My husband and I like to watch cooking competitions. One thing these judges like to hear are personal stories showcasing the dish that the competing chefs have prepared. This passed Saturday evening, we ate bowls of Cap’n Crunch for dinner. I had not eaten a bowl of that cereal in ages. The first bite reminded… Continue reading Bookish News and Cap’n Crunch
Dear Readers, Y'all know I'm a fan of Christian romance, right? I write Christian romance, after all. And, if it happens to be historical, I love it even more. So, I just finished reading "Waltz in the Wilderness" by debut author, Kathleen Denly. I gave it 5 stars and posted my review on… Continue reading My Review of “Waltz in the Wilderness” by Kathleen Denly
Someone has a birthday this month, and to celebrate, I have posted a portion of his story for you to read for free. It's on my "Free Reads" page, but here is the link to it, in case you'd like to share it. https://sjwellsauthor.com/free-reads/ The image above is of the cover for the… Continue reading Happy Birthday, Caleb!
Tomorrow it will be two weeks into the new year, and I’m still writing 2019. Do you all do that? I guess old habits are hard to break, even though writing 2020 is much easier. Have you all read any good books so far this year? I read “The Way of the Brave” by Susan… Continue reading January Update
It’s New Year’s Eve, and I’m not out partying with friends. I’m not even going to church to join with other believers to pray the old year out and the new year in. Instead, I’m safe at home with my family. I’m about to watch some TV with my husband and eat homemade chicken noodle… Continue reading A New Year’s Message
The rain is coming down out there this morning, providing a tune all its own. It’s soothing as I reach over and pet the cats, slide my fingers over the braille in my Bible, sip on a hot, cup of coffee, kiss my husband bye when he heads off to work. At this time 20… Continue reading A Thanksgiving Post
Several years ago, a friend said to me, “Because, after all, the South should have won.” Astounded, I probably stood there with my mouth hanging open. Somehow the subject of the American Civil War came up, and her statement was so far from anything I had ever heard or been taught, I couldn’t say anything… Continue reading A Veteran’s Day Post