The Voice Finale and Win

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Great finalists on The Voice. I liked all of them, yet Michelle Chamuel was my favorite! She could not only sing, she was great on stage and was fun to watch. The Swon brothers were good, as was Danielle Bradbury. Danielle, just came out and sang, she hid behind the mike and never moved on stage. She's 16, a little girl, who has a lot to learn.

Here is Michelle with OneRepublic

Michelle singing on her own . . .

Danielle with Hunter Hays

Danielle singing on her own . . .

Now, I ask you who is more entertaining, and fun?!?!?!? Definitely not Danielle! Yet she won. Another cookie cutter, blonde, Country artist. Needed another one of those, right?! 
Thanks for a great season Michelle! I know this is not the last we will see of you!


Fear Has A Name

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
Fear Has a Name
David C. Cook (June 1, 2013)
Creston Mapes


Creston has fond memories of his boyhood in Bath, Ohio, where he became enchanted with his future wife, way back in the fourth grade. His father, Bernie, owned and operated The Weathervane Furniture Shop in town. The whole family lived right upstairs in the century-old house known as "The Shop."

Creston studied journalism at Bowling Green State University, then began his writing career. During the past 30 years, he has worked as a reporter, corporate copywriter, creative director, freelance writer, and author.


From popular suspense author Creston Mapes comes another faith-building thriller, a tale that follows journalist Jack Crittendon as he fights to protect his family from a stalker's terrifying schemes, investigates a pastor's mysterious disappearance, and struggles to keep his faith amidst unthinkable fear.

With his family's safety on the line, Crittendon realizes there are secrets behind "Christian" walls--secrets with painful, deadly implications. He must find the faith to trust a God who allows inconceivable trials, and the courage to guard his family, with danger exploding at every turn.

Through it all--the sharp, character-driven writing for which Mapes is known--takes fans and new readers on an edge-of-your-seat journey that explores the harsh, far-reaching consequences of bullying and the Christian response to fear.

If you would like to read the first chapter of Fear Has a Name, go HERE.

Review: My husband grabbed this book the moment it arrived. He said that the author wrote a great story and it had so many red herrings it kept you guessing until the end. He really enjoyed this book!
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