The Dance of Character and Plot by DiAnn Mills

There’s a long-standing argument over which type of story is better: plot-driven or character-driven. The truth is, that either without the other will leave a story flat. The best stories weave character and plot together like a dance that allows them both to shine. In this book, DiAnn Mills explains how to do that with […]

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The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion by Fannie Flagg

Sarah “Sookie” Poole is fifty-nine years old. Her last daughter has just gotten married, and she plans to spend her remaining years relaxing with her husband Earle. When a letter arrives that reveals a buried family secret, Sookie questions her entire existence, and goes on a journey of self-discovery to find the truth. I didn’t […]

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The Treasure Principle by Randy Alcorn

Everyone wants money. Money is how we purchase things. It’s why we have jobs… to get money to pay the bills and one day, hopefully, we won’t have to work anymore. What does God say about money? This is where people get defensive. If God demands we part with our money, does he want us […]

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