Author Archives: Rose McCauley

Two book reviews–The Madonna of Pisano and A Sicilian Farewell both by MaryAnn Diorio

Today’s blog is a book review of two books by one of my favorite authors–MaryAnn Diorio–The Madonna of Pisano and A Sicilian Farewell. I love her writing and her sweet spirit for Christ, and wanted to finish this second book sooner, … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day to all, especially the winner of A. H. Gabhart’s Murder is No Accident

Wishing all the mothers on my bloglist a very Happy Mother’s Day. Hope you get to spend it with family like I plan to! And maybe curl up with a great book in the afternoon or evening! And wishing a … Continue reading

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In the Superstition Mountains by Susan Page Davis–a Book Review

I had never heard of the Superstition Mountains until I read this book. The entire title is My Heart Belongs in the Superstition Mountains with the subtitle Carmela’s Quandary. Carmela Wade is orphaned at twelve, and her life changes from … Continue reading

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Story ideas-Guestblog and Giveaway by Ann H. Gabhart

Ideas Lurk in the Nooks and Crannies of a Writer’s Brain  by Ann H. Gabhart Since I published my first book way back in 1978, I have often been asked, “Where do you get your ideas?” The only right answer … Continue reading

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Designing Love, New book by Kimberly Rose Johnson

I am happy to introduce my readers to another of Kimberly Rose Johnson’s lovely books. Designing Love is book 3 in the Sunriver Dreams series. Here’s the back cover blurb: Someone is framing Sierra. Can Spencer Preston discover the true … Continue reading

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Review of The Dandelion Patch by MaryAnn Diorio

Although I usually review adult fiction, I have reviewed a couple non-fiction books and Bible studies lately, so am branching out to children’s fiction today in The Dandelion Patch. MaryAnn Diorio has written a delightful book that older children can read … Continue reading

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