Book Review: Come Back To Me, by Jody Hedlund

Historical Fiction meets Time Travel?  Yes, please!

Welcome to my latest book review:

Come Back to Me, by Jody Hedlund

By the way, how's your reading going in this season? Some people haven't been able to read a thing since


Book Review: On The Cliffs of Foxglove Manor, by Jaime Jo Wright

Friends, I have discovered a new genre of novel:

Historical-Creepy-Ghost-Story-Sleep-With-Your-Nightlight-On-Christian Fiction!

On The Cliffs of Foxglove Manor, by Jaime Jo Wright, is spooky, Romantic, and enthralling Gothic tale! 

We open in 1885 (I feel like half the books I've


Book Review: Yours Is The Night, by Amanda Dykes

 I literally turned the final page,  looked at my husband, and said,  "I want to turn back to page one  and start this book all over again..."

So, yes, you're about to read a ga-ga lovesick review for Yours Is

Book Review: Redeeming Power, by Diane Langberg

Confession time:  It took me a long time to read this book, but it was more than worth it.  "Redeeming Power:  Understanding Authority and Abuse in the Church"  by Dr. Diane Langberg

What a title! I love the combination of…


No Clear Path to Reopening for Musicians

For months, I’ve been terrified of “The Gap” -  that time between the world returning to normal and musicians returning to work.

For the last decade, my husband, Gerald Flemming, and I have toured Canada with our inspirational duo, Infinitely…

Guest Blogger!

Today, I'm the guest blogger for Inscribe Christian Writers Fellowship.

You can find my post HERE


Book Review: A Tapestry of Light, by Kimberly Duffy

One of my 2021 Reading Challenges was to read a book  "based in a country I've never read about."

Can you believe I'd never read a novel set in India??

I'm so happy A Tapestry of Light by Kimberly Duffy  …

A Complicated Canada Day

 “Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn.”

Romans 12:15 NIV

Healing Fire at the Niagara Regional Native Centre, Niagara-on-the-Lake

Today, we’ve held conflicting emotions in our hands:

We’ve spent the last decade touring every province in Canada.  …

Book Review: The Peace Project, by Kay Wills Wyma

I don't know about you, but I feel like the last 18 months have been desperately lacking in Peace. Inner peace, community peace, and world peace have been replaced by inner turmoil, community protests, and world unrest.  When I saw…