I have spent my life reading. Truly. I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t thinking about books and starting a new book or planning what I was going to read next.
The Magnolia Story by Chip and Joanna Gaines
This is probably one of the craziest stories that I never knew could be true.
Courtney Walsh is a novelist, artist, theater director, and playwright. Just Let Go will be her eighth inspirational romance novel.
The Promise of Breeze Hill by Pam Hillman
I am not far into this book, so I am not able to share much, but the story is about an Irish man that has indentured himself to ensure the passage of his brothers to America
As my sophomore novel, The Hidden Side, is introduced to the world, I can’t help but think how it changed me more than any novel I’ve ever written. I think this is good.
Growing Up Amish by Ira Wagler
This story of self discovery and identity in Christ is keeping me thirsty for the next page.
Years ago, I attended a writer’s conference where a speaker said, in three words, what I feel about writing: “Reading is writing.” As an author, reading is the fount of inspiration, sustenance, and courage.
Fall of Giants by Ken Follett
Fall of Giants is a magnificent historical epic.
Devotionals can help us discover God’s attributes and character throughout Scripture.