All posts tagged Ada Brownell

DO I PRACTICE WHAT I KNOW?

By Ada Brownell I think it was January 2009 when I joined the American Christian Fiction Writers online Novel Track. Novel Track is designed to motivate writers to set a word count goal, sit down and write a book only looking ahead, not stopping to edit or change anything, but keep writing. I […]

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The Ideal Easter Garment

Send to Kindle[simpleazon-image align=”left” asin=”1466200936″ locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41qbgUFcFDL._SL160_.jpg” width=”105″]By Ada Nicholson Brownell The dress was a frilly pink child’s size 4. The layers of nylon and lace glistened as the skirt flared around her tiny waist. White patent leather shoes and white lacy ankle sox completed the outfit. Her hair curled around the white hat […]

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THE WOMB OF THE DAWN

By Ada Brownell   When I get up early in the morning and draw back the blinds in our family room, I love seeing the sun pour in warmth and light. I often stand there looking out in the back yard, thanking the Lord for the day He has made. But I never […]

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Coming Soon: Joe the Dreamer: The Castle and the Catapult

By Ada Brownell On January 15th Christian Author Ada Brownell releases her new book: Joe the Dreamer: The Castle and the Catapult. Do you want to know more about this new book. Let’s hear more about this book… New teen novel, Joe the Dreamer: The Castle and the Catapult, a mystery combined with […]

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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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Book Review PURSUED BY Lillian Duncan

By Ada Brownell The ultimate test of a good novel is the story told, and Lillian Duncan created a powerful story with Pursued. First the attorney, Reggie (short for Regina) Meyers is in danger of losing her job because of a grammatical error on a contract.   At the airport on her way […]

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How Long is Forever?

By Ada Brownell Grand Mesa near Grand Junction, Colo., is the largest flat-top mountain in the world. The mountain has 300 lakes that anglers claim are “bottomless.” In Carlsbad Caverns, early spelunkers named one yawning opening as “The Bottomless Pit.” Yet, we know those lakes and the pit end somewhere. Someone discovered the […]

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Interview with Ada Brownell

Grace & Faith is pleased to welcome Ada Brownell.  She is such a wonderful, Godly lady! Welcome, Ada! First, tell us a little about yourself. I have been writing for Christian publications since age 15. I did interviews with people who had wonderful testimonies, devotions, Bible studies, evangelism pieces, personal experience  and some […]

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The Merchant’s Daughter

Reviewed by Ada Brownell The Merchant’s Daughter By Melanie Dickerson I didn’t expect to be so impressed by a book set in 1352 in Glynval, England. I like historicals, but the 1300s? What I discovered behind the intriguing cover of The Merchant’s Daughter was perhaps the most uplifting novel I’ve read in years. […]

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The Joshua Covenant–Book Review

Reviewed by:  Ada Brownell The Joshua Covenant By Diane and David Munson  If you like compelling suspense that seems to arise directly from what is happening in the world today, read The Joshua Covenant. You’ll find CIA agent Bo Rider entangled with Iran, Hamas, and others who are determined to obliterate Israel and […]

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