I have to admit I was a little iffy about trying Kingsbury's books. I am a very cautions reader I will normally only get a book if I know without a doubt that I will LOVE it. This one I had heard great things about from my friends at church. So without even reading the back I picked it up from the library. I get it home and it is about a autistic child and his family and friends. I went into the book thinking I was going to get board with it very soon. Within 5 minutes I was hooked, I…Continue
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I'm counting down the days until I can go home again. Target date: June 3.
For those who don't already know, I've been taking care of an ill mother since the last week in March and seeing my husband only on weekends. Mom's doing reasonably better, and she's able to do a few things for herself now. I want to keep an eye on her blood count (the test is today), and there's a…Continue
Added by Tracy Krauss on May 31, 2011 at 12:10am — No Comments
Hi, my name is Victoria, but everyone calls me Tori. I will be a sophomore in High school this fall, I am homeschooled. I love to read. My mom tells me all the time that I need to get my head out of book world. I would like to start doing some writing and my dad says a blog is the best place to start. My dad is a writer, he has a family leadership blog www.simplefamilyleadership.com. Go…Continue
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An accomplished, proud mother of five, 44-year-old Joleen Allen has set her sights on true love; unfortunately, every time a promising prospect comes into the picture – he bypasses her for one of her daughters. To make matters worse, her ex-husband – fresh from a stint in prison – soon makes it his mission not only to ruin Joleen’s good name, but her life as well. An eclectic, conflicting mix of personalities themselves, Joleen’s daughters don’t do much to alleviate the stress in her life –…Continue
Added by Tracy Krauss on May 27, 2011 at 7:34pm — No Comments
I wonder why they are called bunny trails? Other animals leave tracks, and the way I sometimes get distracted, they should be called dinosaur trails or elephant trails. But I wouldn’t want to be associated…Continue
Added by Paula K Parker on May 25, 2011 at 1:43pm — No Comments
Havah is the story of Adam and Eve. However, this is no Sunday School version! Author Tosca Lee has very skillfully taken the familiar Biblical tale and woven it into a rich tapestry full of unedited human drama, despair, pain, and triumph. The story is told from Eve’s point of view, giving us a whole different perspective – right from the moment she wakes in the garden, to the subtle deception of the serpent, and on through almost 900 years of her struggles as matriarch of…Continue
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Do each of us play a role in the kingdom of God? Can the choices we make affect God’s timing of future events? Hon Hoh examines these questions while taking his readers on a riveting adventure in The Trigger: A Novel on the Revelation. Through twists and turns, readers will…Continue
Added by Audra Jennings on May 19, 2011 at 7:11pm — No Comments
I'm so excited, I'm beside myself. BURNING HEARTS is now on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. It's thrills and chills time for me.
Here's a blurb about the story:
BURNING HEARTS (arson/murder, action, and romance in equal measure)
Can a sheltered young seamstress, disillusioned by the horrors of WWII, escape an arsonist/murderer who has killed her employer and mentor, while trying to decide if she can trust the dashing war hero who’s ridden into town…Continue
Added by Nike Chillemi on May 17, 2011 at 10:46am — No Comments
Back On Murder by J. Mark Bertrand is a murder mystery extraordinaire. Houston detective Roland March is disillusioned and misunderstood, relegated to special assignments nobody else wants. He gets his big chance for redemption when he is assigned to a missing person’s case - one which he thinks is connected to a drug murder; but proving it might just cost him his life. Beyond a very engaging story line with plenty of plot twists and surprises, Bertrand’s writing style is…Continue
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I have a new book review up on my blog for The Lightkeeper's Ball by Colleen Coble.
Added by Anne Payne on May 9, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments
If you haven't stopped by Clash of the Titles lately, there's still time to catch a glimpse of our latest COTT Conqueror, Roseanna White. Her novel, A Stray Drop of Blood is definitely a must read! And a great novel for an upcoming COTT book…Continue
Come & see what Lynette Eason has to say about writing Christian Suspense and enter to win a copy of her new book A KILLER AMONG US!
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