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ABOUT BOOK: Her dream job has a Catch 22—and time's running out Rookie lobbyist Sienna O'Shea is determined to make a name for herself in New York's capitol city and use that influence to gain easier access to her past. But when she's handed her first assignment—her worlds collide. Swept up into the intrigue of backroom politics, falling in love was not on Sienna's agenda, but the candidate for Lt. Governor runs a formidable campaign to make her his first lady. When an investigative reporter discovers foreign money infiltrating political campaigns, the trail leads to Sienna's inner circle.

ABOUT BOOK: Is it a midlife pregnancy or cancer? Claire will keep her secret until she's sure but it's not easy. Neither is trying to buy a home pregnancy test without anyone finding out. Between her twins double wedding, the caterer canceling, a looming nationwide art tour and her health, Claire's life is upside down. Shy Lacey Dawson was happily writing murder mysteries for the community theater with her eye on Broadway. Then, a freak accident causes her traumatic injuries requiring facial reconstruction. When the bandages come off, Lacey's world is tuned inside out. Will Chapel Springs rally behind its own ... or will life unravel? When the mayor announces he has found quartz on his land, the local TV station reports: "Where there's quartz, there's gold." Then Mayor Riley discovers Howie Newlander has bought the mineral rights to his land. Howie and his nefarious investors are struck with gold fever and set out to buy all the homes in Chapel Springs in order to mine the gold. Will life in Chapel Springs become the tailings of a gold mine?

ABOUT BOOK: Coming Home ~ A Tiny House Collection Tiny houses are all the rage these days, but what can you do with something so small? Here are seven stories about people chasing their dreams, making fresh starts, finding love, stumbling upon forgiveness, and embarking upon new adventures in tiny houses. Travel with them around the country in this big novella collection. Love is Sweeter in Sugar Hill: She has a tiny house. He lives in a mansion. She vows to charge a doctor with malpractice. His job depends on that doctor's finances. Will love find a way? Kayla's Challenge: She was one "I do" short of marrying the man her pushy parents chose for her. Now, half a country away, she needs a tiny house to finally be free. If These Walls Could Talk: Both claim to have inherited the same Queen Anne until an unexpected blessing changes everything. First Love: Betrayed by her husband and desperate for healing, she can only move forward by going back home. Dash of Pepper: His responsibilities tie him to the small town he loves, but her career plans will lead her to the big city. Will he cut his roots for her or will she clip her wings for him? Big Love: Homelessness expanded her world and constricted his. Now she needs his help, but he only remembers the pain. Can they find big love in a tiny house? The Light Holding Her: Friends since childhood. She's being stalked. He's in danger. Is their faith big enough to carry them through the trials into a deeper relationship?

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1. I know we aren't supposed to judge a book by it's cover but I wanted to ask you if you've seen a book lately (or a while back) that caught your eye. So much so you stopped in your tracks and picked it up to look inside. If so, Please Name that book!

2. Have any FAVORITE READS of 2018 you'd like to share? If so, tell us why you loved it!

3. Any eye catching books you have lined up to read in 2018?

CONGRATS to the FOLLOWING

Coming Home - a Tiny House Collection (all e-books)

Jacqueline Robertsons

Anne Rightler

Vickie Jameson

Mary Arndt

 

When the Bough Breaks (all e-books)

Kris Markoff

Connie Saunders

 

Life in Chapel Springs (8 e-books and 2 print books)

print to:

Victoria Brinis

Pam Graber

 

e-books to

Julie Barrett

Shuvyenska Cathaline Margarita

Abbie Peterson

Cheryl Hart

Caryl Kane

Virginia Winfield

Donna Godfrey

Sonnetta Jones

PLEASE CONTACT ANE MULLIGAN at anemulligan@gmail.com with your contact information

If you have any question please feel free to contact me nora@bookfunmagazine.com

Nora St.Laurent

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I read, "the Prayer Box, a novel" by Lisa Wingate... liked the idea of making prayer boxes so much that I decided to share it with my small group.  While I was making preparations to do that, I came across another good find, "Lord it's boring in my prayer closet:  How to revitalize your prayer life" by, Sandra Chambers.  I recommend both books.

2. My favorite book of 2017 was "Then There Was You" by Kara Isaac. I laughed until I cried reading this one and highly recommend Ms. Isaac's books. She's an Indie author so she doesn't get a lot of publicity but I've read all 3 of her books and they were all laugh-out-loud funny with a spiritual depth that sneaks up on you as you read. 

I would love to win a PB copy of Life in Chapel Springs. While I already have it on my Kindle, I am the librarian at my church and love to share favorite authors' books with the readers in my church! 

I'm looking forward to reading If I Live by Terri Blackstock.

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The cover of "The House on Foster Hill" by Jamie Jo Wright recently caught my eye.  The back cover convinced me to read it.  

I would love to read and review Life in Chapel Springs if it is available on paperback.  Thanks!

Oh!  A favorite read of 2018 (and we're only one month into the year) would have to be A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White.  EXTRAORDINARY and exceptional in so many ways!  Gifted author indeed!

2. I recently read an ARC of As Bright As Heaven, by Susan Meissner. It is so different from anything I've ever read. The story is told by four POVs (a mother and her three daughters) during the WWI Spanish Flu pandemic. Fascinating story and superb storytelling.

3. I'm currently reading an ARC of A Passionate Hope, by Jill Eileen Smith. This Biblical fiction story is about Hannah. I'm about halfway through and completely enthralled.

1. Judge by R.J Larson.  Had to buy it, the minute I saw it. 

I would like to review your book Life in Chapel Springs. 

The book that caught my eye lately is "The Forgotten Garden" by Kate Morton.

It has a picture of a peaceful garden house and I just knew I needed to read it.

CONGRATS to the FOLLOWING

Coming Home - a Tiny House Collection (all e-books)

Jacqueline Robertsons

Anne Rightler

Vickie Jameson

Mary Arndt

 

When the Bough Breaks (all e-books)

Kris Markoff

Connie Saunders

 

Life in Chapel Springs (8 e-books and 2 print books)

print to:

Victoria Brinis

Pam Graber

 

e-books to

Julie Barrett

Shuvyenska Cathaline Margarita

Abbie Peterson

Cheryl Hart

Caryl Kane

Virginia Winfield

Donna Godfrey

Sonnetta Jones

PLEASE CONTACT ANE MULLIGAN at anemulligan@gmail.com with your contact information

Life in Chapel Springs (Chapel Springs Series Book 4) by Ane Mulligan
Starts out where Claire and Patsy are going over photos to get painted, plans for the play and lots of other details about the twins weddings.
Bit confusing at the start as there are so many town events going on, in planning stages and being discussed.
Really captivating as to the mysteries and play and other things effecting others, all different age groups. There is so much to this book, easy to enjoy every bit of it.
Love catching up with others I've read about in previous books in this series. Good stand alone also without giving too much away of what happened prior to this book.
Free review copy from the author after meeting on Bookfun.org and this is my honest opinion.

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Thanks for the review Julie!

    

“Coming Home ~ A Tiny House Collection” is written by several different authors, each of them writing about a tiny house. “Love is Sweeter in Sugar Hill,” is written by Ane Mulligan, “Kayla’s Challenge,” by Linda W. Yezak, “If These Walls Could Talk” by Pamela S. Meyers “First Love,” by Yvonne Anderson, “Big Love,” by Michael Ehret and “The Light Holding Her,” by Chandra Lynn Smith.

     I think my favorite story was Kayla’s Challenge, as her life changed as she cancelled her wedding, and followed a dream. But I cannot be sure about that is my favorite because in Love is Sweeter in Sugar Hill I enjoyed the story of nurse Lyndsey.


      Each short story has its own characters and life, and also involves a cute little house. One might think each story might get boring but that is not so. These stories are light, easy reading and contain faith.

I received this book from The Book Club Network in exchange for my honest review. Review posted at Amazon, Facebook,  and Goodreads. I could not find it at CBD or Barnes & Noble.

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