7 Facts About Autism

I knew almost nothing about autism until 2014. That was the year we discovered our youngest son was autistic. And as we proceeded through the diagnostic process and subsequent therapies with him, we realized I was autistic too. I won’t delve into the difficulties of pursuing a diagnosis as an adult in this post*, butContinue reading “7 Facts About Autism”

“Still Small Voice” Cover Reveal

As defenders of the light, three children embark on a journey to stop the dark forces invading their land. Because of their faith, twelve-year-old Lauren and her younger brothers, Aiden and Ethan, prevailed in the battle for the Tower of Light. But their victory did not stop the Dark One. Darkness continues to spread acrossContinue reading ““Still Small Voice” Cover Reveal”

Keagan’s Review of “Light of Mine” by Allen Brokken

This is a book review written by my thirteen-year-old son, Keagan. It has been published with his permission. Light of Mine is a Christan novel. It’s aimed at middle-grade readers, and features three fictitious, light-based tools, creatures that have been blessed by God, and a family devoted to God. The main characters are Lauren, Aiden,Continue reading “Keagan’s Review of “Light of Mine” by Allen Brokken”

“Burn” Cover Reveal

Life: 1. Brenna James: 0. An AWOL talent, an enemy-occupied hometown, and a Life Shade boyfriend—Brenna James just wants something to go right. Although her family has been given sanctuary in Syeira, Brenna will never be safe as long as Rune is hunting down and killing Firebrands. Can someone please wake her up already? WhenContinue reading ““Burn” Cover Reveal”

Routines and Reaching Out

It feels strange to carry on, holding on to ‘normal’ as best we can. Keeping up with the news. Working. Homeschooling. Checking on family and friends. All the while, the world is changing in ways that are hard to comprehend. It seems strange. All of it. Silence isn’t always empty. Sometimes it’s filled and there’sContinue reading “Routines and Reaching Out”