“This book is not intended to be read from start to finish in one sitting. Many of the techniques should be practiced before you go onto the next tip. Thumb through the book and dip into see an interesting topic or start at the beginning and make your way straight through it,” Diane McKeever writes in the introduction of her book, 100 Amazing Computer Tips: Shortcuts, Tricks and Advice to Help Everyone from Novice to Professional.
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“Whether you’re standing face-to-face with a Mongolian death worm or stuck outdoors during a bataclysm, we have you covered,” Andrew Shaffer emphatically states in his book, How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters.
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“Fix what? Their fractured family? A lonely Christmas? Perhaps, but he could try. The Live Nativity display he drew up would be legendary, and if that didn’t prove to his wife that he could buy into her need to stick around, celebrate Christmas even without their family, he didn’t know what would,” John ponders in…Continue
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“In order to break down camps of pain, sadness, regret, confusion, or disappointment, you have to ask questions, then put them on the back burners and trust God,” Karen Jensen writes in her book, Why God Why? What to Do When Life Doesn’t Make Sense.
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“No way was she giving up on this place, this home, this job, this church, this new chance at life for herself and her little girl. Amy’s back was to the wall,” Davis Bunn writes in his novel, The Sign Painter.
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“Mommy, I’m scared. What if I don’t like school? What if no one likes me? Or my tutu’s not cool?” Cupcake worries in Ylleya Fields’s children’s book, Princess Cupcake Jones Won’t Go to School.Continue
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“I just hope you’re wrong about it being an impossible mission. Still, I’ll acknowledge it won’t take Fister long to find out they don’t have Jacob Kranz. And once the charade is over, it pretty much signs a death sentence for both Henry and Helen,” Bobbs explains in Ace Collins’s continuing mystery, Fatal Addiction (In The President’s Service – Episode 4).
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First Blush is the first book I've read by Rebeca Seitz and I loved everything about it! Contemporary romance, women's fiction, chick lit - no matter the classification, it's an engaging read. Some social drinking is present, but not in a way that stands out. From characterization to storyline, dialogue to setting, and laced with humor throughout, Rebeca is a…Continue
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DURING A TIME OF DISCOURAGEMENT RECENTLY, GOD WHISPERED SOME REMINDERS TO ME. I HOPE THESE TRUTHS WILL ENCOURAGE YOU AS WRITERS AND READERS, TOO. FOR SOME GREAT ACCOMPANYING BIBLE VERSES TO VALIDATE THESE TRUTHS, CHECK OUT THE REST OF MY BLOG.…Continue
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“‘It’s done. I did what I had to do. What Shavik did makes me cry.’ My mother’s words exactly. What did she mean by that? What made her cry?” Carla asks in Glenn Meade’s book, The Last Witness.
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Joseph, Beyond the Coat of Many Colors, part of the Following God series by AMG Publishers, is an eight-week Bible study that takes an in-depth look at the life of Joseph, beginning with his ancestors, Abraham and Sarah. Each week's study is divided into five days and follows a specific time period or event in Joseph's life. All that is needed for the…Continue
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“Find your inner laughter – and let it out – with this collection of mistyped bloopers and blunders as well as a grab bag of one-liners, rib-tickling lists, actual wacky instructions, silly word meanings, and good clean jokes, old and new,” Jim Kraus writes on the back jacket cover of his book, Bloopers, Blunders, Jokes, Quips & “Quotes.”
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ATLAS GIRL REVIEWED!
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“David led an adventurous life – from shepherd to warrior to the king of Israel. But he was also a man of God. Read about this hero from the Bible and his place in history,” Nancy I. Sanders writes on the back jacket of her book, King David.
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Read my Review of Angela's New book Passing Strangers - Click Link Below
About Author: Christy-Award winner Angela Hunt writes for readers who have learned to…Continue
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Rollicking good fun in old Texas!
I was new to Mary Connealy's writing when I read the first book in this series, but I was hooked good from the start. There is nothing like a good western comedy, funny but never silly. Stuck Together is no exception, it's like watching a Christian version of McLintock!,…Continue