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“She was powerless to change the law, but she could change how she defended against it, what stories she told herself, a slave of anger or a free woman,” Jane Kirkpatrick writes of Letitia in her novel, A Light in the Wilderness.Continue
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“Helping Holton might not win him over, but at least she could feel good about herself. If she couldn’t have the parents she wanted, she could at least be the daughter she had always wanted to be,” Gina Holmes writes about Libby in her novel, Driftwood Tides.
Complete review: http://connywithay.wordpress.com/2014/09/01/driftwood-tides/…Continue
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“Lord, you are good to me in ways beyond what I can even comprehend. Help me to consider your kindness and remember your benefits. I’m especially thankful for …” Holley Gerth writes in her small book, What Your Heart Needs for the Hard Days: 52 Encouraging Truths to Hold on To.
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