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“When it comes to achieving your millionaire status, or any other significant goal in your life, the first and only person you need to impress is yourself,” Jim Stovall declares in his book, The Millionaire Map.
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“We are living in those few moments between the rooster’s first crow – familiarity, worldliness, getting by, chores, provision, warming ourselves on the porch – and the second crow – shame, realization, loss, despair, weeping,” Bryant Cornett states in his book, A Rooster Once Crowed: A Commentary on the Greatest Story Ever Told.
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Books are born many ways. Shadowed by Grace started when I walked by a display at our local library the summer of 2010. There a new non-fiction book stood cover out.
The photo on…Continue
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William Sirls shares his own past in hopes of
reaching others with God’s…Continue
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It’s 1775 and Betsy is young woman living in Massachusetts. While her mother may be teaching her to sew, she wants to learn how to protect the ones she loves. Because, even though no one will talk about it, Betsy knows a war is brewing with England and she wants to be ready when it finally comes. And she’s hoping that God will be on their side when it…
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“Best of all, as a parent or caregiver, you are encouraged to help grow this habit of prayer by showing your love and affection in the form of a hug after each bedtime prayer! In this way, your child will learn the importance of regular evening prayer and also be encouraged by your embrace,” Stephen Elkins writes in his children’s book, Bedtime Prayers That End With a Hug.
Complete review: …Continue
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1 Thessalonians 5:18
In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.
At this special time of year I want to take a few minutes to reflect and offer thanks to all who have crossed my path this past year and touched my life. There is no way to name you all I won’t even try. But I do want to list a few people and things that I am especially thankful for:
I am first and foremost thankful to my God who sent His…Continue
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I was sent a copy of The Reinchenbach Problem for review, and although the title wouldn't have made it a must read, the topic made it a have to in my book. This twisty tale full of intrigue and danger is a fictional account of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle getting caught up in a mystery of his own.
The creator of Sherlock Holmes takes to rural Switzerland to…Continue
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We think of the lovely pastoral setting with stable, animals, tongue-tied shepherds, priceless gifts delivered by mysterious magi, a smiling Mary, a sturdy Joseph, and the babe, cozy on a sweet-smelling bed of fresh hay. The scene touches us in a unique way.
We delight in Mary’s innocence and charming simplicity as she allowed God’s…Continue
Added by N. J. Lindquist on December 16, 2013 at 1:51pm — No Comments
I love history. I always have. That’s one reason I minored in history at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It's also why I love writing historical fiction set during World War II. I also have a great respect for the men and women of the Greatest Generation. I want to tell their stories well and honor what they did.
That leads me to do an…
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“This is not about you or me; it’s about saving an innocent man’s life. That’s what I do. I couldn’t live with myself if I didn’t keep trying until the bitter end. And one night with you, no matter how tempting, is just not in the cards,” Helen Meeker explains in Ace Collins’s mystery, A Date With Death (In The President’s Service – Episode 1).
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“Looking for weapons? Stores of ammunition? Important papers? What else were we to think? The Loyalists often use children to do their dirty work!” two cousins are accused in Marianne Hering and Nancy I. Sander’s The Imagination Station series book, The Redcoats Are Coming!
Complete review at:…Continue
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An interview with Anita Higman,
author of A Marriage in Middlebury
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In Carolina Gold, Love crafts a beautiful tale of hope and determination…Continue
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