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THE SOUND OF EMERALDS // Anniversary Blog Tour, Giveaway, & THE SOUND OF DIAMONDS Book Review

One year and one week ago, today, author Rachelle Rea Cobb released her book baby, The Sound of Emeralds -- the third and final novel in her Steadfast Love series -- into the world! And today, I have the pleasure of sharing with you Dragons a bit about the book, as well as a giveaway for signed copies of the entire series (!!), and my review of book one, The Sound of Diamonds.

What once was blazing hatred has turned to lasting love, but could the union of a wild heart with that of a lady ever result in more than heartache?
With the help of an old friend with uncertain loyalties, Dirk inches ever closer to clearing his name. Gwyneth throws her faith into good tidings and the promise of a future as a family. But an old evil comes to call, just as tragedy rips apart a fledgling truce. Enemies from the past and grief for the future threaten to tear asunder what God has brought together...

As the date of Dirk's trial approaches, his fate and his family hang in the balanc…

How to Write a Thank You Card

Writing thank you cards is the bane of my existence. They always end up in the mail a couple weeks late, and though the card's front may seem pretty, the inside is filled with inadequate wording representing my attempts to express sincere gratitude.

One of my earliest memories of suffering through writing a thank you card is when I was eleven. Some young adults from church were going to a gospel meeting a day's drive away, and were kind enough to let me tag along. On the way home, I got sick, and thus, a thank you card seemed all the more appropriate.

So, sitting on the couch the next day, a kleenex in hand as I coughed every now and then, I stared at a bright green, blank card. And oh, my dear Dragons, writing a thank you card was pure misery. How was I supposed to start it? Was a one sentence, "Hey, thanks for driving me to that gospel meeting," alright? How many sentences should it even be?

In my five years since then, I've (thankfully!) learned some of the l…

The Sunshine Blogger Award

Last month, Tracey at Adventure Awaits was so kind as to tag me in the Sunshine Blogger Award! (Thanks, Tracey! I can't wait to get started on your questions! ☺ )

THE RULES Thank the person who tagged you.Copy and answer the eleven questions provided.Tag up to eleven new bloggers to complete the challenge.Write eleven new questions for them to answer.THE QUESTIONS
1. What's the most addicting app on your phone?

Well, I have a dumb phone, so no apps on there. ☺ On my tablet, though, I'd have to say Spotify? Or Twitter. Or Goodreads. (You can tell I'm a total gamer. 😜 )

2. What's a song that speaks to your life, right now?

Hmm... Possibly Idols by Jessa Anderson? Idols can very much be hidden in plain sight, drawing us away from God, and that song's been quite the thought-provoker, addressing all the "pretty things" we surround ourselves with.

3. Do you have a book or movie that's your "happy place" -- a fictional world into which you retreat…

March Wrap-Up

Howdy, Dragons! As those of you who've been around awhile may recall, I took a blogging hiatus for the month of March. And though I love blogging, (*breathes*) I'm SO glad I did. The month was certainly easier than February (which is basically my least favourite month in the entirety of the year... plus I got sick, so my brain = fried), but whew, was it a whirlwind!

LIFE The Magic Flute tech week and performances happened. I've been having nightmares about something going terribly wrong during the shows, ever since. 😉 Still, I can't believe it's over...My grandparents came to town! Which technically happened before the performances for The Magic Flute, but they were able to see a show, which was awesome!I turned sixteen! It's still kind of crazy and unbelievable. The fact that I'll be a legal adult in two years makes me want to run and hide is insane.One of my best friends flew in! We were born a year and four days apart, so we got to celebrate both our bir…


Hello, friend! My name is Liv K. Fisher, and I'm a Christian, author, actress, homeschool student, and that girl who's still in love with princesses and still believes in unicorns.

When I was twelve, I wrote my first novels -- SOUL, a ninety-page dystopian set in 2015 (yup, too soon), and Heart, a medieval fantasy about an Irish queen. At fourteen, I wrote and edited (with the help of my awesome dad) a thirty-some-page Sleeping Beauty retelling, called I Once Dreamed. Between the ages of thirteen and fifteen, I wrote the first draft of another medieval fantasy novel, titled When the Sky Cries. Due to the novel's lack of regard for my desire to start draft two (pesky novel!), I've set it aside for a while, with plans to return to it soon. In the meantime, at sixteen, I'm writing a futuristic sci-fi novel set in outer space. Though I'm keeping this work-in-progress somewhat secret for now, it has a working title of And Did the Waters Tremble, as inspired by Psal…