Category: No Eye Has Seen

Lydia’s Favorite Things: Beyond the Valley Character Insight

Lydia’s Favorite Things: Beyond the Valley Character Insight

At nearly seventeen years of age, Lydia finds excitement in the little things as a means of surviving boredom. She observes the change in seasons, enjoys talking to the animals she tends, and to her mama’s frustration—day dreams far too often. Read on to learn about some details that are not fully revealed between the … Continue reading Lydia’s Favorite Things: Beyond the Valley Character Insight

Beyond the Valley: Book 1 of the No Eye Has Seen Series

Beyond the Valley: Book 1 of the No Eye Has Seen Series

The 2nd Edition of Beyond the Valley is available now! ORDER HERE What Makes the No Eye Has Seen Story Unique? Lydia's Isolation. Imagine the only world you've ever known included just you and a single parent? That parent is the only other human you've interacted with and you've had no choice but to believe all their reasoning … Continue reading Beyond the Valley: Book 1 of the No Eye Has Seen Series

A midnight epiphany — am I supposed to write time-slip novels?

A midnight epiphany — am I supposed to write time-slip novels?

I've been reading them from the start-- probably as far back as 2009. My first attempt to draft No Eye Has Seen started with me reading several "time-slip-like" YA novels. At the time, I was writing "Momma Jane" (original title) as a YA and was taking a course in writing children's fiction. The two books … Continue reading A midnight epiphany — am I supposed to write time-slip novels?

My Broken Hallelujah

My Broken Hallelujah

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?

Expendable to the World, but Never to God

About a week ago, I stood at my writing desk just before heading off to work and said this prayer… Lord Jesus, please help me to have more time and energy to write for Your glory. I just don’t understand why this calling to write can be so strong, yet I have nothing left to … Continue reading Expendable to the World, but Never to God