"Yes, the first pilgrims came here for religious freedom because most of Europe required people to adhere to the religion of the State. Religion and Government were intertwined, which was why our Founding Fathers wanted them separated. They…"
Hi MaryLu! Glad we're connected! If you're interested in joining the bookworm mamas group, we'd love to have you. We're about to do a giveaway and need two more members! :) (We use the term mama very loosely by the way...)
That's actually what I have my blog for, with the occasional update on my own work. I'm an avocational writer, so that aspect is not dynamic enough to keep a blog going. Therefore, I review Christian fiction to keep it alive. I've also found it a great way to meet other authors. I've developed some relationships I would never otherwise have had without the reviews. I think, oh my, I must have 60-70 of them archived now. You can see them listed down the left side of the home page at www.brucejudisch.blogspot.com. With your permission, I'll review "Falcon," too, unless there's another you'd prefer to see highlighted. The Napoleonic era is not written about much in our world. The synopsis intrigued me.
Hi, I'm so EXCITED to see you here. I definitely want to get the word out about Christian authors to book clubs. I think this could be a great way to share ideas and have book clubs learn from one another. I also think that authors can learn from each other about the fun they have had with book clubs and/or invite book clubs that they've spoken with either in person or on the phone.
We'll see where the Lord leads but I hope we can learn, have fun and brainstorm some really special book club meetings for both Authors and book clubs
No comments yet!
This Ning App is not visible to members on the Main page.