The Memory of You by Catherine West About the book: (from the publisher) Thirteen years ago, Natalie lost a part of herself when her twin sister died. Will traveling back to the family winery finally put the memory to rest, or will it completely destroy her?
Where the Dead Lie: A Sebastian St. Cyr Mystery by C.S. Harris About the book: (from the publisher) London, 1813. Sebastian St. Cyr, Viscount Devlin, is no stranger to the dark side of the city, but he’s never seen anything like this: the brutalized body of a fifteen-year-old boy dumped into a makeshift grave on the grounds of […]
With Love, Wherever You Are by Dandi Daley Mackall About the book: (from the publisher) Everyone knows that war romances never last . . . After a whirlwind romance and wedding, Helen Eberhart Daley, an army nurse, and Lieutenant Frank Daley, M.D. are sent to the front lines of Europe with only letters to connect them for months […]
The Weight of Him by Ethel Rohan About the book: (from the publisher) At four hundred pounds, Billy Brennan can always count on food. From his earliest memories, he has loved food’s colors, textures and tastes. The way flavors go off in his mouth. How food keeps his mind still and his bad feelings quiet. Food has […]
I See You by Clare Mackintosh About the book: (from the publisher) Every morning and evening, Zoe Walker takes the same route to the train station, waits at a certain place on the platform, finds her favorite spot in the car, never suspecting that someone is watching her…
I love books for so many reasons. I love how they allow writers to express and share ideas. How they transport readers to far-off times and places, challenge our thinking, or expose us to new and beautiful ideas. I love that within their pages, they possess the wondrous power to change us. Sometimes the right book […]
A Trail of Crumbs by Susie Finkbeiner About the book: (from the publisher) “I believed it would have been a sin to stay inside when God had sent us such fine weather. According to Pastor Ezra Anderson, sin was the reason we’d got in the dusty mess we were in. The way I saw it, that day was […]
It’s a bit embarrassing, but here’s the truth: when it comes to engaging with the children I sponsor through World Vision, I am letter-writing challenged.
Shoes for Anthony by Emma Kennedy About the book: (from the publisher) This 1944 World War II drama tells the story of Anthony, a boy living in a deprived Welsh village, anticipating the arrival of American troops. Suddenly, a German plane crashes into the village mountain.
India by Debra Schoenberger About the book: (from the author) I have always been fascinated by the sheer beauty and diversity in Indian culture. “Sensory overload in a glance” is an apt description of a country that is always in movement. To be able to stand still in the middle of all that movement allows me to really “see” […]