Interview: Carlene Havel & Review: Here Today Gone Tomorrow

Lillie: I’m thrilled to welcome Carlene Havel to my blog today. I first met Carlene through her parents, my dear friends, Billie and Herb Houston (writing as Barri Bryan). She wasn’t a writer when I first met her, but she has since published three books. Carlene is offering a giveaway, a $15 Amazon gift certificate, … Read more

Review: Submission

Submission: Heeding Only His Voice by zeke lam My rating: 5 of 5 stars Zeke Lam contends that the biggest problem in the Church today is the lack of submission to the will of God. Instead of being transformed by the renewing of their minds, too many Christians are conformed to the world. Even many … Read more

Book Review: A Bride’s Dilemma in Friendship, Tennessee

A Bride’s Dilemma in Friendship, Tennessee by Diana Lesire Brandmeyer My rating: 5 of 5 stars I met Diana Brandmeyer online several years ago when we both had books with the same electronic publisher and have been a fan a long time. While I was predisposed to like Diana’s latest book, historical romance isn’t a … Read more

Book Review: Crossing the Scriptures by Debra Chapoton

Crossing the Scriptures: The Amazing Bible Study by Debra Chapoton My rating: 5 of 5 stars Christians sometimes wonder if there is any value to studying the Old Testament, with its genealogies, strange laws, violence, and vengeance. The author shows how the entire Bible ties together in a beautiful tapestry of God’s truth. In the … Read more

Review: Sorry I Thought I Loved You

Sorry, I Thought I Loved You Michielle DJ Beck (author) and Marcus A. Lindemann (contributor) Chipmunkapublishing June 10, 2011 ISBN: 978-1849915168 Paperback, 286 pages, $21.00; also Kindle edition, $9.00 Nonfiction This is not an easy book to read, but it is a worthwhile one for anyone who knows or suspects he or she is a … Read more

Book Review: The Yellow Rose by Dawn Colclasure

The Yellow Rose by Dawn Colclasure My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is delightful little story for children that adults will enjoy as well. It also teaches a valuable lesson about love and beauty. My only qualm is that it may inadvertently teach another less desirable lesson: that making money is evil. I’m not … Read more