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The Apostle Paul & Speaking to Your Audience as a Christian Writer

That title may have bemused you, and honestly, I’m not sure I have the writing talent to communicate these ideas clearly, so if you don’t understand this, blame me. I can only say I did my best. The other day, I was reading 1 Corinthians 9, and I found myself confused. Not an unusual thing […]

My Blog & Website Are Updated!

Hello folks! Look around you! You’re looking at a brand-new website! I mean, it’s still the same old website, in some ways, but updated by Plethora Creative! They did a fantastic job updating the website, and it looks sooo good! If you want, take a moment to just browse around and see all the pretties. […]

The Beyond Her Calling Relaunch Blog Tour | A Post about Ivy and Jordy

In today’s blog post, I’ll be talking about Jordy and Ivy, who are one of my favorite couples. I decided to spend a little time listing my favorite things about them. So let’s getting into it! My Favorite Things About Ivy Knight She’s super sweet & innocent. Yet I wouldn’t call her naïve, not exactly. […]

The Beyond Her Calling Relaunch Blog Tour | Kick-Off Post

Hey everyone! Guess what? It’s now launch day for Beyond Her Calling! Eek! I can hardly believe it. I frankly can’t wait to hear what everyone thinks of this book. I have a lot of fun posts coming up in this giveaway – and reviews are being posted on Amazon, Goodreads, BookBub, etc., too – […]

Reflections on a Lack of Accomplishment

(Bear through my depressed mumblings and you’ll be treated with some delightful reveries on Jane Austen. I promise.) There’s so much I could choose to be depressed about this year. No, not the tyrannical impositions our government has placed on its people. Not the riots. Not the lies of various political parties and not the […]

Resting in God & Other Things I Dislike Doing

Once upon a time there was a girl named Kellyn Roth. Well, really, her name was Kelly Lyn Garrett, but sometimes it was hard for her to separate the two, especially since she always put so much pressure to perform on dear old Kellyn. But that’s a story for another time. The story I have […]

Faith Alone | Blog Tour Intro and Mini Review!

Hey, ladies and gents! Today I’m privileged to share my review of Faith Alone along with the blog tour information (so lots of fun stops for you). I was just going to share the blog tour info, but I realized I had a lot to say about Faith Alone. (All good things, all good things […]

5 Things Raised-Christian People Miss Out On

A couple days ago, I was filling out a sheet which had slots for things like the character’s lie and truth as well as, of course, backstory. I had the character’s faults, the lies he tells himself, and the truth he needs to learn … But why? Why does he act like that? I needed […]

The Perfection Lie: Why Sinlessness Isn’t Strugglelessness

Hello, ladies and gents! Today my post is in a different style — it’s a letter to my friends, from a girl who has been thinking about “The Perfection Lie” a lot lately. This letter is on the subject of how we, as Christians, now free from Sin (capitalized) still have to continue learning to […]

5 Reasons I Don’t Think Girls Should Only Wear Dresses

Y’all know I’m not a traditional Christian in some respects … and in others, I’m super traditional! Today I’d like to tackle one of the subjects which has come up in my life a lot and which spatters the internet, churches, and basically anywhere you look: modesty. I don’t want to take on all of […]