Saturday, April 22, 2017

Christ Arose: Blog Tour

Faith Blum has a new book! She wrote, edited, and published a short story in just three short days and you can now get it for free! Read on to learn more about it.

About the Book

And, behold, there was a great earthquake: for the angel of the Lord descended from heaven, and came and rolled back the stone from the door, and sat upon it. His countenance was like lightning, and his raiment white as snow: And for fear of him the keepers did shake, and became as dead men.

No longer could I say I was lonely. But oh, how I wish I could! Who could have done such a thing to the Creator of the world? Who had so much hatred for Him?

Available for free on all eBook vendor:

About the Author

Faith Blum is a 20-something author of multiple books in various genres. She loves to write, read, play piano, knit, crochet, sew, watch movies, and play games with her family. She lives in Wisconsin with her family on a small family farm where they raise goats, chickens, turkeys, ducks, and have 2 dogs and a varying number of cats.

Faith’s goal in her writing is to encourage Christians in their walk with Christ. If you enjoyed this book, go to her website to sign up for her Monthly Newsletter so you can get an email with fun facts, giveaways, and so much more every month. You will also find links to her other Social Media sites on her website. She loves to hear from her readers, so feel free to contact her. 


Faith is offering a really neat giveaway for this tour. The ParLaGrace etsy seller has an April special right now for a really beautifully made block that says He Lives. Isn’t it pretty? You can enter the giveaway here:

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He approaches the woman and speaks quietly with her. “Woman, why weepest thou? Whom seekest thou?”
Keeping her head down, she says, “Sir, if thou have born Him hence, tell me where thou has laid Him and I will take Him away.”
The Creator’s Son looks at her for a short time, then opens His mouth. “Mary.” The way He says it. It speaks of His love for her troubles and of His compassion. He doesn’t scold her for weeping, He gently and quietly says her name. “Mary.”

Tour Schedule 

April 22
Written Rest-Book Spotlight and Review

April 24
Leila Tualla-Book Spotlight
God's Peculiar Treasure Rae-Book Spotlight
In the Bookcase-Book Spotlight and Review

April 25
With a Joyful Noise-Book Spotlight and Review

April 26
Frances Hoelsma-Book Spotlight
Perpetual Indie Perspective-Book Spotlight and Review

April 27
Bookish Orchestrations-Giveaway Winner

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Savior, Like a Shepherd Tour winners

Thank you all for participating in my blog tour. It was a fun time and now I get the privilege of announcing the winners!!

Savior, Like a Shepherd Paperbacks

Elizabeth H. and Serena H.!

Savior, Like a Shepherd eBooks

Angela W. and CutePolarBear!

Hymns of the West Novellas: Volume Two Paperback

Brenda Keaton!

Hymns of the West Novellas: Volume Two eBooks

Sarah B., Amanda, and Ashley!

Congratulations to each of you. Thank you for entering the giveaway and joining in the fun. I will send you an email shortly. Enjoy reading!


Thursday, February 16, 2017


My sister recently commented that my books usually have a widow or widower who ends up getting married. When she said that, I started thinking. She’s right. I really do. Not only that, but I also usually have an orphan in my stories as well. When I started writing just over four years ago, that wasn’t my intention at all, but since then, I guess I’ve been interested in taking care of widows and orphans like James 1:27 says to do:

Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world. (NASB)

Now all I have to do is do it more in real life. One way I can do that is by donating half my income from the Orphans of the West series toward supporting orphans through the organization World Orphans. Thank you in advance for helping me.

I guess you could say that orphans have been on my heart for quite some time. I don’t really know exactly when it started, but in the past two years I have especially been thinking about them. That desire to help has culminated in this book, the first in my Orphans of the West series, Savior, Like a Shepherd.

About the Book

The ground shook and a rumble sounded through the air as the train squealed to a stop. Maybe, just maybe, I could carry someone’s bags without the porter taking notice. And then there was the even bigger maybe: Maybe I could get enough money to at least buy a crust of bread for Trevor and Tabitha to share.
I hid behind the boxes in the freight yard and kept one eye on the porter, and the other on the second class passenger car. The porter had his attention on the first class car, so I slipped into the gathering crowd.