You awaken from a nap disoriented. Momentarily panicked, you wonder what day it is. What time is it? Is it day or night? After a few moments, the fog lifts in a flood of remembering, and you breathe a sigh of relief. But what if you woke up into a nightmare of disorientation that didn’t
Having discovered the writings of Athol Dickson, and I am immediately captivated by his writing style. Where many authors who write Christian works always wrap their stories up in neat little packages and “happily ever after” endings, Athol’s writings do not, because life isn’t always about happy endings. His stories are honest, often involving gut-wrenching story
Hey, folks, if you haven’t read this book, I would like to encourage you to do so… A Thousand Sleepless Nights is a bittersweet tale of illness–both physical and emotional. Nena Hutching was determined to keep the land left to her by her father, but she lost her children in the process.
For years Vera Gamble carried the guilt of having let her autistic brother walk away from their home, never to be heard from again. Then, 13 years after Siggy disappeared, Vera received a phone call that changed her life forever. Siggy’s body had been found. In just a matter of days, Vera left the comfort
Pilotville is a town built on stilts and lies. It’s the place where Hale Poser, who was raised in an orphanage, arrives looking for answers to his past—“his mother, or his father, or at least a tombstone with their name—his own name, whatever that might be.” What he discovers is a town that is full