I read 55 books this year. Here are a few of my favorites: 1. Historical Fiction: Andersonville by MacKinlay Kantor I’ve been wanting to read
I’ve noticed a trend in books that I love: they also love each other. When I first read Anne of Green Gables, I was intrigued
There’s a tree at the end of my street that is unfairly beautiful right now. It’s nice enough throughout the rest of the year, but
I sign my emails “Joyfully,” which seems ironic. I don’t tend toward cheerfulness when I open my cluttered inbox. Signing my emails this way began
This weekend, I had the privilege of attending the Maranatha Christian Writers’ Conference. Perhaps the most invigorating part of this experience was swapping book recommendations.