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It’s Getting Closer to the Release Date and Are We Excited!

Hello again, Friends!

Joan and I cannot begin to express how happy we are to be so close to our release date for our historical novel about our ancestor, Ada de Warenne.

While we wait impatiently, we are happy to share the book trailer! Watch it here, or click over to YouTube and my co-author Joan Sowards’ channel.¬† Leave a comment and let us know what you think!

New Novel Coming Soon!

A Pawn for a King: The Life of Ada de Warenne¬†by Sarah Hinze and Joan Sowards Coming Soon on¬†¬†USA and U.K. A Pawn for a King: The Life of Ada de Warenne is an historical novel about a fiercely independent woman in medieval England who became mother of two of Scotland‚Äôs kings, and the grandmother… Continue Reading

We are going back to London, England

Last summer Brent and I decided it was time for a trip of a lifetime.¬† We traveled to London, England, a city I have adored from my many years of reading Charles Dickens novels.¬† The beauty of the city, the architecture, the history and the velvet green countryside literally took my breathe away.¬† London is… Continue Reading

Another Awesome Story About Gianna Jessen

Ted Harvey, now a Colorado State Senator, shared an awesome experience he had in May 2006 when he was¬†a member of the¬†Colorado House of Representatives.¬† He felt humbled and confident that God used him for the role he played that day. One day in May 2006 as he was leaving the House chambers for the… Continue Reading

A Tribe in Africa

I love this story. I use it almost every time I speak, because it is the perfect way to introduce the cultural impact of an announcing dream.¬† Announcing dreams teach us that we are eternal beings and come from another realm, a heavenly realm, before we are born.¬† Life is sacred–we are sacred.¬† We have… Continue Reading

Book Review of The Castaways, 2015

Spiritual Accounts of Aborted Souls: Additional Support for the Pro-life Movement By Carolina Allen ¬∑ January 22, 2016 After the Roe vs Wade court ruling on January 22, 1973, many believed the abortion debate to be categorically over. However the pro-life movement has since been steadily picking up steam. With the cultural and political trial… Continue Reading

A Life is Spared

This story is from my new book The Castaways.¬† It is available on Amazon Books, the Kindle Edition and paperback. A Life Is Spared Returning home from a speaking assignment one day, Brent and I were tired and excited to be reunited with our children. We were just getting readjusted to the hustle and bustle… Continue Reading