September was an exciting month, mostly because we welcomed several new writers into our team! In addition to our usual reviews and interviews, we also had some great Q&As this month with our new reviewers.
Meet Carrie Schmidt, en ESL teacher who loves blogging and being an aunt.
Meet Stephanie Smith, a homeschooling mom and missionary.
Meet Megan Besing, a YA novelist who was a recent finalist in ACFW’s Gensis contest.
Wildest Dreams by Robyn Carr (Contemporary Romance), reviewed by Rachel
Hiding Places by Erin Healy (Suspense), reviewed by Melissa
Where Treasure Hides by Johnnie Alexander (Historical Romance), reviewed by Beth
Mistress of Tall Acre by Laura Frantz (Historical Romance), reviewed by Beth & Carrie
The Killing Kind by Chris Holm (Crime/Suspense/Thriller), reviewed by Melissa
The Lopsided Christmas Cake by Wanda E. Brunstetter (Amish/Christmas), reviewed by Jodie
The Hesitant Heiress by Dawn Crandall (Historical Romance), reviewed by Carrie
The Isaac Project by Sarah Monzon (Contemporary Romance), reviewed by Carrie
Ties that Bind by Cindy Woodsmall (Amish), reviewed by Rachel
Irish Meadows by Susan Anne Mason (Historical Romance), reviewed by Sara
Healer of Carthage by Lynne Gentry (Historical Romance), reviewed by Beth
The Hopper-Hill Family by Erika Castiglione (Contemporary/YA), reviewed by Beth
Keeping Christmas by Dan Walsh (Contemporary/Christmas), reviewed by Beth
Jodie interviews Carrie Stuart Parks about her recent suspense novel, The Bones Will Speak.
Melissa interviews Erin Healy about her recent suspense novel, Hiding Places.
This month, look out for more Q&As with our remaining new writers, as well as a special feature on Speculative, Sci-Fi and Dystopian Fiction!