Category: Inspirational Fiction
|Posted by Sarah Elisabeth under Heart Thoughts, Inspirational Fiction|
The stories are so sweet and full of meaning that I’d like to share some. I’m pretty sure the copyright has expired, or at least no one will sue me for posting. Of course, it’s not near as charming as reading it from the yellowed pages, but it’s the best I can do.
(Author not noted. How sad.)
They called her the baby, though she was two years old. Of course she was the “cunningest little thing that ever lived.” And among her other accomplishments, she could recite little cunning verses in the prettiest manner! (more…)
|Posted by Sarah Elisabeth under Inspirational Fiction|
And no, I’ve never been a wedding coordinator, and have only attended a handful of weddings in my lifetime. You don’t always have to “write what you know.”
Confessions of a Wedding Coordinator
by Sarah Elisabeth
Everything is in place. Perfection has been reached. Your expectation—exceeded.
That’s what you said last night at the rehearsal dinner. (more…)
|Posted by Sarah Elisabeth under eBook, Inspirational Fiction, World of Fiction|
|Posted by Sarah Elisabeth under Book Reviews, Heart Thoughts, Inspirational Fiction, World of Fiction|
Wait, isn’t that the term you use for new arrivals, as in babies? If so, my title is appropriate, because the publication of a debut novel follows much of the same pattern as having your first baby. From conception, through the anxiety and joy-filled thoughts of motherhood, to the impatient anticipation of the big day, not quite sure exactly when that will be, or what it will be like. The agonizing pains of labor, the sweat, the tears, the fear. And then…it’s all over. You hold the newborn book, uh, baby in your arms at last.
No, I’ve never had a baby. No, I’ve never published a novel. But my friend has. (Just the latter, of course!)
Without further rabbit trail hopping, I’d like to announce the publication of The Kingmakers, by Serafia Cross. I couldn’t be more excited for my dear friend. She has worked so consistently on drafting and editing this novel series, The Last King of Legends, it puts me to shame. Visit her website www.SerafiaCross.com for details on the series and an excerpt from the novel.
In 1174 King Baldwin IV of Jerusalem is thrust into power at age thirteen. Only a few individuals know his greatest secret—he is a leper. Despite all their training and abilities, they cannot teach him to live long, so they teach him how to reign great and craft a king myths are made of—a king history almost forgot. They are The Kingmakers to The Last King of Legends.
Book One, The Kingmakers, is now available. Get a copy.