I got pregnant with my first child while my husband and I were stationed in South Korea. As if living in a completely foreign culture thousands of miles away from family wasn't enough, God decided it was the right time to throw a first-time pregnancy at this already overly anxious military wife (oh, can I … Continue reading Pregnancy Brain
In 1939, as Hitler began his swift march across Europe, three children made a journey of their own, arriving at the doorstep of the Kilns in Risinghurst, just outside of Oxford, where C.S. Lewis was a professor of English Literature. Although only forty, his request to re-enter military service was denied and the armed force's … Continue reading A Celebratory Piece of Turkish Delight
I am so excited to finally be able to reveal to you all the cover for If It Rains, my upcoming novel from Tyndale House Publishers, releasing July 6, 2021! In Oklahoma, 1935, lives are determined by the dust.Fourteen-year-old Kathryn, born with a clubfoot, is separated from her family while traveling to a surgeon who … Continue reading ‘If It Rains’ Cover Reveal!
To celebrate the upcoming cover reveal of "If It Rains," I'm hosting another giveaway over on my Facebook page! The beautiful cover for “If It Rains” gave me all the feels…so what better way to celebrate its reveal than to give away a copy of Elizabeth Laing Thompson's “All The Feels,” as well as a … Continue reading Cover Reveal Giveaway!
"...Go back and report to John what you have seen and heard: The blind receive sight, the lame walk, those who have leprosy are cured, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, and the good news is preached to the poor." (Luke 7:22) This was the answer Jesus gave when messengers from John the Baptist … Continue reading Missing The Forest Through The Trees–or Pigs
It's no secret that COVID has changed a lot of things in our world. Not least among them is how we travel. Airline travel is at its lowest level in decades, with more and more Americans choosing the relative safety of their own vehicles and embarking on that simultaneously most-dreaded and also most-loved traditions: the … Continue reading An Ode to the American Roadtrip