Book Giveaway: Lydia by Diana Wallis Taylor

I absolutely judge a book by its cover, and I have to admit that one of my main reasons for picking up Diana Wallis Taylor’s Lydia was because the cover hypnotized me. I’ve also come to appreciate Biblical fiction because it offers the chance to experience a world that often seems so dry and unreal to me anymore. And Lydia is so little known in the Bible. But, Lydia certainly was an anomaly in that day and age. Not only...
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Celebrate Lit Giveaway: A Name Unknown by Roseanna M. White

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One of my great joys is finding books and authors who write amazing stories, and I had the pleasure of meeting Roseanna White at a workshop last year. But, this is my first time reading any of her books, and I have to tell you that I so enjoyed it! Return next week to read my review and thoughts on A Name Unknown! (If you follow me on Goodreads or Instagram, you’ve already seen my review. But I’ll be expounding on...
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Author Interview (and Giveaway): Sarah Jane Jacobs

Author Interview (and Giveaway): Sarah Jane Jacobs

One of my biggest delights as a reader, and now a book reviewer and blogger, is discovering new authors. It’s so fun to meet people who have dreamed up another world and then put the work in to create the story. And I just love the chance to ask them questions, usually just five. Today, I’m excited to introduce Sarah Jane Jacobs, author of Season of Hope. About the Author of the Season of Hope I began writing as a hobby...
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Book Recommendation (& Giveaway!): 66 Ways God Loves You by Jennifer Rothschild

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When The Blog Spot over at The Blythe Daniel Agency offered a chance to review 66 Ways God Loves You by Jennifer Rothschild, I jumped at the chance. But it’s not for the reasons that you think, I’m guessing. Full disclosure: I received two copies of this book (one to keep, one to give away) for my honest review. My opinions are my own. I also use affiliate links in this post. Back to our feature presentation: I grew up...
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