Review: Pam Hillman’s CLAIMING MARIAH

"Pam Hillman has authored a compelling novel depicting the struggles and successes of frontier life during the late 1800s. The characters are realistic, with unique faults and endearing traits."

Review: Ronie Kendig’s BEOWULF

More than just recounting the stories of valiant soldiers, Beowulf exposes the harrowing elements of a life of service: traumatic brain injuries, PTSD, sexual assault, amputations, disintegrating family structures.

Review: Lynn Austin’s RETURN TO ME

"When a biblical fiction novel makes readers yearn for and turn to the Bible, it has succeeded in its purpose to speak to the heart and its desire to draw closer to God's encompassing embrace."

Review: Lisa T. Bergren’s GLITTERING PROMISES

"As much a story about spiritual awakening and personal acceptance as it is a romantic suspense, Glittering Promises is the satisfying conclusion that readers having been seeking for this rags to riches tale."

Review: Kathleen Bauer’s BEFORE THE DAWN

"Bauer's characters experience remarkable growth throughout the novel. When Charlotte's grandkids first arrive, she's constantly anxious, desperate to keep a happy face for the grieving kids. At first, Charlotte bases her parenting style on how she raised her own kids, but she comes to realize that she can make some changes this time . . . "