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In Good Company: Jen Turano

Posted by Laura McCullough on

With a lighthearted, humorous writing style, Jen Turano has provided another whimsical read for the inspirational fiction lover with In Good Company. While fairly predictable, the storyline was both fun and engaging. Her novel has undertones from other familiar classics with a modern twist … Amelia Bedelia’s crazy, mixed-up words show up in Millie’s vocabulary; … Continue reading "In Good Company: Jen Turano"

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To Follow Her Heart: A Novel

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Rebecca DeMarino wraps up her “Southold Chronicles” series with To Follow Her Heart: A Novel. In it, we get another look at life during 17th century Long Island for the Horton family and those around them. I don’t have a lot of knowledge about Dutch and English conflicts during this time period, so I think … Continue reading "To Follow Her Heart: A Novel"

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Rescue Me – New Release by Susan May Warren

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Susan May Warren has just released a great new book, Rescue Me. It drew me in from the first page, and I stayed up way too late last night to finish it – but it was worth it! Using drama, suspense, adventure and love, Warren tells a story with an amazingly developed cast of characters. … Continue reading "Rescue Me – New Release by Susan May Warren"

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Shalom in Psalms

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  The Psalms have been a go-to throughout my life. I love the poeticism of them, the rich depth of thought, the journey many of them take from honest struggle to a place of praise. There is much wisdom to be gained in reading them, and they always strike a personal chord within me. That … Continue reading "Shalom in Psalms"

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Raising Uncommon Kids

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Over the years since my kids have been born, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the qualities we want to instill in them. Virtues, character traits, fruit of the Spirit. There are all kinds of ways to say that what we essentially want is for them to have the nature of God come … Continue reading "Raising Uncommon Kids"

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