Monthly Archives: November 2013

Born of Persuasion by Jessica Dotta

Seventeen year old Julia Elliston finds herself orphaned and under the care of a mysterious “guardian” who does not seem to have her best interests at heart.  He has arranged for her to travel to Scotland to work, but she … Continue reading

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The Fred Factor by Mark Sanborn

The Fred Factor tells the story of the postman, Fred, who goes above and beyond the call of duty in serving the people on his mail route.  He makes a point to introduce himself to new customers, and get to … Continue reading

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Christmas at the Farm: Unwrapping the Full Love Story of Christmas Ann Voskamp and Liz Curtis Higgs

Bestselling authors Ann Voskamp and Liz Curtis Higgs share family traditions and holiday memories, yummy recipes and ideas for a sacred and sane Christmas on a webcast. If you are looking for some inspiration to start your holiday season off … Continue reading

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Love & Respect in the Family by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs

Dr. Eggerichs shares how he turned his biblical insights into G.U.I.D.E.S. to help families break the “Family Crazy Cycle” of conflict by helping parents demonstrate love to their children to increase the respect they desire, and helping children respect their … Continue reading

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Bill Myers Series for Children

Switched This series for kids is entertaining and funny.  I love the made-up words and the futuristic gadgets that somehow always manage to malfunction to create catastrophe after catastrophe.  Through these catastrophes, TJ learns some life lessons that help shape … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo Continues….

Today, November 15th, marks the halfway point of National Novel Writing Month.  For anyone participating, the recommended word count by this date is 25,000 words.  I can’t believe it, but so far I am on track to finish 50,000 words … Continue reading

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The Zombie Hero Chronicles: Book One – Genesis by Courtney Ayres

I had previously reviewed The Zombie Hero Chronicles, but wanted to revisit the debut novel of Courtney Ayres because The Zombie Hero Chronicles:  Book Two will be coming out soon. I thought this book was very well thought out in … Continue reading

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Free and Discounted Ebooks

One of my favorite places to get ebooks in from Tyndale.  Each month, they offer an ebook extra newsletter where readers can purchase ebooks at a reduced price or even for free, through their bookseller of choice.  If you are … Continue reading

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The Five Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace by Gary Chapman and Paul White

Gary Chapman and Paul White take the concept of the five love languages and apply them to the workplace to show appreciation to our co-workers and employees.  Chapman and White help readers to use the five love languages – Words … Continue reading

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Living in Financial Victory by Tony Evans

Tony Evans shares with readers answers he has found to financial question, using biblical principles of stewardship, tithes, and gifts.  He also discusses how following God’s plan results in blessings and rewards for us, and shares some thoughts on overcoming … Continue reading

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