No “5 Things” this week

Happy Friday and Happy Long Weekend in the US! Due to conflicting demands this week, there will be no “5 Things” this week. However, I want to ask you all to pray for the community of Uvalde, Texas and for our brothers and sisters in Ukraine who deal with horrors daily. I also want toContinue reading “No “5 Things” this week”

‘Einstein in the Attic’

Authors Dana Dargos and Said Al Bizri teamed up to create a unique story that delves into faith and science with some of the greatest minds in history. Life has given Adam Reemi many reasons to question his faith. When he and a colleague create their own nano hadron collider, Adam decides to put itContinue reading “‘Einstein in the Attic’”

5 Things: Swan Song Pasta Edition

Happy Friday! Hope you all had a great week like the proprietors of a UK pub that got to keep its name. Even more amusing, they received a framed apology. It’s good that the publishers of Vogue Magazine recognize seniority and that the pub owners have such a good sense of humor! Could you imagineContinue reading “5 Things: Swan Song Pasta Edition”

‘The Farmer and the Fald’ with J.R. Leach

Fans of J.R.R. Tolkien will appreciate the tale of The Farmer and the Fald! (Brother) Greenjack Jorkins tells the tale of Farmer Bundon. Set in a vibrant world of a post-crusade kingdom where the unlucky Farmer Bundon finds him at once the master of a fald’s egg and the widowed father of a spirited daughter.Continue reading “‘The Farmer and the Fald’ with J.R. Leach”

5 Things: Spring Pawpaw Edition

Happy Friday! Hope you all spoiled your mothers and motherly folks as they deserved. Well, even if your week started like the gentleman who got an abbreviated seminar on how to land a plane while he was supposed to be landing, it is Friday, friends. You know that means it’s time to kick back withContinue reading “5 Things: Spring Pawpaw Edition”

‘Grit of Berth and Stone’ by Lisa Dunn

“True Grit” and pearls… As the result of a highly scientific Twitter poll, it’s back to the Young Adult genre with ‘Grit of Berth and Stone’ by Lisa Dunn. Lisa was kind enough to submit to an interview! An interesting part of the interview is that Lisa mentions Suzanne Collins as one of her authorContinue reading “‘Grit of Berth and Stone’ by Lisa Dunn”

5 Things: Promised Mom Edition

Happy Friday! Hope you had a great week like a delightful certain someone who got to grandma and grandpa’s house. What a cutie and so smart! Wouldn’t you agree? Well, even if your week was nowhere near as delightful and you forgot that Sunday is Mother’s Day in the US (hint, hint), it is Friday,Continue reading “5 Things: Promised Mom Edition”

‘Arden’s Act’ with Author Elizabeth Thomas

‘Arden’s Act’ with Author Elizabeth Thomas It was only a matter of time before we switched gears to a Historical Romance! Author Elizabeth Thomas takes us to the year 1661 and the reign of Charles II. Arden is a young woman who escapes the tyranny of a Puritan stepfather to become an actress on theContinue reading “‘Arden’s Act’ with Author Elizabeth Thomas”

5 Things: Moon Mayor Mac Edition

Happy Friday! Hope you all have a great week like the 11 Ukrainian refugees who were given a surprising place to stay. A lovely gesture! Hopefully, also a bit of a comfort to the displaced people while they’re away from home. Well, even if your week didn’t go quite as planned, it is Friday, myContinue reading “5 Things: Moon Mayor Mac Edition”

Author Asa Rodriguez and the Benjamin Jones Series

The Argentinian-born Asa Rodriguez found his writing niche in a series described as “Harry Potter meets Percy Jackson.” Benjamin Jones is an orphan on a journey steeped in adventure and mystery! Now here is what the gracious Asa had to say: Jenn: How did your journey as a writer begin? Asa: Well, actually I startedContinue reading “Author Asa Rodriguez and the Benjamin Jones Series”