Black by Ted Dekker


When Thomas Hunter falls asleep in this world, he awakes in another. It’s a world where what we know as the spiritual is physically present. He lives there until he falls asleep, then he reawakens in this world. As he goes back and forth, he loses sight of what’s real. Is it this world or […]

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The Outlaw’s Second Chance by Angie Dicken


For Cort Stanton and Aubrey Huxley, the Oklahoma Land Run is a chance for freedom. For Aubrey, it’s freedom from no-good father. For Cort, it’s freedom from a jail cell for a crime he didn’t commit. When they try to claim the same piece of land, Cort agrees to let Aubrey have it if she […]

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Bleak Landing by Terrie Todd


Bridget O’Sullivan is a twelve-year-old Irish immigrant. In a poor Canadian town, she is often beaten by her father, and bullied by her schoolmate, Victor Harrison. But she dreams of a better life, and runs away just a few years later. When her father dies, Bridget must return to Bleak Landing to claim what’s hers. […]

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Deep Waters by Jessica R. Patch


Members of the Flynn family tend to hold dangerous jobs. All except for Caley. She purposely avoids danger, living her life rescuing and studying turtles instead. When she finds the body of one of her interns on the beach, she fears it’s foul play. At the request of Caley’s brother, Shepherd Lightman detours from his […]

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A Plain Leaving by Leslie Gould


Jessica Bachmann has been on her own for three years. She has a job that she loves, and a boyfriend she cares for. Her life is good enough that she doesn’t regret leaving her Amish community, despite the time it took to get over the pain of the separation. Now, after the death of her […]

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The Bullet Journal: To Plan or to Track?


I’ve tried a lot of ways to get myself organized with my writing. Not just in terms of keeping track of ideas and notes, but in terms of making myself sit down and get things done. I was using a Monthly/Daily planner for a while, but I eventually fell away from keeping it up. I […]

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Fatal Mistake by Susan Sleeman


When Tara Parrish barely survives an attack from the Lone Wolf bomber, she decides the only person she can count on to keep her safe is herself. She runs, knowing that if the bomber finds her, he’ll finish what he started. Agent Cal Riggins has spent months trying to catch the Lone Wolf to stop […]

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Tethered by Brenda H. Cox


Henrietta Hall Shuck married at seventeen, then sailed to the other side of the world with her new husband as a missionary in China. Through disease, heartbreak, poverty, and war, the Shucks remain determined to follow God’s leading and remain in the country, sometimes against the wishes of the mission board, until Henrietta becomes the […]

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Rescued Hearts by Hope Toler Dougherty


When Mary Wade Kimball stops to help an entangled kitten, she’s pulled into the nearby abandoned house. Bound and gagged, she worries she will never escape when the leader of her two assailants returns from the store. When Brett Davis discovers the kidnapped woman, he has a decision to make. He can allow this woman […]

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The Librarian of Auschwitz by Antonio Iturbe


At fourteen years old, Dita is trying to adjust to life in Auschwitz as a Nazi prisoner when she’s approached by Fredy Hirsch. He is in possession of eight books, smuggled into the camp. To have them is illegal, and he wants Dita to be in charge of taking care of them. It puts her […]

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