Author: Roanne L. King

Freedom for the Lost – A reminder as Palm Sunday Approaches

Freedom for the Lost – A reminder as Palm Sunday Approaches

"I'm not so lost to myself that I can't love and pray for others." Ouch! I wish I could say that quote was my own, but it's not. These days I feel like I'm in a perpetual cycle of being "lost to myself". This is not the same as being selfish. I'm lost because I'm … Continue reading Freedom for the Lost – A reminder as Palm Sunday Approaches

Removing Little Irritations to Ensure True and Lasting Peace

Removing Little Irritations to Ensure True and Lasting Peace

I don't like to think of myself as a procrastinator. However, there are things I tend to avoid. Specifically, I avoid things that I'm sure will lead to some type of physical or emotional pain. After living with and managing fibromyalgia symptoms for over a decade now, my procrastination involves more than simply putting something … Continue reading Removing Little Irritations to Ensure True and Lasting Peace

Glimpses of Below the Mountain — Dylan Discovers Lydia

A few chapter into Below the Mountain, we finally get a glimpse of Dylan's perspective in the first moments he discovers that Emelyn of the Mountain is not alone. It's a flashback to one of the first scenes of Beyond the Valley, but one we've only known Lydia’s perspective until now. This excerpt may contain … Continue reading Glimpses of Below the Mountain — Dylan Discovers Lydia

Glimpses of Below the Mountain: Turmoil

I can't help but feel sorry for Dylan from page one of Below the Mountain. He had big dreams for the life he'd create for him and Lydia at the end of Book 1, even though they had to change their plans at the last minute and leave the Valley where Lydia had grown up. … Continue reading Glimpses of Below the Mountain: Turmoil

My Broken Hallelujah – Below the Mountain Connection

How incredible is the Creator of the Universe, who could use anything to turn the hearts of man—yet chooses the weary, the orphan, the defeated—to represent his powerful grace and mercy and give meaning to what the world would say is meaningless?