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Book Review and Blog Tour: The Girl with the Flaming Hair a traditional regency romance by Natalie Kleinman

The Girl with the Flaming Hair by Natalie Kleinman is a regency romance that is full of twists and turns! My Review My name is Rebecca and I love books. Regency romances are one of my favorite guilty pleasures. That is why I was pleased to accept a free copy of The Girl With the… Continue reading Book Review and Blog Tour: The Girl with the Flaming Hair a traditional regency romance by Natalie Kleinman

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Audiobook Review: After the Storm by Isabella Muir and Narrated by Charles Johnston

When a violent storm blasts England’s south coast, it’s up to retired Italian detective Giuseppe Bianchi to sift through the devastation and piece together the tragic events left behind in the storm’s wake. My Review I'm a huge bookworm with some visual problems, so audiobooks have become one of my favorite ways to read. I'm… Continue reading Audiobook Review: After the Storm by Isabella Muir and Narrated by Charles Johnston

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Christian Minimalism Book Review and Author Interview with Becca Ehrlich

If you're a pack rat like me, Christian Minimalism will give you a lot to think about. It is perfect for fellow pack rats, fans of Marie Kondo, or anyone who wants to free themselves from life's excesses so that they can focus on what is truly important.

Book Reviews, Ministry, Women in Ministry

Poetry Review: May She Have a Word with You? Women as Models of How to Live in the Poems of Charles Wesley

A beautiful collection of Charles Wesley's poems illuminated with fascinating commentary Image from Goodreads May She Have a Word with You? Women as Models of How to Live in the Poems of Charles Wesley by S.T. Kimbrough Jr. (foreword by Laceye Warner) is a wonderful contribution to the history of Methodism. Charles Wesley and his… Continue reading Poetry Review: May She Have a Word with You? Women as Models of How to Live in the Poems of Charles Wesley

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Book Review and Blog Tour: The Boy in the Well by Dan Clark

The Boy in the Well by Dan Clark is a suspenseful dark mystery. Introduction: Lately, I've been reading a lot of suspenseful novels to learn more about the craft of writing. Currently, my Jeff and I are co-writing a spooky novel based on true events. It will be the first novel that we have written… Continue reading Book Review and Blog Tour: The Boy in the Well by Dan Clark

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Memoirs of a Karate Fighter is a memoir that packs a powerful punch! (Book Review and Blog Tour)

This hard hitting memoir tackles issues such as mental illness, racism, and the strength of the human spirit. Synopsis: Memoirs of a Karate Fighter Novelist and former karate champion Ralph Robb recounts his experiences at one of Europe’s toughest dojos and provides an insight into the philosophy and training methods of a club which produced… Continue reading Memoirs of a Karate Fighter is a memoir that packs a powerful punch! (Book Review and Blog Tour)

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Awesome Reviews for Hope for the Broken: Using Writing to Find God’s Grace!

good things come in small packages... part autobiography, part sharing of ideas, part devotion, part guidance, part instruction manual, part motivational, and an outstanding word of encouragement. As she tells and reflects on her own story, she gives a foundation that encourages the reader to recall and tell their own story...