Book Review: Bride of a Distant Isle

Would you rather be committed to an insane asylum or forced to marry a man who makes your skin crawl? I’ve been a fan of Sandra Byrd‘s historical fiction since I read the first book in her Ladies in Waiting series. …[ read more ]

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Book Review: The First Principle by Marissa Shrock

What would you sacrifice to save the life of your little one? The Declaration of Independence claims we each have the right to “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” Unfortunately, unborn Americans have had their right to life undermined since 1973. But what if, in …[ read more ]

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Book Review: Seasons of Love Novella Collection

Love contemporary romance that draws you closer to the Lord and your husband? Try Andrea Boeshaar’s newest collection of novellas: Seasons of Love.   An Apple a Day: Seasons of Love begins in the heat of summer with freshly-baked apple pies and a budding romance. Fed up with …[ read more ]

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Double Header Novel Hits a Home Run

Love contemporary fiction with a mystery, great dialogue, and relatable characters that will make you laugh out loud? Then don’t miss the second-place winner of Jerry B. Jenkins’s Operation First Novel Contest. Double Header Synopsis: Four years have passed since Casey Gallagher’s …[ read more ]

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Book Review: The Calling of Ella McFarland

For what good works did Christ create you? Are you completing them? In December, I posted interviews with Linda Brooks Davis and Clarice G. James, the other two winners of the 2014 Jerry B. Jenkins Operation First Novel contest. Today, I’m …[ read more ]

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