Elantris by Brandon Sanderson

Fantasy novels are one of my top three favorite genres. I love getting lost in a completely different world. Brandon Sanderson’s Elantris is one of the best I’ve ever read. The fact that this was a debut novel blows my mind. The story, the characters, every little detail seems to be woven in with a […]

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New Release: Hope Between the Pages

Today we’re taking a look at Pepper Basham’s new novel, Hope Between the Pages. Released on April 1, 2021, Hope Between the Pages is the latest novel in the multi-author Doors to the Past series from Barbour Publishing. Let’s jump right in! Tell us a little about your new novel. Clara Blackwell helps her mother […]

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The Inefficiency Assassin by Helene Segura

I struggle with staying organized and staying focused. It’s a product of having too much to do and feeling like there isn’t enough time in the day. Helene Segura was a speaker at a business conference I attended several years ago. She walked through the basics of her strategies with handouts, and talked about just […]

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Supporting Christian Fiction Writers

If you’ve been following me long enough, you know I’ve been on a writing adventure, working on my very first novel. I’ve always respected writers and published authors, but (like most things) you never gain full respect for something until you know just how hard it is. And writing a novel is hard. As a […]

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Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson

It’s been quite a while since I’ve read through a novel in just a few days, but Edenbrooke was one I couldn’t put down. Donaldson’s writing captured me from page one, and just got better and better. As a Christian who loves a good love story, romance novels can be a tightrope walk. Some content […]

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Lady Jane Grey: Nine Day Queen of England by Faith Cook

I’d never heard of Lady Jane Grey until I found this book, but after reading the summary I knew I had to learn more. Over the past few years I’ve developed a growing interest in English history, especially the period of the English Reformation. Lady Jane, used as a pawn by those around her who […]

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Making a Difference by R. C. Sproul

Christians want to make a difference in the world. We want to see society change for the better. We want people to know Jesus. How do we begin to do that when the world is so different? In this book, R. C. Sproul explains the word views that make up today’s culture, from secularism to […]

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Looking for a Book Journal? This is the one!

When reading is a big part of your life, you want to keep track of what you read and share your thoughts. If you’re nodding your head right now, you want this book journal. It’s the perfect gift for any bibliophile. There’s a two-page entry for 70 books. Take notes, write out a review, keep […]

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Officially On Hiatus

You may have noticed that I haven’t made a post at all so far this year. There are a few reasons for that, but the main one is that my day job is keeping my extremely busy lately and will continue to do so for the next few months. So, the plans I have to […]

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Reading List 2020

My reading list for 2019 went mostly unread. I was stuck in a reading rut for most of the year, and didn’t get to cross off more than a few books. Some of those books will carry over to this year’s reading list. Others will have to be pushed back. In 2020, I want to […]

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Egypt’s Sister by Angela Hunt

Since high school, I’ve been drawn to the history of Ancient Egypt. As my faith has grown, the history of the Jewish people has become more important to me. So, this novel, which combines the two, was a no-brainer for me. The detail in the writing is amazing. It draws you into the story without […]

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Do You Pray? by J. C. Ryle

Prayer is an important part of the Christian life, but do you pray? In this short book, Ryle asks this question, and explains why it is important that the answer is “yes.” Ryle gives warning to those who do not pray, encouragement to those who don’t know where to begin, and advice to those who […]

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