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Saturday, September 2, 2023

About the Book

Book: Coming Home to Truth

Author: Michelle De Bruin

Genre: Inspirational Historical Fiction

Release Date: June 20, 2022

In a search for her future, Lacy Jones travels with a friend to a new town where a single dad shows her how to find meaning and lasting success.

Lacy Jones, a graduate of her small high school, knows her whole world is about to change. She dreams of freedom from the struggles with her health, and of the independence that comes with a steady job. When her friend invites her to share the journey to visit the teacher from their country school days, Lacy finally gets the chance to chase her dreams. But when the girls get separated along the way, Lacy is left to make the trip alone. Arriving in a strange town, Lacy is reunited with old friends who introduce her to a new life, new relationships, and a new way of seeing herself.

Conrad Van Drunen has spent the last four years developing his furniture business and raising his two children. He knows they need a mother, but he isn’t ready to talk of remarriage. When Lacy Jones falls across his path, Conrad is forced to make some changes. His brother and sister-in-law offer their assistance from babysitting and financial counsel to matchmaking, but Conrad has other plans. Losing hope of finding what he lost with his first wife, Conrad discovers the mother he’s been seeking for his children in the most unexpected place.

Journey with Lacy and Conrad through trials and joys where deception and the truth can sometimes look an awfully lot alike.


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About the Author

Michelle De Bruin lives in Iowa with her husband of 25 years and two young adult sons who are college students at Iowa State. She has a bachelor’s degree in religion with a Christian Ministry emphasis, and in Music. Michelle serves as a chaplain for Pella Regional Health Center. She writes inspirational historical romance about people who live in rural communities. Characters that bring to life the delights of farm and small-town living, whispers of Dutch heritage, and Christian faith make Michelle’s stories distinct. A romantic at heart, Michelle is always on the lookout for glimpses of God’s love through the window of a good story. You can learn more about Michelle by visiting her website:


More from Michelle

Coming Home to Truth is the second in a trilogy of books set in a small Iowa town during the years 1913 through 1918. This is the second series of books I have written. The Tomorrow series is the first set, and if you’ve already read it, you will recognize characters that appeared in Hope for Tomorrow, Promise for Tomorrow, and Dreaming of Tomorrow.

This book is a delightful story of Conrad, a single dad, and Lacy, a young lady searching for a place to belong. Conrad would like to find a mother for his two school-age children but feels that the risks are just too high. Lacy wants to prove that she can support herself and can use her talents in photography to establish a new career.

In this story, Lacy’s friends see her differently than she sees herself. It causes her to take a second look at her life to decide what is true and what isn’t. This book takes us on a journey with Lacy and Conrad through trials and joys where deception and the truth can sometimes look an awfully lot alike.

Thank you for joining me on this tour. I hope you enjoy the blog posts and enter the drawing for the giveaway. Follow me on social media and subscribe to my newsletter at

Grace and peace,

Michelle De Bruin


This has been such a refreshing story to read. I loved getting  to know Lacy better and mature into a sweet young woman. Her excitement to follow her friend to a new city sounds fun and Lacy was ready to be out on her own. After all being eighteen is grown up as we all know. Let’s just say not everything goes smoothly arriving at their destination. Lacy’s friend Rose seems to distance herself from Lacy at some  point and  that upset me. I wonder why Rose has changed her attitude all of a sudden? Maybe she has found new friends that  are not all that nice to be around. 

Lacy surprised  me with her determination not to go back home. I’m sure it wasn’t easy during this time period to find a job and be on your own as a young woman. I did laugh at the first encounter she had with Conrad. Let’s talk about him for a bit. I like his work ethics and how he has stepped up and cared for his children after losing his wife. He is a loner but at times he does think about how nice it would be to have a woman around. 

Lacy has a hard time convincing her parents that she is doing well on her own. When her mother comes to town, talk about chaos. How do you tell your mother as nicely as you can, that you are not going back with her? There are times that she isn’t sure if she is making the right choice, but Lacy keeps moving forward.

All along Lacy has been wanting to believe  that she is important and can do things on her own. She has a lot to think about and with Conrad starting  to show interest she isn’t sure what to do. I appreciate how the author writes a story where growth and trust come into play.

 I did have a little problem with Lacy focused on money and wealth throughout the story. I know she comes from a poor family but she needs to realize that money doesn’t make you happy. You will have to read the story to see what happens as Lacy is set on making a living and proving to herself and her family that she can do this all by herself. 

I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit. The review is my own opinion.

Blog Stops

An Author’s Take, September 1

Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, September 2

Texas Book-aholic, September 3

Lighthouse Academy Blog, September 4 (Guest Review from Marilyn Ridgway)

Gina Holder, Author and Blogger, September 5 (Author Interview)

Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, September 5

lakesidelivingsite, September 6

Abba’s Prayer Warrior Princess, September 7

Locks, Hooks and Books, September 8

Connie’s History Classroom, September 9

Happily Managing a Household of Boys, September 10

For Him and My Family, September 11

Cover Lover Book Review, September 12

Karen Baney Reviews, September 12

Holly’s Book Corner, September 13

Tell Tale Book Reviews, September 14 (Author Interview)

Pause for Tales, September 14


To celebrate her tour, Michelle is giving away the grand prize package of a $50 Amazon gift card & copy of the book!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.

About the Book

Book: The Starlet Spy

Authors: Rachel Scott McDaniel

Genre: Historical Christian Fiction

Release Date: August, 2023

Hollywood Star Turns Spy

In 1943, movie producer Henrik Zoltan approaches Amelie Blake under the guise of offering the Hollywood star a leading part in his upcoming film, but he has a more meaningful role in mind. Amelie’s homeland of Sweden declared neutrality in the war, but Stockholm has become the “Casablanca of the North.” When top-secret atomic research goes missing in Sweden, the Allied forces scramble to recover the files before they fall into Nazi hands.

The United States Office of Strategic Services (OSS) needs someone who’s subtle enough to spy on the Swedish elite without triggering suspicion. Who better than the “all beauty, no brains” Scandinavian starlet? Fluent in three languages and possessing a brilliant memory, Amelie loathes being labeled witless but uses the misconception as her disguise. She’s tasked with searching for the crucial files, but Fynn Ristaffason keeps getting in her way. Is the charming shipping magnate after the missing research? Or does he have other reasons for showing up at her every turn?

With the Gestapo on her heels, Amelie must rely on her smarts in addition to her acting skills to survive a world of deadly spies and counterspies.


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About the Author

Rachel Scott McDaniel is an award-winning author of historical romance. Winner of the ACFW Genesis Award and the RWA Touched By Love award, Rachel infuses faith and heart into each story. Rachel can be found online at and on all social media platforms. Her work is represented by Julie Gwinn of the Seymour Agency. Rachel resides in Ohio with her husband and two children.

More from Rachel

Setting The Starlet Spy in Sweden

Hej! If you’ve ever been to Ikea, then you know that’s the Swedish greeting for Hello! Prior to writing The Starlet Spy, my 

knowledge of the Swedish culture was limited. It seemed I wasn’t alone. Early last year, I held a poll on my social media asking if anyone had ever read a book set in Sweden. A sweeping majority said no.

Since all of my previous books are set in the United States, this is my first novel with an international setting. So I immersed myself into research. I read books about the country, watched videos, followed Swedish Instagrammers to learn more about the language. And let me tell you, I totally fell in love with this Scandinavian world. It is now on my bucket list to visit because it’s just that gorgeous. I wrote The Starlet Spy with a romantic adventure vibe. I wanted to take the reader on a tour of this amazing country, from the classically beautiful Stockholm, to the quaint fishermen city of Malmo, to the ancient streets of Sigtuna—one of Sweden’s oldest villages—to the brilliant Northern Lights in the Lapland region.

Not only did I want to paint the scene of these various places, but I also wanted to introduce the Swedish culture. Tucked within the pages of The Starlet Spy, the reader will find traces of Scandinavian folklore and legends, which was super fun to explore. But to be honest, my favorite inclusion of Swedish culture was incorporating a traditional dance—the Hambo! It’s such an interesting and unique dance, and I may have been trying to coax my husband into trying it with me for an Instagram Reel, but so far, no such luck! Though I have no problem getting him to enjoy Fika with me. Fika, my friends, is a coffee break, or simply coffee. Just as the British favor their tea, the Swedes are adamant about their fika. So I can most definitely relate.

If all this intrigues you, I welcome you to read The Starlet Spy. It’s set in 1943, which was a pivotal time for Sweden during World War II. If you’ve read my previous stories, you know how much I love to weave as much true history into the chapters. This book has by far the most!


What a brilliant storyline where a Hollywood star becomes  a spy in order to attain information from others. Amelie is perfect for the mission because well people don’t consider her smart. Awe but that’s what will make her the perfect spy. She will be able to gain trust without suspicion. I loved how the author treats us to a trip to Sweden during the 1940s with historical facts and breathtaking views of the land and culture. 

Amelie is taking a big risk but she wants to serve her country. Maybe now others will respect her when she succeeds at the  biggest role she has ever had. I’m rooting for her but I except her to run into danger at any minute. The author had me on the edge of my seat anticipating Amelie’s every move. 

Finn is a fascinating character. I couldn’t figure out if he should be trusted or if Amelie should keep her guard up. He isn’t an overly affectionate person and at times seems to have this disdain look on his face. As time goes on maybe we will see a softer side to him. Nonetheless Amelie must keep her wits about her. Her focus must remain on her mission. Her life depends on it. 

With secrets that change the lives of many this story fills my need for intrigue. It is easy to feel part of the story as the author gives vivid details of each move our heroine makes. I was shocked at one particular fact and wondered why someone would deny knowing a person desperate for answers. The truth is starting to come to the surface and Amelie’s cover may be found out. 

This exciting journey does have twists that are so subtle I almost didn’t catch their meaning. I loved how the author cleverly put the pieces together and end the story with a few surprises. I highly recommend readers to not miss the authors notes at the end. It is without a doubt a look at history with a twist of fiction that makes this story so believable and enjoyable to read.

I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit. The review is my own opinion.

Blog Stops

Babbling Becky L’s Book Impressions, August 29

Book Reviews From an Avid Reader, August 29

lakesidelivingsite, August 29

Lily’s Book Reviews, August 30

Where Faith and Books Meet, August 30

Melissa’s Bookshelf, August 31

Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, August 31

Back Porch Reads, September 1

annette_reads_daily, September 1

Texas Book-aholic, September 2

Cathe Swanson, September 2

Book Looks by Lisa, September 2

Locks, Hooks and Books, September 3

Christina’s Corner, September 3

Connie’s History Classroom, September 4

Kristina Hall, September 4

The Book Club Network, September 5

Pause for Tales, September 5

Happily Managing A Household of Boys, September 5

Cover Lover Book Review, September 6

Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, September 6

Gina Holder, Author and Blogger, September 7 (Author Interview)

The Book Nook, September 7

Betti Mace, September 8

Labor Not in Vain, September 8

Just Your Average reviews, September 8

Simple Harvest Reads, September 9 (Guest Review from Mindy Houng)

Becca Hope: Book Obsessed, September 9

A Good Book and Cup of Tea, September 9

Blogging With Carol, September 10

For Him and My Family, September 10

Holly’s Book Corner, September 11

Lights in a Dark World, September 11

Books I’ve Read, September 11


To celebrate her tour, Rachel is giving away the grand prize package of a $25 Amazon eGift card and a print copy of the book!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.

Thursday, August 31, 2023


Shucks, y'all! Sheriff Kenni Lowry is back and her life's as twisted as a snake with a bellyache. A marriage proposal from the dashing Finn Vincent could mean a 'happily ever after,' but it also risks sending her ghostly Poppa to the great beyond for good. Can she reckon with love while keeping her spectral sidekick?

Just when you think Kenni's plate is full, a murdered John Doe is discovered on the train tracks. Poisoned and unknown, this mystery man's arrival stirs up a hornet's nest in the heart of Cottonwood.

In 'Heavens to Bribery,' dig into a hearty helping of Southern charm, ghostly companionship, and a murder mystery as thick as Kentucky gravy. Strap in for a tale that’s more gripping than a bull rider at the rodeo, as Kenni races to uncover the truth behind this deadly puzzle.


It’s really happening everyone, The proposal we have been waiting for is now here. Finn is on bended knee asking that all important question to Kenni. The crowd is waiting  for that all important “yes” when a scream is heard. Being the sheriff, Kenni reacts and leaves Finn kneeling without an answer. Whose body is laying on the tracks and why was this person murdered? Looks like the proposal will have  to wait as Kenni gears up to solve the mystery. 

I adore Kenni’s Poppa and how no one can see him but his daughter, After all, he is dead but is still around to help his pride and joy. I find it comforting that Kenni can still talk to him and rely on him to help her when needed. It makes the story very endearing and cleverly written. 

When the person found dead is identified, Kenni knows she is in for an adventure. The wife has just come into the office to make a missing persons report, but had no idea that her husband has already been found. Who wanted Dilbert Thistle dead? One suspect starts to stand out when it is discovered that his ex wife had a protective order against him. Seems odd that she is filing a missing persons report on the person she has a protective order against. 

With more twists than a curved road, the author had me glued to the story. Now I always think I can solve a mystery but I rarely do. My list of suspects had been narrowed down, yet I missed some significant subtle hints along the way. The case of Dilbert Thistle was more involved than I realized. With Kenni’s hands full she also has someone trying to undermine her. This certain person wants her job and sure becomes a pest. Oh wait there is one more thing. Does Kenni say yes to the proposal? 

I received a copy of this book from the author. The review is my own opinion.

Wednesday, August 30, 2023

About the Book

Book: Room for Love

Author: Marguerite Martin Gray

Genre: Christian Contemporary Romance

Release Date: July 25, 2023

God gave her peace then; maybe He’ll do it again.

When Amy Lee’s son heads off to college, the bed and breakfast owner finds life even lonelier and emptier than she had after losing her husband. She needs something to occupy her mind and heart while she reinvents her life again. What more could she ask for than an after-school program for local children and a renewed interest in painting?

Then the arrival of a professor of archeology shakes her world and makes her yearn for the way things were only a few short months ago.

Still grieving the loss of his beloved wife, and ignoring the warnings and protests of his grown children, Professor Walker Standish escapes on a six-month sabbatical. His heart, barely beating these past months, jerks to life again when he finds more than a room at a B & B.

 Where an ocean meets the shore, love has room for one more.

Take a trip to the Suamalie Islands where palm trees sway, the sand and sea pulse with life, and the people will steal your heart.


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About the Author

Marguerite Martin Gray is the author of Hold Me Close, Surround Me, and Bring Me Near– Revolutionary Faith Books One, Two and Three. Besides researching her historical novels, she enjoys studying history and writing fiction. An avid traveler and reader, she teaches French and has degrees in French, Spanish, and Journalism from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, and a MA in English from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. Marguerite is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Abilene Writers Guild, Daughters of the American Revolution, South Carolina Historical Society, and Preservation Society of Charleston. She currently lives in North Louisiana with her husband and Cleo, her cat. Her two adult children keep her up to date and young.



More from Marguerite

I am so excited about being a part of this series. I have read all of the previous books and love having the collection on my shelf. I feel like I am traveling around my “home” with my characters, seeing all of the other islands and making new friends. Room for Love takes place on Alexandre Island just south of Laumua where the capitol and government are situated.

My husband and I traveled to Maui, experiencing the culture, food, sites, climate—the whole deal. My bucket list includes Bora Bora, but I couldn’t get my husband to splurge for a trip before writing this book. Yet, I have a hope to travel there one day.

For now, I’m relying on my experiences and research. The salty air and ocean offered awesome snorkeling and diving opportunities with the sea turtles and colorful fish. The humpback whales entertained us with their majestic beauty. Lorikeets and tropical birds serenaded from flowering treetops and sweet-smelling bushes and flowers.

Curvy roads in a convertible led us to cascading waterfalls and volcanoes. Many hours found us strolling on the beach or resting in hammocks. Needless to say, a week was not long enough.

I envisioned Alexandre Island as a perfect place for a B & B. We run three Airbnbs in Louisiana and really try to stay in others across the world when we can. Amy Lee, my heroine who owns the B & B, adds a wonderful breakfast and special authentic meals. On the property in an old barn, she, her staff, and friends offer an after-school program for local children.

Although tourism is a major source of island income, I realize and appreciate that the islanders have their own lives. I ask many questions of my characters to obtain a reality check about life on an exotic island. A little side note: I am a French teacher and have a strong love for the language, history, and culture surrounding these fictional islands.

I hope you enjoy the journey on all of the islands. Welcome to Alexandre.


Amy finds herself an empty nester after her son leaves for college. It has just been her and her son for a long time since the death of her husband. Now she is alone running a B&B figuring out what to do next. It is hard to see your child go off on their own, but Amy is proud of how her son has turned out. Now she must decide how to make her life full again and be happy with God’s plan for her life . Get ready for a fun adventure as we visit the beautiful Suamalie Islands. I know Amy is going to have an adventure and I can’t wait to follow her. 

Walker Standish is ready for a break from teaching and has decided to treat himself to some relaxation and exploring on the Suamalie Islands. He is still struggling with the tragic loss of his wife and finds himself wanting to move forward but isn’t quite ready to let go. Maybe this vacation will help him with his grief. I can just imagine the breathtaking view of the  islands and the rich history it has. You can sense that Walker is not looking for lasting friendships while on the island. He doesn’t want any attachments so he won’t have to experience loss. 

Six months is a long time to be on the island but in this time Walker is hoping to discover hidden history and maybe find interesting facts about the islands. Amy is intrigued by him but wants to keep her distance for now. I love the cute little ways they seemed to communicate with each other. Oh this is going to be a fun adventure and I can just feel the many ways these  two people will find just what God had planned for them. The excitement is felt throughout the story and I am right there with them. I’m spying from the sidelines and laughing as Any and Walker begin their journey. 

This is a sweet and clean story about two mature adults who find themselves starting to let their hearts open up to a new relationship. Exploring  the islands and becoming familiar with the food makes Walker come to appreciate his time in the tropical  paradise. The trip to explore the history of the  people were very intriguing and I loved how Walker and Amy began to sense that perhaps they could become more than friends. There is a nice faith thread throughout the story which guides our two main characters to seek God as they explore the future. I hope to see Any and Walker in another book in this series. 

I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit. The review is my own opinion.

Blog Stops

Texas Book-aholic, August 31

Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, September 1

Because I said so — and other adventures in Parenting, September 2

Gina Holder, Author and Blogger, September 3

The Book Club Network, September 3

Locks, Hooks and Books, September 4

Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, September 5

Aryn the Libraryan, September 6

Happily Managing a Household of Boys, September 7

Simple Harvest Reads, September 8 (Guest Review from Donna Cline)

Susan K. Beatty, Author, September 9 (Author Interview)

Karen Baney Reviews, September 9

Splashes of Joy , September 10

For Him and My Family, September 11

She Lives To Read, September 12

Back Porch Reads, September 13 (Author Interview)


To celebrate her tour, Marguerite is giving away the grand prize package of a $25 Amazon gift card and a copy of the book!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.

About the Book

Book: The Persistent Road

Author: Tim Bishop

Genre: Contemporary Christian Fiction/outdoor adventure

Release Date: June 20, 2023

After losing all he once cherished, Doug Zimmer follows his wife’s parting bread crumbs and rides up the Pacific coast—on a bicycle. Armed with a revolver and only a vague plan to get through the months ahead, he aims to end his depression one way or the other.

As spiritual forces wrangle for his soul, he pedals eastward across America. He meets Lauren Baumgartner—a younger adventurer with a vibrant spirit—and a band of zealots who confront his aversion to religion. Accompanying Doug are not only sunny days and the beauty of nature but also the perils of the road, fellow travelers with their own stories, and the hollow silence of solitary campsites playing host to unseen creatures of the night.

A jarring episode on a climb through a treacherous pass brings Doug face-to-face with life and death. Will Doug’s adventure deliver him from loneliness and lament . . . or hurtle him to an abrupt end?


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About the Author

After a thirty-year career in business, TIM BISHOPleft his corporate treasurer position, married his dream girl, and embarked with her to parts unknown—on bicycles. Ten thousand miles later, the first-time newlyweds have written four books about their cycling adventures. Their devotional, Wheels of Wisdom, won four first-place book awards. Publishers Weekly dubbed it “a road map for life.”

Tim volunteers as a coach for a ministry that reaches people who are dealing with challenging life issues. He has written numerous articles for various Christian content providers and has been a part of three church plants. These faith experiences have given him an evangelist’s heart to reach people in creative ways.

A graduate of the University of Maine, a CPA, and a three-time Maine chess champion, Tim and his wife, Debbie, live in Middle Tennessee. Connect with him at TimBishopWrites.comor follow @TimBishopWrites on social media.


More from Tim

After three decades chained to a desk in corporate business, I didn’t expect to land here. But now, I’m an author with a debut novel! The road I traveled has been as circuitous as the ones my wife, Debbie, and I bicycled to cross America on our honeymoon. The author part makes sense: I exited corporate life with writing as a primary interest and at least one business book inside me. I also have a passion to share my faith. But a novel? From someone who hadn’t read them since high school?


I’ve since addressed my reading deficiency, but I would like to share with you how The Persistent Road came about.


Shortly after marrying in 2010, I joined Debbie as a hope coach to young people struggling with life. Our third bicycle odyssey, which we embarked on in 2014, was a fundraiser for the organization we volunteered for as coaches. No shortage of financial need there, and few people knew about the hidden gem of a service. Thus, TheHopeLine Tour came to be. We bicycled to our hearts’ content, blogged daily, and pitched our cause.


On day thirteen, things took an intense turn. A man in Richland, Oregon, spilled out his anger upon entering a restaurant. A religious sect at a campground the night before had cornered him with their preaching. We left that restaurant aghast. What had happened in the man’s life to make him so belligerent to matters of faith? The following day, we met him trying to pedal his heavy recumbent bicycle out of – all places – Hells Canyon.


We arrived home two months and three thousand miles later with a bevy of stories brimming with “God moments.” They breathed life into what would become Wheels of Wisdom. Yet that angry man’s screaming echoed in my mind. His unwitting cries for help became lesson 36 in our seeker’s devotional. I called it simply “Hells Canyon.”


My curiosity still wasn’t satisfied. What had happened to make this man react the way he did? And what became of him as he journeyed the perilous roads across America? The Persistent Road answers those questions!


I’ve since landed at another coaching service that welcomes all comers regardless of age. What I’ve learned as a coach and a long-distance traveler by bicycle saturates the pages of my novel. It’s just another example of God’s mysterious ways, of how He uses whatever He pours into us when we ride with Him.


If you are looking for a book that will encourage you, guide you toward Jesus and give you a new look at life, this is the one to get. The beginning sets the stage for a journey that takes readers through different states and lessons along the way. After Doug lost his wife  to cancer he sets off on a bike ride that  takes him far away from home. I enjoyed the little notes his wife left for him to open as he made each destination she mapped out to him. 

Doug has lost everything and you can feel his bitterness at the world. What he thinks is a trip that  his wife wanted him to find peace  and joy became so much more. The breathtaking scenery is beautiful to read about as well as the trials he endured. I felt like I was beside him on my own bike as we rounded curves and took cover against a rain storm. Doug met interesting  people along the way and found that faith was nearby each encounter. 

He isn’t much on religion when he starts his trip but slowly he begins to open his heart to hear God’s Word. There are some sensitive subjects in the book that could be triggers for some, so be aware as you read the book.  Along the way, I started to see wisdom coming through for my own life as I followed Doug. Being bitter gets you nowhere but more miserable. Forgiveness is a choice. When we choose to forgive, we open the door for our hearts to soften. Life is full of challenges and what we do when we face them will either guide us toward God  or away from His protection. I won’t  share the ending of the book because each reader needs to experience it for themselves. 

“Life is a precious gift but a fragile one. Celebrate the joy of living while you can and help others do the same. We never know when that gift will be taken away from us.” 

I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit. The review is my own opinion.

Blog Stops

Book Reviews From an Avid Reader, August 26

For the Love of Literature, August 27 (Author Interview)

The Book Club Network, August 28

Blossoms and Blessings, August 29 (Author Interview)

Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, August 29

Texas Book-aholic, August 30

Cover Lover Book Review, August 31

Splashes of Joy, September 1 (Author Interview)

Locks, Hooks and Books, September 2

Adventures of a Travelers Wife, September 3 (Author Interview)

Becca Hope: Book Obsessed, September 4

Because I said so — and other adventures in Parenting, September 5

Artistic Nobody, September 6 (Author Interview)

Blogging With Carol, September 6

Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, September 7

Happily Managing a Household of Boys, September 8


To celebrate his tour, Tim is giving away the grand prize package of a $100 Amazon gift card and a copy of The Persistent Road!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.