Kristin N. Spencer is an American expat living in a 68 square meter flat with her husband and three kids near the Aegean Sea. When she isn’t wifing, mothering, counseling, discipling, or writing, she enjoys photography, blogging, sewing cosplay costumes for her family, baking, and hanging out with other geeks. Kristin studied Comparative World Literature at California State University, Long Beach and received a Bachelors, which she fondly calls a degree in reading. She writes whatever she wants, including Non-Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, Sci-Fi, and Fantasy. Her favorite person is Jesus and her favorite X-men character is Jean Grey. She does not like clones, robots, or clowns.
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Smashwords book reviews by Kristin Spencer
on April 18, 2016
Imagine you have been through unbearable grief, and have to start your life over again from nothing. That is the position that Selena, the protagonist from Spring Thaw, finds herself in. This is the sweet story of forgiveness and restoration amongst the scars that bitterness and anger have a tendency to penetrate into our hearts. Follow Dirk, Selena, and Dirk’s young son Wade, as they try to figure out who Jesus is, what His forgiveness means for their lives personally, and how God can use even the most difficult times in our lives to prepare us to serve Him in the future. I loved this book so much. It was well written, and there were times when I felt so strongly for each of the different characters. This book will make you laugh and cry. Thank you Tammy Fish, for all your diligence in writing this story. It is a wonderful novel that will encourage many.
I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review on my book review blog.
Never Too Short To Save The World
on May 27, 2016
Terrance stole my heart from the beginning. His sense of justice and his appreciation for properly used, rich vocabulary made him my favorite. The other characters were also fun, and I loved getting to experience them through Terrance's eyes. This rag-tag group of defenders of the earth have their work cut out for them! I enjoyed reading about their adventures, and Terrance's hatred of stairs (they are evil, you may as well accept that now). The end was a real twist that I didn't expect. At all. To my delight, I was completely surprised.