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Giveaway: The Happy Crab

Children’s Book Giveaway The Happy Crab by Layla and Kevin Palmer Want to know the favorite book around our house lately? The Happy Crab by Layla and Kevin Palmer. I was gifted a copy earlier this week, and I can’t even tell you how many times my kids have read it. The three-year-old already has […]

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Book Review: The Lines Between Us

Book Review The Lines Between Us by Amy Lynn Green Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to participate in my very first cover reveal! Amy Lynn Green’s novel was one I was eagerly anticipating, and helping her with the reveal was just icing on the cake! (Check out my reveal post here!) When The […]

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Book Review: Yours is the Night

Book Review Yours is the Night by Amanda Dykes Last year, I received a copy of Amanda Dykes book, “Set the Stars Alight” and I fell in love. (If you haven’t read it, go order a copy here!) So when I heard that Yours is the Night was coming out this year, it quickly became […]

Book Review: Come Back to Me

Book Review Come Back to Me by Jody Hedlund About Come Back to Me: The ultimate cure that could heal any disease? Crazy. That’s exactly what research scientist Marian Creighton has always believed about her father’s quest, even if it does stem from a desire to save her sister Ellen from the genetic disease that […]

Book Review: On the Cliffs of Foxglove Manor

Book Review On the Cliffs of Foxglove Manor by Jaime Jo Wright Jaime Jo Wright’s BEST BOOK YET! I’ve been following Jaime’s writing journey since her very first novel. With books like The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus and The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond, this author is known for her faith-based but creepy and gothic-feeling stories. […]

Book Review: Unknown Threat

Book Review Unknown Threat by Lynn H. Blackburn Unknown Threat is 300 pages of non-stop action! Right from the very first few pages, I was thrown into this fast-moving story and utterly captivated from start to end. If you love romantic suspense, you’ll want to check out this new series from Lynn H. Blackburn! (Keep […]

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The Hands and Feet of A Mother

Look at a mother’s hands. They may not look like much. Hands that were once manicured and polished, are now speckled with colored markers and non-toxic paint. The chips in her nails arrive courtesy of countless Lego stacks pried apart and Paw Patrol stickers scratched off walls. Her hands have seen more loads of laundry […]

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Interview with The 700 Club Canada

It is always an honor to get to share more of our story and help continue the discussion about pregnancy loss. This month, I had the opportunity to chat once again with The 700 Club Canada. The interview was aired on Friday, just before Mother’s Day — which was such special timing. For so many […]

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In Their Own Time

Accomplishing Milestones In Their Own Time As a baby in the NICU, it seemed to take our son forever to learn to eat. After seven weeks in the hospital, we were beyond anxious to bring him home. But the nurses simply smiled and said that he wasn’t ready. “He just isn’t strong enough yet.” And […]

A Habit Called Faith

Book Review A Habit Called Faith by Jen Pollock Michel When you think about it, there is much irony found in a bookworm who struggles to read the Scriptures. And yet, there have been countless seasons in life where my Bible reading could be described as inconsistent at best. 2020 wasn’t the first time I’d […]

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Book Review: The Moonlight School

Book Review The Moonlight School by Suzanne Woods Fisher About The Moonlight School: (From the publisher) Haunted by personal tragedy, Lucy Wilson arrives in Rowan County, Kentucky. It’s the spring of 1911 and she’s there to assist her cousin, Cora Wilson Stewart, superintendent of schools. A fish out of water, Lucy is appalled by the […]