The Fifth Man by John Olson and Randy Ingermanson, a review

Someone seems to be bent on killing them, and they don’t know who it is. Is there a murderous fifth man on Mars?

Entertain me

What’s wrong with me? I have books to write, dishes to wash, projects to complete, and people to pray for. Why would I rather be entertained?

Free featured ebook: The Hope of Shridula

Today I’m featuring The Hope of Shridula by Kay Marshall Strom, a story of revolutionary India published March 1 by Abingdon, a major Christian press, and favored with 4.25 out of 5 stars by the eight people who have reviewed it so far on Goodreads.

Daughter of Light by Morgan L. Busse, a review

Rowen Mar discovers a strange white mark on her hand and loses her soldier father on the same day. Her father was her only friend and protector in her village of suspicious folk, who can’t forget that Rowen is adopted.

Angel Eyes by Shannon Dittemore, a review

Brielle is crippled by her despair as she blames herself for her best friend’s death. To learn to cope, she returns to the small town she calls home from the big city where she had attended a performing arts high school. Old friends reach out to her, but she rebuffs them. Then an amazing boy shows up and shakes her from her lethargy.

Featured free ebook: a prairie romance

Our featured free ebook for today is Paper Roses (Texas Dreams trilogy, Book 1) by Amanda Cabot, published in 2009 by major Christian fiction publisher Revell. It received four out of five stars on 75 reader reviews at Amazon. Be sure to get it soon; it may not be free much longer!

Joanie Hileman’s 32 Miracle Stories

Joanie Hileman was not a writer, but the Lord kept bugging her to write this book. Finally she did it. She gathered testimonies of God’s faithfulness in miracles and in loss from all over the state of Maine, it seems.

Have you ever had a dream?

Today we have a guest post from author Morgan Busse. Have you ever had a dream?

Free ebook: a suspense novel, Deadly Aim

Our featured free ebook for today is a Christian suspense mystery called Deadly Aim by Patricia H. Rushford. The book received 4.4 out of 5 stars on 10 customer reviews at Amazon, and is published by a respected Christian publisher, Revell.

Light of Eidon by Karen Hancock, a review

Abramm is calling himself Brother Eldrin, and all he wants is to be left alone by his family. But his family isn’t happy about it, not the least because it’s the royal family, and he’s now second in line to the throne. Soon Abramm discovers that the holy orders that have been his life for the past eight years are a front for evil people who want to use him as a puppet.