7Seven Things To Say About “Fawkes” by Nadine Brandes

This book is Historical Fantasy Fiction. The Gunpowder plot was based on real events as was Guy Fawkes involvement and death. I enjoyed the Color Powers, and “White Light”.  This book is not categorized as Christian Fiction, however it is published by a Christian Publisher.  In this story the “White Light” is hope and truth….

7Seven Things To Say About “An Old Sweetheart of Mine” by James Whitcomb Riley

The Copyright and Printing of this book is 1902 from The Bowen-Merrill Company. The Illustrations are by Howard Chandler Christy with Decorations by Virginia Keep. This poem and corresponding illustrations fill 43 beautiful pages. This poem was originally published in 1891. The illustrations are beautiful. The verse is equally enchanting. This would make a great…

7Seven Stand Out Christian Fiction Books From 2018

2018 was a year filled with some amazing books, in Christian Fiction I was introduced to some great new authors. In this list I have 7seven books that stand out in my mind. More Than Meets the Eye– The Hamiltons are a family who stick close to each other, Zach has always been the provider….

7Seven Things to Say About “Praying with Jane”

“Praying with Jane 31 Days Through the Prayers of Jane Austen” by Rachel Dodge Jane Austen’s father was Reverend George Austen an Anglican clergyman for the Church of England. As someone who has a prayer journal I appreciate the fact that we have some of Jane’s personal prayers written in her own hand. Jane’s sister…

7Seven New Picture Books Coming Fall of 2018!

I have been lucky enough to get a sneak peak of some of the new picture books coming out September/October 2018.  I have decided to take my favorite 7seven and review them here. Anne Arrives– Adapted by Kallie George and Pictures by Abigail Halpin                      …

7Seven Things to Say About “The Accidental Guardian”

Mary Connealy writes great western trilogies, and this is a great beginning of her next series (High Sierra Sweethearts). Deborah Harkness and her sister Gwen are on a wagon train west as caregivers to two children.  They were hired by the young boys parents, who going out west to take their niece to her father,…

7Seven Things to Say About “Emma”

I love all of Jane Austen’s novels, for years I was set on my ranking… Persuasion Pride and Prejudice Sense and Sensibility Emma Mansfield Park Northanger Abbey Though I have always stood firm on my rankings, I think now  I would rank them as Persuasion/Pride and Prejudice Emma/Sense and Sensibility Mansfield Park Northanger Abbey I…