“All Flowers Bloom” by Kawika Guillermo

“All Flowers Bloom,” by Kawika Guillermo, is a time travel romance novel that brings freshness to the genre. It’s about the undying love of one soul for another, and the various ways they encounters each other during the many lives they live. This unique premise sets the stage for an unforgettable poetic odyssey of past lives. … More “All Flowers Bloom” by Kawika Guillermo

“Letters from Grace” by Priscilla Audette

A compelling family drama that may echo your own. This is a story that opens quite innocently–siblings sifting through their mother’s clothes and other belongings following her death from pancreatic cancer. They share memories of her as they talk. Some of the memories bring up an array of emotions. And then there are the letters, and this opens up a secret that could alter the way the siblings feel about each other. … More “Letters from Grace” by Priscilla Audette

“Giants Amongst Their Fellows” by Patricia Cashmore and Danielle Clarke

This tale is beautifully written with settings that are fully described in vivid detail. I was so intrigued by the settings I actually went online to look them up and discovered that the story actually takes place in an area of Australia that is a wine region. … More “Giants Amongst Their Fellows” by Patricia Cashmore and Danielle Clarke

Interview with Christine Sunderland – Author of Angel Mountain

CHRISTINE SUNDERLAND serves as managing editor for American Church Union Publishing and holds a BA in English literature from San Francisco State University, Cum Laude. She is the author of six award-winning novels about faith and family, freedom of speech and religion, and the importance of history and human dignity. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and an amazing tabby named Laddie. … More Interview with Christine Sunderland – Author of Angel Mountain

The Trumpet Lesson by Dianne Romain

“The Trumpet Lesson” is Dianne Romain’s literary fiction debut, a story that dives into the worlds of secrets, racial inequities, different cultures and sexual orientations, and coming to terms with the past. It’s about embracing and accepting friends, family, and change, and learning to appreciate what matters most. “The Trumpet Lesson” is a fascinating story that brings all these elements together as one woman discovers how to let go and start living. … More The Trumpet Lesson by Dianne Romain

People of the Flow by Ben H. Gagnon

“People of the Flow” holds the reader’s interest from the beginning. Irish lore is incorporated, as well as international sites that are similar to structures in Ireland. Very intriguing! If you are interested in Ireland, the Irish people, Irish history and legends, you won’t be able to put this book down. In fact, even if you think you aren’t interested in Irish anything, you might change your mind if you read “People of the Flow”. … More People of the Flow by Ben H. Gagnon