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Speak No Evil

by Mary Hamilton When people ask me what it was like to grow up at a camp, I say it was a bit like living at Disneyland. My dad served as director of the camp for nearly twenty years, so I lived where everyone else came for vacation. Winter weekends included ice skating […]

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Courage in Writing

by Suzanne D. Williams When I decided to write fiction, I didn’t have any idea what I was getting into and, along the way, have learned a few important things about the writing process. The greatest came when I arrived at a scene in my first novel, MISSING. It was a sweet wedding […]

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What in the World Is Steampunk and Why Would a Christian Write About It?

by Mary C. Findley I don’t know why it’s become popular to attach “punk” to music, fashion, and literary genre, but it is what it is. Steampunk can find expression in all these outlets, but many people say it originated in fashion or clothing. It’s a style that draws on the Victorian time […]

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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 swiped at her eyes. “What did you just say?” she repeated. The man, hidden somewhat behind the drapes pushed them aside and stepped inside the secluded space. The area […]

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A Review Revisited

by Paula Rose This review appeared on Books-N-Reviews on Publishers Marketplace by Paula Rose http://www.publishersmarketplace.com/members/booksnreviews/ Publisher: Harvest House Publishers | Published: March 1, 2015 | Format: eBook (226 pages), Paperback (224 pages), and Hardcover (351 pages) | ASIN: B00TG0KA3M, 9780736961677, and 9781410474650 | Series: Sisters of Mercy Flats | Origin: NetGalley Cover: Courtesy […]

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Holding On

by Deborah Heal When I started writing Holding On, my soon-to-be-published contemporary Christian romance, I thought it was going to be a simple retelling of the beautiful, redemptive story of Ruth and Boaz. But as I wrote, a secondary plot about a church in turmoil also unfolded. There was too much of that […]

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The Rustic Knoll Bible Camp series for Tweens/Teens …

by Mary L. Hamilton (and anyone else who remembers going to camp)  “I don’t want you living with me anymore!” Mom’s parting words before leaving him at summer camp stun Brady McCaul (13). What had he done to earn her sudden rejection? Was she really sending him to live with his workaholic dad—the […]

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Blindly Planting Flowers: Writing Without Condemnation

by Suzanne D. Williams There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. (Rm 8:1) There is no condemnation in Christ, but there is a lot of it in the church, and frankly, at times, I’d rather talk to […]

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A Review Revisited: Miriam’s Secret

by Paula Rose This review appeared on Books-N-Reviews on Publishers Marketplace by Paula Rose http://www.publishersmarketplace.com/members/booksnreviews/ Publisher: Harvest House | Published: February 1, 2015 | Format: eBook (352 pages), Paperback (352 pages), and Hardcover (529 pages) | ASIN: B00RYB9NQU, ISBN: 9780736958790, and ISBN: 9781410479464 | Series: Land of Promise | Origin: NetGalley Cover: Courtesy […]

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A Free Book For You & The Lydia Collection

by Lisa M. Prysock I am pleased to share with you that The Lydia Collection is complete!  This is one collection, three different stories, and each can each be read in any order.  If you enjoy Christian Historical Romance but don’t want to be stuck in one era or time period, then this […]

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