Check out this beautiful book by a beautiful author, RACHEL ROSSANO!
Everything will be okay. Deep in Brancaleone, a prison carved from the mountainside, eighteen-year-old Lunetta plans her escape. Raised behind iron bars, all she wants is freedom - and to take her mother with her.
Title: The Girl Who Could See Author: Kara Swanson Genre: fantasy Overall Rating: 6/5 stars (yes, I know, math fanatics, but this book is THAT GOOD.) The Girl Who Could See by Kara Swanson All her life Fern has been told she is blind to reality—but, what if she is the only one who can truly see? Fern… Continue reading “The Girl Who Could See,” by Kara Swanson
Writer + Bible classes = BLOG POSTS! This week we're looking at the prologue of the book of John from a writer's point of view. Stop by and chat!
There are goals, and then there is life. Life holds doubts, procrastination, and a million other things. Life also has rambles. COME OVER TO THE DARK SIDE, although I may have eaten all the cookies, though.
I'm taking a cue from YouTube today, so strap yourselves in because here's 11 Things You Didn't Know About Iron Core (which is mildly hilarious because almost no one knows anything about this story...) 1. Iron Core is a 10k-word short story. 2. Here's the cover: 3. Iron Core is the story of Lunetta, an eighteen-year-old girl raised… Continue reading 11 Things You Didn’t Know About Iron Core
Wow, this has been quite the month. It feels like I haven’t posted anything since December. I haven’t, have I? I was going to write a Goals post for February, and post it all the way back on the first. Did it happen? Nope. Mostly because this has been quite the month. First, my parents… Continue reading January and February: AKA, Bekah is Adulting and Writing a Lot
I just got back from camp. Now, all you North Americans, let me remind you that the entire southern hemisphere is in summer right now. While y'all are suffering through the snow, it's somewhere around 80 Farenheit degrees here. January is the season of camps here in Bolivia. Most years I take a week off… Continue reading Circus Music, Stars, and the Fear of God
Meet M.K. Tilghman, author of Divided Loyalties. 1. Divided Loyalties is set in Sharpsburg, MD, during the time of the Civil War. What inspired you to write a story set in this time period? Since I was a little girl, I have been a huge fan of Clara Barton. I think hers was the first biography I ever… Continue reading This Wednesday’s World: “Divided Loyalties” with M.K. Tilghman
Here we are. We're just a few short hours away from 2018. Does anyone else here make New Years' Resolutions? Anyone else completely fail at them before February comes around? I want to lose some weight. I want to read a hundred books in 2018. I want to publish a book in 2018. So many… Continue reading New Years’ Challenge: A Bold Perspective