I would love to hear from you (especially if you have a really great book recommendation)! You can email me at email@example.com. You can also find me on Instagram and Pinterest. Here are a few other places you can find my work online:
In addition to sharing book reviews here, I am a contributing editor for Deeply Rooted magazine and a regular contributor to Wildflowers (a creative magazine for girls). You can find a few of my published pieces below:
On the Deeply Rooted Blog
“Three Questions to Ask Before You Take My Advice“ —parenting (Sept. 2018)
“The Riot & The Dance” —interview with N.D. Wilson (June 2018)
“A Home & A Hunger” —interview with Caroline Cobb (Jan. 2018)
“Come to Him Like Little Children” —on prayer (Aug. 2017)
“Through the Waters” —on motherhood (May 2017)
“The Savior and the Saved” —my testimony (Apr. 2017)
“In the Beginning” —Advent (Dec. 2016)
“The Christ Candle” —Advent (Dec. 2015)
“The Candle of Prophecy” —Advent (Dec. 2015)
“A Letter to My Daughter About Beauty” (May 2015)
“How I Learned to Love Love Stories” (Feb. 2015)
“At the Threshold of the Day” —on early mornings (Sept. 2014)
Other Online Publications
“Whatever is Pure and Lovely” —imagination (Story Warren, Mar. 2017)
“4 Tips for Connecting With the Moms in Your Church” (Tirzah, Mar. 2017)
“Reading Lessons” —poem (Story Warren, July 2015)
“The Conviction of Things Not Seen” —imagination (Story Warren, Apr. 2015)
I spend early mornings writing and nap time painting (and eating chocolate). You can view a regularly-updated collection my paintings right here.
. . . and I write songs! You can listen to some live recordings of my newer songs, as well as my studio EP from the days of yore, on Bandcamp.
On Accepting Books for Review
I do sometimes accept review copies of books, but I am not compensated in any other way for my reviews. I don’t do sponsored posts, and I never promise to review a book unless I love it and think folks that read this blog would love it, too.
If you are an author or publisher considering contacting me about reviewing a book, I would encourage you to visit the “About” page here, as well as the “Book List,” and take the time to read some reviews before contacting me. That should give you a good idea of whether or not your book might be a good fit for the readers here.
Please note: It is extremely rare that I review anything other than books. If you’re considering contacting me about a product or service, I will probably decline your offer. I’ll just put that out there now and save you some work!
Where can I Find You?
I would love to connect with you! Let me know where I can do that in the comments below.