Winning Your Blood Sugar Battle, How to Prevent and Control Type 2 Diabetes, by Dr. Richard Furman, MD., FACS

I’ve reviewed books by Furman before, so was eager when the opportunity to read and review this latest release came my way. Please, Please, please, give this book to “That Person” we all know, who is struggling with their weight and health and just doesn’t seem to get their mind straight on what they need […]

Book Review of Yours Truly Thomas, by Rachel Fordham

This was a fun book overall. I found a little bit of the set-up to be a little bit preposterous. But, that said, I didn’t set it down! I had to find out what happened. And isn’t that what every author wants? Yes, we want to make people keep reading. This took place in D.C., […]

Review of: “The Pink Bonnet” by Liz Tolsma

I happen to have the privilege of know ing the author, Liz Tolsma. This was one of her best books! Action packed, full of really interesting historical details, it brought to life a real crime that happened in the early 1900s. Georgia Tann was a crooked woman who stole children and sold them to desperate […]

Wooing Cadie McCaffrey, by Bethany Turner ~ A Book Review

Isn’t that a cute cover? The story has a really cute set-up, too. A couple of single people who work together at a sports network get to know each other and date for four years — hello!? They are Christian people. Now that really makes me wonder why they dated for four years? If they’re […]

“On a Summer Tide” by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Susan here.  Oh, I am so excited to be reading this book! This makes two in a row, of really exceptionally good Christian fiction books. On a Summer Tide, features three sisters. I’m only guessing at this point (haven’t finished it, I’m savoring it) which of the sisters will find her true love in this entertaining […]

Review of “The Refuge” by Ann Gabhart

Susan Karsten here, with a book review! Set mostly within a Shaker (cult) community over a century ago, The Refuge is a wonderful story with a fascinating setting. Gabhart draws readers into the past, and you feel almost as if you are there!  The relatable characters include a widow, who was stranded within the Shaker […]

The Plot is Murder by V.M. Burns, a review and author interview

Hi, faithful readers! Susan Karsten here with a nice book to tell you about. THE PLOT IS MURDER is a novel I sought out on my own — not through the blogging program of any publisher, etc.   A delightful and different cozy mystery in which author Burns takes the reader along on a fascinating […]