How Reading is Helping my Writing (I think)

I believe it's Stephen King who says that if you want to be a good writer, you must make time for lots of reading and lots of writing. I've been trying to do lots of reading (let's be honest here, I have book reviews scheduled through July already, plus I have THREE more already to … Continue reading How Reading is Helping my Writing (I think)

Book Review: More for Mom by Kristin Funston

What this book is about:  This rather light-hearted and fun nonfiction explores the ways in which moms in particular can step above the mess of everyday and live out her faith in Jesus. The tagline of the book is "Living Your Whole and Holy Life" and Funston doesn't mince words inside, which is beautifully balanced … Continue reading Book Review: More for Mom by Kristin Funston

Reflections on the day after my birthday

As an introvert, deep thinker, and Enneagram Type 5, I've spent much of my time this week reflecting. It wasn't a BIG birthday, you know, multiples of fives or even tens, but it was the first birthday after the closing of a difficult chapter in my life. For the past two years or so, things … Continue reading Reflections on the day after my birthday

Book Review: Tempests and Slaughter by Tamora Pierce

What the book is about:  T&S follows Arram, Varice, and Ozorne, all student mages, through their studies, forging a nearly unbreakable friendship as they deal with forces outside the school in forms of plagues, politics, and run-ins with various animal gods. What I liked:  I'm a huge fan of Tamora Pierce and this thick book … Continue reading Book Review: Tempests and Slaughter by Tamora Pierce

What I’m Reading: Chazown by Craig Groeschel

What this book is about:  This nonfiction personal growth book is about drilling down into the core of who you are in order to achieve your unique, God-given life goal. What I liked:  Tons of practical information - seriously. I started notebook so that I could record my thoughts, jot down answers to questions, ponder … Continue reading What I’m Reading: Chazown by Craig Groeschel

Musings on my current progress

I've been waiting on some writing news from people and it's been interesting, to say the least. To be entirely consumed by the waiting of words from just a few people is a strange place to be in, and yet, I find myself there. I'm trying VERY hard NOT to be consumed by it, but … Continue reading Musings on my current progress

Meet The Author: Blythe Daniel

Are you ready to meet another author?  The Blythe Daniel Agency managed the BlogAboutBlogger Network, of which I'm part, and how I get really cool books to read and review and sometimes even give away. Being part of the network has been amazing and I'm honored to get to interview her! Her personality REALLY shines … Continue reading Meet The Author: Blythe Daniel