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Book Review: On Writing Well

Send to Kindle (Reviewed with a bit of flimflam) wordplay by Mary Wells © 2013   On Writing Well An Informal Guide to Writing Nonfiction By William Zinsser Available on Amazon   William Zinsser’s, On Writing Well, is not a lot of mumbo-jumbo. Instead, a hodge-podge of humor, examples, and useful tips make the reading […]

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Book Review: Raspberries and Vinegar

Raspberries and Vinegar, Valerie Comer When I first read the blurbs about this new series called Farm Fresh Romance, I was intrigued. I blog about Fresh Starts , and the farm twist was really interesting to me, so I grabbed a copy to read. Now I love the idea of FarmLit and hope […]

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Fresh Start Summer

Review by Valerie Comer We all need a fresh start from time to time. Grace Harkin has lived in Cherryvale forever. She is a driving force in the small town, beloved and respected by everyone, but when her former best friend moves back, it’s evident that an old disagreement has never been put […]

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God Is Love

By Deborah H. Bateman Love One Another Lesson 6 John 15:12-27 In this Scripture, Jesus is talking to His disciples; this is right before He went to be crucified. Jesus tells them, “This is my commandment, that ye love one another, as I have loved you.” He didn’t tell them to love each […]

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The Treasure Seeker: Finding Love and Value in the Arms of Your Loving

The Treasure Seeker: Finding Love and Value in the Arms of Your Loving Heavenly Father was written to encourage and equip women who are either seeking God or who want to grow closer to God & Christ. At the heart of the book is the concept that we are a valuable treasure and […]

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New Hope

By Shaina Cilimberg I’ve been watching another movie called New Hope. I really liked that baptism was included in the credits, although it wasn’t included as requirement for Salvation. However, the Bible says it is required (Acts 2:37-28) I really liked it because it reminded me of my book in a way. However, with a book you know […]

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My Opinion of the Narnia Movies

By Shaina Cilimberg I am nerdy and immature enough to be a Narnia fan. However, I just want to get some things in the open. I am an author and I get that books take a lot of time, energy and patience. There’s this love/hate relationship going on between you and what you […]

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Where Wild Flowers Bloom

By Ann Shorey You’d think by the title that this book would be an easy-read romance, but you’ll be surprised at the mayhem that can surround a mercantile and the young lady who manages the store for her ailing grandfather. In the first place Faith Lindberg doesn’t want to spend her life stocking […]

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How to Write a Book Review the Author Will Love

By Mary C. Findley I am a big classics fan. I have, however, recently begun reviewing book by modern authors, and especially Indie writers, some of whom I’ve become friends and acquaintances with through author and reader sites I have joined. I have gotten good responses from the authors so far, even if […]

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Book Review: Alana & Alyssa’s Secret by Joana James

Review by Mary Findley This is the second book I have read by Joana James. While it’s less perfect technically than Nightmare at Emerald High, it’s still a very moving, powerful story about the power of God and the prayers of the faithful. Could anybody have more to overcome than Alana and Alyssa? You […]

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