I hope you enjoy this fiction book review of Susan May Warren’s book, When I Fall in Love. Reading one of Susan’s books is like reading a painting by a skilled artist. She creates colorful word pictures, memorable plots, and feisty characters that draw you in until the end. I discovered her books a couple of years ago, and she quickly became one of my favorite Christian fiction authors. I was quickly hooked on her stories. Her newest books are part of the Christiansen Family series. Take a Chance on Me and It Had to Be You are others in her series.
When we see something we don’t understand, we often assume it is something harmful. Frustration–or fear–overwhelms us and may paralyze us. When that happens, can God send your fears packing?
Through the years I’ve struggled with fear just like many of you. But one day I decided to trade my fear for something more reliable.
I first met Carol Kent years ago at the Christian Booksellers Association. I consider Carol a mentor as I trained with her to speak professionally. Even before I watched her walk through her family tragedy, she impressed me as one of the most godly women I had ever known or met.
Reflections about 9/11 vary for all of us, depending on where we were, and how it affected us. But after all these years, one constant remains. From my own poetic reflections about 9/11, here is a backward look, as well as a forward look at those events: