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These poems were written after Jan Marquart worked through great healing and felt cracked open by life events and her…Continue
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Never Too Late, a Novel, by Jan Marquart, is her 23rd book and 3rd novel. Jan Marquart is a psychotherapist and loves to write about life, the vicissitudes of relationships, and the inspiration it takes to live a life of no regret.
In Never Too Late, a Novel, Lily, a 61 year old woman in a home…Continue
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Unveil the Wounded Self - a Guided Journal for PTSD Sufferers is having healing effects for the PTSD community, as well as for those with chronic PTSD. Chronic PTSD is suffered by those who have endured hard times or abuse over and over without realizing the effects persistent stress has…Continue
Added by Jan Marquart on February 22, 2017 at 9:51am — No Comments
Paws for Love is one of the most delightful books I've read in a long while. Jellybean is a mischievous and strong willed little dog who overtakes the town of Albatross and all its residents. He…Continue
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Patrick E. Craig is a favorite author of mine. His books are rich in history, detailed and well researched. The story of the Amish Princess is haunting. Apahtuhwe, the White…Continue
Added by Nancee Marchinowski on February 21, 2017 at 5:22pm — No Comments
One of my biggest pet peeves when authors decide to use real people and events from history in their fictional tales is when they change the essence of who those people were so really they’re only using the “celebrity” and not the truth.
Then you have wonderful authors like Cindy Thomson who are able to use their talented imaginations to create an entire fictionally based story around history but stick to the truth of the time and…Continue
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I run a blog, Artistic Bent, where I review books for both Christian and Secular Authors.
Most of the time I like it because I get to discover all kinds of books and the people behind them. Admittedly I'm a little more biased towards those from the UK since my family is Irish but I make a real effort to read books from around the world because one of my favorite things is how different a mystery book for example can be when it's written by American author versus British or…Continue
The scripture for today, February 21, is Daniel 2:21 as found in the Old Testament of the Bible:
"He [God] changes times and seasons; he sets up kings and deposes them. He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to the discerning."
It seems there is always some amount of restlessness within each nation regarding who is ruling. Some people like the ruler, some do not. Or people may start out liking the…Continue
Added by Katheryn Maddox Haddad on February 21, 2017 at 10:43am — No Comments
James Markert’s latest release, The Angels’ Share, follows the story of William McFee and his family after the end of Prohibition. Before alcohol became illegal, the family earned their livelihood from the Old Sam Bourbon distillery, under the management of William’s father, Barley. However, the entire town of Twisted Tree faced a rapid decline without the distillery in operation. The town buries its indigent residents in the potter’s field next to the distillery and one drifter’s…Continue
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“Our family’s growing bigger now. We’re happy as can be! This special day, we all can say, ‘God bless our new baby!’” Hannah C. Hall ends her children’s book, God Bless Our Baby.
Complete review: …
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“Today we are witnessing the relentless sabotage of Christianity and the church from within,” Mark Hitchcock and Jeff Kinley state in the introduction their book, The Coming Apostasy: Exposing the Sabotage of Christianity from Within.
Complete review: …Continue
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“It appears Miss Ellison is determined to remain elusive as ever,” Nicholas states in Carolyn Miller’s novel, The Elusive Miss Ellison.
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“Jack learned a lot today. He faced many different challenges, but he finished what he started,” Dr. Peter Isikwe ends his children’s book, Jack’s Awesome Adventure.
Complete review: …Continue
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My interest in history began in grade school with an Ohio history notebook in fifth grade.
(It was embarrassing to see it in a recent clean-out of "old stuff").
Later trips to Indian Mounds and the Campus Martius Museum in Marietta, Ohio, fueled
my eagerness. Now I write historical fiction for young readers--an excellent path to grabbing
the interest of the young students of today.
Historical fiction takes readers on a journey back in time so they see,…Continue
Added by Karen Meyer on February 15, 2017 at 4:05pm — No Comments
“God is my Shepherd. And I am his little lamb. He feeds me. He guides me. He looks after me. I have everything I need,” Sally Lloyd-Jones writes in her children’s book, Found: Psalm 23.
Complete review: …
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The second book in the Remnant Series,…
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I was requested again this year to write a romantic short story and read it as part of the program for my church's annual tea for ladies. Some of the women who missed the tea want to read the story, so I've copied it here:
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