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Sarah Starts Living, a novel by Gina Medvedz

Do you see that thin line on the book in the picture above, just to the right of the book’s spine, that’s a “reader’s crease” ?    608 more words

Books Published

Guest post and book spotlight with D. M. Miller

I’m so pleased to be introducing you to author D. M. Miller, who is a new friend of mine. Her debut novel, The Religion of the Heart was published last month (July) and we wish her every success on her publishing journey! 935 more words


Christmas Past by Julie Elizabeth Powell

Where I Got It: Review Copy

Narrator: Don Warrick

Publisher: Julie Elizabeth Powell (2015)

Length: 49 minutes

Author’s Page

In a far future, humanity is tightly controlled, and has been, for several generations. 434 more words


Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson: A Review

Winner of the Whitbread Prize for best first fiction, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit is a coming-out novel from Winterson, the acclaimed author of… 851 more words


My Basmati Bat Mitzvah By Paula J. Freedman

     Tara Feinstein is fast approaching the time for her Bat Mitzvah. She has been studying hard for it at Hebrew school after regular school and with her rabbi in private study sessions. 185 more words

Young Adult

Shack Author Paul Young's Newest Releases in Two Months

After the huge success of The Shack, many publishers were after Paul Young’s third novel, Eve. When first released, The Shack was a game-changer for Christian publishing, its commercial success rivaled only by the controversy it created, with many of the negative responses coming from people who had never read the book. 435 more words


She Was Rejected By Her Own Family...

You never know who you are raising and you may be surprised what their purpose is in life.

INFESTATION: A Small Town Nightmare was #4 yesterday on HOT NEW RELEASES in the Inspirational Religious Fiction category (Amazon). 33 more words