November was rough. Actually, it's been a rough Autumn. I utterly failed to do NaNoWriMo, I didn't meet my exercise goals, and I didn't get a job I really wanted. There's no point into relating the trash-fire that is our political system here in the States so let's just move along. I'm not sorry to … Continue reading Snowflakes Welcome Here
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Out Now: At the Crossroad, Sweet River Redemption Book 2. Thanks for stopping by. I'm the author of the Sweet River Redemption series and other works of fiction. I also blog here (scroll down for recent posts) and elsewhere. If you're looking for information on SC MacDonald, the copy & editing services partnership, you can … Continue reading Welcome!
"Fear Not" appears in the Bible more than 100 times. In fact, the Bible talks a lot about fear. We are commanded to fear God and not His angels, not the world, not death, the list goes on. Why does God want us to fear Him? Because He wants our focus on what's important, not … Continue reading Be Not Afraid: Updated for 2017
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Homemade Mythology’s review for At the Crossroad.
I loved this book. I was having trouble figuring out what I’d say in this review because normally I do a small summary, the stuff I liked, the stuff I didn’t like and then my concluding thoughts. But I can’t think of anything that wasn’t done well. It was that good.
At the Crossroads has a widowed mother with two kids who is making do and getting by, and lives in a manner that she is always expecting the other shoe to drop. And unfortunately? You don’t blame her, she has had a rough go of it. The last thing she needed was a crush on the pastor who may or may not be staying because his heart really is in the mission field overseas.
Christa MacDonald expertly portrays both small towns and private Christian schools, in that she shows the good, and the bad that come with those environments…
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