Q & A with author Tricia Goyer

Please welcome author Tricia Goyer to New Horizon Reviews

Tricia Goyer has written 17 novels and 8 nonfiction books, and has published more than 400 articles for national publications such as Today's Christian Woman, Focus on the Family, and HomeLife. She also is the coauthor of Mealtime Moments (Focus on the Family). She is a former teen mom and the founder and former director of Hope Pregnancy Center in Kalispell, Montana. Tricia and her husband, John, live in Little Rock, Arkansas where John works for FamilyLife. They have four children, including a newly adopted daughter.

What genre do you write in? What draws you to this genre?
I write in almost every genre! My first writing project was a family devotional, my second a non-fiction book for teens, and my third a World War II historical novel. I've written 70 books, ranging from children's books to parenting books to memoir. I love the flexibility and to be able to follow as…

Review: Rhinestones on My Flip-Flops

RHINESTONES ON MY FLIP FLOPS offers the message Jane lives by: prove people wrong and laugh while living your dreams.

Has your life ever flipped? The challenge is to not become a flop! Strap on your sandals and let RHINESTONES ON MY FLIP-FLOPS deliver joy and laughter in the midst of everyday mess-ups.
Professional Southern humorist and award-winning author Jane Jenkins Herlong uses humor, wisdom, and life stories from iconic biblical women to guide you through the inevitable blunders of life.
Learn from the flip-flops of Deceived Eve, Domestic Diva Martha and Whiny Naomi. Laugh and be inspired by honest (ouch) stories delivered with Jane’s sparkling sense of humor. Add in some “rhinestoned” advice from modern Women of Wisdom (WOW). And you will learn how to keep the sparkle and shine on your God-given talents even as you experience life’s inevitable flops!

      `Rhinestones on My Flip-Flops` is a Christian Living book written for women by author Jane Jenkins Herlong. I chose this bo…

Headlines: Veritas

Veritas is a contemporary classical group that has an unforgettable signature powerful harmony.  They have performed on stage at Carnegie Hall and joined Sandi Patty on her Forever Grateful tour.
With their sophomore record, Hope Survives, the men of Veritas--Jeff Anderson, James Berrian, Andrew Goodwin, Jordan Johnson and Lucas Scott Lawrence--are wielding their powerful, dramatic musical arsenal to communicate the hope expressed by their fans, as well as the hope which guides each of their lives.

The album `Hope Survives` is available now in the Official Veritas Store and at iTunesAmazon MusicGoogle Playand everywhere great Christian music is sold.

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Review: God Made The World

`God made the World` is a cloth book made especially for babies and toddlers, illustrated by Emma Haines. The cover is crinkly and the back page has a safety mirror for the child to see that God made them, too. The stuffing is 100% polyester, machine washable, and not made for teething.

          The text is about 12 - 14 font and has about 4 words per page. This organization is sufficient for this age group. The author used imagery, along with the words, to tell a story. Examples are: God made the oceans (fish), God made the meadows (rabbits in a meadow), God made my friends (cat & dog).  The primary medium is drawings.

        The book comes enclosed with plastic to keep it nice and clean. It would make a perfect gift for any little one in your life. I am very impressed with the colorful illustrations.

Disclaimer: "I was provided a free copy of this book. All opinions are my own."

Guest Post: April W Gardner

Please welcome author April W Gardner as she brings a guest post to New Horizon Reviews.

APRIL W GARDNER writes history with a Christian perspective and a little imagination. 
She is a copyeditor, military wife, and homeschooling mother of two who lives in Texas. She writes Christian historical romance with a focus on our Southeastern Native tribes. In no particular order, April dreams of owning a horse, learning a third language, and visiting all the national parks.
April, welcome and it's so good to have you visit today. Thanks!

At some point in the creation of every novel, I ask my characters, “When the Enemy strikes or faith is shaken, when doctrines confuse or godly men differ, when the world is crumbling and life is threatened, what will you do? To whom will you run?”
If they were to turn the question on me, I pray I’d answer, “I look to Jesus. Only He will do.” 
My Creek Country Saga delves deep into Native American culture and spiritualism. Some of the concepts are f…

Review: Steal Away Home

`Steal Away Home` is a Christian Living book about Charles Spurgeon and Thomas Johnson by authors Matt Carter and Aaron Ivey. Thomas Johnson was a former slave that had been trained at Spurgeon's college in England and commissioned by Spurgeon as a missionary to Africa. The authors are quick to note that this book is not a biography or a history book, but a story based on real life events that occurred in history. Many of the word-for-word quotations are from Spurgeon's or Johnson's own writing.

        Young Charles Spurgeon enjoyed visiting his grandfather staying for long visits to read the books his grandfather owned. He also enjoyed the outdoors where he saw beauty in everything the Creator made. Charles' grandfather played a big role in Charles becoming a famous preacher. His knees had callou7ses from kneeling in prayer, damaged eyesight from years of reading scripture, and his heart groaned for the Spirit of God to save souls.

        I learned that Spu…