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  • Bonus Review: NIV Bible for Teen Girls

    26 August 2015

    The “NIV Bible for Teen Girls” was published in 2015, by Zondervan. I love to read the Bible. So when I had the opportunity to review one for teen girls, I jumped at the chance. On the one hand, this Bible contains informative character biographies of...

  • Bonus Special: The Girl From the Train

    26 September 2015

    So I applied to this Fiction Guild, for which I got denied access. Then I get a package in the mail from the Guild, saying "Here's your first Guild project!" or something to that effect, and I of course was fairly miffed, since I was rejected and then...

  • NKJV FaithGirlz Bible

    01 October 2015

    I enjoyed the NKJV FaithGirlz Bible because it is very tween/teen friendly and has notes and stories in it that correspond with the verses around it. Certain verses are also recognized and labeled “Treasure This”, to suggest memorization and application...

  • The Cactus Creek Challenge

    14 October 2015

    "The Cactus Creek Challenge" by Erica Vetsch is the first book that I've read by this author, and it is a stand-alone novel. I came across this book randomly while searching through books by this publisher, and was intrigued by th eplot line, which I...

  • Bonus Review: Win or Lose, I Love You

    21 October 2015

    "Win or Lose, I Love You" by Lysa TerKeurst is new children's book released by Thomas Nelson publishers. Yes, this book's message is basically reflected by the title, making it rather pointless to describe the book in a review, but I did want to say that...

  • Falling Like Snowflakes

    28 October 2015

    "Falling Like Snowflakes" is Denise Hunter's newest novel, and is the first book in a new series, leaving Chapel Springs for Summer Harbor, Maine, but keeping characters from her previous series and adding characters from Colleen Coble's latest series....

  • FREE Updated "The Lighthouse Thief" Kindle Copies

    29 October 2015

    Whoohoo! "The Lighthouse Thief" by Bo Burnette has recently been edited and shaped up with a new cover, and the author is promoting it by releasing it on Kindle for FREE this weekend, today through Saturday. Pick up your copy before it goes off sale!...

  • Finding Viola

    12 November 2015

    "Finding Viola" by Bo Burnette is a short story, only availiable on e-book, and is published by Tabbystone press. It can be found on amazon.com for Kindle. This is a really short story, only estimated at 17 pages, but it's certainly worth the price. "Finding...

  • Among the Fair Magnolias

    26 November 2015

    "Among the Fair Magnolias" is a collection of four novellas set in the years following the Civil War, and is written by Tamera Alexander, Dorothy Love, Shelley Gray, and Elizabeth Musser. It is published by Thomas Nelson. I went into this collection only...

  • The Golden Braid

    10 December 2015

    "The Golden Braid" by Melanie Dickerson is the latest fairy tale retelling that is loosely connected to her other novels, but works as a stand-alone. I was excited for this plot, as I love Rapunzal, but I felt it this followed the Disney version "Tangled"...

  • Bonus Review: A Respectable Actress

    11 December 2015

    "A Respectable Actress" by Dorothy Love is a stand alone novel, and the first one that I have read by this author. I received it from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild, who sent me "The Girl From the Train". I really enjoyed this book! Two...

  • Bonus Review: All is Calm All is Bright

    16 December 2015

    I once read a novel by Colleen Coble, several years ago now, and while I hardly put it down, for some reason I never read anything else by the author. There was nothing wrong with the book; I just didn't look up anything else she had written. Recently,...

  • Love in the Details

    24 December 2015

    "Love in the Details" is the November addition to the "Year of Weddings" novella series, which can be read in any order, and is the first novella by Becky Wade. I was very excited for more of Mrs. Wade's writings while waiting for the fourth book in the...

  • My Top 10 Favorite Books of 2015

    01 January 2016

    I've read about 74 books this year, but I have narrowed them down to 10 favorites. 1. The Girl from the Train by Irma Jourbet was my all-time favorite book from this year. I got it from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild. It reminded me of...

  • My Top 5 Books I'm Looking Forward to in 2016

    01 January 2016

    1. Her One and Only by Becky Wade. I hate to see this series end, but I'm excited for this last installment! 2. The Goodbye Bride by Denise Hunter. I really like both this author and this series (thus far) so I'm looking forward to this! 3. Cover Yet...

  • Counting on a Cowboy

    01 January 2016

    "Counting on a Cowboy" by Debra Clopton is the second book in the "A Four of Hearts Ranch Romance" but the first book that I've read by this author. I didn't find the story hard to follow whatsoever, even though I haven't read the first book in the series,...

  • At Love's Bidding

    11 January 2016

    At Love's Bidding by Regina Jennings is the second book in the Ozark Mountain Romance series. It works as a stand-alone, though I have read book one in the series. Miranda Wimplegate helps around her family's auction house, which has recently accidentally...

  • Bonus Review: With This Ring?

    19 January 2016

    "With This Ring?" is a new novella collection of four short stories by Karen Witemeyer, Mary Connealy, Regina Jennings, and Melissa Jagears that's put out by Bethany House. I really enjoyed this collection because it features the stories of some of these...

  • Until the Dawn

    21 January 2016

    "Until the Dawn" is the latest book in a new series by Elizabeth Camden, published by Bethany House. There is a novella prequel to this story available also. I've always loved the works I've read by Camden, but lately her stories have gotten a little...

  • Charity's Cross

    01 February 2016

    "Charity's Cross" by MaryLu Tyndall is the "fourth" book in the Charles Towne Belles series. This was a really fun read because I've read a lot of MaryLu Tyndall's books, and so I recognized characters from a lot of her other books. She combines the characters...

  • The Lassoed By Marriage Romance Collection

    11 February 2016

    I have really enjoyed novella collections this fall because with school and life, I haven't had a whole lot of time to sit down and read a full novel. Plus, novellas are a great way to be introduced to new authors without committing to read a full novel...

  • Bonus Review: Chivalrous

    15 February 2016

    Chivalrous, book two of the Valiant Hearts series, was authored by Dina Sleiman. The book was released in September of 2015. It was produced by Bethany House Publishers. Strong, independent Lady Gwendolyn Barnes has a dream, and that is to become a chivalrous...

  • Bonus Review: Kissed by a Cowboy

    16 February 2016

    Kissed by a Cowboy by Debra Clopton is the third book in the "Four of Hearts Ranch Romance" series. It works as a stand alone, although it mentions the two brothers from previous books. I've read the second book in this series also, but thought both worked...

  • The Love is Patient Romance Collection

    21 February 2016

    I, as I mentioned in one of my other posts, do enjoy reading novella collections. I really enjoyed the Lassoed By Marriage Collection that Barbour publishers put out earlier this year, and I loved watching the Love Comes Softly movies this summer, plus...

  • The Goodbye Bride

    01 March 2016

    The Goodbye Bride by Denise Hunter is the second book in the "Summer Harbor" series. I know it's not very far into the year yet, but I think this may be my favorite book of 2016, or at least high on my list. I really liked the themes of forgiveness, reconciliation,...

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