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- THE TRIALS OF ISABELLA M SMUGGE: BLOG REVIEWIn February of this year I wrote my first ever blog book review. The book was The Diary of Isabella M Smugge, Ruth Leigh’s debut novel, and it had me gripped from page one. At first it seemed Ruth had
- IT’S THE LITTLE THINGSDoor knobs. Who knew how vital door knobs were to finishing off a kitchen re-fit? The kitchen cabinets went in relatively smoothly, and the worktops went on a treat, and the kitchen was done. Except that it was completely unusable
- BOOK REVIEW: LOVE FROM SIENNA by JOY VEEJoy Vee and I met online. As a new author who had been through the same process as I of having her first book unexpectedly published by Instant Apostle, we made a connection. We shared so much in common, most
- GUEST BLOG: BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU START! by Susan SutherlandInstead of my ramblings, this week on the blog I am pleased to invite a new writer friend of mine, Susan Sutherland, to guest blog about how she came to write her book. If you love Biblical fiction you will
- LONG LOST FAMILYI love ITV’s ‘Long Lost Family’ – a show about reconnection and restoring of broken family relationships. It’s definitely one where having a box of tissues handy is advised! Some of the stories are heart-breaking – young mothers forced to
- THE SIMPLE THINGS (BEING THANKFUL)So we are home at last, and it is wonderful. The main building and reconstruction work is done: now work begins to get the house decorated and fitted out. We have no kitchen, no bathroom, and bare floors throughout. I
- HOLD ON TIGHTOne of the things I have had to learn to do lately, is to wait. Wait for the builders to put in the final windows and leave site. Wait for the adhesive to dry under the tiles in the new
- SCENT OF WATERBook Review: Scent of Water (Words of Comfort in Times of Grief) is a beautiful, moving, and honestly real devotional for those experiencing loss. Penelope has bravely written out of her own traumatic experience of witnessing her elderly mother’s life taken violently. And out of the subsequent deep grief response that left her numb and flailing.
- MILESTONE MOMENTSMilestones are important – they are places to stop and celebrate how far we’ve come, and God’s faithfulness on the journey. Today’s blog is all about marking those moments.
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