Introducing The Well Read Fish

Various, brightly colore fish with algae, corals, sea sponges. Watercolor illustration. Seamless border from the collection of TROPICAL FISH. For decoration and design of wallpaper, invitations, posters

Happy Wednesday, friends! I hope you like fish food because I’ve got an exciting announcement!

If you’re scratching your head wondering what that’s all about, I’m delighted to say I’ve become a regular contributor to a new book review blog, The Well Read Fish. The brainchild of Vera Day, TWRF is dedicated to reviewing Christian fiction and bringing faith-based novels to the attention of readers everywhere.

You may know Vera by a different name—Priscilla Bettis.

That’s right­—former horror novelist, Priscilla, is now writing Christian cozies as Vera Day. You can find an announcement about her change of genre, and The Well Read Fish on her blog. You’ll also find announcement posts from other regular Fish contributors—Staci Troilo, Joan Hall, and Gwen Plano.

We are all so excited about this new venture, and hope you’ll join us.

A new review will post every Wednesday with sub-genres ranging from suspense, mysteries, science-fiction, and YA to Biblical fiction, fantasy, and thrillers. If it’s Christian fiction, it’s fish food for our review realm.

Seaweed and fish illustration in orange and turquoise colors. Aquarium composition. Watercolor composition

Regular followers of my blog know I often post Christian fiction review posts. Now, I’ll have a specific home to share them.

You can find today’s inaugural post HERE. Vera, Staci, Joan, Gwen, and I would love if you poked around the Fish and perhaps subscribe. Please help us spread the word with the share buttons, and tell your friends about The Well Read Fish.

Thank you, and have a blessed day!

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