Book Review: Loving My Actual Christmas by Alexandra Kuykendall – Available Sept 5th

Hey Friends! Over the next few weeks, I'm going to do something a little new. I am part of the launch team for a book coming out on September 5th called Loving My Actual Christmas, so I'll be talking about that on Mondays until it launches. I know - August is so early to be … Continue reading Book Review: Loving My Actual Christmas by Alexandra Kuykendall – Available Sept 5th

Pantsing a Novel: Using Community to Overcome our Walls

Hey friends! I hope you enjoyed yesterday's video because I have all kinds of great things to share about how we can use community to overcome hitting the wall. I firmly believe that writing (and life in general) cannot be improved without community. If we write inside a bubble, it never gets better and if … Continue reading Pantsing a Novel: Using Community to Overcome our Walls

Review: Leadership and Self-Deception by The Arbinger Institute

What the book is about:  Leadership and Self-Deception is a surprising nonfiction book, but in a good way. The main principle of this book, termed "Being in the box" is presented in a fictional narrative manner rather than the usual non-fiction 'here's the problem and here's how to fix it' manner. This book explores the … Continue reading Review: Leadership and Self-Deception by The Arbinger Institute

Review: The Friday Night Knitting Club by Kate Jacobs

What the book is about:  This fiction book is the story of an unlikely group of women coming together through a shared interest in knitting. Georgia Walker owns a yarn store in New York City, Walker and Daughter. Through a series of events, Georgia eventually begins what is termed 'the Friday night knitting club' and … Continue reading Review: The Friday Night Knitting Club by Kate Jacobs

Review: Never Settle for Normal by Jonathan Parnell

  What the book is about: This nonfiction lifestyle book is aimed at the person seeking to understand what Christianity is about. In the book, Parnell breaks down the basic elements of Christianity and presents them in a simplified way, taking care to not saturate it with names of theologians that seekers wouldn't know while … Continue reading Review: Never Settle for Normal by Jonathan Parnell