I would love to hear from you (especially if you have a really great book recommendation)! You can email me at email@example.com. I also show up from time to time 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 freelance editor and a regular contributor for Deeply Rooted Magazine. In the past, I have served as a content editor for Deeply Rooted, as well as a contributor and illustrator for Wildflowers Magazine. My work has also appeared in Story Warren and Tirzah Magazine.
You can find a few of my published pieces below (but if you only read one, read this one):
“What is Certain” —life in quarantine (Deeply Rooted)
“Behold, the King” —the Incarnation (Deeply Rooted)
“The Ingredients We Have on Hand” —on writing (Story Warren)
“To My Church on the Day it Dissolves” (Deeply Rooted)
“Three Questions to Ask Before You Take My Advice“ —on parenting (Deeply Rooted)
“The Riot & The Dance” —interview with N. D. Wilson (Deeply Rooted)
“Whatever is Pure and Lovely” —on imagination (Story Warren)
“A Home & A Hunger” —interview with Caroline Cobb (Deeply Rooted)
“Come to Him Like Little Children” —on prayer (Deeply Rooted)
“Through the Waters” —on motherhood (Deeply Rooted)
“The Savior and the Saved” —my testimony (Deeply Rooted)
“A Letter to My Daughter About Beauty” (Deeply Rooted)
“The Conviction of Things Not Seen” — on play (Story Warren)
“How I Learned to Love Love Stories” (Deeply Rooted)
“At the Threshold of the Day” —on early mornings (Deeply Rooted)
. . . and I write songs! These days I mostly sing for my kids in our kitchen, but here are some places you find my music online:
“For You, Lord” (video) —our pastor invited me to share a song with our church congregation during quarantine (2020).
The Songs of Fanny Crosby, by Gateway Hymns —a project recorded with friends to accompany an issue of Wildflowers Magazine (2019).
The First Spring —a full-length live album recorded in 2013.
Tricks & Sirens —an EP recorded with Murder Mountain Records (2007).
Where Can I Find You?
I would love to connect with you! Let me know where I can do that in the comments below.