Beth Erin is a Christian fiction enthusiast, book reviewer, and blogger. She strives to edify and connect with readers and authors through her blog and on social media. Beth is passionate about promoting authors and their entertaining, encouraging, and redemptive stories.
Beth lives with her husband and their four children in a close-knit rural southern Illinois farming community. They love their laid back lifestyle and small country church family. When she isn’t reading, Beth enjoys indulging in a favorite show or movie with her family, completing DIY projects with her husband, and seeing the country on long family road trips.
Happy Friday, reader friends! Today, I’m spotlighting the latest book by one of my favorite authors, Lori Benton! If you enjoy rich historical fiction set in America’s early history, I highly recommend all of Benton’s work including…
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Happy Mother’s Day Friday, reader friends! I just finished reading today’s feature earlier this week and y’all simply MUST check it out! I don’t even have words to express how wonderful this story is, big time book hangover in session over here!
“One minute a guy is splitting wood in the northeastern corner of the country, stomach rumbling and heart afire with ambition in the wake of his eighteenth birthday, and the next minute he’s pumping water from the old kitchen sink to clean the work off his hands and pick up a letter from the president of the United States of America himself.“
This beautiful story swept me away and I might never find my landlubber legs again!
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