Review: Julie Klassen’s THE DANCING MASTER

"Julie Klassen is a master at portraying the many nuances of the Regency era, drawing inspiration from the greats like Austen and Bronte, while still maintaining her distinctive writer's voice and vision."

Review: Ginny Aiken’s SHE SHALL BE PRAISED

"Aiken's precise attention to detail makes this book an exciting dip into America's early days, filled with shimmering balls, elegant waltzes, lovely dresses'and towering trees, and unlimited, wild Western landscapes, and gorgeous sunrises over the mountains."


"Herein lies the persistent theme of the novel: it is not circumstance that gives value to life, but character and how one chooses to respond. Destiny and purpose lie solely in God's hands; the solution to life's hurdles is not in man's strength, but in His outpouring."

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.