Step back into Ancient Israel with Connilyn Cossette’s “Voice of the Ancient,” the captivating first book in The King’s Men series.
When I first saw The Shepherd’s Wife, I thought it would be an exciting read; unfortunately, this might be my first & last Angela Hunt novel.
Between the Wild Branches – The Covenant House: Book 2 (Includes an Exclusive Interview with the Author)
Connilyn Cossette once again showcases why she is one of the best Biblical Fiction authors with the release of Between the Wild Branches!
A powerful story of adoption, covenant, promise, love, and war, To Dwell Among Cedars will stay in your mind for days and months to come.
Redeeming Love is one of those books that you hear people always recommending. For years, I have had many people tell me about this novel, but I was skeptical.
The last book in the Cities of Refuge series, Conniyln Cossette takes Like Flames in the Night to the next level!
Tear-jerking, action-packed, and suspenseful! Connilyn Cossette exceeds expectation with her latest novel, Until the Mountains Fall!
Never has there been a book I’ve loathed more than In His Steps; however, after ten years of hateful thoughts towards this novel, I have had a change of heart!
Shelter of the Most High, book two in the Cities of Refuge series, was the perfect addition. Picking up eleven years later, the story starts with the introduction of a new character, Sofea.
The Out of Egypt series, written by Connilyn Cossette follows the lives of three women (one protagonist in each book) who each go through trials and tribulations through the course of leaving Egypt and coming into the Promised Land.
The year is 1399 BC, the walls of Jericho have crumbled, and the Dwelling Place is being prepared as the Israelites settle in the land of Canaan, after spending forty years in the wilderness. It’s been seven years since the events of Wings of the Wind (the third book of the Out of Egypt series) and Moriyah has returned to her home in Shiloh with the haunting memories of her time in Jericho still plaguing her mind…
Earlier this year I got the amazing chance to ask Connilyn Cossette (my favorite Christian fiction writer) some questions about her book, A Light on the Hill!