All posts for the month February, 2014

Paranormal Romance in a Christian novel? How can that be? by Suzanne D. Williams

Send to Kindle God is more powerful than the devil, stronger than any werewolf or vampire, fictional creatures that do not exist. Yet go into any bookstore and there’s an entire section dedicated to subjects like that, all labeled paranormal romance. That’s disturbing to me because the fact is, when we, as young adult authors, […]

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ROSE OR THORNS – Handling Offenses by Cathy Bryant

ROSE OR THORNS – Handling Offenses by Cathy Bryant, Author of the Miller’s Creek Novels (for Grace & Faith 4 U) It will happen sooner or later. And it will most likely happen more than once during our lifetimes. At some point we will all be hurt, and sometimes wounded so badly that […]

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Gems From Jim Hughes for 2/25/2014

Send to Kindle Ps. 18:28 LORD, you have brought light to my life; my God, you light up my darkness. Without Christ the soul resides in darkness. This darkness resists the light. It does everything it can to keep the light out. It will not entertain the thought that Light exists. It will refuse to […]

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Author Interview With Paulette Harper

Send to Kindle Question: What do you think prepared you or qualifies you to write in your chosen genre? Answer: I believe my life experiences prepare me to write the books I do. My first two books are non-fiction, inspirational. Because of a great transition in my life, God used that which I saw as […]

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There Was a Man Named Job by Jim Hughes

Send to Kindle Job 1:1 There was a man named Job who lived in the land of Uz. He was blameless, a man of complete integrity. He feared God and stayed away from evil. Wouldn’t you like to be like Job? I know I would. Here was a man whom God declared to be blameless, […]

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A Romantic Read for Saint Valentine’s Day by Barbara J. Robinson

Send to Kindle Romance is blowing in the wind. Can’t you just hear it as the mossy Spanish drapes wave? I fell in love with Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind as a teen, and I’ve always felt antebellum plantation novels were romantic. Journey to the antebellum South with characters you’ll root for in River […]

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Release the Writer Within You by R. A. Giggie

Send to Kindle People often ask where I find time to write and where did I get the inspiration? My reply is very simple. I make time. I always loved to write, and I believe my desire stemmed from a combination of two factors:  1. God planted the seed in my heart,  2. We had a newspaper reporter in our family.   Mother […]

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CrossReads Book Blast, Timothy Phillips by Cliff Ball

Send to Kindle Timothy Phillips By Cliff Ball About the Book: Can a nineteen year old stay true to the faith he was brought up on when he’s under the spotlight?Timothy Phillips dreams come true when he’s discovered by the producer of a national talent show. So what’s the problem? The recording contract is not […]

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Call of the Writer by Parker J. Cole

Send to Kindle I know I should probably have used this opportunity to talk about myself and my work as a writer. I decided against that as I thought of the changing and rising world of Christian fiction. As the host of the Write Stuff, I have the honor and the privilege to interview Christian […]

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New Book Presents a New Interpretation of Bible Prophecy by Michael Fortner

Send to Kindle November 15, 2013 – Lawton, Oklahoma – A new book on Bible prophecy destroys many of the long held beliefs on the end times, such as the pretribulation Rapture theory, and that there will be a world government ruled by a dictator. Journalist and historian, Michael D. Fortner’s latest book, Discoveries in Bible […]

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