Category: Fiction

  • The Lost Melody

    The Lost Melody

    The Lost Melody is a mystery-filled, haunting, and poetic historical fiction tale which delves deeply into the healing wonder of music.

  • Ember’s End (Book #4)

    Ember’s End (Book #4)

    This is a story about vision, a brighter future, survival and sacrifice. In this stunning, heart-wrenching, and battle-ready conclusion of this brilliant series, the rabbit friends we’ve made give their all for the Mended Wood; they lay down their lives for one another, fight fiercely, and never give up.

  • The Dragon and The Stone, Dreamkeeper Saga Book #1

    The Dragon and The Stone, Dreamkeeper Saga Book #1

    This book is about having faith, even when enduring very difficult circumstances. It is about believing that God has equipped each of us to do great things, while reminding us that He has already overcome the world on His own.

  • A Lady’s Guide to Marvels and Misadventure

    A Lady’s Guide to Marvels and Misadventure

    Reminiscent of Around the World in 80 Days, Up, and the Nutcracker, this historical adventure tale has the perfect amount of mystery, whimsy, romance, and travel!

  • The Velveteen Rabbit

    The Velveteen Rabbit

    “Generally by the time you are Real, most of your hair has been loved off, and your eyes drop out and you get loose in the joints and very shabby. But these things don’t matter at all, because once you are Real, you can’t be ugly, except to people who don’t understand.”

  • Chasing Shadows

    Chasing Shadows

    “Every one of us is in danger as long as the Nazis remain in power. The only truly safe place to be is in God’s hands”.

  • Rules of Murder

    Rules of Murder

    “I was hoping to find the killer’s confession, complete with gory details, back here somewhere.”

  • The Sisters of Sea View

    The Sisters of Sea View

    “On the south coast of Devonshire, there lived four sisters. Sisters who never stopped thinking about, and longing for, the fifth, lost to them, but God willing, not forever….”