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Clarion Hope Cover Reveal

Behold: the shell of the soul-words that cry for beauty on the battlefields. This cover makes me so happy, and I feel that it truly represents the poetry inside. There are some deeper meanings beneath the design that I’ll delve into someday soon, but for now, the important details! *insert a “pay attention” sort of…

Want to join my street team?

Hello friends! The date for Clarion Hope’s cover reveal and preorders opening is less than two weeks away, and I’d like to invite you to join The Couriers of Triumph (my super fancy name for my street team) and help me spread the glad tidings! Please and thank you. 🙂 What will this involve? Basically…

December memories – 2022

The first post of 2023 and the last review of a month in 2022! The one who pursues righteousness and faithful love will find life, righteousness, and honor.Proverbs 21:21 Things worth remembering We meet no ordinary people in our lives.c.S. Lewis What I’ve been reading A Thousand Gifts – Ann Voskamp The Eucharist invites us…

The Posts of Christmas Past

Hello, friends! Christmas has slipped behind us, and of course it’s only now that I remember the chubby book of Christmas stories I’d tucked onto my “old books” shelf for an opportune time. But since the radio stations are still blaring Christmas music, I’ll still shove some of my old Christmas posts under your nose.…

Father of lights – a poem

Another poem I wrote for the 12 days of Christmas poetry challenge my friend Alexandria and I are co-hosting on Instagram! one breath from You sent a shower of sparks across a thousand years, and a million dying souls caught fire in the flame of Your majesty, and they spin round the sun as they…

a poem about love, fingerprints and stage fright

Have I mentioned that coming up with titles is not my forte? my sweater wore sequins, my skirt wore plaid. eight-year-old fingers (fingers destined for the piano, my father had said) trembled and left little sweaty fingerprints on the black construction paper that held my sheet music steady. a child bowed, and I left my…

November Memories – 2022

Another month, another review… Blessed is the man who, having nothing to say, abstains from giving us wordy evidence of the fact.george eliot Things worth remembering I’ll walk with you through the shadowlands till the shadows disappear…from Andrew Peterson’s “Dancing in the Minefields” What I’ve been reading The Hobbit – J.R.R. Tolkien Up jumped Bilbo.…

the daily choice

There’s not much to today’s post…just a little journal entry that’s masquerading as a poem today. It’s a reminder I need on a daily basis, and I hope that it blesses you, too. ❤ I choose You, Father. Not me. I choose Your battles. Not mine. I choose Your weapons. Not mine. I choose Your…

Carving legacies in souls

What will I leave behind? It’s a question that’s tugged at my attention for years. As I read the stories of eternal heroes with short lives and stared at the caskets of people I held dear, the question haunted my mind. so small and insignificant one breath will blow this life away, and what will…

Coming soon…

Cue the call to battle…we are at it once again! As I’m looking at the above graphic, I’m thinking about how wrong it feels that 2023 will be here in less than two months…but I’m also so excited because it means this next book will be here in less than five months! Book #2 will…

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