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Reviews and IRS

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lee Carver Oct 15, 2017. 6 Replies

This past year, for the first time, I did several reviews. I am uncertain if I should consider these as Barter and therefore, be subject to taxation under the IRS rules. How do the rest of you handle…Continue

 

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Review of Ever Faithful by Karen Barnett

Elsie Brookes dreams of being a teacher and for the past four years she has worked as a maid during the tourist season at Yellowstone National Park to save money for her college tuition. It is now 1933 and the Depression has affected everything, including the tourist business, and Elsie fears that she may lose her job. If this happens she knows that this will cause another delay in her goal to become a teacher. And then, a group of young men arrive at Yellowstone as a part of President…See More
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Connie Saunders replied to Nora St.Laurent's discussion JOIN TESSA'S STREET TEAM TODAY in the group TESSA AFSHAR -JOIN STREET TEAM & MORE
"I love the biblical account of Priscilla & Aquilla and I look forward to reading this new book."
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TESSA AFSHAR -JOIN STREET TEAM & MORE

About Author:Tessa Afshar is an award-winning author of historical and biblical fiction. Her novel Land of Silence was voted by Library Journal as one of top five Christian fiction titles of 2016 and won the INSPY Award for General Fiction. Harvest of Gold won the prestigious 2014 Christy Award in the Historical Romance category.Her book Harvest of Rubies was a finalist for the 2013 ECPA Book Award in the fiction category. In 2011, after publishing her first novel, Pearl in the Sand, Tessa was…See More
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Review of Living Lies by Natalie Walters

PTSD, depression, anxiety and suicidal urges are some of the serious issues in Living Lies and the author suggests that our society can harshly judge people who suffer from these illnesses. In this new book Natalie Walters has created several characters with mental health problems who become part of a serious crime. The suspense revolves around the unsolved murder of a teenage girl in Walton, Georgia and the assumption that she was killed by a former soldier who had served in Vietnam. Lane Kent…See More
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Review of The King's Mercy by Lori Benton

The King's Mercy can be labeled an epic historical read for more than one reason--it is 388 pages long and it is a story filled with lots of descriptive detail and numerous historical facts surrounding life in the mid 1700s! From the moment that Scotsman Alex MacKinnon is granted mercy from hanging and handed a seven year sentence to be an indentured servant there is unlimited excitement and drama. Through the author's vivid descriptions I felt like I was traveling with Alex to North Carolina…See More
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Review of The Pink Bonnet by Liz Tolsma

Before reading this book I was vaguely familiar with the story of Georgia Tann and the Tennessee Children's Home Society but I had no concept of the evil that occurred in this agency over the course of 26 years. There were over five thousand children kidnapped during that time for the sole purpose of being sold to the highest bidder. Parents in Memphis had to make sure that their children weren't left alone because of this dangerous woman who wasn't above kidnapping a child as they walked down…See More
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Review of More Than Words Can Say by Karen Witemeyer

Abigail Kemp is an excellent baker but she can't have her own business because of a city council ruling that says that only a man can own a business in Honey Grove, Texas in 1896. She realizes that the only solution is to find a husband and she finds the perfect candidate. Marriage is the farthest thing from her perfect candidate's mind but suddenly, Zacharias Hamilton finds himself married to Abigail Kemp!As we read Abby and Zach's story we see how their initial liking of each other turns to…See More
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Review of A Reluctant Bride by Jody Hedlung

There are so many reasons that I love this book. The history fan in me loved learning, for the first time, about the bride ships that transported young women to become the brides of strangers. These journeys from England to Vancouver Island and British Columbia in the 1860s were often filled with dangerous storms, overwhelming hunger, devastating illness, and they always held the uncertainty of what was waiting at the end of the trip.The romantic part of me swooned at the overwhelming…See More
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Review of The Refuge by Ann H. Gabhart

This new book by Ann H. Gabhart shares a lot of the history of the Shakers, a religious community that was prominent in Kentucky in the 1800s but best of all, she gives readers a wonderful love story. Yes, there is a hint of a romantic love that might develop but the true love story involves parental love. Much of the plot revolves around the influence that the Sisters and Brothers of the Shaker community have on Darcie Goodwin's and Flynn Keller's commitment to their children. Darcie's love…See More
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Review of Imagine...The Giant's Fall by Matt Koceich

This is the fourth book of the Imagine... series and this time author Matthew Koceich focuses on the classic Bible story of the battle between shepherd boy David and a nine-foot giant named Goliath. Wren Evans is a fourth-grade student from Mulvane, Kansas and she feels overwhelmed dealing with her mother's death, the feelings that she and her father are growing apart and then, getting off the school bus to find her house on fire. As Wren runs away from her overwhelming feelings of loss she…See More
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Review of My Dearest Dietrich: A Novel of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Lost Love by Amanda Barratt

Posted on June 24, 2019 at 10:28am 0 Comments

When you begin reading this book, please be aware that you will need to pause often so that you can wipe your eyes and if you're like me, you may experience a tightness in your chest during some of the described events. No, it wasn't a heart attack but it was an attack on my heart strings!



I was aware of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his determination to keep the true gospel message alive during the nightmare of Adolf Hitler's evil regime but I didn't know about the deep love that he…

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Review of The Number of Love by Roseanna White

Posted on June 24, 2019 at 10:23am 0 Comments

'The numbers marched across the page in a glory all their own.'



Margot De Wilde has a mind that most of us can't really comprehend and it is amazing to see how she can analyze and solve mathematical problems. Knowing that she has been blessed with such mathematical genius prompts Margot to volunteer to help break the codes that are being used in German telegrams during WWI and she spends long hours in a secret room, Room 40.



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Review of Ever Faithful by Karen Barnett

Posted on June 22, 2019 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Elsie Brookes dreams of being a teacher and for the past four years she has worked as a maid during the tourist season at Yellowstone National Park to save money for her college tuition. It is now 1933 and the Depression has affected everything, including the tourist business, and Elsie fears that she may lose her job. If this happens she knows that this will cause another delay in her goal to become a teacher. And then, a group of young men arrive at Yellowstone as a part of President…

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Review of All Manner of Things by Susie Finkbeiner

Posted on June 19, 2019 at 11:51pm 0 Comments

I love historical fiction novels because they tell of times and events that I didn't actually experience and I always learn something new. As I read All Manner of Things I realized that for many readers this might be considered historical fiction but for me...it was more like a journal of my youth. It covers the months from June 1967 through the Spring of 1968 and author Susie Finkbeiner has completely captured that time in America. A young man enlisting to fight in the…

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At 5:41pm on November 6, 2018, Randall Arthur said…

Dear Reader of Forgotten Road and Customer of Life Image Publishers,

A Big Announcement!

For five years, Randall Arthur—bestselling author of Wisdom Hunter and Forgotten Road—has worked on his latest novel.

Life Image Publishers gladly announces that A QUIET ROAR will be released on December 10. You can now go to www.RandallArthur.com, read the teaser, and even pre-order a copy of the book.

All books pre-ordered will be numbered in the sequence of their purchase and will be authographed by Randall.

Any 4-pack or 5-pack order that includes A QUIET ROAR will not be fulfilled until December 10.

A QUIET ROAR will be available only at www.RandallArthur.com through February. In March, the book will be available at Amazon, both in paperback and e-reader formats.

Thank you for your past business,
Life Image Publishers

At 12:23am on May 23, 2017, Jean Ann Williams said…

Thank you for the friend request, Connie!

At 4:18pm on March 2, 2017, Ada Belle Brownell said…

Thanks  for connecting, Connie! So sorry it's taken a while for me to get back to you. I've been in the hospital and really ill!

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At 11:47am on November 5, 2015, Freda Mans-Labianca said…

Very welcome, Connie! Hope it was a great day!

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At 1:01pm on November 4, 2012, Nora St.Laurent said…

HAPPY, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

At 11:41am on November 4, 2012, Freda Mans-Labianca said…

Happy birthday!

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