All posts for the month January, 2018

Why I Write Diverse

by Precarious Yates I didn’t set out to write my books with a diverse cast of characters. After a while, I realized that this theme kept popping up with each book. Diversity wasn’t some trend I picked up on. I grew up in the city, so I was immersed in lots of different […]

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Sell Your Book(s), Promote Your Blog With Twitter

by Patricia Bell Hi my name is Patricia Bell and recently I decided to make my own twitter exchange group. I’d been retweeting in several groups but found much of the content I was obligated to retweet to be either very dark or much too sexual. I write clean, Christian books and I wanted a […]

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A Review Revisited: The Flower Brides

by Paula Rose This review originally appeared on Books-N-Reviews by Paula Rose on Publishers Marketplace. Publisher: Barbour Books | Published: July 1, 2015 | Formats: eBook and Paperback (848 pages) | ASIN: B0125U9CQA and ISBN: 9781630588489 | Series: Grace Livingston Hill Classics Love Endures | Origin: NetGalley    Cover: Courtesy of http://www.barbourbooks.com/  Thoughts: THE FLOWER […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 16:21 The wise are known for their understanding, and instruction is appreciated if it’s well presented. There are good teachers and bad teachers. There are those who teach from what they know and those who teach what they don’t know. A good teacher believes from the heart what he […]

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Habits

by Sherry Chamblee While having a routine is good, we forget sometimes that our routine doesn’t guarantee that we’re right with God.   We have to live the truth, not just do things out of habit. Sitting in church doesn’t make you a Christian any more than sitting in a garage makes you a […]

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A Wonderful Guarantee

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon “I will strengthen thee”   (Isaiah 41:10). When called to serve or to suffer, we take stock of our strength, and we find it to be less than we thought and less than we need. But let not our heart sink within us while we have such a word as […]

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Waiting for a Sign?

by Mary Findley Many people know that I’ve spent the last two years not writing much of anything. A few blog posts, some editing work, but the only publications in those two years have been volume 5 of our homeschool curriculum, Conflict of the Ages V: The Ancient World, Student and Teacher Editions […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 16:17 The path of the upright leads away from evil; whoever follows that path is safe. Where is the path you are on leading you? Are you moving closer to God or Satan? The path of the upright is different than the path the world travels on. The upright […]

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Thankful, Grateful, Blessed

by Rebekah Beene What a cold night we’ve had. We’re waking up to 22 degrees according to my phone weather app.  It’s probably colder in the valley areas.  With the slight wind we have the temperature actually feels like 13 degrees! Brrrr.  Do I enjoy this weather? Nope.  But I have a choice. […]

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