Book Review | The Librarian’s Journey

1920s-1930s, Barbour, Books Review, Christian Fiction, Historical Fiction, NetGalley, Novellas, Romance, Writing Spot

Today’s book review features

The Librarian’s Journey: 4 historical romances by Darlene Franklin, Patty Smith Hall, Cynthia Hickey, Marilyn Turk, Kathleen Y’Barbo.

To Stand in the Breach

1920s-1930s, Christian Fiction, Historical Fiction, Novellas, Personal Thoughts, Romance, Romantic Suspense, To Stand in the Breach, Writing Spot, Writing Update, Written by Danielle

Happy Release Day!

First Line Friday | To Stand in the Breach

1920s-1930s, Christian Fiction, First Line Friday, Historical Fiction, Novellas, Romance, Romantic Suspense, Writing Spot

Welcome to First Line Friday!
Today I’m featuring

To Stand in the Breach by Danielle Grandinetti.
(yes, this is my novella!)

Spotlight | Undercurrent of Secrets

1920s-1930s, Barbour, Christian Fiction, Guest Host, Historical Fiction, JustRead Publicity Tours, Novels, Romance, Split Time, Spotlight, Writing Spot

Undercurrent of Secrets JustRead Takeover Tour

Welcome to the Takeover Tour for Undercurrent of Secrets by Rachel Scott McDaniel, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

Book Review | Undercurrent of Secrets

1920s-1930s, Barbour, Books Review, Christian Fiction, Historical Fiction, NetGalley, Novels, Romance, Split Time, Writing Spot

Today’s book review features

Undercurrent of Secrets by Rachel Scott McDaniel.

First Line Friday | Undercurrent of Secrets

1920s-1930s, Barbour, Christian Fiction, First Line Friday, Historical Fiction, Novels, Romance, Split Time, Writing Spot

Welcome to First Line Friday!

Today I’m featuring

Undercurrent of Secrets by Rachel Scott McDaniel.

Book Review | When Twilight Breaks

1920s-1930s, Books Review, Christian Fiction, Historical Fiction, Novels, Revell, Romance, Writing Spot

When Twilight Breaks is Sarah Sundin‘s latest World War II romance. Filled with intrigue and danger, it captures readers and takes them on a journey through pre-war Munich. Within the first few pages, it quickly vaulted to one of my favorite reads of the year thus far.