“I write historical fiction because I love history, especially the little-known stories of ordinary people.
I’m learning to release my need for approval. Whether I’m on top of the world or scraping bottom at my worst, God’s love never changes.
Bracket Madness season is upon us, so it’s time you cast your vote for your favorite book from 2019! This is the final round of voting.
Rob Currie is an award-winning author with a lifelong fascination with World War II. The son of a World War II veteran, Rob enjoys making school presentations to share his contagious enthusiasm for history.
…underneath it all, isn’t that what so many of us long for? Even in the pursuit of our dreams and goals, we long to find that elusive hope. A hope that we matter. That we are of worth.
I couldn’t change her fate, but then I didn’t want to. I just wanted the honor of telling her story.
by Allison Pittman, author of The Seamstress
Most of my novels come from small places.
We were very excited to welcome Melanie Dobson to The Arc Podcast! On this episode Adam interviewed Melanie, and they talked about how she got started as a writer, her writing process, and her latest book, Catching the
Do you ever wish you had lived in a different time? Maybe you are drawn to the “happy days” of the 1950’s, or the excitement of the roaring 20’s.