“Police officers are human beings. None of them can ever be perfect. . . .
“I write historical fiction because I love history, especially the little-known stories of ordinary people.
“Family stories also make great fodder for novelists.”
By Cathy Gohlke, author of the book A Hundred Crickets Singing
Family stories influence generations.
This article was written by guest author, T.I. Lowe.
Hi! My name is Tonya Inez Lowe, and I am a bibliophile. I’ve read hundreds upon hundreds of books—and some of those I’ve read numerous times.
God has created every human being in His image (Genesis 1:26-27), which means that we share snapshots of His character that no other creatures carry. Humans are God’s crowning act of creation.
By Melanie Dobson, author of Memories of Glass
When I was a girl, my favorite destination was the bookmobile.
Jolina Petersheim is the bestselling author of The Alliance, The Midwife, and The Outcast, which Library Journal called “outstanding . . .