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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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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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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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Accomplishments for 2017

by Russell Sherrard Here are all of our accomplishments for 2017. I must say these are a HUGE amount that we all have accomplished over the past year. The Lord has enabled us to accomplish them to get His word out through the talent He has given each of us. Congratulations! Click on […]

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A Review Revisited: Change of Heart

by Paula Rose This review originally appeared on Books-N-Reviews by Paula Rose on Publishers Marketplace. Publisher: Zebra | Published: June 30, 2015 | Formats: eBook and Mass Market Paperback (288 pages) | ASIN: B00ONTR6NS and ISBN: 9781420137613 | Series: Keepsake Pocket Quilt | Origin: NetGalley    Cover: Courtesy of Zebra Thoughts: The chapters go by […]

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Now What?

by Precarious Yates You did it—you finished NaNoWriMo, you awesome writer, you! You wrote that novel that boiled inside your bones for years, or weeks, or hours. You squeezed in 1,667 words a day around your work, your kids, previous commitments, Thanksgiving dinner. Now what? First of all, CELEBRATE! Enjoy your favorite food […]

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What I Learned From Hallmark Movies, Part 2

by Suzanne D. Williams I addressed this issue before, but have a different twist on it this time. Maybe it’s my need to make people smile kicking in. In any case, in Part One, I gave a number of standards that make these movies work: “A well-defined setting; Two contrasting lifestyles; A big secret that […]

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Time To Say Goodbye Excerpt

by Parker J. Cole Though tears blurred Gargi’s sight, they could not mask the massive form as it stood outside the curtains. Hastily she wiped at her eyes. “What did you just say?” she repeated.  The man, hidden somewhat behind the yellow and orange checkered drapes, shoved them aside and stepped into the secluded space. […]

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Excerpt from Under the Sun: A Traditional View of Ancient History

by Mary C. Findley After the flood, the most rapid, massive cultural change on record is the Exodus. The time of the Exodus was a dramatic change for every culture on earth that we know about. Thousands of years before the label “Second Intermediate Period” existed, Jews, then Christians, then Muslims, understood that […]

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A Review Revisited: Unshakeable Pursuit

by Paula Rose This review appeared on Books-N-Reviews on Publishers Marketplace by Paula Rose http://www.publishersmarketplace.com/members/booksnreviews/  Published: November 15, 2014 | Format: eBook (156 pages) | ASIN: B00PHLAGAG | Origin: Author     Cover: Courtesy of Amazon    Thoughts: Unshakeable Pursuit by Camy Tang is a white-knuckled read! From page one, danger stalks two medical professionals, but Dr. Geoffrey Whelan and Maylin Kinley have […]

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