Biblical fiction, Christian fiction, Writing News

Under the Cloud (free Kindle Edition)

I’m looking forward to today and attending my first-ever virtual writing conference (Inscribe Fall Conference)! In gratitude for all the writers and writing mentors (from Inscribe and other writing groups) that have helped and encouraged me through the years, I’ve arranged a free download of my latest novel, Under the Cloud - Kindle edition. GET… Continue reading Under the Cloud (free Kindle Edition)

Biblical fiction, Book Reviews, Christian fiction, Fiction, Historical fiction, Religious

Beyond the Purple Sky – review

Beyond The Purple Sky by Eunice Cooper-MatchettMy rating: 5 of 5 starsIn dramatic scenes fueled by an informed imagination, Cooper-Matchett takes us into a little-known time in Israel’s history. The Jews are in exile in Babylon. Zerubbabel—a brilliant Jewish lad and companion of Nebuchadnezzar’s successor Belshazzar and sister Belshalti-Nanner, is being groomed for service to… Continue reading Beyond the Purple Sky – review

Religious, Spiritual Journey Thursday

Vicarious (Spiritual Journey Thursday)

A few weeks ago an acquaintance sent me a newly published book of her poems. They were simple but beautiful in their first-person expression of praise, love, and gratitude to God—a collection of modern psalms. I reacted to that book like I have to other similar ones, asking myself, why don’t I write more overtly… Continue reading Vicarious (Spiritual Journey Thursday)

Book Reviews

Dynamic duo by Laura J. Davis (review)

Come to Me Fictionalizing the story of any Bible character is tricky, but Laura J. Davis chose some of the most sensitive characters when she set out to write Come to Me—the story of Jesus’ life as seen through the eyes of His mother. Mary’s narrative begins with her betrothal to Joseph, and ends after… Continue reading Dynamic duo by Laura J. Davis (review)