Friday, March 29, 2024

Review of the Ark and the Dove by Jill Eileen Smith


Zara and Noah have walked together with the Creator for their entire lives, and they have done their best in an increasingly wicked and defiant world to raise their three sons to follow in their footsteps. It has been a challenge--and it's about to get much, much harder.

When the Creator tells her husband to build an ark to escape the coming wrath against the sins of humankind, Zara steps out with him in faith. But the derision and sabotage directed their way from both friends and extended family are difficult to bear, as is knowing that everyone she interacts with beyond her husband, her sons, and their wives is doomed to destruction. And when the ark is finally finished and the animals have been shut up inside, Zara and her family embark on an adventure that will test their patience and their faith as they await deliverance and dry ground.

Experience the story of Noah and the flood like you never have before. With bestselling and award-winning author Jill Eileen Smith as your guide, you'll never look at a rainbow the same way again.

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My Review

The Ark and the Dove is a well-written story of Noah and his family that survived the flood. The author's descriptions of the Biblical setting and people of their time, made the story come alive for me.

The building of the ark and filling it with needed supplies and animals was exciting. To learn of their struggles made the book seem more real. There were parts of the story that moved me to tears and others that I rejoiced in the love of God.

It's an inspirational story that even though the Biblical version was written years ago, it is still relevant today and the story is a reminder. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I received a complimentary ARC from the publisher Revell. A positive review is not required. All opinions are my own.

Tuesday, March 26, 2024

Review of Wombat and the Family Tree by Marietta Apollonia

Spark curiosity in children about family history, genealogy, and their place within that legacy as Wombat's family tree project grows into an exploration of his relatives' wisdom as well as what talent he can add to his community.

Wombat's family tree assignment turns sour when he realizes that every ancestor has a special something they are good at--everyone except him. He tries all the talents he's learned about from his family members, from music to carving to cooking, but nothing fits. Then, with a nudge to try again, the family tree branches out to grow into Wombat's very own something.

Wombat and the Family Tree by Marietta Apollonio is for children aged 4 to 8 and features

  • a heartfelt and fun exploration of what a family tree is while finding a sense of self within your heritage,
  • a sweet and energetic main character who wants to do his best,
  • a supportive family who encourages Wombat to keep trying despite disappointment,
  • whimsical and nostalgic illustrations that enrich the story with delightful details,
  • a note from the author about her own adventures in genealogy, and
  • a blank family tree for children to fill in that allows room for a variety of family structures and caregiving situations.

Join Wombat for an adventure in self-discovery as he answers these questions: Where do I come from? What can I learn from people who have come before me? What are my special skills that I can contribute to my family and community?


The book is a nice hardcover with bright colors and illustrated well. It will catch a child's attention to have a look inside. The inside leads you into the wombat's story as he discovers his family tree and what each member is good at.

This story will pique a child's curiosity about his family tree and discover what his interests are. It's a sweet read illustrated in bright colors with a section in the back for the child to do his family tree.

I received a complimentary copy from the publisher and a positive review is not required. All opinions are my own.

Monday, March 25, 2024

Review of a New Release- Cowboy Justice by P. Creeden


Series: A Sutton Brothers Texas Rangers Romance
Release Date: March 25, 2024
Genre: Christian Historical Western Romance

He lived and breathed the Texas Ranger code – until one woman’s siren song called him to turn renegade and gamble all he had for a future with her.

When Phineas Stockton leaves Boston where he was training for the Pinkerton Detective Agency, he returns to his hometown in San Marcos, Texas to find his brother has married and his mother has moved to a ranch of all places. But determined to make it on his own, he turns to his uncle and the Texas Rangers.

While in training, he has a perilous encounter with the leader of the notorious Deadwood Gang, which forces him to make tough decisions. Phineas’s quest for justice transforms into a trial by fire when he crosses paths with Charlotte Cody, forcing the stoic Texas Ranger to balance the Code of the West with the yearnings of his heart. Driven by his steadfast morals, Phineas pursues frontier justice, willing to risk it all for honor and love. But Charlotte has a past that could threaten their future together. Will their budding romance survive the harsh realities of the Code of the West? Or will vengeance and violence sabotage their chance at happiness?

Their devotion is tested through gripping adventures and perilous twists of fate.


The story is set in 1887 San Marcos.  Phineas Stockton wants to become a Texas Ranger. Little does he know where it would lead him.

There is a lot of suspense, betrayal, and a new direction; especially when Phineas & Charlotte's paths cross. Her ties with her brother turns deadly and secrets come out.

The main characters are interesting and held my attention, trying to figure out what would happen next.  I loved the ending which wrapped everything up nicely with some surprises. Highly recommended.

I received a complimentary copy from the author and voluntarily chose to review it. All opinions are my own.


Friday, March 22, 2024

Review of New Release- The Mapmaker's Secret by Jennifer Mistmorgan


He’s there to uncover her secrets. She’s determined to hide them. Can he gain her trust without blowing his cover … or falling in love? If you enjoy gripping wartime romance with a dash of mystery and intrigue, you'll love The Mapmaker's Secret!

May 1943, Lincolnshire, England: Grace Deroy’s family estate is requisitioned by the Air Ministry, so she takes a job in the new cartography facility to protect what used to be her home, a small cog in the vast machinery of war. When the new American intelligence officer Jack Marsden arrives, she has no idea he’s been sent to spy on her.

Jack has little experience with espionage, but his real task is simple enough: get close to Grace and find out whether she’s leaking Air Ministry secrets to the enemy. It should be a dream assignment, but Jack finds himself tongue tied and awkward every time he comes in contact with his target––a sure sign he’s falling in love.

Grace isn’t the Nazi sympathizer that MI5 suspects, but that doesn’t mean she’s got nothing to hide. When compromising stories about her appear in the press, Grace fears someone she trusts––someone working in her own home––is trying to expose her. Can she find out who before all the shameful secrets from her past are laid bare? And can she trust this quiet new American to help her work out who the real traitor is?

Book 2 of the On Victory's Wings series, The Mapmaker's Secret is easily read as a standalone novel.

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My Review

The setting for the book is England in 1943-44, a historical romance. The book kept me glued to the pages from the beginning. This is the first book I've read from this author but plan to read more. Her vivid descriptions, historical elements,, and many-layered characters placed in suspenseful circumstances made for a great story.

When Lieutenant Jack Marsden, works in photographic intelligence but finds himself involved in espionage, things don't end the way he hoped. He is assigned to spy on Grace Deroy, a WAAF Corporal at the Bartondale facility.

The storyline is filled with distrust, deception, and lies, but also forgiveness and faith. A very exciting read.

Thursday, March 21, 2024

New Release- The Road Home by Izzy James



A Cinderella story about a pirate's daughter on the Wilderness Road to Kentucky.
Beti Boatman, pirate's daughter, long dreamed of traveling to a place where no one knew her name. When looters showed up on the day she buried her father her choice was made. Leave her home or allow the only two people in the world she loves to live in constant danger.
When Zeke and what's left of his regiment organized a wagon train west, they did not expect to encounter a woman traveling alone. Beti insists she doesn't need his help, but Zeke knows better and the strong need to protect her runs deep. Things get complicated when looters track Beti down. And emissaries from her mother’s country claim Beti is a real princess. Now Beti must choose: the hardships in Kentucky or a throne.

It’s available for 99¢ for release week!!

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Words from the Author

Hello! I’m Izzy James
First a very little about me. I live in coastal Virginia where most of my stories take place. I write Christian Historical Romance set against a backdrop of American history featuring strong women and the men who come to love them. I am a big fan of second-chance romance so you will see that redemptive trope often in my books. When not reading or writing I can be found hanging out with my family, spinning fluff into yarn, and turning yarn into all kinds of things via my knitting needles or my new circular sock machine. 
My latest release is a bit of a departure for me in that my characters have decided to leave Virginia and head for Kentucky! 

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Monday, March 18, 2024

Review of Squirrels in Antarctica by Sari Karplus, Illustrated by Todd Wilkerson



Book Details:
Book Title:  Squirrels in Antarctica by Sari Karplus
Category:  Children's Fiction (Ages 3-7), 34 pages
Genre:  Children's Picture Book
Publisher:  Tip Top Story Shop
Release date:   Mar 2024
Content Rating:  G.  Suitable for everyone.
Book Description:

This fantastical book of animals in unusual places will tickle your brain, leading readers of all ages imagining their own silly combos. You'll see a skiing seal in Switzerland, a pufferfish piloting an airplane, a sloth who runs a marathon (but isn't ever done), and so much more! With fun illustrations and an educational twist, this book encourages readers to embrace their limitless imagination, explore the world, and experience animals big and small in their not-so-natural habitats. Perfect for bedtime reading or as a classroom favorite, Squirrels in Antarctica sparks boundless imagination. So, come along on this epic journey and "Let your thoughts fly limitless like snails on shooting stars." Is it a book? Is it a word game? Can it be both?!
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Meet the Author:

Sari Karplus got her storytelling start as a comedian and filmmaker in Los Angeles. But when an improvised bedtime story to her three young children inspired her first kids' book, she officially joined the ranks of the book writing world. Sari loves to create stories with fun journeys and teachable moments... with a healthy side of humor. Sari has written all 3 books of the Robotastic! series. "Sari" rhymes with "Mary." Sari loves rhyming.

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Sari Karplus Author Interview


What inspired you to write this book? Is there an actual game that goes with it?

Squirrels in Antarctica was inspired by a game we play at our house of the same name. My son invented it in second grade to help us keep his younger siblings at the dinner table (when they were known to wander off). The game worked like a charm and we were able to eat in peace. What’s even better, it inspired so much creativity and laughter. A win all around! I wanted to share this concept with the world in the most fun way I could, and thus turning it into a lovely, rhyming picture book. The best part about this game is you don’t need any single thing to play it– just your imagination. There’s no board. There’s no score. You can start or stop at any point. It’s convenient to bust it out anywhere or any time that you are with friends or family. The book is chock full of fun examples to get your brain thinking creatively.


There are so many fun animal and place combinations in the book. Do you have a favorite page?

My favorite might be the blobfish teaching English in Spain. But ask me another day, I’ll have a different answer for you.

Your other books are about robots. Why the departure with this book?

Ah yes, you’re referring to my Robotastic! book series. I love these books. They are super fun STEM picture books about robots and friendship that I started at the dawn of the pandemic. And while I have no doubt I will be adding to that series in the future, Squirrels in Antarctica was calling my name. The universe kept taking over my brain and handing me these hilarious combinations of animals and places that I really wanted to share. And I just had to say, “Ok, universe, you win. Game on!” While there are over 30 different animals in unexpected places in the book, there are probably another 100 that didn’t make the cut. But maybe those animals are just… hibernating?


Is that your way of saying that Squirrels in Antarctica is going to be a series?

I am very much implying that. However, we’re still in talks to see if a Squirrels in Antarctica series could be in the works. Each page was meticulously illustrated by the very funny and talented Todd Wilkerson. Does his iPad even have enough storage for another 30+ charming animals in unexpected locales? I’ll ask and get back to you.


What’s a tip for writers who want to get their books published?

This journey to publishing will undoubtedly be challenging. But if you have a story worth sharing, be patient! I guarantee you can bust through the roadblocks you may encounter. 


This is a fun-filled book that will challenge young children to use their imagination. The animals in the story are in unusual habitats and are well illustrated. The story will bring smiles and laughter from any child. Maybe adults too, as I found myself back to earlier days when I was young.

The brightly illustrated pages will get a child's attention and take them on a fun adventure. It would make a nice addition to your child's library and one they will pick up more than once. Highly recommended.

I received a complimentary copy from the publisher and a positive review is not required. All opinions are my own.

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Thursday, March 14, 2024

Review of The Mercy Seat by Henry O. Arnold


The Mercy Seat JustRead Blog Tour

Welcome to the Blog Tour for The Mercy Seat by Henry O. Arnold, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

About the Book

Title: The Mercy Seat
The Urban Chronicles #1
Henry O. Arnold
Mountain Brook Ink
Release Date:
March 5, 2024
Christian Contemporary Fiction

Hells Canyon is a neighborhood in Richland, Tennessee where tourists never venture, and locals fear to tread. Maxwell Crane, former Marine chaplain and pastor of The Mercy Seat church, struggles to provide a beacon of hope. 

But others have their eyes set on Hells Canyon: power elites, robber barons, and street gangs seek their own gain at the cost of the beleaguered urban neighborhood. For the people who live there, it’s been a fight to exist their whole lives, and that fight is getting harder. 

Maxwell doesn’t have to stay in Hells Canyon. He and his family could leave to live a comfortable middle-class existence. Instead, Maxwell chooses to risk his life—and the lives of those around him—to stand against the oppressors. 

But what happens when this pastor crosses a line, taking justice into his own hands? Will his family, his community, and his God ever forgive him? Will he ever forgive himself?  

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My Review

The Mercy Seat is a book that takes you into the world of drugs and the people who are involved. Pastor Maxwell Crane, pastors the Mercy Seat Church right in the middle of a community of Richland's homeless, underprivileged, and dealers. Maxwell and his family live within the community.

The characters are well-developed and appear real. The setting used for the book worked well and the writing was easy to read. The story had me on the edge of my seat, holding my breath, and hoping things turned out to keep the family safe.

There are lots of spiritual issues going on and I loved how the family grew in Christ. They were courageous. The Mercy Seat is a great read that will have you running the gamut of your emotions. I highly recommend it. I will be reading more of his titles.

I received a complimentary copy from the author; a positive review is not required. All opinions are my own.

About the Author

Henry O. Arnold

Mr. Arnold's career as an actor/author spans over five decades with multiple stage and film credits. His most recent film is The Hiding Place. He has recorded over one hundred audiobooks and is the author of the multi-volume biblical/historical fiction series entitled The Song of Prophets and Kings. When not writing he can be found hiking on a trail somewhere on the planet. He and his lovely wife Kay have two beautiful daughters, married to two handsome men, with three above-average grandchildren.

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Wednesday, March 13, 2024

New Release- The Sweetest Gift by J.E.Grace


Christian Contemporary Romance

Book 1 of A Lakeview Falls Romance

Available in Ebook (99c) and also Paperback


Becca Tate, a talented set designer for a Broadway company, finds herself at a crossroads when she unexpectedly inherits her grandmother's charming house in the quaint town of Lakeview Falls. Fueled by a sense of adventure and longing for a change, Becca courageously quits her job and embarks on a journey to start anew.

However, her fresh start takes an intriguing turn when she uncovers peculiar secrets hidden within the walls of her grandmother's house. Among these discoveries is a collection of enchanting Christmas ornaments.

Meanwhile, Grant Jacobs is confronted with turmoil as he inherits a house and a trove of belongings from a grandfather, he never had the chance to know. Wrestling with unresolved emotions and familial complexities, Grant's path intersects with Becca's, leading to unexpected twists and turns that neither of them could have anticipated.

Set against the backdrop of a charming small-town Christmas, this heartwarming romance explores themes of love, redemption, and the transformative power of the holiday spirit. Becca and Grant embark on a journey of self-discovery and romance that will warm the hearts of readers and leave them believing in the magic of Christmas.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2024

New Release- Never Fall Again by Lynn H. Blackburn

Landry Hutton has spent three years rebuilding her life behind the secure gates of The Haven, an exclusive resort on the outskirts of Gossamer Falls, North Carolina. As the artist-in-residence, and with her pottery prized by The Haven's guests, Landry is finally ready to settle in permanently. She wants to give her daughter, Eliza, a safe home to grow up in and hires former Marine Callum Shaw to handle the construction.

Cal grew up in Gossamer Falls and always knew he would someday join his family's business. He longs for a family of his own but has almost given up on that ever happening. Landry is funny, gifted, and everything Cal could ever want in a partner, but he vows to keep his distance. Landry has a daughter and a past. Cal has been down that road before and barely survived when the woman he loved left, taking her two sons with her. He can't bear to lose like that again.

Before construction on the house can begin, Landry's pottery is destroyed in a suspicious fire. It soon becomes clear that Landry and Eliza are in grave danger--but because of whom? But, after losing one relationship, he is hesitant to try again.

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Landry Hutton and her daughter, Eliza, have moved to North Carolina to start their life over. Landry finds a job at The Havin, and runs a pottery class but also sells her pottery there.

Never Fall Again has a wonderful setting, lots of interesting characters, along with a family feud that has gone on for years. The storyline is exciting with lots of suspense, relationship tension, and mystery. I loved the playfulness of Eliza and her connection to Cal. A sense of trust, new beginnings, and a future is possible, but not without its pitfalls.

I couldn't put the book down. Always something happening, but with twists I didn't see coming.

I received a complimentary copy from the author and willingly chose to review it. All opinions are my own.

Friday, March 8, 2024

Sam Says You Are Born to Shine by Sam Hirschmann



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Book Details:

Book Title:  Sam Says: You Are Born to Shine by Sam Hirschmann
Category:  Children's Fiction (Ages 3-7), 38 pages
Genre:  Children's Picture Book
Publisher:  Mascot
Release date:   February 2024
Content Rating:  G.  Suitable for everyone.
Book Description:

Shine bright and don’t ever dim your light. These are the words Sam’s mom tells her every night.

When Sam begins at a new school, her classmates make fun of her colorful clothes and vivacious dance moves. Not letting her inner light dim, Sam shows them that the joy you exude when you’re unapologetically yourself is contagious!

In Sam Says: You Are Born to Shine, readers learn the power of expressing their true selves.

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Meet the Author:

Sam Hirschmann is the creator and writer of Sam Says: You Are Born to Shine, and is a true dancer of life. After playing Division I volleyball and working on the trading floor in New York City, she decided to take an acting class, which Sam thanks for sparking her journey into seeing life in color.

She left finance to study acting at the William Esper Studio, which took her down the path of finding her true self and how to authentically let her light shine in every situation. While pursuing acting, Sam began teaching Breathwork classes and sharing her insight on social media in hopes of inspiring others to find their joy within and to let their inner light shine.

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1.      What was the inspiration for the story? The inspiration for this story came from a desire to teach young readers the power and gift in being themselves. This message of “letting your light shine” and never dimming it in hopes of fitting in and being “cool” was to inspire young readers that being themselves is one of the best gifts you can give to yourself and to the world. This is a message that I learned the power of as an adult, and I wish I learned it more when I was younger.

2.      How many bookshelves are in your house? Not enough! Currently I have an entire closet filled with books that I would love to be on a bookshelf displayed in my home one day. I love being able to grab books and draw inspiration from them at any moment, so having books in my house is extremely important!

3.      Where do you draw inspiration from? My past. I love looking backwards into my past for inspiration. I find so much inspiration and insight from the life lessons Ive learned and experiences that have shaped me.

4.       Favorite book when you were a kid. Love From Your Friend, Hannah by Mindy Warshaw Skolsky!!! I was never a big reader as a kid (as I found it hard to read with undiagnosed dyslexia), but this was the only book I read from beginning to end because I couldn’tt give up on finishing it! Still to this day when I think about this book it brings back memories of tapping into my imagination as I always felt transported into the story line while reading this book. I always wanted to meet Hannah! 

5.       Tell us about the process for coming up with the cover. My illustrator Amelina Jones is extremely talented and was so easy to work with when it came to bringing my ideas for the energy of the illustrations to life. For the cover I really wanted it to feel bright, exciting, and joyful. I wanted whoever came across the book to feel the light and joy Sam was exuding on the cover. I think Amelina nailed it because every time I look at the cover of the book it puts a huge smile on my face. 


           This children's book is filled with joy, fun, and friendship. Sam has fun being herself without worrying about being accepted. The story shows that the fun of being yourself can be contagious.

               The inside illustrations are bright and colorful, showing interactions among children that make you smile when you view them. This would be a wonderful book to add to your children's library. It comes with a wonderful encouraging message.

      I received a complimentary copy from the publisher and a positive review is not required. All opinions are my own.

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Thursday, March 7, 2024

Blog Tour- Allie's Amish Family Miracle by Tracy Fredrychowski


Allie's Amish Family Miracle JustRead Blog Tour

Welcome to the Blog Tour for Allie's Amish Family Miracle by Tracy Fredrychowski, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

About the Book

Allie's Amish Family Miracle

Title: Allie's Amish Family Miracle 
The Amish Women of Lawrence County #5
Tracy Fredrychowski
Publisher: The Tracer Group, LLC
Release Date: March 5, 2024
Genre: Amish Fiction

Two worlds collide when true love enters an Old Order Amish community. Can this young woman go against tradition and find happiness in forbidden love? 

Allie Mast struggles to fit into her new community. Determined to prove her family wrong, she can't help but notice how her Mennonite background and Reuben's Amish roots are causing tension between their two families. Every family has hurts and deep wounds, but the constant conflict pushes her to a place where she will do anything to get what she wants. 

Reuben Raber has no desire to take over Raber Farms & Produce. When his overbearing mother, Saloma, is set to ruin any hopes of him making a life with Allie, his faith is tested beyond measure, and he experiences a crisis of conviction.  

Can this determined couple find the courage to step out in faith and pursue peace and healing even when persecuted for their unconventional union?

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The setting on the Raber Farm brought the story to life. The story showed me that the Amish although they live a simpler lifestyle, can have family issues similar to ours.

I liked how the characters loved their families and jumped in to help out when they could. They were determined to work together to make the farm profitable. The story had some suspense included which kept me turning the pages.

The characters were well-developed and Allie was a delight, and I enjoyed seeing the change in her throughout the story. I also loved Reuben's growth. A well-written story with enough drama and action to keep it interesting. Highly recommended.

I received a complimentary copy from the publisher and willingly chose to review it. A positive review is not required. All opinions are my own.

About the Author

Tracy Fredrychowski

Tracy Fredrychowski is a country girl, author, homesteader and everything simple living. She has a passion for writing about the simpler side of life, much like the life she lived growing up in rural Pennsylvania.

Her life has always been intertwined with the Amish, and it’s only fitting that she has a genuine passion for their simplicity, sense of community and God-centered lives. 

Growing up in Northwest Pennsylvania she spent her childhood immersed deep in Amish Country. The clip-clop of horse and buggy woke her each morning as Amish men drove past her childhood home on their way to work. As a young woman, she was traumatized by an Amish murder that involved a family member and changed her life forever. 

Even though she currently lives in South Carolina her travels take her through Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Wisconsin’s Amish Country every year. During those stops, she researches the communities she visits and prides herself on writing Amish fiction that truly represents the Amish culture. She considers herself very fortunate to have made friends in those communities and values the information they share and wants nothing more than to represent their lifestyle as accurately as possible. 

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