Double Trouble: What a Pair! (Parent Book Review)

WHAT A PAIR! is clean, and full of childhood pranks and healthy family interactions. I would gladly allow my children to read any of the books in the Double Trouble series.

Friending: Real Relationships in a Virtual World (Book Review)

Friending: Real Relationships in a Virtual World is about so much more than virtual communication; it is an encouraging nudge toward healthy friendships in ALL forms - virtual and physical.

Being Emotional is NOT Being Weak

I'm so tired of people assuming that because I'm a deep-feeling, emotional, expressive person, I must also be irrational, mentally-unstable, and weak.

How To Accept More Grace (and Less Condemnation) in the 2020 New Year

How More Grace (and Less Condemnation) Can Be Found in 2020 Keep reading to discover why it may be healthier for you to live out a New Year's Hope, rather than make a New Year's Resolution. Christmas is over. And if I’m quite honest, that tree standing over there in the corner of my living... Continue Reading →

The Canary List (Book Review)

"Why would anyone want to believe in demons?"- The Canary List, Sigmund Brouwer The Canary List by Sigmund Brouwer My rating: 4 of 5 stars Do you think for yourself, or blindly believe everything authorities tell you to believe? Not all is as you think it is... There's more going on behind the scenes than... Continue Reading →

The Weight of Shadows (Book Review)

The Weight of Shadows by Alison StrobelMy rating: 4 of 5 stars“Hurting people hurt other people.” This is what a friend of mine told me many years ago, and I continue to see the truth of it.The Weight of Shadows explores the complexities of abusive relationships and the possible motives behind the actions of both... Continue Reading →

Beat Holiday Stress: Why November is the Perfect Time to Plan for Christmas

What is your least favourite month of the year? Mine used to be November. Why? Because November feels dreary. November feels like an in between-Thanksgiving-and-Christmas, useless kind of a month during which the dormant, brown grass becomes a reflection of what I feel inside - not alive, not dead, just somewhat depressed while I wait... Continue Reading →

An “Out of Context” Interview: One-Year Anniversary Post

This article is dedicated to my sister Connie Epp who has been my champion and mentor throughout this writing journey. I love you. Q:        Sara, let’s begin by discussing why you write what you write. Many blogs discuss current world issues or offer practical advice. You, however, regularly subject your audience to personal musings... Continue Reading →

Good day, my dear readers and fellow writers: It's time to show you what I've been working on for the last two years... Yes, I wrote a book! It took nine months of writing in my spare time, more drafts than I can remember, and one year of editing alongside my talented developmental and copy... Continue Reading →

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