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A few days ago I finished the second re-write of my third novel, The River Keeper. Now for the final read through. I love this part. To be able to simply read the story without fixing plot holes and grammar. On August 22, 2011 the first words were written. It took me one year and eight months to write and edit this novel. How do these famous authors spit out three and four new books a year?
I know these people are rich and have house cleaners and nanny’s to pick their…Continue
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OK, so I wasn't sure I was going to like this book at first, I mean it looked and sounded like a light historical book without much substance. Well, I was definitely WRONG about that!
What I thought I was getting: Fluffy historical romance.
What I actually got: A wonderful western!
I will step on some toes and irritate a few people here, but I feel that generally speaking women can't write westerns very well. And so often Christian authors miss the boat, eerrr wagon, on…
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When Sparrows Fall is a beautiful, character-driven, debut novel by Atlanta author, Meg Moseley. Meg's website description of her novels couldn't be more accurate: "Realism, faith, and a funny streak." Written with humor and poignancy, When Sparrows Fall is the story of a young woman's quest to reclaim freedom and safety, for herself and her…Continue
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An interview with Beth Wiseman,
author of The House that Love Built
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I am so happy to announce the release of my a 2-in-1
At last, THORNS in EDEN & THE EVERLASTING MOUNTAINS is ready for purchase for only 2.99, the lowest price Amazon would allow.
Paperback to follow.
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Cullen Burnside, a disillusioned and disfigured veteran from the war, lives a
drab existence with his mother Betty Ruth who slips further and further into
dementia each day. Until Lily Margolis, a delightful and charming "flapper",
literally falls into their lives. After a night of dancing and drinking Lily,
dazed and disoriented, twists her ankle and falls into the Burnside's yard where
she is found the next morning. Betty Ruth insists she stay and rest so her ankle…
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When Sarah King, the love of Jacob's life, weds another, Jacob is crushed and
knows in his heart he will never love another. Then one day, he finds himself
spontaneously agreeing to marry Lilly Lapp. Lilly, the local school teacher, has
loved Jacob secretly for most of her life. She agrees to marry Jacob to save
both of their reputations but silently prays he can forget Sarah and come to
love her instead. Lilly has also felt alone and trapped taking care of her…
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I just finished reading "The Struggle" and I loved it. It was very aptly named
because the characters in the book faced alot of struggles along the way. I
laughed and cried with them. I felt like I was apart of their families. It was a
story of unending love and forgiveness. The writing was excellent and I look
forward to reading more of her books!
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Kate Tenney has had a hard life but is on the road to overcoming her past by
becoming a writer until her latest book is banned in Boston. She feels she has
no choices left until she sees an add for an heiress to Last Chance Ranch in
Cactus Patch, Arizona. The only stipulation is she can never marry. Kate is
determined to learn ranching and fulfill her obligations until she meets Luke
Adams, the town blacksmith. Luke is the hero of her books personified and Kates…
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I LOVE this book so much I went and bought the first book in the series!
Margaret Brownley is a newly discovered author for me but I love her writing.
The way Molly takes care of her wheelchair-bound brother Donny is remarkable.
Even though she feels guilt over his accident. Trying to learn how to run a
ranch and care for her brother is a full-time job but Molly is determined to do
both. Even more remarkable is the way Dr. Caleb Fairbanks treats her brother…
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When Libby Summerfield landed on the doorstep of Logan St. John, 8 months
pregnant and a bullet wound to the shoulder, Logan's world turned upside down.
Logan, a trapper by trade with an old bear wound to his leg, thought he had
nothing to offer Libby and baby Noel.
Libby, only wanted to get back to
Boston and her family after the death of her previous husband. Landing on Logan
St. John's doorstep, soaked to the skin and bleeding, was not in her plans. But…
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When the only life Ada Wentworth ever knew was ripped away from her along with
her only love she leaves Boston for the small town of Hickory Ridge to accept a
job as Lillian Caldwell's Companion. She expected to tend to Lillian's needs but
she never expected to fall in love with Lillian's nephew Wyatt Caldwell. Wyatt
loves Ada with a fierceness he never expected but can Ada forget past hurts and
learn to trust again?
Wyatt always dreamed of going back to his…
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Mariah Malone wishes she had never written that letter. With her father dying
she felt she needed to ask for forgiveness for him. Growing up on a ranch,
bought with stolen gold, Mariah had everything she needed. Now with her father
gone, the weight of keeping the ranch running and taking care of her grandmother
and sister are all on her shoulders.
In rides Slade demanding the ranch
as payment for the gold her father stole from his father so many years ago.…
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