If you have questions or comments, you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to hear from you (especially if you have a really great book recommendation)! You can also find me (occasionally) on Instagram as @thearosenburg and (regularly) on Pinterest as trosenburg.
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.
Fun fact: I write songs as well as book reviews! You can listen to some live recordings of my newer songs, as well as my studio EP from the days of yore, on Bandcamp.
In addition to sharing blog posts here, I spend my early mornings writing and editing for Deeply Rooted magazine, as well as submitting pieces to a few other publications. You can find some of my published pieces below:
Deeply Rooted Magazine
“Come to Him Like Little Children” —on prayer (Aug. 2017)
“Abide: Grace-Fueled Practices of Spiritual Discipline” (Aug. 2017)
“Through the Waters” —on motherhood (May 2017)
“The Savior and the Saved” —Easter / my testimony (Apr. 2017)
“To Dust You Shall Return” —Ash Wednesday (Mar. 2017)
“In the Beginning” —Advent (Dec. 2016)
“The Christ Candle” —Advent (Dec. 2015)
“The Shepherd’s 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 waking early (Sept. 2014)
I am a regular contributor to Deeply Rooted‘s print magazine, so you can also find my essays in their pretty pages.
“Whatever is Pure and Lovely” —imagination (Story Warren, Mar. 2017)
“Four Tips for Connecting With the Moms in Your Church” (Tirzah, Mar. 2017)
“The Conviction of Things Not Seen” —imagination (Story Warren, Apr. 2015)
Where can I Find You?
I would love to connect with you! Let me know where I can do that in the comments below.