I've decided that 2017 is going to be the grand year of YA fiction in my life!
It's a fun concept and I'm sure a younger readership loves this series, and well they should. It's some of the best YA Christian fiction that I've ever read with maybe the exception of Frank Peretti.
God values our lives. Each and every day. He is the one who has numbered them, not us. I've questioned in the past whether assisted suicide has its benefits, but no. That is not for me to decide.
Father Gilbert books fill me with a giddy sort of joy born only from authors who tackle the hard questions and topics of life.
I'm excited to write book analysis on my own terms instead of feeling like I have to fit in with all the other readers of Christian fiction.