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On Shifting Sand

Sinking sand is what gravel roads are like around here. I’m so glad we live on asphalt. We see rain in the forecast and actually plan it will come, unlike before when we figured the chance of rain would disappear before the day arrived. 316 more words

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Book Review, "On Shifting Sand," Allison Pittman author

On Shifting Sand, by Allison Pittman, is a novel set in Oklahoma during the Dust Bowl. It tells of people whose lives have dried up as much as the land around them. 251 more words

On Shifting Sand

Pittman, Allison. On Shifting Sand. Carol Stream, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. 2015.

Content yet not necessarily satisfied, Nola Merill tackles life during the Dust Bowl, allowing herself an indiscretion in her own home with her husband’s friend. 170 more words

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Book Review: On Shifting Sand

From the Back Cover 

Long before anyone would christen the Dust Bowl, Nola Merrill senses the destruction. She’s been drying up bit by bit since the day her mother died, leaving her with a father who withholds his affection the way God keeps a grip on the Oklahoma rain.

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Forsaking All Others by Allison Pittman

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Camilla Fox is alive. The last thing she remembers is being lost in the snow after leaving her home to escape the Mormon faith she no longer calls her own. 298 more words


Featured Author: Allison Pittman

Recently, some published members of our local ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) chapter rented a booth at a nearby weekend arts & crafts fair to sell their books. 416 more words


All For a Sister, by Allison Pittman

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In Hollywood during the Roaring Twenties, Celeste DuFrane has it all. Her father’s work with color movie film opens doors that lead to the stardom she’s always aspired to. 448 more words

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