Spark by Jill Shope Hackman, a review

Spark by Jill Shope Hackman, a review

Spark by J.M. Hackman tells the Christian fantasy tale of Brenna, a Pennsylvania schoolgirl just turning 16. Brenna discovers to her dismay that flames shoot from her fingertips when she’s angry. After she sets a school display on fire, causing the sprinkler system to...
His Gift by Joan C. Benson, a review

His Gift by Joan C. Benson, a review

His Gift by Joan C. Benson tells the inspirational story of a gifted teenage concert pianist. Molly has entered a competition sponsored by the Detroit Symphony in the fateful fall of 1929. Can she compete with all the other skilled young people? Might she even win?...
Merlin’s Blade by Robert Treskillard, a review

Merlin’s Blade by Robert Treskillard, a review

In Merlin’s Blade (2013), the opening book in Robert Treskillard’s Arthurian saga, Merlin begins as a bashful, gawky teenager, son of a blacksmith, nearly blind. Some unknown druids come to his tiny town in post-Roman Britain, bringing with them a mysterious,...

Angel in the Storm by Lisa Grace, a review

Angel in the Storm by Lisa Grace, Book 2 of Angel series Self-published ebook available on Amazon Genre: Christian young adult, supernatural This is the second book in the Angel series. In the first book (Angel in the Shadows) Megan, the protagonist, realized over the...

Created to live forever

Today we have a guest post from author Ada Brownell. “Whoever lives and believes in me will never die” (John 11:26). Is the water that makes steam gone forever? No, because the earth has only a certain amount of water, which is constantly in a precipitation and...

Don’t give up on your dream …

Today we have a guest post from Janalyn Voigt, telling us about her dream to become a published author.  See below for a book giveaway! My Tales of Faeraven series began as a story to entertain my little girl during a drive. For the main character of my story, I...

Entertain me

Today we have a guest post from author Gloria Clover. This devotion is late coming to Phyllis because I’m an American with an American problem. I love to be entertained. I love to read. I love to watch movies. I love to do word games and jigsaw puzzles, and it...