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Blog Tour & Book Review: Let Them Be Kids by Jessica Smartt

Thank you to TLC Book Tours for the gifted copy.

Title: Let Them Be Kids: Adventure, Boredom, Innocence, and Other Gifts Children Need
Author: Jessica Smartt… 658 more words
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Book Review: The Woman in the Green Dress by Tea Cooper @TeaCooper1 @ThomasNelson @TLCBookTours

The Woman in the Green Dress
Tea Cooper
Thomas Nelson, June 2020
ISBN 978-0-7852-3512-5
Trade Paperback

From the publisher—

A cursed opal, a gnarled family tree, and a sinister woman in a green dress emerge in the aftermath of World War I. 525 more words

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Book Review: Becoming Mrs. Lewis by Patti Callahan

Becoming Mrs. Lewis – Patti Callahan (Thomas Nelson, 2018)

C.S. Lewis is maybe my favourite Christian writer. While he adamantly rejected being labelled as a theologian, his books express truths about Christianity that many Christians (including this one) have struggled to verbalize. 693 more words

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Thomas Nelson Seasons Editions

Last winter, the publishers Thomas Nelson released the Winter Seasons Editions, a set of four books with glorious laser cut cover designs. They are limited edition, with just 10,000 copies of each book available to buy. 298 more words


A Beautiful Arrangement (An Amish Journey#3) by: Beth Wiseman

A Beautiful Arrangement by Beth Wiseman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Samuel and Lydia Bontrager a young married couple with a sweet baby girl now face the rush of getting married. 259 more words


The Fight to Flourish is emotional

The Fight to Flourish is a Christian-based book that teaches readers about fighting different battles to flourish as a believer. Jennie Lusko is a pastors wife and mother of five children, one whom is in heaven, Lenya. 363 more words


The Woman in the Green Dress by Tea Cooper

Publication Date: 16 June 2020

Publisher:  Thomas Nelson

ARC copy from Netgalley.com and Thomas Nelson

Rating: 4.5  out of 5

Step back in time with this uniquely haunting tale spanning two intertwining timelines set predominantly in Australia. 223 more words

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