‘Looking Glass Lies’ by Varina Denman: a Review

Looking Glass Lies by Varina Denman From the back cover: A poignant and relatable novel, Looking Glass Lies captures the war women wage against themselves, and the struggle to see beauty reflected in a mirror not distorted by society’s unrelenting expectations. For most of her adult life, Cecily Ross has compared herself to other women—and

‘Beaded Hope’ by Cathy Liggett: a Review

Beaded Hope by Cathy Liggett From the back cover: Coming through the airport terminal door, Gabby paused on the sidewalk and squinted into the sun. A stout lady standing next to a young girl caught her eye. The woman’s coral blouse looked stretched to its limits, as did the flared, brightly colored patterned skirt she

‘Home’: Meet Ginny Yttrup + a Giveaway

One criticism I hear from time to time about Christian fiction is that it’s “fluffy.” However, I’m finding that many of the novels that are being published currently are not shying away from the tougher issues of life, but instead, show how God works in and through those tough situations to grow the characters. I