Find out how to get Staci Stallings' new book, Coming Undone, on my blog on Wed., Feb. 1st or Thurs., Feb. 2nd. Staci also writes an encouraging article about young people.
About Coming Undone: If you've ever searched for love, been afraid to love, or lost someone you love, you will love Coming Undone."
The story of two people trying to live life by the world's rules who find that loving someone only happens when you learn to love without asking what you're going…
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We all hear about atrocities that are occurring in our school systems, society, and social gatherings in the US. Every time we encounter hate,…Continue
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Many of us dream of living a richer and more significant life—the kind of fulfilling life that, when rated on the scale of one to ten, would score a definitive ten. Inviting us to discover the TEN Life is the theme of TEN: How Would You Rate Your Life? by Terry A. Smith. Smith has a passion for challenging and encouraging others, especially those who…Continue
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When I’m looking for a story that will satisfy all my readerly cravings, my go-to author is Susan May Warren. In whatever genre—romantic suspense, contemporary romance, historical fiction—I can find a SMW book to provide entertaining drama, heartwarming romance, Bible-based truths, and characters who—by the end of the story—seem like old friends. Her latest novel, The Shadow of Your Smile, is no exception.…Continue
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By Mark Glamack, author/illustrator of “Littluns: And the Book of Darkness”…
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Military secrets, corruption, greed, international intrigue; tenderness, human frailty, devotion, and loyalty. All of these describe Lost by E.G. Lewis. A wide and varied cast of characters are intricately woven together in this very satisfying mystery that is a follow up to Promises. However, Lost totally stands on its own two feet, and although some characters from the first book make an appearance, it is not necessary to read book one in order to enjoy…Continue
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First Response is number three in Michelle Sutton’s Tombstone Series. It definitely lives up to the standard of the first two books in terms of its romance, character development and Christian theme. Tiffany is a massage therapist and Chet, whom we’ve met in previous books, is an EMT. He’s hurt his back and needs treatment and thus the romance begins. The book is…Continue
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To recap my first article about post-holiday depression: It doesn’t matter if we’re single or married, going through a rough patch or living an uneventful life,…Continue
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I have recently begun a new blog and I need your help to make it grow. For whoever follows my blog before January 31, 2012, I will randomly choose one of you for your choice of either a book from my library or a $10 Amazon giftcard. I will be announcing the winner in the beginning of next month (February). Hope to see you there!
Hope you have a blessed New Year!
God bless you,
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Carl Kerby shares his mosaic.
Life is not always picture-perfect, and sometimes it is difficult to see God’s plan or purpose—especially during difficult times. Reasons for Hope: In the…Continue
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