Tag: christian fiction

A Heart Set on Pilgrimage

What does it mean to have a heart set on pilgrimage? And what about when the path takes us through a valley of tears? Will it be worth it?

BLOG BOOK REVIEW: OLIVER’S SECRET by Eleanor Watkins

Oliver’s Secret is a lovely book for 6-8 year olds, written by Eleanor Watkins. I am pleased to be able to review and recommend it to you.

FAITHFUL IN THE WAITING

Well, a few days from now the wait will almost be over, and excited children will be putting out their stockings in hopeful expectation for them to be filled with goodies. For most children, I guess they have had very little to do once school is over, except to wait

TALKING TO CALIPPA CUMBERLAND: BLOG TOUR BOOK REVIEW

Christmas is coming! I know, I’m beginning to panic a bit too – it’s less than a month to go and I don’t feel in any way prepared for it! I am however praying that this Christmas will be a good one; a celebration of family and fun, a ray

THE PILGRIM WAY

This week my blog introduces you to some of the places featured in my new book, The Pilgrim, and why they are special to both me and Brother Hywel!

HARVESTING JOY: A NEW BOOK!

I have realised that four out of my last five blog posts have featured other people’s books. Now that is not a bad thing; I love reading and reviewing books. And there have been some great books to read and review! But I do think that perhaps I should dedicate

BOOK REVIEW: LOVE FROM SIENNA by JOY VEE

Joy 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 especially our desire to write fiction that carried the message

GUEST BLOG: BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU START!   by Susan Sutherland

Instead 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 love her book ‘Leaving Bethany‘, an imagination based around the

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 like camping, we always have done as a family, and

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