory by Hannah Hurnard called Hind's Feet on High Places. Similar to Pilgrim's Progress in ways, the main character (named Much-Afraid) is traveling up a mountain with the help of the Good Shepherd, hoping to someday make it to the High Places. Along the way she learns lessons and… Continue reading Sneak Peek and Ramble, Hind’s Feet on High Places
Tyndale Publishers recently had a $5 sale on a large selection of titles and I couldn't resist the opportunity to get a bundle for a bargain! After waiting around (impatiently) for about a week or two, six lovely paperbacks arrived, and I thought I would let you in on what I purchased in case anything… Continue reading Tyndale Book Haul!
I have a slightly different (and more colorful!) review post for you today! I thought I'd take a rabbit trail into children's picture books and see if I could find any with good Christian messages you could add to your collection or check out from the library. Being an Auntie myself, I'm always bringing a… Continue reading A Handful of Children’s Picture Books