Release Tour Coming Up!


I’m trying something new. I have a release tour coming up for Savior, Like a Shepherd and I’m allowing bloggers and those on Social Media to join in! I’d love for you to join the tour and help promote my latest book. Details and sign-up form are here or below.


Espionage: Character Spotlight

Wednesday and today, I have the privilege of having Morgan Huneke on my blog to share about her new book, Espionage. I hope you enjoy learning about it. Today I have a Character Spotlight for Sir Cumberland and Morgan also has a giveaway.

About the Book

“Sir Roland has invited us to visit for the Autumn Feast.”
“Do we have to go, Papa? I couldn’t feast with the most crooked politician in all of Briznom.”

EspionageAs the daughter of a Briznomian vassal lord, Vannie Cumberland has spent her childhood immersed in the world of politics. Relations between Briznom and the neighboring country of Calhortz are strained due to the tyrannical rule of the strytes. A proposed alliance could calm relations between the two countries, but would come at the cost of Briznom’s freedom.

When her father’s political archenemy invites them to the Autumn Feast, Vannie uncovers an evil scheme endangering the life of someone close to her. Personal enmity comes to a dangerous head as Vannie struggles to expose the corruption and stop the alliance. Time is running out.

Events are becoming too big for her to handle. Will Sir Roland’s son help or will things finally spiral out of control? Continue reading

Eleanor, Time Captive

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Character Spotlight ~ Eleanor

Physical Appearance: Small, with dark red, curly hair. At home, she often wears overalls, and generally is barefoot.

Time Period: 1940

History: Eleanor grew up during the Great Depression. She has one older brother and two younger brothers. Being the only girl made her somewhat of a tomboy, and living through the Depression made her resourceful. She was a fun-loving girl, liking to play jokes. It made it easier to deal with hardships…back when she was with her family. However, later on, her perspective on laughing through her trials changed significantly. Continue reading