The Scoop Behind Memory Box Secrets

Only Five Days Until Memory Box Secrets’ Official Release! If I knew then what I know now, Memory Box Secrets never would have been written. Still, of all the books I’ve written, it probably tells my favorite story. Goes to show that not knowing everything about the craft at once can be a good thing. Read More

Cornerstone – Pieces of Granite Playlist

We live in a society where independence and self-sufficiency are highly-valued, which is great, but that also makes it easy for us to forget that Christ is our cornerstone. He is our foundation. He is our strength, and we need to rest in Him. I love the simple message in this song, Cornerstone. Christ alone is Read More

WORN – Pieces of Granite Playlist

Being a mother is incredibly rewarding. It can also be incredibly tiring. Can I get an Amen!? My husband and I had three kids within three and a half years. Crazy, I know! And when our youngest was only one, my husband got a new job in a city 200+ miles away. So, he moved out of Read More

STAY – Pieces of Granite Playlist

In Pieces of Granite, the hero’s [Jerry’s] greatest fear is that his wife [Debbie] will leave him. Like most fears, it’s brought on by experience as almost everyone he’s loved in his life has abandoned him. So, when I heard the song “STAY” by Tenth Avenue North, I knew this would be Jerry’s song. I love the Read More

What It Means To Be Loved – Pieces of Granite Playlist

Early on in Pieces of Granite, Debbie and Jerry receive the news that their unborn baby has Down syndrome. “What It Means To Be Loved” by Mark Schultz offers hope for those tough times and helps you realize how very precious and perfect every life is. Pieces of Granite available at: Amazon | B&N | BAM

2015 Movie Anticipation

After I had this post written & prepared, my husband reminded me that I promised Part 2 of my novel anticipation post today. Oops! Hopefully you won’t mind waiting until Tuesday the 20th for the rest of my novel list.   Once again, several movies make my can’t-wait-to-see list. Of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean Read More