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Summer Reading Challenge

One of the highlights of my childhood was going to our public library with my own library card and signing up for the summer reading challenge. Admittedly, I had grand goals of filling in all those lines. I did read. A lot. I just don’t know that I ever filled […]

My Top 7 Favorite Classics

Recently, a fellow bibliophile and friend challenged me to list seven of my favorite books. It is a challenge to pick only seven, and the list is somewhat subject to change depending on the genre. So, I’m going to expand my list to include the other genres. But, first, these […]

Priceless: Timeless Tomes

Write about something you would still buy if it cost twice as much as it costs today. I learned this sage advice in one of my college classes: “When I have a little money, I buy books; and if I have any left, I buy food and clothes.”― Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus […]

Personal Parables: A 31-Day Devotional

Love never gives up. 2 Corinthians 13:8 MSG Often going through difficult circumstances that affect every facet of well-being is when God reveals Himself the most in our personal stories. This devotional highlights scripture studied over a two-year time period and has been consolidated into a 31-day devotional. May God […]

The Forget-Me-Nots: A Novel

In The Forget-Me-Nots, Katrina Wade thinks her solitary life will continue when her great-aunt Minnie moves into a nursing home after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. But, then she meets Aric Hammond, the nursing home director, and his son Gunnar, who has Autism Spectrum Disorder. Through her relationships with Aunt Minnie, […]