Tag Archive | sacrifice

Love Your Book

Love Your Book

I read a lot of inde- and self-published novels. Not as many as I would like, but that’s true of reading in general. Still, though, a lot. Some of them are exceptional. Some of them, I can tell the author invested a lot in honing his or her craft, hiring an editor and cover designer, […]

The Art of Sacrifice

The Art of Sacrifice

My kindle recommends lots of stories. I’ll try new authors from those recommendations sometimes. Most write well with expansive worldbuilding and intriguing story-lines. I must have tried eight or nine samples recently. I’ve bought none. My most recent attempt was so promising. The fantastical elements of the world were unique. The plotline drew me in […]

In Memory of…

In Memory of…

I don’t have much to say that seems appropriate on this important day. As a military wife, I know all too well the honor, gratefulness, and emotions that go into this day. So I won’t clog it up with meaningless words. All I want to say is THANK YOU to all who have served in the […]

Obedience and Sacrifice

In my last post I discussed the tendency for some people to get upset at the merest suggestion of a Christian world-view within a novel that is not obviously Christian from looking at the title and/or cover. In my enthusiasm for stories that contain Christian content (it’s what I feel called to write) I fear […]

What Would You Do?

What would you do for a Klondike bar? The age old question. I love those commercials, they come up with some wacky; far fetched things that people would do in order to recieve a Klondike ice cream bar. It also brings me back a little while, when Larry Bird, and Michael Jordan did those McDonald’s […]