Celebrate Lit

Celebrate Lit (Literature) is a group of people who write and/or read  Christian fiction of all genres (Historical, Amish, Modern, Youth/Young Adult, Sci Fi, Fantasy, etc).  We work together to promote the writings of the members of the group.   I love it, because I get the opportunity to meet new authors and read and promote their books.  With so much negativity in the world, it’s so nice to have a little pocket of friends who are encouraging and promoting what’s good and honorable and right and glorifying to God.  As time goes on, my list will increase.  My first review is coming up on Monday, October 2.  For all of these reviews, I have received a free advanced reader copy for the purpose of an honest review.

To Gain A Mommy, by Tanya Eavenson

Almond Street Mission by June Foster

Bachelor Mission – Jes Drew

Into A Silent World – Carmina Edwards

 21 Days of Christmas – Kathy Ide

The Heart of An Agent – Tracy J. Lyons

Like Moonlight at Low Tide – Nicole Quigley

Holly, Ivy and Intrigue – collection of three novellas

Food for Thought by Janet Lynn Mitchell

A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White

A Courtship on Huckleberry Hill by Jennifer Beckstrand

Their Daring Hearts by Sharlene MacLaren

Ain’t Misbehaving by Marji Laine

Her Good Girl by Elaine Stock

The Essence of Joy by Lynne U. Watson

Soul’s Prisoner by Cara Luecht

Fine Print by Chautona Havig

Storms in Serenity by Fay Lamb

The Tempering Agent by Victoria Pitts Caine

The Revolutionary by Kristen Hogrefe




37 thoughts on “Celebrate Lit

    1. We have a YA book tour coming up called Like Moonlight at Low Tide by Nicole Quigley. I will be blogging about it on December 10th. Also Jody Helund’s For Love and Honor, Kara Swanson’s The girl who could see and Travis Kristin Spencer’s Kerfuffle. I actually haven’t read them yet, but I have The Girl Who Could See in my kindle ready to go for when I’m not reading for blog tours 🙂 I enjoy YA too, even in my mid-50’s Have you read Katie Parker Productions (4 books, I think) by Jenny B. Jones? Loved it, so fun. Her grandmother is hysterical. And Chautona Havig writes some really awesome “fairy tale” type stories – Princess Paisley and Everard. And also check out her Wynnewood series, I blogged about her and some of her books. Thanks for writing. God bless.

  1. Thanks for the review!
    (P.S I was going for more of a Acts 16:18 scene)
    Also, don’t worry- everything shall come together in book two that I worked on today with your anticipation in mind.

    1. Absolutely, can’t wait for the sequel. I’ll have to read book 1 again 🙂 Good job, keep it up, you have some major talent there.

  2. I have enjoyed the fairytale series by Melanie Dickerson. I think The Merchant’s Daughter and The Golden Braid are my favorites (so far) from that collection.

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