Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Getaway With God and giveaway

Getaway with God Letitia Suk

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Getaway with God

by Letitia Suk  


The everywoman's guide to personal retreat. 

Overworked and overwhelmed, many of today's Christian women live their lives at an exhausting pace---without any margin for refueling. Even in their strongest spiritual seasons, most long for more intimacy and time with their heavenly Father. But with the demands of modern life, simply getting up earlier in the day to fit in a devotion is no longer a viable---or fulfilling---option.

What if there was a way to plug in and recharge your soul, not just your smartphone? What if a simple day away could transform your life? Getaway with God invites readers to step away from the incessant pressure of deadlines and demands to spend time with God. More to the point, it walks women through each step of designing their own retreat---whatever kind is needed.

Letitia Suk provides step-by-step guidance and the necessary tools to enable any woman to plan an extended time away on any budget. Part one offers detailed steps for preparation, including descriptions of different kinds of retreats and templates for how to use each hour. Part two focuses on designing a five-day life-review retreat, including guided questions and ways to bring the retreat home. The practical appendixes identify retreat centers nationwide and provide a checklist for what to bring.

Suk's warm, mentoring voice will assure readers that, no matter what their season in life, the time for retreat is now.

First, the disclaimer.  "I was provided a free paperback copy of this book. All opinions are my own." That done, I was very surprised by this book.  Maybe my brain read more into the title than what was intended, but I thought maybe it was  a devotional and would be a 'deep' study of the word. Maybe I should've read the back cover copy before I jumped!

OK, so now that we got failed expectations out of the way I will review it on what it is instead of what it is not.  :)  Ms. Suk is a retreat junkie by her own admittance. She goes to multiples ones a year. And when none is scheduled when she wants one... well, why not?  Her first unscheduled retreat was at a convent. Cool!  But she was a bit put out by the lack of a schedule. I'm supposed to do what when? and where? How? 

Ms. Suk also seems a very organized type, and having a lack of a planned itinerary to follow made her plan her own. Once she was satisfied, she spend a lot of time in the word, resting and relaxing. 

Later, Ms. Suk invited a friend to go on an unscheduled retreat with her to a bed and breakfast. Her friend came armed with bubble bath and little else, and her retreat focused on pampering herself the entire time. Ms. Suk was a bit judgmental at first, (she admitted it) but came to realize that was exactly what her friend--a busy mom--needed. 

I am not a retreat junkie. My idea of a retreat is Sunday evenings after church services are done and enjoying a book, a bubble bath, time in the word, maybe a nap, and NOT working. I don't even fix dinner. You're on your own Sunday evening.  I need those few hours of quiet a week.  I have five children and am a pastors wife and I homeschool, and the thought of all the work that would have to go into me leaving home for a couple days is -- wow, overwhelming. And then all the catchup work when I get home. And being in a strange, unfamiliar to me place?  No. Just no.  Clearly I am not the intended audience for this book. 

If you are a retreat junkie, this is hands down a book you must have to help you plan your own retreat--complete with an already planned for you itinerary.  Ms. Suk is very detailed and this book will save you a lot of stress work. She does it all except book the facility and pack your things. 

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 Meet the Author
Letitia Suk is an author, speaker, and life coach. Her previous works includes Rhythms of Renewal. She regularly blogs at and makes her home in Evanston, Illinois.

Letitia invites women to chase the Intentional life. She writes and speaks of God's renewal and restoration and offers platters of hope to women in each season of life. Tish is also a personal retreat guide and life coach in the Chicago area and moonlights as a hospital chaplain. You might run into her walking by Lake Michigan, browsing resale shops, or making up a new tradition. She blogs at and is also the author of Rhythms of Renewal.

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Do you need a day away from busyness and stress to transform your life? Schedule a day and learn how to make the most of your time of refreshment with Letitia Suk's new book, Getaway with God. You’ll find detailed steps for preparation, including descriptions of different kinds of retreats and how to choose the best one for you, and you’ll learn ways to bring the renewal you experience home with you. Practical appendixes identify retreat centers nationwide and provide exercises and prayers to kick-start your getaway with God.

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    Tuesday, November 29, 2016

    The Wish

    The Wish 

    Paperback, ebook, hardcover, audio

     September 6, 2016

    by Beverly Lewis

    • Paperback: 336 pages
    • Publisher: Bethany House Publishers 
    • ISBN-13: 978-0764212499

    A Compelling Story of Friendship from the Top Author in Amish Fiction

    Leona Speicher got the "sister" she'd always dreamed of the day Gloria Gingerich and her family moved to Lancaster County Amish farmland. The Arkansas newcomers seem to be everything a devout Plain family should be, and Leona can't help comparing Gloria's engaging young parents to her own.

    Leona's cousin shows a romantic interest in Gloria around the same time as Gloria's older brother expresses his fondness for Leona--it seems likely the two young women will marry into each other's families, remaining close friends for life. Thus, Leona is shocked when the Gingeriches suddenly pack up and disappear after being expelled from the church for reasons no one will discuss. Despite Leona's pleas, Gloria goes with them, leaving more than one broken heart behind.

    When Gloria unexpectedly contacts Leona after a silence of several years, Leona makes up her mind to persuade her friend to return to Lancaster County and the Amish ways. Leona's fiancé, the deacon's son, is alarmed when Leona decides to go after Gloria. Will Leona's dearest wish lead to her own undoing?

    My thoughts: First, the disclaimer. "I was provided a free paperback copy of this book. All opinions are my own." That done, as with most readers of Amish fiction I was introduced to Beverly Lewis by her first books and  I fell in love. I couldn't wait for the newest Beverly Lewis books to hit the shelves. 

    THE WISH is a stand-alone women's fiction Amish story. There is no plot, the story is told and not shown and I felt distant from the characters, and worse, I didn't care what happened to them! 

    The intro - above - says that Beverly Lewis is the top Amish author, I suggest that Ms. Lewis has lost her title. There are so many better Amish authors out there. I won't name names because if I do, they will be MY favorites, and there are Amish authors out there that are fan-favorites and I won't read their books. But if you tried THE WISH and didn't like it, don't give up on the genre. Try another author. However, if you love Beverly Lewis and women's fiction set in Amish country, then give THE WISH a try.  Don't take my word for it because you opinion is the one that matters. 

    Monday, November 28, 2016

    Interview with Linda Shenton Matchett

    Where did you grow up and attend school? Are there any other authors in your family? 

    My dad worked for IBM, so we moved several times during my childhood, but I primarily grew up in Maryland and New Jersey. I’m the only author, but we are a very creative family – mostly music and art.

    How did you get started writing? How old were you? What made you want to start? What did you enjoy reading as a child? 

    I’ve been writing since I was about seven or eight years old. My parents must have seen some sort of interest because they gave me a writing tablet and package of pens and encouraged me to use them. (I still have the notebook!) My parents are both readers, so we were introduced to books at a young age, and I typically read above my grade level. When I read A Tree Grows in Brooklyn I knew I wanted to be an author to affect people like that book affected me.

    How and when did you and your husband meet? Was it love at first sight? What does he think about your being an author? 

    I met my husband, Wes, when I was a junior in high school. My family had just moved (again!), and he was in the youth group at church. It was definitely not love at first sight for me – I was still mad at my father for relocating us, and I had left a boyfriend in NJ so I wasn’t looking to date anyone. Wes is my biggest fan and encourages me every day about my writing.

    How old are your children? Do they read your books? Have any of them got the writing bug, as well?

    We don’t have any children. Just a Boston Terrier, and he’s more interested in sleeping on the couch than reading!

    How do you research the communities and people you write about? Do you find yourself having do a lot of research? 

    I love the research aspect of writing (sometimes too much), and I do quite a bit of research before ever setting pen to paper (or fingers to the keyboard). My books are set in England, so I had to do a lot of research to make sure things were in the right place, etc. I’ve contacted museums, interviewed people, read first person accounts of events, and of course web searches for information. I’m proud to say that when my editor read my first book she asked when I had visited London, and at that point I had not been there yet.

    Which is your favorite book? Do you have a character in your books you identify with the most?

    My favorite book is Love’s Harvest which is based on Ruth (one of my favorite books of the Bible). I modernized it and set it during WWII. I identified with Noreen, the Naomi character. Life has been difficult for her, which causes her to question God, but in the end she realizes he has been in control and has her best interests at heart.

     Blurb for Love Found in Sherwood Forest

    Award-winning Broadway actress Leighanne Webster has it all until an on-stage panic attack brings her career crashing to the ground. Returning to England to help produce the annual Robin Hood Festival play could e the diversion Leighanne needs. But with ex-fiance Jamison Blake as the play's director, focusing on her new job won't be easy.

    Breaking his engagement with Leighanne so she could pursue her dream of being a Broadway star was the hardest thing Jamison Blake ever did. When she returns to Nottingham, his heart insists he made a mistake. Can he convince her to give their relationship another try, or will he have to let her go again? This time for good.

    Linda Shenton Matchett

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    Linda Shenton Matchett is a journalist, blogger of all things historical, and author of Love’s Harvest, a fictionalization of the biblical book of Ruth set during WWII. Her second book Love Found in Sherwood Forest is due out in November, 2016.

    Born in Baltimore, Maryland, a stone’s throw from Fort McHenry, Linda has lived in historical places most of her life-from Edison, New Jersey (named for the famed inventor of the lightbulb) and Washington, DC to Wolfeboro, New Hampshire (reputed to be the oldest summer resort in America).

    A freelance writer for over ten years, her articles and devotionals have appeared in numerous print and online publications. A varied career has included stints as a crisis counselor, human resources professional, bed and breakfast owner, and youth center director. She is currently the Front of House, Snackbar, and Catering Manager for Brewster Academy, a boarding high school.

    In her off hours, she can be found volunteering as a docent at the Wright Museum of WWII and as a Trustee for the Wolfeboro Public Library. She is active in her church where she serves as treasurer, usher, choir member, and Bible study leader.

    Linda is also a motivational speaker. Available topics include Life on the (WWII) Home Front, Wartime Baking, Women in the (WWII) Workforce, The Writer’s Life, God in the Workplace, The Proverbs 31 Gal: The Woman We Love to Hate, and Ruth: Lessons from a Foreigner.

    Her blog, History, Mystery, & Faith, contains posts on little known facts about WWII, information about writers from the Golden Age of mystery writers (1930s and 1940s), author interviews, and adventures in research. Visit her at

    Sunday, November 27, 2016

    Interview with Candice Sue Patterson

    Weddings are the last thing beekeeper Huck Anderson wants to be associated with, considering his past. So when he inherits a building occupied by a bridal boutique, he aims to evict the failing business and open a sporting goods store. Until his tenant ends up being Arianne Winters, a woman he’s indebted to from a mistake made years ago. 

    When a life-threatening injury derails Huck entirely, Arianne offers a compromise to keep her boutique, and her life, out of bankruptcy—she’ll aid in his lengthy recovery if he’ll allow her to remain in his building. But nursing her adversary proves challenging when her adolescent crush resurfaces. 

    Amidst a battle-of-wills, their lives intertwine in unexpected ways, providing opportunity to overcome their pasts and start anew. Will this confirmed bachelor consider holy-matrimony, or will Huck’s choices sting them a second time?

    This story is a 2012 ACFW First Impressions finalist as well as a 2014 Seekerville Pitch Perfect winner.    

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    Why do you write the kind of books you do?

        I’ve always been fascinated by love: how people fall in love, why they fall in love, the circumstances surrounding their love story. I was born a romantic to the core. Since the love between a husband and wife is just the tip of the mountain of God’s love for the church—His bride—I enjoy symbolizing that love through clean romance stories between a man and a woman.

    How has being published changed your life?

        From as far back as I can remember, I’ve dreamed of writing a book, holding it in my hands, and seeing it on a shelf next to other authors’ work. The Lord allowed that dream to happen, and I’m still walking around in stunned bliss. I get to write what I love and hopefully point others to Christ in the process, which has changed me in ways I can’t describe. However, at the end of the day, I’m still a wife and mother with a tower of laundry, a constant stack of dirty dishes, and a need for caffeine. J

    What is your current work in progress?

         I’m currently diving into edits for my next contemporary romance Preserving Liberty, releasing in 2017. It involves a historical treasure hunt between a Library of Congress Preservation Specialist and an undercover FBI agent. After I turn those in I’ll begin writing book two of my Cadence of Acadia series where a new romance will blossom and Huck and Arianne’s story will continue.

    What would be your dream vacation?

         I love to travel, so to pick one place is nearly impossible for me. I would love to visit Prince Edward Island, travel to Ireland, and tour Europe. Not that I dream unrealistically or anything… ;)

    How do you choose your settings for each book?

    I choose the setting based on the characters’ story line and personality. Once I decide, I immerse myself in the setting by hanging pictures around my writing space, ordering travel guides from that area, researching, and reading other books set there.

    What three things about you would surprise readers?

        I hiked to the very bottom of the Grand Canyon when I was thirteen. I’d love to do that again someday.

    In 2007, I met Canadian director Kevin Sullivan (Anne of Green Gables, Road to Avonlea) in Toronto, Ontario.

    The night before I gave birth to my oldest son, I measured as big around as I am tall! I’m 4’11”, so he had nowhere to grow but out. Needless to say I was uncomfortable.

    How did How to Charm a Beekeeper’s Heart get started?

          This story came about while researching for the first novel I ever attempted to write, in 2011. It involved a Maine blueberry farmer, and as I studied the ins and outs and the different types of blueberries, I discovered that many farmers rent bee hives to put in their fields when the crop blossoms. Pollination is vital to production. I’d planned for the beekeeper story to be the second book in the series but God had other plans.

    What impact did your research have on you personally?

          As a child, I was always terrified of bees. After all, they sting! But not long after researching honeybees I became fascinated by them. They’re such amazing creatures and they do more for humans than many realize. Plus honey and other substances made from bees have medicinal qualities, as well as vitamins and nutrients. I’ll never view a bee the same way again.

    Has there been a time in your own life where you could really sense God was putting you in a situation for a reason?

    Definitely. In fact, the last few years of my life have been filled with some tough things I never expected. I’ve learned a lot from those experiences whether or not that was God’s purpose for allowing them to happen or not. Though I don’t doubt for a second He had a plan.

    Author bio:
    Candice Sue Patterson studied at The Institute of Children’s Literature and is an active member of American Christian Fiction Writers. She lives in southern Indiana with her husband and three sons in a restored farmhouse overtaken by books. When she’s not tending to her chickens, splitting wood or decorating cakes, she’s working on a new story. Candice writes Modern-Vintage romance--where the past and present collide with faith. Visit her website at

    Saturday, November 26, 2016

    Every Bride Has Her Day

    Every Bride Has Her Day: A Novel 

    Brides with Style #3

    Paperback, ebook

    May 17, 2016

    by Janice Thompson

    • Paperback: 352 pages
    • Publisher: Revell 
    • ISBN-13: 978-0800724016

    Another Delightful Romance from the Queen of Romantic Comedy

    Katie Fisher is ecstatic. Pro basketball star Brady James has proposed, and she can't wait to start planning their life together.

     She's confident she'll make it down the aisle this time--but it still may be easier said than done. 

    A high-society Houston bride has Katie and the Cosmopolitan Bridal team scrambling to get the perfect dress done in time for her spectacular wedding. Meanwhile, Katie finds herself bombarded with everyone's competing visions regarding her own special day--and she's beginning to worry that her own ideas will get lost in the crossfire. 

    Will she ever manage to settle all of the details for her perfect day? Or will bridal shop chaos and overzealous friends and family make a mess of everything?

    Fan favorite Janice Thompson gives readers what they've been clamoring for: another funny, romantic romp with a Texas twang.

    My thoughts: First, the disclaimer. "I was provided a free advance reader copy of this book. All opinions are my own." That done, EVERY BRIDE HAS HER DAY is about wedding planning with a heaping helping of humor and drama. I am so glad I didn't have friends, family, and future in laws like Katie Sue does in EVERY BRIDE HAS HER DAY. 

    Like most brides, Katie has planned her wedding since she was knee high to a grasshopper, and she knows exactly what she wants. But what to do when the rich mother of the groom--also Katie's boss--has her own ideas--and yours don't matter? Or when your entire hometown, and her co-workers, want to plan their dream weddings and make it yours? 

    And what to do when you have no backbone, and a lot of on the job stress for someone else's wedding? 

    Ms. Thompson is the queen of romantic humor, as well as wedding stories, and fans will want to read EVERY BRIDE HAS HER DAY. This book, (series - Brides with Style) is NOT stand-alone so if you are new to Ms. Thompson you'll want to start with  Every Bride Needs a Groom and Every Girl Gets Confused. 

    Friday, November 25, 2016

    Where Two Hearts Meet

    Where Two Hearts Meet: A Novel 

    Prince Edward Island Dreams #2 

    Paperback, ebook, hardcover, audio CD 

    October 18, 2016

    by Liz Johnson 

    • Paperback: 384 pages
    • Publisher: Revell 
    • ISBN-13: 978-0800724504

    "A delightful, yummy tale of faith and finding truth at the lovely Red Door Inn."--Rachel HauckNew York Times bestselling author

    In her kitchen at Rose's Red Door Inn, executive chef Caden Holt is calm, collected, and competent. But when her boss asks her to show off their beautiful island to impress a visiting travel writer and save the inn, Caden is forced to face a world much bigger than her kitchen--and a man who makes her wish she was beautiful.

    Journalist Adam Jacobs is on a forced sabbatical on Prince Edward Island. He's also on assignment to uncover a story. Instead he's falling in love with the island's red shores and Caden's sweets. 

    When Caden discovers Adam isn't who she thought he was, she realizes that the article he's writing could do more than ruin the inn's chances for survival--it might also break her heart.

    My thoughts: First, the disclaimer. "I was provided a free paperback copy of this book. All opinions are my own." That done, I am absolutely in love with Caden and Adam. And Esther and Levi. As well as a host of other secondary characters in WHERE TWO HEARTS MEET. 

    I loved that Caden taught cooking lessons to high school students. I imagine her  kitchen was a fun and noisy place as they joked and laughed and learned. I loved the way Adam found his way into her kitchen and never really left. And I prayed and held my breath along with Caden when she entered the lobster cook-off? Would she finally win? 

    I also ached along with Adam as he had to admit his failings as a person, a son, and a journalist. He carried a lot of weight. I wanted him to keep his job. Really. Well, sort of. Because I wasn't sure how an American journalist could fall in love with a Canadian chef without one of them giving up their current position. And face it, this is a romance. The happy-ever-after is expected. And it was so not a let down. 

    This book had me at the first page and held my attention to the very end. I loved WHERE TWO HEARTS MEET and if you haven't picked up your copy yet, do it now. An awesome story! 5 stars. I cannot wait for the third book in this series. 

    Thursday, November 24, 2016

    THANKSGIVING: Thank God for Pastors by Ada Brownell

    THANKSGIVING: Thank God for Pastors
    By Ada Brownell

    Pastor Brandt sat at a small table on a tiny chair beside his son who held a crayon and colored a picture of David and the sheep. “Little Adam is my assistant today while I prepare Sunday’s sermon. Rose isn’t feeling well. How can I help you?”
    “I’m worried about John Parks. Did you know he’s in jail? Sheriff Woody accused him of murdering Billy Joe Garner. John found the body in his barn, obviously dumped there.”
    The pastor rubbed the back of the graying dark brown hair circling his bald spot. “No, I didn’t know. The preacher sometimes is the last person to hear gossip. John sort of dropped out of church when he returned from Minneapolis. But he’s been here lately. How can I help?”
    Edwina surveyed the low, humble ceiling and tried to keep from bursting into tears. “Most important, you can pray he won’t be hanged before we can prove he’s innocent.”
    “Let’s start right now.” The pastor dropped to his knees and talked to God as if he stood beside him. Then he prayed for Edwina and her papa.
    “Pray for the Davenports too,” she asked. “I know they belong to your church, but Mrs. Davenport and Wellington have a grudge against John for not allowing them to take Bellea’s child. Someone has gone to lots of trouble to frame John, and Wellington might have killed B.J. and dumped his body. Only thing, the boot prints John found that morning are big. Wellington isn’t big.”
    “Wasn’t B.J. working for the Davenports after he left John’s ranch? I saw B.J. driving Mrs. Davenport about town a lot. He always carried her packages and guided her across the streets and that sort of thing. They came to a couple of church functions together, but Wellington usually drove her to services.”
    The pastor looked at his small son and stood. “Adam, I’ll be right back. I’ll walk you out, Miss Jorgenson, while we talk. I need to finish my sermon and get home to check on my wife.”
    They walked past the sanctuary where the elderly Amos McCutcheon swept and cleaned.
    Pastor shook his head. “B.J. wasn’t such big a man, either. Don’t know if he ever attended a worship service. Working for the judge as he did was a different kind of job if you know what I mean. I would have loved to see him give his heart to Christ.”
    “Me, too.” Edwina nodded. “Could you stop at the jail sometime and see John? He’s discouraged.” She stared at the ceiling. The lump formed in her throat again and threatened to dissolve into tears.
    “Sure. I already thought of that.”
    Hope trickled into Ed. Blinking the tears away, she shook the pastor’s hand. “Thanks. One good thing has happened. John’s girlfriend, Valerie MacDougal, and her father are attorneys, and they’ll be here on the train tomorrow. Pray they can find something to prove his innocence.”
    Pastor gripped her hand. “I certainly will, and God hears. I imagine John is grateful for you, Edwina, for standing up for him and helping him in his time of need. You’re a true friend.”
    When Edwina mounted her horse again, she muttered, “Yeh. A friend.”

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    By Ada Brownell

    A handsome young man with a ranch in ruin and a brilliant doctor confined to an insane asylum because of one seizure. Yet their lives intersect. How will they achieve their dreams?
    John Lincoln Parks yearns for a wife to help make the ranch all it should be after his uncle, a judge, ravaged it before he was murdered. John has his eye on his sister Jenny’s elegant matron of honor, Valerie MacDougal, a young widow. But Valerie, a law school graduate, returns to Boston to live. John and Valerie write, but while in Boston Valerie and one of her father’s law partners try to get three patients wrongfully judged as insane out of the Boston asylum—and they spend a lot time together.
    Will John marry Valerie or Edwina Jorgenson, the feisty rancher-neighbor who has been in love with John since they were in grade school? Edwina’s father is in a wheelchair and she’s taking care of their ranch. John tries to help and protect this neighbor who has a Peeping Tom whose bootprints are like the person’s who dumped a body in John’s barn. But John and Edwina fuss at one another constantly. Will John even marry, or be hanged for the murder?
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    Ada Brownell, a devoted Bible student, has written for Christian publications since age 15. She spent much of her life as a reporter for The Pueblo Chieftain in Colo., and the last seven years covering the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo, a former asylum. She also is a veteran youth Christian education teacher. After moving to Missouri in her retirement, she continues to write books, free lance for Sunday school papers, Christian magazines, write op-ed pieces for newspapers, and blogs with stick-to-your-soul encouragement. She is the author of seven books and more than 350 articles and stories published in Christian magazines.

    Ada says pastors impact lives and positively touch almost every area of our lives from birth to death. Ministers blessed Ada all her life, beginning with calling her to salvation at age 5, discipling her in the faith even today, and being there in times of need. She’ll never forget Pastor Bobby Wilson flying all night from Pueblo, Colo., to San Jose, Calif., to get to Ada’s daughter Carolyn‘s funeral. How wonderful it was when he walked in!

    All of Ada Brownell’s children are in ministry or have been in God’s work sometime in their lives. Jeanette Wilson’s husband Darron was an associate pastor 20 years and now is a hospice chaplain; Jaron Brownell is a worship leader; Daughter Gwen and her husband Mark, who work and teach in health care, spent time in short time missions, Gwen in Kenya and Mark in the Philippines; Carolyn and her husband Michael Coney worked with youth before Carolyn’s death; Gary Brownell is a widely known technology pastor who works in audio, lighting and stage design.

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