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Great story, but a little too cliche

Kathryn Cushman’s new book “Fading Starlight” started off great with a modern-day, Hollywood fashion – industry setting. The reader is immediately drawn into main character, Lauren Summer’s, devastating career debacle and the challenge she faces of redeeming herself and starting over.   183 more words

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Review of "I Will Witness" by Wade White

I mainly review for Bethany House Publishers, though I’ve done a few reviews for self-published authors.  I’ve also chosen not to review for a few self-published authors because the books were disasters.   464 more words

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"Like Never Before - Great Depth, Spiritual Insight and Romance

I have enjoyed all of Melissa Tagg’s books to-date.  She is excellent at developing her characters and weaving spiritual truth into contemporary, realistic settings.  “Like Never Before” is book #2 in the Walker Family Series, and while you needn’t have read “From the Start” (book #1) to enjoy this book, you’ll really enjoy it a lot more if you have.  190 more words

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February Wrap-Up!

This month wasn’t a spectacular reading month, but that’s okay, because this month I actually created this blog!  Making a book blog is something I’ve wanted to do for quite some time, but I never got around to it before, or I couldn’t think of a name, or I’ve always had some other excuse, but I finally made one. 127 more words

December 2015

Below is a list of all books I reviewed in November 2015 on I Heart Reading. Links point to the reviews.

  1. A Brooklyn Love Affair…
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Books Reviewed 2015

Review of Elizabeth Camden's "Until the Dawn"

Set in New York in the early 1900’s, “Until the Dawn” takes on the opposing worldviews of naturalism and Christianity, and in particular the untenable belief that if you cannot see or prove something, it must not exist. 206 more words

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